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Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam 2022 Complete Study Notes

The High Court of Andhra Pradesh has released an official notification for recruitment to the post of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in Andhra Pradesh State Judicial Service. The willing and interested candidates can apply online for the posts through the official website at hc.ap.nic.in before 20 August 2021.

A total of 68 vacancies need to be filled for the posts of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in which 55 vacancies will be filled under Direct Recruitment, and 13 vacancies will be filled under Recruitment by Transfer.

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AP High Court Recruitment 2021: Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification: The candidate must have a Degree in Law. Only those candidates who meet the requirements of the Andhra Pradesh State Judicial (Service & Cadre) Rules 2007 will be considered.

Age Limit: The maximum age limit for applying for the post of Civil Judge (Junior Division) is 35 years.

AP High Court Civil Judge Exam Pattern

As discussed earlier, the AP High Court Civil Judge Recruitment process will include three stages:

  • Screening Test: MCQ based questions
  • Mains Examination: Written Test
  • Viva Voce

The screening test will be conducted to shortlist the candidates for the mains written examination. The marks obtained in the screening test will not be considered for the final selection since it is only a qualifying test. The final merit list is prepared based on the marks obtained by the aspirants in the mains written examination and the Viva Voce.

It is very necessary for all the aspirants to go through the AP High Court Civil Judge Exam Pattern 2021 which is discussed in brief below:

Stage 1: Screening Test (Computer Based Test) 


No. Of Questions 


Exam Duration

Computer Based Test



2 Hour 




2 Hour

  • The screening test will be a computer-based test and the questions asked in this stage will be Multiple choice types. 
  • The language of the questions asked will be English. 
  • There will be no negative marking in the screening test. 

Stage 2: Mains Written Exam Pattern


No. Of Questions 


Exam Duration

Civil Law



3 Hours

Criminal Law



3 Hours 

English Translation, Essay Writing Test on Legal Subject 



3 Hours 





Candidates must note that the answers to all the questions in the written examination have to be attempted in English Language only (except for the Translation paper).

Stage 3: Viva Voce

Viva Voce will be of 50 marks. Any candidate who remains absent on stage 3 will be considered disqualified from the recruitment process. The main objective of this stage is to assess the suitability of the candidates for the cadre by judging the mental alertness, knowledge of the law, clear and logical exposition, balance of judgment, skills, attitude, ethics, power of assimilation, power of communication and intellectual depth. 

AP High Court Civil Judge Syllabus

As per the official notification, the AP High Court Civil Judge Syllabus 2021 will be the same for all the three stages of the Screening Test, Mains Written Examination, and Viva Voce. The syllabus will mainly include two sections: Civil Laws and Criminal Laws. The syllabus for both sections are mentioned in detail below:

1. Civil Laws Syllabus

The syllabus of the civil laws will include questions from the following topics: 

  • Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
  • Indian Contract Act, 1872
  • Hindu Marriage Act, 1955
  • Hindu Succession Act, 1956
  • Indian Easement Act 1882
  • Specific Relief Act, 1963
  • Limitation Act, 1963
  • Transfer of Property Act, 1882
  • Civil Rules of Practice
  • Registration Act, 1908 
  • Indian Stamp Act, 1899 
  • Andhra Pradesh Land Encroachment Act, 1905
  • Indian Evidence Act, 1872

2. Criminal Laws Syllabus 

The syllabus of the Criminal Laws will include questions from the following topics:

  • Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 
  • Indian Penal Code, 1860
  • Indian Evidence Act, 1872 
  • Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
  • Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
  • Criminal Rules of Practice
  • Andhra Pradesh Excise Act, 1968 
  • Andhra Pradesh Gaming Act, 1974
  • Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act




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