December 3, 2020

Syllabus: Delhi Judicial Services

  1. Phase 1 – Prelims examination is of objective type.
  2. Phase 2 – Mains exam is of written type.
  3. Phase 3 – Interview

Negative marking of 0.25 will be deducted in the prelims examination.

PHASE 1 – PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

You will face the preliminary exam first which is an objective test of 200 Marks.The question will be based on following subjects:

  1. Aptitude
  2. General knowledge
  3. English
  4. Constitution of India
  5. Code of Criminal Procedure
  6. Code of Civil Procedure
  7. Indian Penal Code
  8. Indian Contract Act
  9. Indian Partnership Act
  10. Principle governing Arbitration Law
  11. Specific Relief Act
  12. Indian Limitation Act
  13. Indian Evidence Act

PHASE 2 – MAINS EXAMINATION

The exam is conducted under the four papers:

PAPER I – GK AND LANGUAGE ( 250 M)

General knowledge – 100 Marks

Language –150 Marks

PAPER II – CIVIL LAW I (200 M)

You will be asked question based on the Following:

  1. Indian contract act
  2. Indian sales of good act
  3. Indian partnership act
  4. Specific relief act
  5. Hindu law
  6. Mohammadan law
  7. Delhi rent control act
  8. Law of torts

PAPER III – CIVIL LAW II (200M)

You will be asked question based on the Following:

  1. Civil Procedure Code
  2. Law of Evidencet
  3. Law of Limitation
  4. Law of Registration

SECTION 4 – CRIMINAL LAW (200M)

You will be asked question based on the Following:

  1. Criminal procedure code
  2. Indian Penal Code
  3. Indian evidence act

NOTE : Minimum marks are 40% in each written paper and aggregate of 50% to qualify for interview. Relaxation of 5% each has been made for SC/ST/PWD.

PHASE 3 – INTERVIEW

  1. Interview will carry 150 Marks.
  2. Need to score at least 50% (relaxation by 5% for RC) to qualify.
  3. Aggregate of the marks obtained in both interview and written exam will determine the position.

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