The Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) conducts the Haryana Civil Services (Judicial) Exam to recruit candidates for the posts of Civil Judge. The Haryana Judicial Service Exam will be conducted in three stages that include the prelims exam, mains exam, and interview round.
Haryana Judiciary Syllabus 2023
In this article let’s have a look at the syllabus for Haryana judiciary prelims, Haryana judiciary mains syllabus, and the interview process. Also, check how to prepare for judiciary exams.
Haryana Judiciary Prelims Syllabus 2023
The prelims paper of the Haryana Judicial Exam consists of 125 multiple-choice questions each carrying 4 marks. In case of any wrong answers, 0.80 marks will be deducted. For unattempted questions, marks will not be deducted. There are 5 subjects in the Haryana judiciary pre syllabus and 25 questions are asked from each subject.
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Haryana Judiciary English Syllabus 2023
Candidates can go through the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus for the English exam below:
- Modals expressing various concepts
- Phrasal Verbs and Idioms.
- Synonyms and Antonyms
- Direct and Indirect Speech
- Active & Passive Voice
- Co-ordination & Subordination etc
General Knowledge & Current Affairs
Candidates can check the syllabus for Haryana Judiciary for GK & Current Affairs:
- Current Ministers & Governors
- Abbreviations and Economic Terminologies
- Capitals and Currencies
- Science & Technology
- Books & Authors
- Government Schemes
- Indian Financial System
- Summits & Conferences
- Data Analysis
- Business computations
- Arithmetic ability
- Date, Time, and Arrangement Problems.
- Sequence and Series.
- Quantitative aptitude
- Coding and Decoding
- Alphanumeric Series
- Data Sufficiency
- Blood Relations
- Seating Arrangement
- Input/ Output
- Coded Inequalities
- The ranking, Direction, and Alphabet Test
- Puzzle Tabulation
- Profit & Loss
- Permutation and Combination
- Simple Interest & Compound Interest
- Surds & Indices
- Time & Distance
- Sequence & Series
- Ratio & Proportion
- Data Interpretation
- Work & Time
- Number Systems
- Mensuration – Cylinder, Cone, Sphere
- Mixtures & Alligations
Haryana Judiciary Mains Syllabus 2023
The Haryana Judiciary Mains Exam consists of five subjects with descriptive-type questions. Each written paper is of three hours duration. The Haryana Judiciary Mains Syllabus consists of:
Civil Law I
- Code of Civil Procedure
- Contract Act of India
- Indian Evidence Act of 1872
- Punjab Courts Act
- Transfer of Property Act 1882
- Indian Partnership Act
- East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act 1949
- Specific Relief Act
- Indian Sales of Goods Act
- Hindu Law
- Law of Registration and Limitation
- Customary Law
- Mohammedan Law
- Criminal Procedure Code
- Indian Evidence Act
- Indian Penal code
- Words and Phrases
- English Essay
- Idioms and corrections
- Translation of an English passage into Hindi
- Explanation of Hindi passage in prose and poetry in the same language
- Composition (essay)
Haryana Judiciary Syllabus FAQs
Q). What is the Haryana judiciary syllabus for preliminary exam?
A). The Haryana judiciary prelims syllabus consists of five subjects: English, General Knowledge, Analytical Skills, Reasoning, and Aptitude.
Q). Is the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus PDF available for download?
A). Yes, Haryana Judiciary Syllabus 2023 pdf is available for download.
Q). What is the Haryana Judiciary Mains Syllabus?
A). The syllabus for judiciary mains exams in Haryana includes Civil Law I, Civil Law II, Criminal Law, English paper, and Language.
Q). Where is the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus 2020 pdf available?
A). The Haryana Judiciary Syllabus PDF is available on the official website for download.
Q). Which are the books that cover the complete Haryana Judiciary Exam Syllabus?
A). There are a few famous books that cover the overall syllabus for Haryana Judiciary: ● Civil Procedure with Limitation Act by C.K.Takwani. ● The Code Of Criminal Procedure 1973 by Bare Act Paperback. ● Hindu Law(Modern Hindu Law, Family Law, Law of Marriage & Divorce) by Paras Diwan, Dr. U.P.D. Kesari.