M.P Higher Judicial Service (Entry Level) Direct Recruitment from Bar Examination

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The selection/recruitment process of Madhya Pradesh Higher Judicial Service (Entry Level) Direct Recruitment from Bar Examination shall be completed in following three stages. Here you will find the detailed examination pattern and syllabus of M.P H.J.S (Entry Level) Direct Recruitment from Bar Exam.

A. Preliminary/Screening Exam

Question paper for Online Preliminary Examination shall have a weight-age of 150 marks, having 150 multiple choice objective type questions to be solved within a period of Two hours (120 Minutes). Below is the pattern and syllabus of M.P H.J.S (Entry Level) preliminary test.

S.No. Subject Questions Marks
1. I.P.C., Cr.P.C. & Evidence Act 30 30
2. C.P.C.,T.P. Act & Contract Act 20 20
3. Constitution of India 10 10
4. Specific Relief Act 05 05
5. N.D.P.S. Act 04 04
6. Limitation Act 03 03
7. Negotiable Instrument Act 03 03
8. M.P. Land Revenue Code 05 05
9. M.P. Accommodation Control Act 05 05
10. Hindu Marriage Act, Hindu. Succession Act & Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act only) 07 07
11. SC & ST (Prev. Of Atrocity) Act 03 03
12. Motor Vehicle Act (Chapter X, XI & XII only) 03 03
13. Court Fees Act, Indian Registration Act & Indian Stamp Act) 07 07
14. General Knowledge 15 15
15. Basic of computer 10 10
16. English (upto 8th Standard) 10 10
17. Law Lexicon & Maxims 05 05
18. Medical Jurisprudence 05 05
Total 150 150

Out of above there shall, also, be some questions based on leading/latest Supreme Court Decisions and F.B. Decisions of High Court of Madhya Pradesh.

B. Main Written Exam

The Main Written Examination shall be held on two shifts. There shall be Four Descriptive Question papers. Each paper shall be of three hours duration and shall carry 100 Marks each.

PAPER-1
Civil Laws & Procedure
S.No. Subjects Marks
1. Constitution of India 22
2. Civil Procedure Code,1908 22
3. Transfer of Property Act,1882 16
4. Indian Contract Act, 1872 16
5. Specific Relief Act,1963 (Chapter I,II & VI to VIII) 08
6. Limitation Act,1963 (Part II & III) 08
7. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (Sections – 5, 9, 10, 13A, 13B, 24 to 27) 08
Total 100
PAPER-2
Writing Skill and Current legal knowledge
S.No. Subjects Marks
1. Article on Legal Topic (in Hindi) 20
2. Summary Writing (in English) (For Summary Writing, a matter like copy of Plaint, Written Statement or Charge Sheet / Complaint may be given and the candidate shall be asked to summarize it into 1/3rd of the matter given. 20
3. Knowledge of Current Leading Cases (Leading/Latest Supreme Court Decisions and Full Bench Decisions of M.P.High Court since last five years.) 30
4. Translation:
From Hindi to English (15)
From English to Hindi (15)
30
Total 100
PAPER-3
Criminal Laws & Procedure
S.No. Subjects Marks
1. Indian Penal Code,1860 24
2. Criminal Procedure Code,1973 24
3. Evidence Act,1872 24
4. Negotiable Instrument Act,1881 (Sections – 138 to 147) 14
5. S.C. & S.T. (Prevention of Atrocity) Act,1989 (Sections – 2 to 8, 14 and 18) 14
Total 100
PAPER-4
Judgment Writing etc.
S.No. Subjects Marks
text Settlement of Issues 10
text Framing of Charges 10
text Judgment Writing (Civil) 40
text Judgment Writing (Criminal) 40
Total 100

After Valuation of Main Examination, the Result shall be prepared and declared to proceed the canidates furter for Interview. Result shall be prepared Roll No.-Wise & Merit-cum-Categories-wise. Candidates securing minimum marks, mentioned above, for concerned categories, shall be called for Interview in the ratio of maximum 1:3.

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