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Haryana Judiciary competitive exam is conducted in three distinct phases as listed below. Attending all the three phases and securing the minimum required marks is essential to be eligible for the final selections.
The Preliminary Examination will be of objective type with multiple-choice questions. The question paper for H.C.S (Judicial Branch) Preliminary Examination will be of two hours.
There will be 125 questions and each question will carry 4 marks, with negative marking - for every wrong answer 0.80 mark will be deducted.
There will, however, be no negative marking in respect of unattempted (un answered) questions.
The objective type multiple-choice question for the Preliminary Examination will be from the same syllabus as indicated for the Main Examination (See the details below).
The candidate will be expected to have a general and basic over view of the main subjects and also the ability to answer questions on current events of national and international importance, Indian legal and constitutional history and governance. The candidate may also be tested for his analytical skills and aptitude.
The standard of the question paper will be of Law graduate level. I.e., the standard LLB syllabus that is prescribed in BCI approved law colleges across India. Any general, analytical or aptitude questions will of a level that can be answered by well informed a person at a graduate level.
The objective of the Preliminary Examination is to short list candidates for the Main Examination.
To be shortlisted for the main exam, a candidate has to secure a minimum of 150 marks (100 marks for all reserved category candidates) out of the total 500 marks in the Preliminary Examination. (I.e., The minimum eligibility marks will be 30% for general category and 20% for the reserved category students.)
Note: Candidates who qualify will have to fill-in the application forms for the main exam separately.
Syllabus for Haryana Civil Judge (Junior Division) Main Exam:
The Main Exam will consist of five written papers with descriptive or narrative / essay type questions. Each written paper will be of three hours duration. The standard of the language paper will be that of Matriculation Examination of the Board of School Education, Haryana. The syllabus for each paper is as below
Paper-I- Civil Law-1-200 Marks
Paper-II-Civil Law-II-200 Marks
Paper-III-Criminal Law - 200 Marks
Paper-IV- English - 200 Marks
Paper-V - Language - Hindi (in Devnagri Script) 100 Marks
(I) Main Examination will be subjective/narrative type. (ii) The Main Examination will be conducted in English Medium except for language paper.
(iii) Copy of Bare Acts of legislative enactments may be supplied. (Candidates cannot carry any material into the exam hall.)
No candidate will be called for the viva voce unless he obtains at least fifty percent qualifying marks in the aggregate of all the written papers. However, for the candidate belonging to the scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes, Physically Handicapped and Ex-Serviceman candidates only (but not dependents of ESM) the qualifying marks for this purpose will be 45 % 2022 and 2023 Haryana Civil Service (Judicial Branch) Viva Voce Personal Interview - 200 Marks
The purpose of the personal interview / viva-voce is to judge the personal qualities of the candidates. The viva voce will relate to the matters of general interest and is intended to test the candidates' alertness, intelligence and general outlook. it will be conducted in English.
The appearance in viva-voce is mandatory to be considered for the final selections.
Candidates will be eligible to be recruited as Civil Judges/Judicial Magistrates if they secure 50% or more marks (read 45% for the scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes, Physically Handicapped and Ex-Serviceman candidates only, but not dependents of ESM) in aggregate of the marks secured in the main written examination and the viva voce.
Education / Academic Qualification
The candidate must have completed a Bachelor of Laws degree (LLB) from a Government & BCI approved University in India or must be an Advocate enrolled under the provisions of the Advocate Act, 1961 entitled to practice in the High Court or Courts subordinate thereto.
Must have completed the age of 21 years (Minimum) and must not have completed the age of 42 years (Maximum) as on the specific date mentioned in the official advertisement of the year.
There are various age relaxation (upper age limit) terms and conditions for reserved and special category applicants. Refer to the official advertisement of the year for details. Typically, upper age limit is relaxed able up to 5 years for the Candidates belonging to the specific categories mentioned in the advertisement.
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The most important document to appear for the Haryana Judiciary Civil Judge 2022 (HJS) is the admit card, without which no candidate can appear for the examination.
Separate Admit Card is released for each stage which is the Preliminary, Mains and the Personal Interview/Viva Voce for appearing in the examination of the Haryana Judiciary Civil Judge 2022 (HJS).
The Admit Card for the examination of the Haryana Judiciary Civil Judge (HJS) could be downloaded from the official website.
The result for the Haryana Judiciary Exam for Civil Judge 2022 will be uploaded on the official website of the Haryana Public Service Commission. Separate results are announced for each phase conducted and after which a final merit list is prepared of the students who have qualified. The final merit list of the candidates qualifying is prepared on the basis of the score obtained in the Main Examinations and the marks obtained in the Personal Interview/Viva Voce. However, the marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination are not counted for the preparation of the final merit list and is only of qualifying nature. The Cut-off marks are decided by the exam conducting authority to shortlist the qualifying candidates. Clearing the cut-off is important for each of the candidates.