UP Judiciary Exam Date: Overview, Selection Process, and more

UP Judiciary exam is one of the prestigious exams conducted by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) for the appointment of Civil Judge. Based on the number of vacancies available, Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission released the notification. For the appointment of these civil judges, the UP high court acts as the conducting institute of the exam. The dates for 2021 are yet to be announced by UPPSC (Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission).  

Aspiring candidates can apply for the UP Judiciary Exam through the official website. Upon registration, an online registration number will be generated for each applicant. The online form will be hosted on the official UP Judiciary website. The registration number should be stored carefully for future use. The below-mentioned article provides the necessary details about the UP Judiciary Exam Date

UP Judiciary Exam Date  

As mentioned above, the UP Judiciary Exam Date is yet to be announced by the UPPSC (Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission). Candidates are advised to keep on checking the UPPSC website (Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission) for the latest and authentic information regarding the examination. 

UP Judiciary Selection Process 2021

The UP Judiciary Exam has three stages of being cleared. The first stage of the exam is the Preliminary Exam. Post clearing it candidate undergoes the second and third stages, the Mains Exam and interview rounds, respectively.

The prelims exam consists of multiple-choice questions (MCQs) having 2 papers of 2 hours each. The marks allotted for Paper-I is 150, while Paper-II will be for 300 marks. 

In the mains exam, there are five descriptive type exams with their syllabus and allotted marks as mentioned below:

SubjectSyllabusMarks
General KnowledgeThis paper may include questions based on topics relating to Indian history and culture, Indian Geography, Indian Polity, Current National Issues and topics of social relevance, Indian Economy, International Affairs and Institutions and development in the field of Science and Technology, Communications and Space.200
LanguagePaper on Language has four sub paper as shown below: 60 marks for Essay in English  60 marks for English Précis writing  40 marks for translating a passage from Hindi to English40 marks for translating a passage from English to Hindi200
Law I (Substantive Law)This paper may include questions based on topics relating to the Law of Contracts; transfer of property, including equity principles.  There will be sections on Hindu law, Mohammedan Law and Constitutional Law too. Constitutional Law alone carries for 50 marks in the alloted 200 marks200
Law II (Procedure and Evidence)This paper may include questions based on the Law of evidence, the Criminal Procedure Code and the Code of Civil Procedure. The questions set will be based on practical matters such as the framing of charges and issues, the methods of dealing with the evidence of witnesses, the writing of judgement and the conduct of cases generally but will not be restricted to them200
Law III (Penal, Revenue and Local laws)This paper may include questions based on topics relating to the Indian Penal Code, Urban Building Act, Municipalities Act, Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms Act, Panchayat Raj Act, Consolidation of Holdings Act200
*The candidates can choose to answer General Knowledge and Law Papers in the language of their preference, either Hindi or English.

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Post clearing mains, the candidate will be called for the interview. The score set for the interview round is 100 marks. The candidates eligible for employment in the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service will be evaluated based on their merit in the Exam, including their moral character, physique, and personality. The final score will be the additive of marks obtained in the interview and marks obtained in the written papers. The total sum of these marks will decide the candidate’s place in the exam.

UP Judiciary Admit Card 2021

For all the eligible candidates, post completion of their document verification, the UP board will release the UP Judiciary Admit Card on the official website. This will be released two weeks before the examination date. Candidates are supposed to print them and need to be shown on the exam date. Without the hall ticket candidate/applicant will not be allowed to write the exam.

Conclusion

UP Judiciary Exam is an opportunity for aspirants who want to make a successful career in the Judiciary sector. We hope the article will have given you the necessary details regarding the UP Judiciary Exam Date and the selection process, exam pattern, syllabus, and admit card. If more clarification is required on the above information, we request you to contact us on Oliveboard.

FAQs

How many stages need to be cleared in the UP Judiciary Exam?

The UP Judiciary Exam has three stages of being cleared. The first stage of the exam is the Preliminary Exam. Post clearing it candidate undergoes the second and third stages, the Mains Exam and interview rounds, respectively.

How many attempts are allowed for appearing in the UP Judiciary Exam?

The maximum number of attempts is 4 for the UP Judiciary Exam.

Is there any language choice will give the UP Judiciary Exam?

The candidates can choose to answer General Knowledge and Law Papers in the language of their preference, either Hindi or English.

How many papers are there in the main exam?

Mains consist of five papers of 200 marks each. These papers are General Knowledge, Language, Law I (Substantive Law), Law II (Procedure and Evidence) and Law III (Penal, Revenue and Local laws)

What is the official UP Judiciary Exam Date?

The UP Judiciary Exam Date has not been announced yet. It will soon be announced on the official website.


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