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Gujarat Higher Judicial Service Examination

Scheme of Examination

It is a three stage examination:
(a)    Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test) (200 Marks)
(b) Main Written Examination (200 Marks)
(c) Viva-voce (50 Marks)
Preliminary Examination

The Preliminary Examination consisting of 2 papers each of 100 marks with 2 hours duration having Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) based on the following syllabus:
Paper-I (English, General Knowledge & Awarness):
•    English Language
•    General knowledge
•    Current Affairs
•    Indian History and Geography
•    Basics of Science and Technology
•    Sports
•    Basic knowledge of Computer Operation / Application
•    Analytical Reasoning /Mental Ability
Paper-II (Law):
•    General Laws
•    The Constitution of India
•    The Transfer of Property Act
•    The Indian Partnership Act
•    The Sale of Goods Act
•    The Indian Contract Act
•    The Negotiable Instruments Act
•    Legal Maxims
•    Medical Jurisprudence
•    Jurisprudence and Legal Phraseology
•    The Indian Penal Code
•    The Code of Criminal Procedure
•    The Code of Civil Procedure
•    The Evidence Act
•    The Limitation Act
•    The Narcotics Drugs & Psychotropic Substance Act, 1985
Main Written Examination
The main written examination shall consist of two papers, each of 100 marks with 3 hours duration, based on the syllabus given below:
Paper – I:
1.    The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
2.    The Indian Penal Code, 1860.
3.    The Narcotics Drugs & Psychotropic Substance Act, 1985.
4.    The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967.
5.    The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988.
6.    The Essential Commodities Act, 1955.
7.    The Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961.
8.    The Evidence Act, 1872.
9.    The Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989.
10.    The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.
Paper-II:
1.    The Constitution of India.
2.    The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
3.    The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.
4.    The Indian Contract Act, 1872.
5.    The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
6.    The Specific Relief Act, 1963.
7.    The Right to Information Act, 2005.
8.    Intellectual Property Laws.
9.    The Electricity Act, 2003.
10.    The Environment (Protection) Act, 1986.
11.    The Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972.
12.    The Transfer of Property Act, 1882.
13.    The Information Technology Act, 2000.
14.    The Family Courts Act, 1984.
15.    Succession Laws, Personal Laws (Hindu, Muslim and Christian)
16.    The Land Acquisition Act, 1894.
Viva-Voce (Interview)
Viva – voce will be of 50 marks.
The Viva-Voce is meant to assess the Candidate's:
•    Mental Alertness
•    Knowledge of law
•    Clear and logical exposition
•    Balance of Judgment
•    Skills
•    Ethics
•    Power of assimilation
•    Power of communication
•    Character
•    Intellectual depth – analytical ability
Note:
1.    Selection of candidates shall be made on the basis of Cumulative Grade Value obtained in the Main Written Examination & Vivavoce, in proportion to the marks assigned to them.
2.    The language of Question Paper of Preliminary Examination will be English.
3.    Preliminary Examination Paper (MCQs), shall be evaluated as per entries made on OMR Sheets, to be assessed on Computer.
4.    The candidates who will secure minimum 50% and above marks in the Preliminary Examination shall be eligible for being called for Main Written Examination. However, the marks obtained in Preliminary Examination shall not be taken into consideration for determining the Final merits of the candidates.
5.    In the event of a large number of candidates qualifying in Preliminary Examination, it shall be open to the High Court to decide and restrict the number of candidates that may be called for Main Written Examination.
6.    Language of Question Papers of Main Written Examination will be English, and answers be given in English, unless otherwise instructed.
7.    Only those candidates shall be eligible for Viva-voce who obtained minimum 60% and above marks or corresponding grade in the main written examination.

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