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Haryana Judicial Exam 2022 Complete Study Notes available

Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) Recrtuitment 2021 notification has been released by the Commission for 256 Civil Judge Posts. Candidates should note that the last date to apply for the posts is September 15, 2021. 

The preliminary examination is scheduled to be conducted in the month of October/ November, 2021 tentatively.

Candidates should note that to apply for the posts, they should be a minimum of 21 years of age and a maximum of 42 years of age. However, certain age relaxation is applicable for some candidates. Further, with regards to eligibility, candidates should hold a Bachelors's Degree in Law from any established University. The candidate should also be recognized by the Bar Council of India on or before February 15, 2021. 

The Haryana Civil Judge (Junior Division) is a reputable post that comes under the pay scale of 27700-770-33090-920-40450-1080-44770.

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Haryana Judicial Services Exam 2021: Application Process

Follow the given steps to apply online for the Haryana judiciary exam:

Step 1: Visit the official website @ hpsc.gov.in

Step 2: Clickon the link stating "Apply Online for the posts of HCS (Judicial Branch) Exam 2020-21" OR

Click Here - Apply Online for Haryana Judiciary Exam 2021

Step 3: Click on New Registration Tab

Step 4: Enter the details, accept the Declaration & Click on Submit

Step 5: Now fill the application form after clicking on the Login link under 'Already Registered' tab.

Step 6: Upload the scanned images of photograph and signature. (Save the signature image as "Candidate Signature.jpg" and the photograph image as "Candidate Photograph.jpg")

Step 7: Take a print out of application form and sign the same

Step 8: Now, upload the scanned copy of signed application form

Step 9: Pay the application fee through Net Banking/Credit Card/Debit Card

Application Fees

For General Category- Male candidates including Dependent Son of Ex-Servicemen of Haryana; General & Reserved categories of other States & EWS - Rs. 1000

All Female Candidates of Haryana & Other States and All SC/BC-A&B/ESM Males & Females of Haryana - Rs. 250

Physically Handicapped candidates of Haryana - No Fee

Haryana Judiciary Eligibility Criteria 2021

Go through the detailed eligibility criteria for the HPSC Judicial Services exam including the educational qualification and age limit:

Educational Qualification: Candidates should have degree of Bachelor of Laws from a Bar Council of India-recognised University.

Age Limit: The minimum age limit is 21 years and upper age limit is 42 years as on 15th February 2021. The upper age limit is relaxed for reserved category candidates. Have a look:

Relaxation in Upper Age Limit

SC/ST/BC of Haryana

Relaxation of 5 Years

Divorced Women of Haryana; Women whose husbands have remarried; Widows; Women living separately from husbands for over 2 years; Wives of serving disabled military personnel

Relaxation of 5 Years

Un-married women of Haryana

Relaxation up to 45 years of age

Physically Handicapped of Haryana

l0 years

Physically Handicapped candidates from SC/BC category of Haryana

15 years

Nationality: Candidates must of Citizen of India/Nepal or Subject of Bhutan or Tibetan Refugee who came to India before 1st January 1962 or a person of Indian origin who migrated from Pakistan, Burma, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zabia, Malawi, Zaire and Ethiopia.

Exam Pattern & Syllabus

HPSC Recruitment 2021 Selection Procedure for the post of Civil Judge comprises of Preliminary Exams which are followed by Main Exam and then Personal Interviews. The Preliminary Exam is MCQ-based and of objective type. While the Main written exam is of subjective type. Only candidates who clear Preliminary Exams can sit for the Main Exams.

Have a look at the Exam Pattern & Syllabus for Haryana Judiciary Prelims exam below:

Format

Objective Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)

Time Duration

2 hours

Number of Questions

125 MCQs

Maximum Marks

500 Marks (Each question of 4 Marks)

Negative Marking

1/5th or 0.80 mark for each wrong answer

Syllabus

Questions will be from current events of national & international importance, Indian legal System, Constitutional History, and Governance.

Questions will also be framed to test candidates' analytical skills, reasoning ability and aptitude.

The standard of the prelims question paper will be of Law graduate level.

