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Tuesday 26 August 2014

Syllabus, Exam pattern for TNPSC Judicial Service Civil Judge 2014

Tamil Nadu Public service commission TNPSC recently invited online application form for the posts of Civil Judge. There are total no of vacancies162 including various categories. TNPSC Civil judge posts will be filled under Judicial Service Examination 2014. Exam date schedule is already published by TNPSC for Civil judge posts. If you hold the eligibility criteria then you can apply online till the last date which 23 September 2014.

TNPSC judicial service Exam date 2014
Date of Written Examination
1.Translation Paper 18.10. 2014 9.00 A.M. to 12.00 P.M.
2.Law Paper-I 18.10. 2014 2.00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M.
3. Law Paper-II 19.10.2014 9.00 A.M. to 12.00 P.M.
4. Law Paper –III 19.10.2014 2.00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M.

Selection process syllabus | question paper pattern for Civil judge posts
Selection of the eligible candidates will be based on through the written examination. Civil judge written exam will be descriptive type. After that those candidates who will be declared qualified in the written examination they will be call for personal interview test.
Question paper will contain 4 question papers.
Each question paper will carry 100 marks
Total 3 hours will be given for attempting the question paper.
There are 60 marks for personal interview test.
The question papers on Law Papers I, II and III will be set both in Tamil and in English.
The candidates are given the option of answering the papers either in Tamil or in

Minimum qualifying marks  / cutoff marks
Written test descriptive type

Translation paper
3 hours
Law paper I
3 hours
Law paper II
3 hours
Law paper III
3 hours
Interview test

18 for all categories of the candidates

TNPSC Judicial Service exam Syllabus | Civil Judge Exam
(i) Translation Paper: Translation of passages in English into Tamil and Tamil into
English. The passages will be from
(1) Depositions, (2) Judgments, and (3) Documents.
(ii) Law Paper – I: The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908; The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973; The Indian Evidence Act, 1872; Principles of pleading and the Constitution of India.
(iii) Law Paper – II: Framing of issues and Writing of Judgments in Civil Cases.
(iv) Law Paper –III: Framing of charges and Writing of Judgments in Criminal Cases.
(v) Viva-voce: The candidate's General Knowledge and Knowledge of law, grasp of Procedural Laws and Principles of Law and his suitability for appointment as Civil Judge shall be tested.

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