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DJS

STAGE I - PRE -> [2H30M] - [200Q] [200M] [-0.25M] -


[34.5S/Q] MIN QUAL-55%[110/200]

1. General knowledge and
2. Aptitude of the candidate,
3. Candidates power of expression,
4. Flair in English,
5. Knowledge of objective type legal problems and their solutions
covering
i. Constitution of India,
ii. Code of Civil Procedure,
iii. Code of Criminal Procedure,
iv. Indian Penal Code,
v. Contract Act,
vi. Partnership Act,
vii. Principles Governing Arbitration Law,
viii. Evidence Act,
ix. Specific Relief Act and
x. Limitation Act.

Stage 2 Mains -> *3H+ - *850M+ Min Qual 45%
*382.5/850+ *10xVacancy+

Paper I: General Knowledge and Language: [87.5/250] : This Paper
Comprises of Two sections:
Section I: General Knowledge (100 Marks): This is to test the
candidate's knowledge of current affairs etc.
Section II: Language (Essay, Translation and Prcis Writing) (150
marks): This is to test the candidate's knowledge and power of expression
in English.
Credit will be given both for substance and expression.
Conversely deduction will be made for bad expression, faults of
grammar and misuse of words etc.
There will be two passages for translations-
o One in English, which will be required to be translated into Hindi (in
Devnagri Script).
o The Second passage in Hindi (in Devnagri Script) shall be required to
be translated into English.

Paper II: Civil Law-I [70/200]:
1. Indian Contract Act,
2. Indian Sale of Goods Act,
3. Indian Partnership Act,
4. Specific Relief Act,
5. Hindu Law,
6. Mohammadan Law,
7. Delhi Rent Control Act and
8. Law of Torts.

Paper III: Civil Law-II [70/200]:
1. Civil Procedure Code,
2. Law of Evidence,
3. Law of Limitation &
4. Law of Registration

Paper IV: Criminal Law [70/200]:
1. Criminal Procedure Code,
2. Indian Penal Code &
3. Indian Evidence Act.

Stage 3 Viva Voce 150 Marks - Min45% (67.5/150)


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HJS

STAGE I - PRE -> [2H] - [125Q] [500M] [-1M]
[55.2S/Q] [NO MIN QUAL.]

The candidate shall be expected to have a
1. General and basic over view of the Main Subjects
2. Current Events of National and International importance,
3. Indian legal and constitutional history and
4. Governance.
5. Analytical skills and aptitude.


STAGE 2 MAINS -> [2H] - [900M] MIN QUAL 45%
[405/900] [10XVACANCY]

Paper-1- Civil Law-I [60/200M]
1. Code of Civil procedure,
2. Punjab Courts Act,
3. Indian Contract Act,
4. Indian partnership Act,
5. Sale of Goods Act,
6. Specific Relief Act, and
7. Indian Evidence Act,

Paper-II- Civil Law-II [60/200M]
1. Hindu Law,
2. Mohammadan Law and Customary Law,
3. Law of Registration and Limitation

Paper-III - Criminal Law [60/200M]
1. Indian Penal Code,
2. Criminal Procedure Code and
3. Indian Evidence Act

Paper-IV - English [60/200M]
1. English Essay (1000-1100 words) 100M
2. Prcis 25M
3. Words and Phrases (Make sentences of the given words and Phrases)
25M
4. Comprehension 25M
5. Corrections 25M

Paper-V- Language [60/100M]
Hindi of Matriculation Level:
1. Translation of an English passage into Hindi: 20M
2. Explanation of Hindi passage in prose and poetry in same language:
30M
3. Composition (essay), idioms and corrections: 50M


Stage 3 Viva Voce 150 Marks - Min45% (67.5/150)
*3xVacancy+


RJS

The number of candidate to be admitted to the Main Examination will be
fifteen times the total number of vacancies (category wise) but in the said
range all those candidates who secure the same percentage of marks on
the last cut-off will be admitted to the Main Examination.
Note:- To qualify for Main Written Examination, the candidates of SC/ST
category shall have to secure minimum
40% marks and candidates of all other categories shall have to secure 45%
minimum marks in the Preliminary
Examination.
(3) The number of candidates to be admitted to the interview shall be, as
far as practicable, three times the total number of vacancies category-
wise:
Provided that to qualify for interview, a candidate shall have to secure a
minimum of 35% marks in each of the law papers and 40% marks in
aggregate in the main examination;





i. Preliminary Examination:-
The Preliminary Examination shall be an objective type examination in
which 70% weightage will be given to the subjects prescribed in
syllabus for Law Paper-I and Law Paper-II,
and 30% weightage shall be given to test proficiency in Hindi and
English language.
The maximum marks for Preliminary Examination shall be 100 in
which number of questions to be asked shall also be 100.
However, there shall be no negative marking for wrong answers
in Preliminary Examination.
The duration of Preliminary Examination shall be of 2 hours.
The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination shall not be
counted towards the final selection.

