UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancy 2022-23

UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancy 2022-23

The latest notification for the Judicial Services Civil Judge Examination 2022-23 has been released by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) (Junior Division). Starting from December 10, 2022, eligible candidates can apply for the UP Civil Judge (Junior Division) Recruitment 2022-23 on the website: https://uppsc.up.nic.in. All information about the UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancy 2022-23 is provided below.

UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancy 2022-23 Overview

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC)

Post NameCivil judge ( junior division)
Advt. No.A-5/E-1/2022
Application date10 December 2022
Last date to apply10 January 2023
Mode of ApplyOnline
Official Websitehttps//:uppsc.up.nic.in

Fees for UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancies 2022-23

  • Gen/ OBC/ EWS: ₹ 125/-
  • SC/ST/ ESM: ₹ 65/-
  • PWD: ₹ 25/-
  • Payment Mode: Online

UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancy 2022–2023 Important Dates

Apply StartDec 10, 2022
Last date to ApplyJan 10, 2023
Exam DateNotify later

UPPSC Civil Judge Vacancy 2022-23 Age Limit

The recruitment age limit is 22 to 35 years. The crucial date for the age calculation is 1.7.2023. According to governmental rules and regulations, age reduction will be given.

UP Preliminary Exam Pattern 2023

The UP Judiciary Exam will consist of two papers i.e.



Paper: 1 consists of G.K  questions and will be conducted for 150 marks in a duration of 2 hours

Paper: 2 consists of Law questions that will be conducted for 300 marks for the duration of 2 hours.

The UP Judiciary Prelims Questions comprise M.C.Q (Multiple choice questions).

PaperMarksExam duration
Paper -1 GK1502 hours
Paper-2 Law3002 hours

UP Judiciary Mains Exam Pattern 2023

After completing the prelims exam preparation, move on to the mains syllabus. The UP Judiciary Mains Exam Pattern is provided in form of tables below.

The UP Judiciary Mains Examination consists of five papers.

Each paper comprises 200 marks and the time gave 3 hours to complete each paper.

Only those who passed the prelims exam are allowed to attend the mains exam.

PapermarksDuration of the exam
G.k3003 hour
Language3003 hour
Law-I  (substantive law)3003 hour
Law-II (Procedure & Evidence)3003 hour
Law- III (Penal, Revenue, and local laws)3003 hour

UP Judicial Services Syllabus 2023

The UP Judiciary Syllabus is provided below for the preliminaries and main exams.

UP Judiciary Prelims Syllabus 2023

Here, for both the prelims and mains exams, we have covered the entire UPPSC judicial syllabus. For exam preparation, candidates can refer to the UP Judicial Civil Judge Syllabus.

Paper I: LAW

  • Contract law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Indian Constitution
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Civil Procedure Code
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • International Organizations
  • Current International Affairs

Paper II: General Knowledge

  • Indian Culture
  • Indian Politics
  • Indian History
  • India and World
  • Indian Geography
  • Indian Economics
  • International Affairs
  • Current national Affairs
  • Information Technology
  • International Organizations
  • Space Science and Technology

UP Judiciary Mains Syllabus 2023

Candidates who passed the preliminary examination will need to study for the main examinations. The following list includes the UP Judiciary Mains Syllabus and key topics.

Paper-1: G.K (General Knowledge)

  • Indian Polity
  • Indian History
  • Indian Culture
  • Indian Geography
  • Current National Issues
  • Social Relevance Topics
  • International affairs & Institutions
  • Science and Technology Development
  • Indian and the World Economy of India

Paper-2: Language

To qualify for the mains exam, candidates must take the Paper-II exam. The candidates were primarily tested in both Hindi and English in Paper II. The procedure is outlined below, and each topic contains questions and marks.

 A total of 200 marks will be given for this paper. To pass the cutoff criteria, candidates must obtain good marks.

English-language essay60 marks  
English Précis writing60 marks  
Hindi to English Translation of passage40 marks  
English to Hindi Translation of passage40 marks  

Paper-3: Law-I (Substantive Law)

  • Constitutional Law
  • The law of contracts
  • The law of Partnership
  • Hindu Law and Mohammedan Law
  • The law concerning easements and torts

The law relating to the transfer of property, specifically applicable equity principles, the law of trust, and specific relief, as well as the law of equity as it relates to those issues.

Note: Please keep in mind that there will be 50-mark questions on Constitutional Law only.

Paper-4: Law-II (Procedure and Evidence)

  • The law of evidence
  • The Criminal Procedure Code
  • C.P.C, including the principles of pleading.

The questions will mostly deal with practical problems including how to frame charges and issues, how to deal with witness testimony,

The writing of judgments, as well as the conduct of cases generally, but this is not limited to them.

Paper-5: Law-III (Penal, Revenue, and Local Laws)

U.P, Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent, & Eviction) Act, 1972

  • Indian Penal Code
  • U.P. Panchayat Raj Act
  • Uttar Pradesh Municipalities Act
  • U.P. Consolidation of Holding Act, 1953
  • 1951 U.P. Zamindari Abolition & Land Reform Act

The Uttar Pradesh Urban (Planning and Development) Act of 1973 and any rules made in accordance with it.


Candidates who qualified for both the preliminaries and the main exams will be invited for interviews. During the interview, candidates will be chosen on the basis of their manner, personality, and way of question-answering. The authorities are allowed to call applicants only based on merit, which is specified as the marks in the preliminary and main examinations. The marks obtained in both the preliminary and main examinations will be taken in aggregate only.

In the prelims and mains, candidates can choose whether to answer questions in Hindi or English.

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Q. In the UPPSC civil judge vacancy, how many seats are there?

Ans. There are a total of 303 UPPSC Civil Judge vacancies (Junior Division).
The closing date for Filling out the online application form is JAN 10, 2023.

Q. Is UPPSC 2022-23 form out?

Ans. The UPPSC Civil Judge vacancies (Junior Division) application form 2022-
23 started from DEC 10, 2022 to Jan 10, 2023. OfficialSite- https://uppsc.up.nic.in.

Q. Is there a negative marking system in the UP judiciary exam?

Ans. In the preliminary exam, which is an M.C.Q-based exam, 0.33 marks will be
deducted for each incorrect answer. There is no negative marking in the
Mains and Interview stages.

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