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JHARKHAND CIVIL JUDGE (JUNIOR DIVISION) EXAMINATION

SCHEME OF EXAMINATION

 

It is a three stage examination.

 

(a) Preliminary (Objective Type)

(b) Mains (Written Type)

(c) Personality Test (Interview)

 

SYLLABUS FOR PRELIMINNARY 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

 

SYLLABUS FOR 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

· Jurisprudence

Note: Minimum Marks required to be secured is-

(i) Unreserved – 45 out of 100

(ii) O.B.C. – 40 out of 100

(iii) SC/St – 35 out of 100

 

Interview

It will carry 20 marks. However minimum marks required to be secured is –

(i) Unreserved – 10 out of 20

(ii) O.B.C. – 8 out of 20

(iii) SC/ST – 6 out of 20

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