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Jharkhand Judicial Exams 2023 Complete Study Notes available


The Jharkhand Judicial Service Exam is conducted by the Jharkhand High Court for the recruitment of Civil Judges in the state judiciary. The exam is conducted in three stages - preliminary examination, main examination, and viva-voce.

The eligibility criteria for the Jharkhand Judicial Service Exam include a Bachelor's degree in Law from a recognized university and the age of the candidate should not be less than 22 years and more than 35 years. However, there are age relaxations for certain categories of candidates.

The syllabus for the Jharkhand Judicial Service Exam includes topics such as the Indian Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, Code of Civil Procedure, Constitution of India, and General Knowledge. The exam pattern for the preliminary exam includes multiple-choice questions, while the main exam consists of descriptive type questions.

Candidates who qualify for the Jharkhand Judicial Service exam are appointed as Civil Judges in the state judiciary. As a Civil Judge, the candidate will be responsible for hearing and deciding cases in civil and criminal matters. The job also involves administrative duties such as case management, record-keeping, and other related functions.

If you are interested in appearing for the Jharkhand Judicial Service exam, you should start preparing well in advance and have a thorough understanding of the syllabus and exam pattern. It is also advisable to solve previous year question papers and take mock tests to assess your preparation level.

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Jharkhand Judicial Prelims & Main Exams Question Papers and Ans. Key

Educational Qualification

The person applying for these posts should posses a Law degree from any recognised university and should have enrolled as an advocate.

Age limit : The candidates should be between 22 years and 35 years of age.

How to apply:

1. The candidates have to visit JPSC official website jpsc.gov.in.
2. They have to click on "Click here to apply for Civil Judge (Junior Division).
3. Once New window opens, the candidates have to register themselves by putting registration number and date of birth.
4. Now, they have to fill up the application form following the instruction given on the notification.
5. The applicants have to submit the application form.

The candidates should fill up the application form carefully as any error or misinformation may lead to the cancellation of the form.

Jharkhand Civil Judge (Junior Division) Examination Syllabus

It is a three stage examination.

(a) Preliminary (Objective Type)

(b) Mains (Written Type)

(c) Personality Test (Interview)

Preliminary Examination

It will consist of only one paper carrying 100 marks. Time allowed 2 hours.

General English

General Knowledge including Current Affairs

Civil Procedure Code, 1908

Criminal procedure Code, 1973

Indian Evidence Act, 1872

Indian Contract Act, 1872

Mains Examination

It will consist of only one paper carrying 100 marks. Time allowed 3 hours.

Indian Evidence Act, 1872

Civil procedure Code, 1908

Criminal procedure Code, 1973

Indian Penal Code, 1860

Indian Contract Act, 1872

Law of limitation

Transfer of Property Act, 1882

Indian partnership Act, 1932

Sales of goods Act, 1930

Negotiable Instruments Act, 1861

Arbitration Act

Rent Control Act

Hindu Law

Mohammadan Law





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