ii. Main Examination:-
The Main Examination shall consist of following subjects:

S.No. Subjects Paper Marks Duration
1. Law Paper-I 100 3 Hours
2. Law Paper-II 100 3 Hours
3. Language Paper-I Hindi Essay 50 2 Hours
Paper-II English
Essay
50 2 Hours
4. Interview -- 35 --

Law Paper (I)
1. Constitution of India,
2. Civil Procedure Code,
3. Law of Contract and Partnership,
4. Law of Torts and Easements,
5. Law of Motor Accident Claims,
6. Law of Arbitration and Conciliation,
7. Rent Control Law and Revenue Laws in Rajasthan,
8. Law of Specific Relief,
9. Hindu Law,
10. Muslim Law,
11. Law on Transfer of Property,
12. Law of Limitation,
13. Law relating to Lok Adalats and Permanent Lok Adalats,
14. Law related to Domestic Violence,
15. The Rajasthan Guranteed Delivery of Public Services Act, 2011,
16. The Rajasthan Right to Hearing Act, 2012,
17. The Rajathan Panchayati Raj Act, 1994,
18. The Rajasthan Municipalities Act, 2009,
19. General Rules (Civil) and Judgment Writing.
Paper is designed to test the practical knowledge of the candidates in civil
law and procedure e.g. drafting, pleadings, framing issues and writing out
judgments etc., in civil cases.

Law Paper (II)
1. Criminal Procedure Code,
2. Law of Evidence,
3. Indian Penal Code,
4. Law on Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances,
5. Criminal Law related to protection of SC/STs,
6. Law on Juvenile Delinquency,
7. Law of Probation,
8. Law relating to Dishonour of Cheques,
9. Law relating to Electricity Theft,
10. Law related to Cyber Crimes,
11. The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012,
12. General Rules (Criminal) and Judgment Writing.

Paper is designed to test the practical knowledge of the candidates in
criminal law and procedure e.g. framing charges and writing out the
judgments etc. in criminal cases.

Language (Paper-I) Hindi Essay -
Essay writing in Hindi language.

Language (Paper-II) English Essay
Essay writing in English language.

Interview:-
In interviewing a candidate, the suitability for employment to the service
shall be tested with reference to his
record at the School, College and University, and his character, personality,
address and physique. The questions, which may be put to him, may be of a
general nature and will not necessarily be academic or legal. The candidate
will
also be put questions to test his general knowledge including knowledge of
current affairs and present-day problems.
Marks shall also be awarded for the candidates proficiency in the
Rajasthani dialects and his knowledge of social customs of Rajasthan. The
marks so awarded shall be added to the marks obtained in the written test
by each candidate.

Provided that a candidate of scheduled castes or scheduled tribes category
shall not be recommended for appointment unless he obtains minimum
35% marks in the aggregate of written examination and the interview, and,
in the case of other candidates, unless he obtains minimum 40% marks in
the aggregate of written examination and the
interview.
Provided further that no candidate shall be recommended who fails to
obtain minimum 25% marks in the interview.


1. The aspirants may start thier preparation with Bare Act

2. While going through Bare Acts , pay special attention to
Defination,Sections,Order & Rule, essential ingredient,
Illustration,Explainations, examples and Forms & Schedules.
As the Preliminary examination is of objective nature, the aspirants are
expected to have a good command in above mentioned aspects.


In a university exam (in LLB), you tend to write

long answers, which comprise 5-6 pages each

but in judicial services exam, you are meant to

answer briefly. There are essentially two

approaches to follow while preparing for the

judicial & civil services exam. One is horizontal

and the other vertical.

The first comes handy for the preliminary exam

where you have to read exhaustively and you

must prepare to solve the objective questions.

The reading of bare acts, celebrated case laws

comprises horizontal preparation. You cant

afford to skip even a single topic.

After the preparation through this approach is

done, you should start a vertical approach,

which equips you to hits the bulls eye (read

mains exam).