UKPSC conducts Uttarakhand Judicial Services Examination and invites candidates to apply for the post of Civil Judge in Uttarakhand High Court to apply for the Uttarakhand Judiciary Online Form. Uttarakhand Judiciary releases various vacancies every year of several posts in UK High Court on their official website.
It is necessary to meet the Uttarakhand Judiciary Eligibility Criteria before filling out the Uttarakhand Online Form. Candidates must hold a law degree from a university approved by law in Uttarakhand or from another Indian university recognized for this reason by the Governor. Must be an Indian citizen with a working knowledge of Hindi and the Devnagri language, as well as computer skills.
- A law degree from a university approved by law in Uttarakhand or from another university in India recognized by the Governor for this reason.
- A detailed understanding of Hindi in the Devnagri language.
- A clear understanding of how computers work.
- The minimum age limit for the UKPSC is 22 years.
- The maximum age limit for the UKPSC is 36 years.
- Citizenship in India.
- Tibetan refugees were relocated to India prior to the 1st of January 1962.
- An Indian source who has permanently moved to India from Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Ethiopia, or Vietnam.
Mode of Application
Candidates who have completed a bachelor’s degree in law will apply for the UKPSC Judicial Service review by filling out an online application form on the PCS website. Candidates should fill out the application form in accordance with the instructions given.
Uttarakhand Judicial Services Examination Syllabus and Pattern
The Uttarakhand Judicial Services exam involves three stages i.e.:
- Uttarakhand Judicial Services Prelims exam
- Uttarakhand Judicial Services Mains exam
- Uttarakhand Judicial Services Personality Test
1. Prelims Syllabus
There are two sections of the Uttarakhand Judiciary Pre-Syllabus. Part I is worth 50 points, while Part II is worth 150 points. Objective-style questions make up the bulk of the prelims test. Paper – I (General Knowledge) the questions in this section are focused on current affairs in India and around the world. Especially in the legal fields of:
- International Law
- Recent Legislation pronouncement particularly the Indian Constitution
- Legal aspects
- Law & Development
This paper covers the following acts and laws:
- Transfer of Properties Act
- Principle of Hindu Laws and Principle of Muslim Laws
- Evidence Act
- Code of Criminal Procedure
- Indian Penal Code
- Civil Procedure Code
2. Mains Exam
In the main examination, there will be seven question papers, including an interview appraisal, and the specifics of all of the question papers are mentioned below. The key test will be descriptive in nature, with candidates writing answers to the questions that will be asked.
The following subjects will be included in the exam:
- The Present Day – 150 marks
- Language – 100 marks
- Law: Paper I – Substantive Law 200 marks
- Law: Paper-II – Evidence & Procedure 200 marks
- Law: Paper III – Revenue & Criminal 200 marks
- Basic Knowledge of computer Operation Practical Examination – 100 marks
3. Viva Voce Exam
The candidate’s suitability for employment in the Judicial Service will be assessed based on his school, college, and university records, as well as his personality, address, and physique. The questions that may be posed to him may be of a general nature rather than academic or legal in nature.