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Assam Judicial Service( Grade-I )

The Examination will be held in two stages:
(1)    Written Test.
(2)    Viva- voce
Syllabus
Written Examination
Paper- I:     One paper of 100 marks (duration not less than 2 hours) to test the-
•    General Knowledge
•    Aptitude
•    Intelligence
•    Test of comprehension and expression of law
•    General English including Essay Writing on legal topic and information technology
Paper- II:    One paper of 100 marks (duration not less than 2 hours) regarding objective   questions and problems of law as regards-
•    Transfer of Property Act
•    Civil Procedure Code
•    Code of Criminal Procedure
•    Indian Evidence Act
•    Indian Penal Code
•    Limitation Act
•    The Arbitration & Conciliation Act, 1996
•    The Indian Contract Act
•    Family Law
•    Law relating to Specific Relief
•    The Motor Vehicle Act
•    Industrial and Labour Law
•    The Land Acquisition Act
•    Law relating to Trust
•    The Indian Registration Act
•    The Court Fees Act
Paper- III:    One paper of 100 marks (duration not less than 2 hours)- consisting of -
•    Judgment writing (Paper Book to be supplied)
•    Legal theories on jurisprudence
•    Provision of Constitution of India
Paper-IV:    One paper of 50 marks (duration not less than 1 hour) to test the proficiency of the candidate in official language(s) of the State of Assam.
Note: - The candidate is expected to refer to the relevant decisions of the Apex Court and the High Court while writing answers in Paper-II and III.
Interview
Interview: - Viva-voce - 50 marks

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