Uttrakhand Judicial Services Exam
UKPSC Civil Judge Online Form (Re Open)
Uttrakhand Public Services Commission (UKPSC) has released the rejection list of candidates who would be not able to appear in UKPSC Civil Judge Exam 2019 due to non-payment of application fee and cancellation of online application by the candidate.
Total 392 application forms have been cancelled out of which 219 applications rejected due to non-payment of application of fee and rest are cancelled by the candidate. Candidates can check their names on the official website of UKPSC i.e.ukpsc.gov.in.
Remember these dates
• Starting Date - 20-March-2019
• Last Date - 10-April-2019
• Last Date for Fee - 10-April-2019
• Exam Date - Available Soon
Study Notes Price : Combo Pack : 6500/-
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Name of the Post: Civil Judge (Junior Division)
Age Limit: Candidates age limit should be between 22 – 35 years as on 01-01-2017. Age relaxation is applicable to SC/ ST/ OBC candidates as per rules.
Educational Qualification: Candidates should possess Graduation Degree in Law from a recognised University.
Selection Process: Candidates will be selected based on preliminary exam, main exam, interview/ viva voce.
Application Fee: Candidates should pay Rs. 150/- for General/ OBC candidates and Rs. 60/- for Sc/ ST/ Ex Serviceman candidates. For more fee details refer the notification.
How to Apply: Eligible candidates may apply online through the website www.ukpsc.gov.in from 15-03-2017 to 07-04-2017 by 11:59 hrs.
The judicial services Examination will be held in three stages :(I) Preliminary Examination (II) Main (Written) Examination and (III) Interview.
The first stage is for fresh law graduates through an entrance exam conducted by the respective state public service commissions or the High Court (Delhi). The syllabus for these exams can be found on the website of the commissions and includes law subjects along with English, general knowledge and the local language of the state.
The second level through which you may join the judicial service is known as the Higher Judicial Service (HJS) exam. This service is open for lawyers with a certain prescribed minimum years of litigating practice, usually seven. Applicants have to appear for a competitive examination for entry to the HJS the syllabus for which is similar to the one described above. The advantage with this option is that if selected the applicant gets posted as an additional district judge which significantly hastens promotional prospects.
The subordinate judiciary has a fixed quota (which varies with each High Court) for elevation to the High Court. Towards this end the prospects of HJS members are better since they get senior posts at a younger age. The flip side however, is that it is relatively more difficult to clear the HJS exam (seats being lesser) as well as to prepare for it. Having practiced for seven or more years, a lawyer may find it tough to prepare for a competitive examination-as opposed to appearing for one just after graduation.
What we will provide you in the study notes?
1. Comprehensive study notes will cover entire topics mentioned in the Syllabus like Acts and Laws, Jurisprudence, International Organizations, Indian ConstitutionTransfer of Property Act, Indian Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure CodeLaw of Contract, Current International Affairs.
2. Study notes for prelims exam will be based in “to the point format” and for main exam in the “descriptive format”.
3. Study notes will divide in many volumes.
4. Latest updated issue of economy also provide you.
5. For practice Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) will added in the last of each subject.
6. Each important point will be bold, italic and underline in the entire contents. It will be help to you in reading.
7. We will also provide you the gist of current affairs.
8. Practice Papers test series will also available.
9. For any kind of guidance and support from our experts, you can call us.
What kind of strategy needs for final selection?
“Go through right direction, you shall find success”
“The blind study is very harmful for your career. It will neither help you in the prelims nor mains exam."
1. For preliminary examinations, we have to have an overview of the subjects and good knowledge about the landmark cases and the history of legal setup in India and abroad. For example, Who was the first Chief Justice of India? Where is the International Court of Justice situated? How many judges are there in the ICJ? etc. Illustrations and important provios should never be ignored.
2. Along with the Law syllabus (which is different for different states), you will have papers for Hindi and English. These will include Essays, Comprehension, Proverbs and Grammer etc.
2. You need to know about the essential books and study materials/notes to crack the exams.
3. The judicial examinations are easy to crack provided you have studied and understood the core principles of law. I am here to help you try and recognise these as well as provide free sample question papers, previous years question papers(solved) and any other information that you will require to prepare for the examinations.
4. Go through the subject study with emphasis according to syllabus mentioned by the commission.
5. At least 4 months before prelims exam just start reading facts based study notes.
6. One month before appearing in the prelims exam test yourself through mock test papers.
7. Follow any two newspapers editorials regularly.
8. Read at least 3 competitive exams monthly magazines.
9. Listening radio and news channels daily.
10. Simultaneously start reading NCERTs from class 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th class.
11. For economic data must read Economic Survey, Special issues on Economy and PRS
12. Once you have gained decent enough knowledge, should start writing answers for main exam.
13. Basically you should give more attention on writing skill.
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