Title: Detailed Nagaland Judicial Service Examination Syllabus
|Name of Organisation||Gauhati High Court|
|Name of Posts||Civil Judge|
|Recruitment Details||Gauhati High Court Civil Jugde|
|Type of Test||Objective Type|
|Test Mode||Online (Computer Based Test – CBT)|
Nagaland Judicial Service Examination Exam Pattern
i) Paper on English (100 Marks) :
a) Essay Writing
b) Precis Writing
c) Grammar etc.
(ii) General Knowledge (100 Marks) :
a) Objective Type
b) Aptitude Test.
(iii) Law Paper – I (100 Marks)
a) Constitution of India,
b) Code of Civil Procedure
c) Transfer of Property Act.
d) Indian Contract Act.
(iv) Law Paper – II (100 Marks)
a) Indian Penal Code
b) Criminal Procedure Code
c) Indian Evidence Act.
d) Law of Torts.
(v) Interview, Viva Voce (50 Marks or 70 marks – please verify with official notification for the specific year).
The candidates shall have to secure minimum of 60% Marks in the Interview
All candidates who obtain 60% or more marks, subject to securing at least 45% Marks individually in Paper I, II, III & IV shall be eligible for Viva-voce.
Provided that SC/ST Candidates who obtain 50% or more marks, subjects to secure minimum of 40% Marks individually in Paper-I, II, III, & IV shall be called for Viva-voce.
The ratio in which Candidates shall be called for Viva-voce is 1:3 (three Candidates against 1 post) subject to Marks obtained as stated above. The final evaluation will be in the order of Merit subject to overall suitability.
Eligibility and Age Limit – Nagaland Judicial Service Exam – Grade III 2022 and 2023
(a) Must be holder of degree in law granted by a recognized University established by law in India
(b) Must not have completed, as on the last date fixed for receipt of applications, 38 years of age in the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes or Scheduled Tribes and 35 years of age in the case of other candidates
Syllabus for Nagaland Judicial Service Grade-III Civil Judge – Preliminary Exam
The candidates will have to appear in a Preliminary Examination (objective type multiple choices) of 100 marks (2 hours duration). From the rank-wise list of marks of the Preliminary Examination, 10 (ten) candidates will be called against l (one) vacancy in the ratio of 1:10 for the Final Written Examination.
However, the High Court reserves the right to fix cut-off mark in the Preliminary Examination and call only those candidates to appear in the Final Written Examination who obtain the cut-off mark as may be fixed by the High Court.
Syllabus for the preliminary exam:
- General knowledge,
- Constitution of India,
- Code of Civil Procedure,
- Transfer of Property Act,
- Indian Contract Act,
- Indian Penal Code,
- Criminal Procedure Code,
- Indian Evidence Act,
- Law of Torts.
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