Minimum Qualifying Marks

General: 150 Marks

Reserved Category: 100 Marks

Haryana Judiciary (Prelims) exam syllabus

Haryana Judiciary English Syllabus 2021

Candidates can go through the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus for the English exam below:

  • Modals expressing various concepts
  • Phrasal Verbs and Idioms.
  • Synonyms and Antonyms
  • Articles
  • Determiners
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Active & Passive Voice
  • Tenses
  • Co-ordination & Subordination etc

General Knowledge & Current Affairs

Candidates can check the syllabus for Haryana Judiciary for GK & Current Affairs:

  • Current Ministers & Governors
  • Sports
  • Abbreviations and Economic Terminologies
  • Capitals and Currencies
  • Science & Technology
  • Books & Authors
  • Government Schemes
  • Indian Financial System
  • Summits & Conferences

Analytical Skills

  • Data Analysis
  • Business computations
  • Arithmetic ability
  • Date, Time, and Arrangement Problems.
  • Sequence and Series.
  • Quantitative aptitude

Reasoning

  • Coding and Decoding
  • Alphanumeric Series
  • Data Sufficiency
  • Blood Relations
  • Syllogism
  • Seating Arrangement
  • Input/ Output
  • Coded Inequalities
  • The ranking, Direction, and Alphabet Test
  • Puzzle Tabulation

Aptitude

  • Profit & Loss
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Probability
  • Simple Interest & Compound Interest
  • Surds & Indices
  • Time & Distance
  • Sequence & Series
  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Percentage
  • Data Interpretation
  • Simplification
  • Work & Time
  • Number Systems
  • Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere
  • Mixtures & Alligations

Haryana Judicial Services Mains Exam 2021 Pattern & Syllabus

Candidates who manage to obtain the qualifying marks in the Prelims exam and are declared as pass will get shortlisted to appear for the Mains exam, which is descriptive in nature. Shortlisted candidates will be required to apply again and appear for the examination. Have a look at the exam pattern & syllabus for the mains exam below:

Paper & Subject Name

Syllabus

Marks

Duration

Paper-l

(Civil Law l)

Code of Civil procedure

Punjab Courts Act

Indian Contract Act

Indian partnership Act

Sale of Goods Act

Specific Relief Act

Indian Evidence Act

Haryana Urban (Control of Rent and Eviction) Act 1973

200

3 Hours

Paper-2

(Civil Law ll)

Hindu Law

Mohammadan Law

Customary Law

Law of Registration and Limitation

200

3 Hours

Paper- 3

(Criminal law)

Indian Penal Code

Criminal Procedure Code

Indian Evidence Act

200

3 Hours

Paper - 4

(English - 200 Marks)

English Essay (1000-1100 words)

100

3 Hours

Precis

25

Words and Phrases

25

Comprehension

25

Corrections

25

Paper - 5

(Hindi Language - 100 Marks)

Translation of an English passage into Hindi

20

3 Hours

Explanation of Hindi passage in prose and poetry

30

Composition (essay), Idioms and corrections

50

Paper- 6

(Viva-Voce)

It judges the personal qualities of candidates. Questions concern the matter of general interest and test candidates' alertness, intelligence and general outlook

200

3 Hours

Minimum Qualifying Marks: General CategoryCandidates need to obtain at least 50% qualifying marks in aggregate of all the papers to get shortlisted for the Viva-Voce and Reserved category candidates (SC/ST/BC/PH/Ex-S) need to obtain 40% marks. No candidate will get marked in the any paper until he or she obtain at least 30% marks in it.

Viva-Voce

Candidates thrice the number of vacancies in order of Merit of Main exam will be shortlisted for the Viva-Voce, which will be of 200 marks.

Final Selection for Appointment

HPSC will not take into account the marks of Prelims exam for the final selection of candidates for appointment as Civil Judge or Judicial Magistrates. The final selection of candidates is done on the basis of aggregate marks obtained in Mains exam and Viva-Voce. General Category candidates need to obtain minimum 50% or more in aggregate and SC/ST/BC/PH/Ex-S candidates need to obtain 45% aggregate marks.

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