New recruitment process started in rajasthan high court very soon


NEW DELHI: – Rajasthan High Court has invited applications from candidates for recruitment. The application process is expected to start from November [last week] 2020. No date for submission of application or exam has been announced, Rajasthan High Court has issued notification for 89 vacancies which are classified on the basis of Rajasthan Judicial Service Rule 2010 .

The candidates preparing for the exam will start filling the application form. The exam will be held soon and the exam date will be announced later.

Rajasthan Civil Judge Examination Selection Process:

The examination is conducted in three stages,

  1. Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)
  2. Written Main Examination (Subject Type)
  3. The interview

(1) Preliminary Examination

The examination will be objective type.

There will be 100 questions in the question paper, there will be one mark for each question.

The time duration for the examination question paper will be 02 hours.

There will be no negative marking in the examination.

Note: In order to qualify for the main written examination, the candidates belonging to SC / ST category will have to get minimum 40o% marks and all other categories of candidates will have to get minimum marks of 45% in the preliminary examination.

(2) Main Examination

The main examination will be subjective type.

The duration of the first and second question papers will be of 3 hours and 100 marks in the main examination.

There will be two language papers of English and Hindi which will be of 50 marks and the time duration will be 2 hours.

Note: For a candidate to qualify for the interview, a minimum of 35% marks in each law paper and a total of 40% marks in the main examination;

To ensure that a candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe category will be considered eligible for interview if he has secured minimum 30% marks in each law paper and 35% marks in aggregate in main examination.

Exam syllabus: The syllabus of the exam will be as follows:

Law Question Paper (First): –

  • Civil Procedure Code, 1908,
  • Constitution of India,
  • Indian Contract Act, 1872,
  • Indian Evidence Act, 1872,
  • Limitation Act, 1963,
  • Special Relief Act, 1963,
  • Property Transfer Act, 1882,
  • Interpretation of Statues,
  • Rajasthan Rent Control Act, 2001,
  • Order / Decision Writing.

Note: In the civil procedure method, the decision writing of the candidate is tested. The candidate should also pay attention to the decision writing.

Law Question Paper (II): –

  • Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973,
  • Indian Evidence Act, 1872,
  • Indian Penal Code, 1860,
  • Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015,
  • Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Chapter 12II),
  • Probation Offenders Act, 1958,
  • Domestic Violence Protec tion of women from the Act, 2005,
  • Charge / Judgment Writing.

Note: – In the criminal law question paper, the decision charge sheet and decision writing are also tested from the candidate.

Hindi proficiency:

Word formation: Sandhi and Sandhi, Samas, Prefixes, Suffixes.

Word Type: (a) Tatasam, Yukititam, Tadbhav, Indigenous, Foreign. (B) nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, adverbs (adverbs, afferents, exclamations, fallacies) word knowledge: synonyms, antonyms, antonyms, the meaning of word pairs, meaningful words for phrases, modified terms, consonants of synonyms , Selecting appropriate solutions, Addressing remaining vocabulary | Word purity |

Grammatical features: postposition, sex, speech, man, time, instinct (mood), aspect (aspect), speech (voice). Syntax | Syntax | Use of punctuation Idioms / phrases

Bilingual terminology: administrative, miscellaneous (special).

English proficiency :

  • Tenses
  • Articles and Determiners Phrasal Verbs and Idioms
  • Active & Passive Voice
  • Co-ordination & Subordination
  • Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Antonyms and Synonyms.
  • Modals expressing various concepts-
  • bition, Intention, Condition Probability,
  • Possibility, Purpose, Reason, Companions. Contras

Essay writing: – Candidates are expected to write essays in both Hindi and English languages. How is the law related to the current social issues?

Interview: – The interview will be of 35 marks, school and college records can be asked at the beginning of the interview for each test, after that the debate on the legal issues going on in the present time and the decision of the Supreme Court, from the candidate on other subjects Questions can be asked. The candidates can be asked questions related to customs and subjects related to the state of the state in which they are taking the exam.