UKPSC Civil Judge Admit Card 2023 Uttarakhand Judicial Service Exam Date

March 18, 2023

UKPSC Civil Judge Admit Card

The UKPSC Civil Judge Admit Card for the upcoming written exam will be distributed by the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission via its official website. Those applicants who had applied for Uttarakhand Legal Help Common Adjudicator (Junior Division) Test from 01 Walk 2023 to 21 Walk 2023 ought to begin the test arrangements hard according to given the most recent prospectus and test design. For the latest information regarding the UKPSC Civil Judge Hall Ticket, keep an eye on this page.

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Uttarakhand Civil Judge Admit Card Exam Pattern Syllabus Details-

Name of the Department

Uttarakhand Public Service Commission

Posts Name

Civil Judge

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Exam Name

Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Exam- 2023

Important Dates-

UKPSC PCS J Application Begin: 01/03/2023

Apply Online Last Date: 21/03/2023

Pay Exam Fee Last Date: 21/03/2023

UKPSC Civil Judge Exam Date: Soon Update

UKPSC Civil Judge Admit Card Available: Before Exam

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Uttarakhand PCS J Vacancies Details-

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UKPSC Civil Judge Examination Pattern and UKPSC Civil Judge Syllabus for the Examination-

Preliminary Written Entrance Examination (Screening):

There will be two parts to the preliminary written entrance exam paper.

There will be 50 marks for Part I and 150 marks for Part II.

There will be objective sort test on the accompanying subjects:-

Part-I :- General understanding It will cover current events in India and around the world, particularly in the legal realm. The questions may focus primarily on international law, neutrality, recent legislation, particularly the Indian Constitution, law and development, and legal aspects, but they will not be restricted to these topics alone.

Part Two: The Transfer of Properties Act, Principle of Hindu Laws and Principle of Muslim Laws, Evidence Act, Code of Criminal Procedure, Indian Penal Code, and Civil Procedure Code are among the Acts and Laws that it will cover.

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For the main written test and Viva-voice test (interview):

The following topics will be covered on the exam: Each subject will receive the following number of marks:

1. Current 150; 2. Language 100; 3. Law: 200-4 Law: Substantive Law, Paper I 200-5, Evidence and Procedure, Paper II: Law: Paper III - Revenue & Criminal - 200; Paper 6 - For Basic Knowledge of Computer Operation Practical Examination - 100; Paper 7 - Viva-Voice 100 The Present Day - The purpose of this paper is to assess the candidate's English language proficiency and knowledge of the reactions to current events in India and the world as a whole, particularly in the legal sphere. Questions that should be answered in an essay will primarily focus on jurisprudence, international law, neutrality, recent legislation, particularly Indian constitutional law and developments, particularly on their legal aspect, among other topics. Credit will be given both for substance and articulation; Negative expression, such as poor grammar or word choice, will, on the other hand, result in a deduction.

Language: A passage in English will be assigned, and the candidate will be required to use the Devnagri Script to translate it into the common language used in courts. --------- Marks 30 A passage in Hindi will also need to be translated into the common English language. 30 marks There will also be English Précis writing. Law Marks40: Paper I, Substantive Law: The set of questions will be restricted to the area of contract law; the partnership law; the law regarding torts and casements; the law governing property transfers; including the special equity principles that apply to this situation; equity principles, with a focus on the Law of Trust and specific relief. Mohammedan law and Hindu law.

Law: Paper II, Evidence and Procedure, will cover the principles of pleading as well as the areas covered by the Law of Evidence, the Criminal Procedure Code, and the Code of Civil Procedure. The set of questions will primarily focus on practical issues; including but not limited to the formulation of charges and issues, approaches to handling witness evidence, judgment writing, and the general management of cases.

Law: Paper III: Revenue and Criminal - Indian Penal Code and the Uttarakhand Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms Act.

For Basic Knowledge of computer Operation Practical Examination:

Microsoft Office and the Windows operating system have maximum marks of 100 and minimum qualifying marks of 40, respectively. One hour The paper will be based on the syllabus, with one question per section, namely (1) Windows and internet. 2) The word M.S. 3) Access by M.S. 4) Microsoft Excel and 5) Microsoft PowerPoint Five actions, each worth four points, must be completed on the system for each question. The output's printout should be taken and evaluated.

Viva-Voice- 100 Marks =

The candidate's record at school, college, and university, as well as his personality, address, and body, will be used to determine whether or not he is suitable for employment in the Judicial Service. The questions that may be asked of him may be general in nature and may or may not be academic or legal in nature


The candidates' positions will be determined by the sum of their written and viva-voice scores, which will be added together.

(ii) The Commission reserves the right to deny a candidate a viva-voice call if they do not receive sufficient marks on the Law Papers.

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