Uttrakhand Judiciary syllabus: All you need to know


The UKPSC has released the syllabus of the Uttrakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge 2020, which is also known as the Uttrakhand Judiciary syllabus.

Uttrakhand Judiciary syllabus 2020 consists of the critical topics that have to be prepared for the examination point of view.

Some topics are shared among all the judiciary exams, and for the best judiciary exam preparation, you must be focusing on the mutual issues that are very common.

Here is the syllabus of the Uttrakhand Judiciary examination 2020-

This selection process is divided into three major parts that are prelims, mains, and interviews. It would help if you prepared for all of them to get selected.

For preliminary written entrance examination-

This paper will be divided into two major parts.

The part will contain 50 marks, and the amount will have 150 characters.

Part 1- General knowledge-

It will include the current affairs and the day-to-day happenings in our country and the world, particularly in the legal spheres. The questions can relate to international Law, recent legislation pronouncement, particularly the Indian constitution, development and legal aspects, and neutrality.

Do not confine to this only and learn as many general knowledge questions as you can.

Part 2- It will consist of the following Acts and Laws-

Transfer of Properties Act, Principle of Hindu Laws, and the Principle of Muslim laws, Evidence Act, Code of Criminal Procedure, Indian Penal Code, Civil Procedure Code.

For the Main written examination and interview (Viva-voce examination)-

Here are the subjects that will be there in the main examination. Each issue will be carrying the number of mark showing against it-

  • The Present Day- 150 marks
  • Language- 100 marks
  • Law (paper 1)- Substantive Law- 200 marks
  • Law (paper 2) Evidence and Procedure- 200 marks
  • Law (paper 3)- Revenue and Criminal- 200 marks
  • Viva-voce- 100 marks

The Present Day- This paper is specially designed to test the candidate’s knowledge of the reactions about what is happening in India and the world. Jurisdiction, international Law, neutrality, recent legislation, particularly the Indian constitutional Law and developments, need to be answered in an essay.

Language- In the language section, the candidate will be given a passage. He will be required to translate that into the ordinary language spoken in the courts using the Devanagari script, a Hindi course necessary to be translated into English, and English precise writing.

Law papers

Substantive Law (paper 1)- It will be covering the Law of Contract, the Law of partnership, the Law concerning casements and torts, the Law relating to the transfer of the property, Hindu law and Mohammedan Law, the Law of trust, and specific relief, the principle of equity.

Evidence and Procedure (paper 2)- The Law of Evidence, The criminal procedure code, and code of civil procedure that will also be including the principles of pledging. The farming of charges and the issues, the methods of dealing with the evidence of a witness, the writing of judgment, and the conduct of cases will only be confined to that.

Revenue and criminal (paper 3)- It will include the Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition and Land reforms Act and Indian Penal code.

The viva-voce- In this, the candidate’s suitability for employment in the judicial service will be tested concerning his academic records, including the school, college, personality address, and physique. The questions will be general nature.

Basic knowledge of computer operation practical examination

Windows and internet, Ms Word, Ms Access, Ms excel, Ms. PowerPoint will be the topics, and each of them will broadly take one question. You will get 1 hour, and the maximum marks will be 100, and the minimum qualifying marks will be 40.

So this is the overall syllabus of the Uttrakhand Judiciary syllabus. Judiciary exam preparation is not very tough if done correctly.

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