Judiciary’s most prominent exam in the legal field and every law student in their law journey once try this exam. And every state judiciary exam is held in the 3 rounds:
These stages are there and the preparation of these stages with their syllabus is also one of the tasks for clearing.
The Prelims stage in short “Pre”. UP judiciary pre-exam will be conducted in 2 papers that is paper 1 and paper 2.
Paper 1 – will comprise GK Questions conducted for 150 marks and the exam duration will be 2 hours.
Paper 2 – will comprise legal questions and conducted for 300 marks and the duration will be 2 hours again.
UP JUDICIARY MAINS EXAM PATTERN:
After pre, the next stage is the main exam which is also divided into 5 papers, paper 1, paper 2, paper 3, paper 4, and paper 5. Each paper for 3 hours and for 200 marks. Those who qualified for the pre-exam those person can only give the main exam.
Paper 1 – will comprise GK questions again but this time it will be in the descriptive form because the mains are in the paper writing form for 3 hours and for 200 marks.
Paper 2 – will comprise LANGUAGE questions again but this time it will be in the descriptive form because the mains are in the paper writing form for 3 hours and for 200 marks.
Paper 3 – will comprise LAW PAPER 1 (SUBSTANTIVE LAW) questions again but this time it will be in the descriptive form because the mains are in the paper writing form for 3 hours and for 200 marks.
Paper 4 – will comprise LAW PAPER-II (PROCEDURE AND EVIDENCE) questions again but this time it will be in the descriptive form because the mains are in the paper writing form for 3 hours and for 200 marks.
Paper 5 – will comprise LAW PAPER – III (PENAL, REVENUE, AND LOCAL LAWS) questions again but this time it will be in the descriptive form because mains are in the paper writing form for 3 hours and for 200 marks.
UP JUDICIARY INTERVIEW:
This is the last and final stage and after all exams, the final merit list is created and then the final result announce. For the clearing, the exam the prelims is for only on the qualifying nature the marks are not added in the main result but in other stages in which mains and interview are there the marks will be added in the final result.
EXAM SYLLABUS FOR PRELIMS:
Paper 1 exam which is the LAW related exam consists of 10 subjects and those subjects are:
- INDIAN CONTRACT ACT 1872
- INDIAN PENAL CODE 1860
- INDIAN CONSTITUTION 1950
- CRIMINAL CODE PROCEDURE 1973
- INDIAN EVIDENCE ACT 1882
- CURRENT INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
- CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE 1908
- TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT 1882
- INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Paper 2 exam which is all about the general knowledge will consist of many areas like :
- INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
- INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION
- INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
- INDIAN ECONOMY
- INDIAN HISTORY
- CURRENT AFFAIRS
- INDIAN POLITY
- INDIAN GEOGRAPHY
- INDIAN CULTURE ETC.
UP JUDICIARY MAINS EXAM:
As we discussed above the main exam will be conducted in the 5 papers. The first paper is of GK which is almost the same as prelims.
Paper 2 which is the language paper, here paper will conduct for the 200 marks.
- Essay writing in English – 60 marks
- English writing – 60
- Translate a passage in English to Hindi – 40 marks
- Translate a passage in Hindi to English – 40 marks
The candidate has to fetch good marks for clearing the cut-off.
Paper 3: Law – 1 – substantive law
Including papers is the law of contract, partnership, tort, TPA, Hindu law, Mohammedan law, and constitutional law.
One thing in the NOTE area: the subject of the constitution will separately cover 50 marks.
Paper 4: Law – 2 – procedure and evidence :
This will include, the law of evidence, CrPC, CPC, the principle of pleading so and so forth.
Paper 5 – Law – 3 – penal laws, revenue, and local laws:
IPC, UP land reforms, rent-related laws, municipal laws, panchayat laws so and so forth.
LAST ROUND WHICH IS THE INTERVIEW ROUND:
In this round candidates will be judged by their confidence, their behavior, nature of answering the questions, and behavior of all these things the panel will give the marks which are very helpful for clearing the whole paper and the final stage of clearing the judiciary exam.
Tips for clearing the exam:
- Go through the whole syllabus very deeply.
- Start analyzing the syllabus
- The next and most important step is the previous year’s question paper which is help to know the level of the questions asked by the examiner.
- And then start collecting the sources make sure the sources of your study should be limited as well as quality.
- Give yourself sufficient time because this paper will take.
- And then start giving the mocks when you feel that you reached that stage where you can understand the paper because understanding the paper is one of the most difficult tasks for this exam.
- After giving the mock test analyze it as well for checking your weakness there.
Finally, you have all the basic details for the exam, and collect the sources on which you are going to rely on. One more point, there is no need for any type of coaching because every exam is easy if you think that this exam is also easy.
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