UKPSC Civil Judge Exam Date 2023 Declared, Apply today and serve for the nation.

UKPSC Civil Judge Exam Date 2023

UKPSC Civil Judge

As Examination Dates are out now so for downloading their Uttarakhand UKPSC Judicial Service Civil Judge Exam 2023. Candidates need to refresh the portal timely. By providing their valid credentials candidates will be able to download their Admit Card & can check their Application Status. Candidates need to take the printout of their Admit Card and along with their required documents (Photograph & ID Proof) candidates need to register their presence on the examination venue. It is important to maintain examination hall decorum.

Recently Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has called applications for the Judicial Service Civil Judge Exam 2023. They opened registration for 16 vacant posts in March 2023. Now Board has signaled that Written Examination Date for Judicial Service Civil Judge Exam 2023 will be held on 30 April 2023 & the Admit Card are uploaded now for the aforesaid examination.

For the UKPSC Civil Judge Exam, candidates need to be 22 years minimum and maximum of 35 years. Those who are eligible as per the guidelines mentioned, they will be allowed to appear.

Board announced that candidates will get Admit card before examination. The officials will release a new notification shortly which will provide an admit card as well as exam details.

Notification of UKPSC Civil Judge Recruitment 2023

Important Dates and Upcoming Important Dates to remember

Application Start 01-03-2023
Last Date to Apply Online21-03-2023 Till 05:30 PM
Last Date Pay Fee21-03-2023
Examination Date30 April, 2023
Admit Cardyet to declare
CategorySyllabus

UKPSC Civil Judge Syllabus and Exam Pattern 2023 – Know how to score high…

Candidates preparing for the UKPSC Civil Judge must be familiar with the syllabus and exam pattern for each stage of the selection process – Prelims, Mains, Computer Practical Test, and Viva Voce/Interview. Knowing the UKPSC Civil Judge Syllabus will provide you with details of the subject-wise topics from which questions will be asked in the exam. Knowing the UKPSC Civil Judge Exam Pattern will help you understand the marking scheme, sectional weightage, exam duration, and other details. Therefore, in this article, we have compiled the details of the UKPSC Civil Judge Syllabus and Exam Pattern as per the latest notification.

  • Exam will be an objective-type
  • Obtain 200 Marks
  • The Mains exam will be a descriptive-type exam.
  • The Computer Operation test will be a practical examination to test the candidate’s proficiency in Windows and Internet,  MS Word, MS Access, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.
  • The Interview/Viva Voce carries a weightage of 100 marks.

Prepare your self for Preliminary Examination

UKPSC Civil Judge Prelim Syllabus:

  • Day to day happenings around India and the World, particularly in the related Law
  • International law,
  • Neutrality,
  • Recent Legislation pronouncements particularly to Indian Constitution,
  • Law and development
  • 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

Main Examination Syllabus :

The Present DayLanguageSubstantive LawEvidence and ProcedureRevenue & Criminal
Jurisprudence
International law
Neutrality
Recent legislation
Indian constitutional law and developments
Translation from English to Hindi or vice versa
English Précis
Law of contracts
Law of partnership
Law concerning casements and torts
Law relating to the transfer of property; including the principles of equity
Law of Trust
Hindu Law
Mohammedan Law
Law of Evidence,
The Criminal Procedure Code
Code of Civil Procedure
U.P. Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms Act (as applicable in Uttarakhand)
Indian Penal Code

UKPSC Civil Judge Syllabus for Computer Operation Practical Test

The practical exam will assess the candidate’s knowledge of the following –  Windows and Internet,  MS Word, MS Access, MS Excel, and MS PowerPoint.

  • Each question shall have five actions to be performed on the system and will carry 4 marks

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