Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern 2022: Haryana Civil Judge Prelims & Mains Pattern

Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern 2022: Haryana Civil Judge Prelims & Mains Pattern

ByArpit Kumar Jain  |  Updated on: Feb 1, 2022
Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern 2022! HPSC has released revised Haryana Civil Judge exam pattern for prelims and mains exam. Check latest pattern, Marking Scheme.
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HPSC Civil Judges Exam Pattern 2022! The selection process of the Haryana Judiciary exam has three stages viz., prelims, mains, and Interview. The preliminary exam has 125 questions. Each question carries 4 marks. The candidates need to secure a minimum of 150 marks to qualify for the mains. The mains exam has 5 papers. 3 papers are of civil judge and 2 papers are of English and Hindi language.

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Haryana Civil Service (Judicial) Exam known as Haryana Judiciary Exam is conducted by the Haryana Public Service Commission from time to time for the recruitment of Civil Judge (Junior Division). Haryana Civil Judge. The prelims exam is conducted for 500 marks whereas the mains exam is conducted for marks. After clearing the mains exam candidates will be called for the Interview process. The Haryana Judiciary Interview holds 100 marks. Check the details of the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus below.

Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern 2022 - Selection Process

Aspirants who want to join Haryana Judicial Services must check the selection process for the exam. Candidates need to clear each stage cutoff to appear for the next stage. The exam stages are:

  • Prelims Examination,
  • Mains Examination, and
  • Interview.

The civil judge exam has two written papers. The prelims exam has only one paper and the mains exam has 5 papers. Candidates who qualify for the prelims exam are summoned for the mains exam. Check the detailed exam pattern below.

Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern for Prelims

The preliminary exam has 125 questions. Each question carries 4 marks. The candidates need to secure a minimum of 150 marks to qualify for the mains.

Type of Questions

Subjects

Questions

Time

Multiple-choice Questions

Aptitude

125 questions

2 hours

Reasoning

Analytical Skills

General Knowledge

Current affairs

Haryana Judiciary Mains Exam Pattern 2022

The mains exam has 5 papers. There are 3 law papers and 2 language papers. Candidates need to secure a minimum of 50% marks to qualify for the interview process. All the papers are descriptive in nature.

Paper

Syllabus

Marks

Duration

Paper-l

(Civil Law-I)

Code of Civil procedure

Punjab Courts Act

Indian Contract Act

Indian Partnership Act

Sale of Goods Act

Specific Relief Act

Indian Evidence Act

Haryana Urban (Control of Rent and Eviction) Act 1973

200

3 Hours

Paper-2

(Civil Law ll)

Hindu Law

Mohammadan Law

Customary Law

Law of Registration and Limitation

200

3 Hours

Paper- 3

(Criminal law)

Indian Penal Code

Criminal Procedure Code

Indian Evidence Act

200

3 Hours

Paper - 4

(English - 200 Marks)

English Essay (1000-1100 words)

100

3 Hours

Precis

25

Words and Phrases

25

Comprehension

25

Corrections

25

Paper - 5

(Hindi Language - 100 Marks)

Translation of an English passage into Hindi

20

3 Hours

Explanation of Hindi passage in prose and poetry

30

Composition (essay), Idioms, and corrections

50

Haryana Judiciary Exam Interview Process

Candidates who secure the mains cutoff are called for the interview. The interview is of 100 marks. All candidates need to secure 50% marks in Mains and Interview. Only a few candidates are called for the interview after the mains examination.

Check Haryana Judiciary Syllabus 2022

Haryana Judiciary Exam Pattern FAQs

  • The Haryana Judiciary Prelims exam has 125 questions from Aptitude, Reasoning, GK, Current Affairs, and Analytics Skills.

  • There are total 5 papers in Haryana Judiciary mains Exam, two papers of Civil Laws, Criminal Law, English and Hindi

  • The Haryana Judiciary prelims exam pattern has 125 questions. Each question carries 4 marks. The candidates need to secure a minimum of 150 marks to qualify for the mains.

  • Candidates who secure the mains cutoff are called for the interview. The interview is of 100 marks. All candidates need to secure 50% marks in Mains and Interview. Only a few candidates are called for the interview after the mains examination.

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