HPPSC – Himachal Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Pattern 2019 @ Daily Naukri

HPPSC has released Judicial Service Exam notification for the post of ‘Civil Judge’ and candidates can apply online before July 10, 2019. Every applicant who is going to appear for the exam must have knowledge about the HPPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern and Syllabus. Check HPPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern 2019 with latest exam syllabus on this page. Himachal Pradesh Judicial Service Civil Judge Exam comprises of three stages – Preliminary Examination (Objective Type), Main Examination (Descriptive Type) and PersonalityTest.

Check: HPPSC 15 Civil Judge Post Notification 2019Apply Online Before – 10 July 2019

  • Number of Examination Phases: Three i.e: Preliminary Examination, Main Examination and PersonalityTest
  • Examination Mode: Online
  • Types of Questions: Objective Type and Descriptive Type

Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)

The preliminary examination shall be an objective type examination consisting of the following three papers of 100 Marks each:-

Preliminary Examination – 300 Max Marks and 03 Hours
SubjectsMaximum Marks
Civil Law-I100 Marks
Civil Law-II100 Marks
Criminal Law100 Marks

Each paper shall be of one-hour duration and the examination in all the three papers shall be held on the same day. he Preliminary Examination will be held at Shimla, Mandi and Dharamsala in Kangra District. In order to crack the exam, you must get acquainted with the syllabus and exam pattern. So, get detailed knowledge about the HPPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern and plan your strategy accordingly.

Main Examination (Narrative)

Main Examination – 850 Marks
SubjectsMarks
Civil Law-I200
Civil Law-II200
Criminal Law200
English Composition150
Language (Hindi)100

Important Points

  • No candidate shall be credited with any marks in any paper unless he obtains at least 40 percent marks in that paper, except Hindi language paper in which candidate should obtain at least 33 percent marks.
  • No candidate shall be considered to have qualified the written test unless he obtains 45 percent marks in aggregate in all papers and at least 33 percent marks in language paper i.e. Hindi in Devanagri script.

Personality Test

Candidates, who qualify the Main written examination, will be required to appear at such place, as may be fixed by the Commission, for a viva-voce test. The maximum marks for the Personality Test shall be 150. The marks obtained in the Personality Test will be added to the marks obtained in the Main written examination for the purpose of selection of the candidates. A candidate shall also be required to obtain at least 45% of the marks allocated for the interview, failing which he will be deemed to have not qualified the competitive examination.

We wish you all the best for your exam!