The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission will release the notification for the Civil Judge recruitment for the year 2020. There are a total of 333 posts on the official website of the organization. The interested candidates can apply for the UP Judiciary Exam through the official website.
The answer key display date of the Judicial Services Civil Judge Exam 2018 is postponed and it will soon be available on the official website. This competitive exam consists of three stages which are the Preliminary Examination constituting Objective and Multiple Choice Type followed by the Main Examination which is a Written Conventional Type and the final is Viva voce or a personal interview to test your overall personality.
UP Judiciary Exam 2020-21 Highlights
|Examination Name||UP Judicial Services|
|Conducting Institute||UP High Court|
|Stages||Preliminary, Mains and interview|
|Maximum Attempts||6 attempts|
UP Judiciary Exam 2020 – Important Dates
Here we have added important dates for UP Judiciary Exam 2020-21
|Starting Date of Online Application||September 2020|
|Last Date of Online Application||October 2020|
|UP Judicial Service Prelims Examination||December first week 2020|
UP Judiciary Eligibility Criteria 2020-21
The candidate should hold a Bachelor of Laws degree from a reputed University of Uttar Pradesh. Or the candidate should be an Advocate enrolled under the provisions of the Advocate Act 1961. Or the candidate should be a Barrister of England or Northern Ireland or a Member Faculty of Advocates in Scotland. The candidate should be proficient in Devnagri Script of the Hindi language.
The candidate should over 22 years and less than 35 years as on the date indicated in the notice. In the case of the reserved categories like OBC/SC/ST, some relaxation will be given as per the state government rules.
The candidate should be a citizen of India with sound health, good moral character, and not linked to or have a history in any criminal case involving moral.
UP Judiciary Application Process 2020-21
To register for the online exam of UP Judiciary Services, the candidate should follow the below steps:
- The candidate should visit the official website of the UP Public Service Commission and click on the application form link. Check how to apply UP Judiciary.
- Now, the candidate should enter all the necessary details like name, date of birth, address, educational qualifications, and more.
- Then, the candidate should upload a scanned passport size photo along with their signature in the required format and size.
- Finally, the candidate should pay the fees for the application.
UP Judiciary Exam Application Fees 2020-21
The application fees for the general category and for the OBC category candidates is Rs. 125/-. For the ST/ST/PWD category candidates, the application fees are Rs. 65/-.
UP Judiciary Admit Card 2020-21
After the document verification, the UP board will release the UP Judiciary Admit Card on the official website for all the eligible candidates. The candidates can visit the official website and download the admit card issued by the UP high court. The admit card will be released 2 weeks prior to the examination date. Candidates should fill in all the necessary details and then download the admit card. Once the admit card is downloaded, the candidate should take the printout of it and keep it with them until the exam day. They should carry it to the exam hall for identity verification.
UP Judiciary Selection Process 2020-21
The selection process for the UP Judiciary Exam includes three rounds namely, Prelims, Mains, and Interview rounds. The prelims exam consists of MCQs. There are 2 composite papers for the written exam. Paper-I will be of 150 marks and Paper-II will be of 300 marks. The duration of the papers will be 2 hours each. In the mains exam, there are five descriptive type exams each of 200 marks. Also, check UP Judiciary Books List.
UP Judiciary Syllabus 2020-21
Check UP Judiciary exam syllabus for prelims & mains exam respectively.
UP Judiciary Prelims Exam Syllabus
Paper I (General Knowledge)
- History of India and Indian Culture
- Geography of India
- Indian Polity
- Current National Issues and topics of Social relevance
- India and the world
- Indian Economy
- International Affairs and Institutions and development in the field of Science and Technology, Communications and Space.
- International Organizations
- Current International Affairs
- Indian Constitution
- Law of contract
- Indian Evidence Act
- Indian Penal Code
- Transfer of Property Act
- Civil Procedure Code
- Criminal Procedure Code
UP Judiciary Mains Exam Syllabus
Paper I (General Knowledge)
- Communications and Space
- Current National Issues
- Geography of India
- Indian Culture.
- Indian Economy
- Indian Polity.
- History of India
- India and the World
- International Affairs and Institutions.
- Science and Technology.
- Socially relevant topics
- English Precis writing
- Essay writing
- Translation Passage, English to Hindi.
- Translation passage, Hindi to English.
Paper III (Law I)
- Substantive Law
- Constitutional Law.
- Mohammedan Law.
- The Law concerning easements and torts.
- The Law of Contracts
- The Law of Partnership
- Hindu Law.
- Law of trust and specific relief.
- The Law relating to the principles of equity.
- The Law relating to the transfer of property.
Paper IV (Law II)
- Procedure and Evidence
- Code of Civil Procedure.
- Evidence of witnesses.
- Framing of charges.
- The Criminal Procedure Code.
- The Law of Evidence.
- The writing of judgment.
- Practical matters.
- Principles of pleading.
- The conduct of cases.
Paper V (Law III)
- Indian Penal Code.
- Land reforms Act 1951, Uttar Pradesh.
- The Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition.
- Uttar Pradesh Municipalities Act.
- Uttar Pradesh Urban (Planning and Development) Act 1973
- Consolidation of Holdings Act, 1953.
- Panchayat Raj Act.
- Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent, and Eviction) Act, 1972.
The interview will be conducted for 100 marks. The suitability of candidates for employment in the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service will be evaluated with respect to his/her merit providing due regard to his proficiency in character, personality, and physique.
UP Judiciary Result 2020-21
The results of the UP Judiciary Exam will be announced through the official website. The official website will release the prelims exam result first and then conduct the mains exam. The result of the mains exam will be announced on the official website for the mains. After the completion of the interview round, the final result will be announced. Hence, the candidates should be updated regularly about the information related to the exam.
UP Judiciary Exam FAQs
Q). When is the last date of online application for the UP Judiciary Exam?
A). The last date of online application is October 2020.
Q). What is the age limit to apply for the UP Judiciary Exam?
A). The minimum age limit is 22 years and the maximum age is 35 years.
Q). What are the phases of the UP Judiciary Exam?
A). The UP Judiciary Exam has three phases namely, prelims exam, mains exam, and the interview round.
Q). What is the mode of application for the UP Judiciary Exam?
A). The UP Judiciary Exam is conducted in the online mode.
Q). What are the maximum attempts of the UP Judiciary Exam?
A). The maximum attempts of the UP Judiciary Exam is 6.