Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) organization conducts various exams out of which one is Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Exam. The exam is highly competitive paper in which many lacs of candidates sit. UKPSC Civil judge Exam Syllabus & Paper Pattern is being discussed below for all the rounds of selection. There are 3 rounds- Preliminary, mains & interview. Syllabus & paper Pattern details for UKPSC are given below following which the exam preparations can be done properly.
UKPSC Judicial Services Civil Judge Syllabus & Paper Scheme
Exam Pattern: For Preliminary Exam- Written exam with multiple choice questions which will be of 200 marks. There are two parts of the exam-
- Part-I is General knowledge of 50 marks
- Part-II of 150 marks
Total Time Allotted: 03:00 hours
For Mains Exam- A descriptive paper is seen under which the questions are asked from the law field and the Paper Day. There are 3 law papers each of 200 marks and a language paper of 100 marks.
Time Allotted: 3 Hours
Exam Syllabus: For Preliminary Exam- The details of the exam sections are-
General knowledge: Current affairs (national & international affairs), Indian Constitution related questions, law, development, legal aspects, happenings around related to law field
Next section of Preliminary Exam will contain questions on Code of Criminal Procedure, Evidence Act, Civil Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code, transfer of Properties Act, Principle of Hindu laws and Principle of Muslim laws
For Mains exam- The details of the exam are-
The questions are asked based on the current happenings ongoing in India & world and what are the causes, consequences to them. These are asked so as to judge the candidates’ skills and command over English language. Language based questions are asked in a way that a passage in English & Hindi will be given and questions are to be answered following it. Some questions are to check capability in language such as Precis writing.
There are 3 papers of Law-
Law I- (Substantive Law) Based on the Law of Partnership, the Law of Contracts, the Law of casements and torts, the Law relating to transfer of property, the principles of equity
Law II- (Evidence and Procedure) Law of Evidence, the Criminal Procedure Code & Code of Civil Procedure, the principles of pleading, the framing of charges, evidence of witness, the writing of judgment
Law III- (Revenue & Criminal) Questions based on U.P. Zamindari Abolition, Land Reforms Act and Indian Penal Code
Next round of selection, interview round will be conducted so as to select the candidates.