UKPSC has released Judicial Service Exam notification for the post of ‘Civil Judge’ and candidates can apply online before June 21, 2019. Every applicant who is going to appear for the exam must have knowledge about the UKPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern and Syllabus. Check UKPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern 2019 with latest exam syllabus on this page. Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge Exam comprises of three stages – Preliminary Examination (Objective Type), Main Examination (Descriptive Type) and Viva Voce.
Check: UKPSC 15 Civil Judge Post Notification 2019Apply Online Before – 21 June 2019
Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)
The preliminary written entrance examination paper will be divided into two parts. Part-I will be of 50 marks and Part-II will be of 150 marks. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination will not be added in the marks obtained in Main Examination and Viva Voce. There will be an objective type test on the following subjects:-
|Name of Subjects||Maximum Marks||Time Allotted|
|Part-I: General Knowledge||50 Marks||03 Hours|
|Part-II: Law||150 Marks|
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Main Examination (Descriptive Type)
|The Present Day||150|
|Law: Paper I – Substantive Law||200|
|Law: Paper II – Evidence & Procedure||200|
|Law: Paper III – Revenue & Criminal||200|
Basic Knowledge of Computer Operation Practical Examination
The Practical Exam will be of 100 marks and the candidates will have to obtain 40 marks to qualify. Candidates will be given 1 hour for the exam. The paper shall be set from the given syllabus broadly taking one question from each i.e. – (1) Windows and Internet. (2) M.S Word. (3) M.S. Access. (4) M.S. Excel and (5) M.S. PowerPoint. Each question shall have five actions to be performed on the system each having four marks. Printout of the output shall be taken and given for evaluation.
The suitability of the candidate for employment in the Judicial Service will be tested with reference to his record at School, College and University and his personality, address and physique. The questions which may be put to him may be of a general nature and will not necessarily be of an academic or legal nature. The marks obtained in viva-voice will be added to the marks obtained in the written papers and the candidate’s place will depend on the aggregate of both.