Haryana Judiciary Exam 2021 Check Eligibility, Selection Process & Exam Dates (Prelims exam date announced): – The Haryana Public Service Commission (HPSC) has issued a released a recruitment notification of 256 Civil Judge (Junior Level) posts in the HCS Judicial Branch on its official website @ hpsc.gov.in.
According to the provisions of the Punjab Civil Services (Judicial Branch) Rules, l95l, the recruitment will take place through the Haryana Judicial Services Exam 2021.
We’ve covered all you need to know about the HPSC Judicial Services Notification 2021 in this post, including Vacancies Information, Important Dates, Eligibility Requirements, Selection Criteria, Exam Pattern, Exam Date, Syllabus, and more. Examine the information below and prepare for the judicial exam properly.
The Haryana Judiciary examination requires a Bachelor of Laws degree from a university authorized by the BCI (Bar Council of India). Take a look at the comprehensive eligibility conditions, as well as the age limit, listed below. Let’s begin with an overview of the exam’s most important dates.
Haryana Judiciary Exam Dates 2021
To understand about all of the major events regarding the Haryana Judiciary 2021 exam, see the table below.
|Online Application date
|15 Aug 2021
|Online Application last date
|15 Sept 2021
|Haryana Judiciary prelims Exam Date
|13th November 2021
|Issue of Admit Card
|29th October 2021
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Haryana Judiciary Eligibility Criteria 2021
You should have a Bachelor of Laws degree from a BCI (Bar Council of India) recognized university or institution (or)
You should be an Advocate enrolled under the Advocate Act, 1961, and qualified to practice in the subordinate court or high courts.
You must be at least 21 years of age and maximum age is 42 yrs, as per the HCS judicial branch examination
The male category should pay Rs. 1,000 in application fee, whereas the female category should pay Rs.250, as per the HCS Judicial Branch Notification. Physically challenged applicants do not have to pay an application fee.
Applicants must be citizens of India/Nepal or subjects of Bhutan, or Tibetan refugees who migrated before January 1, 1962, or people of Indian descent who migrated from Sri Lanka, Ethopia Pakistan, Kenya, Burma, Lanka, Uganda, Zabia, Malawi, Or Zaire,
Haryana Judiciary Admit Card 2021
The applicant can only download the Admit card from the Haryana judiciary official website.
Any mismatch between the information on the admission card and the information provided while registration will result in your candidature being cancelled.
Name & Birth date, User Id/Registration No., Category, Examination Time and Date, HCS Judicial Branch Exam Center, Your Sign and Photograph, and HCS Judicial Branch Exam Day Instructions are all included in the HCS Judicial Admit Card 2021.
Exam Pattern for Haryana Judiciary 2021
The Haryana High Court determines the method of selection for this position.. Prelims, Mains, and Viva-voice/Interview are the three stages of the completed Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern.
Exam Pattern for Prelims
The HCS Judicial Branch exam’s preliminary stage consists of 125 multiple choice questions(MCQ) for 500 marks. The examination is conducted for 2 hr
The question paper’s standard will be that of a law graduate. i.e. the regular LLB syllabus taught in BCI-approved law schools in India.
To be considered for the next step of the selection process, you must get a score of at least 40%.
Take a look at the Haryana Judiciary Prelims Exam Pattern & Syllabus below:
|Objective Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
|Number of Questions
|500 Marks (Each question of 4 Marks)
|Questions will be based on current national and international events, the Indian law system, constitutional background, and administration.Candidates’ analytical skills, reasoning ability, and aptitude will also be tested through questions.
The prelim examination question paper will be at the law graduate level.
|Minimum Qualifying Marks
|General: 150 MarksReserved Category: 100 Marks
Exam Pattern for the mains
In the mains exam you will be examined on 5 subjects .
If you are in the general category, you must get at least 50% in the mains test to be considered for the viva-voce. The qualifying values for the reserved category are 45 percent.
The marking scheme for each topic is as follows:
|Civil Law I
|Civil Law II
Only if you pass both the Prelims and Mains tests will you be shortlisted for an interview/viva-voce. The interview will be conducted for 100 mrks in total.
To make it to the final merit list, you must obtain a minimum of 50% in the overall Mains and Interview results.