Jharkhand Judicial Services Examination is organized by Jharkhand High Court – Ranchi to choose applicants for the post of Civil Judge Junior Division. The official website provides all the details about the Jharkhand judiciary recruitment.
Educational Requirements: The applicant should have a law degree from a prestigious university. The applicant must also be registered as an Advocate under the Advocates Act of 1961 before the application form is submitted. In addition, they must have completed a clear and successful application and registration in order to take the exam.
General Requirements: The applicant must be an Indian resident. In addition, he or she must be of sound moral nature and have no experience of involvement in any court case involving moral issues.
Age Requirement: The candidate’s lower age limit is 22 years, and his or her higher age limit is 35 years. The upper age limit is reduced by three years for females and candidates from SC/ST communities.
- The applicant can go to the Jharkhand Public Service Commission’s official website and click on the link for the application form.
- Then, he or she should enter all of the required information, such as name, date of birth, address, educational qualifications, and so on.
- Following that, the applicant must submit a scanned copy of their passport-sized photo with a signature in the appropriate format and scale.
- Finally, the applicant must pay the processing fees.
The admission fee for all general category applicants is Rs. 600, while the fee for all reserved category students is Rs. 150.
Once the records and information are validated, the Jharkhand exam board publishes the admit card on the official website for all qualifying candidates. Candidates can access the website and download the admit card. The admit card for the Jharkhand Judicial Exam is normally issued two weeks before the exam date.
Candidates must fill out all of the necessary information before downloading the admit card. After downloading the admit card, they can print it out and hold it for future use. In addition, the applicant must bring their admit card to the exam hall to verify their identification.
Jharkhand Judicial Services Examination Pattern & Syllabus
The Jharkhand Judicial Services Examination is conducted in three parts – preliminary examination, main examination, and the viva voce.
1. Preliminary Examination
Jharkhand Judiciary’s preliminary test will be made up of multiple-choice questions (MCQs). The test has a total of 100 marks and a time limit of 2 hours.
- General English
- General Knowledge including Current Affairs
- The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
- The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
- The Law of Contract, 1872
- The Indian Penal Code, 1860
2. Main Exam
The Jharkhand Judiciary Mains exam will consist of four papers of 100-point exams. Each paper will take three hours to complete.
- Procedural Laws (The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 and The Code of Criminal Procedure,1973)
- Indian Penal Code, 1860
- The Limitation Act, 1963
- The Indian Evidence, 1872
- The Contract Act, 1872
- The Sales of Goods Act, 1930
- The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996
- The Transfer of Property Act, 1882
- The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
Paper – III
- The Hindu Law and The Mohammedan Law
- The Specific Relief Act, 1963
- Rent Control Law
Hindi & English language test with Essay, writing, Translation & Paraphrasing.
The viva-voce exam will be equivalent to 100 marks. The qualifying marks for General category students are 25%, while the qualifying marks for SC/ST/EBC & OBC category students are 20%. The final selection of applicants will be based on their results in both the Mains exam and the Interview rounds.