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Judicial Services Exam (Judiciary) preparation / Best Judicial Services Coaching Institute (PCS-J) in Chandigarh

Justice has been the founding principle of any country for centuries. Since ancient times Kings and rulers have time and again impressed upon the necessity of delivering justice to society. In present times modern democratic countries have been emphasising on Rule of Law as a guiding principle of governance and Judiciary is one of the pillars of State. With evolution of society, modernisation and mushrooming of professional courses, Legal Courses has emerged out as a field for young and dynamic professionals / aspirants.
We at Gurmarg are driven with a mission to contribute to the society and nation. Gurmarg is a blend of ancient wisdom and modern requirements. Gurmarg, unlike other institutes is not focussing on business or market dynamics; rather We are focussed on Value System and Ethical Approach to Education. Education here is not a commodity but an ideal to be cherished by all. With this objective in mind Gurmarg transforms a student into a good citizen and human being.
Gurmarg conducts Guidance programs for various Competitive Examinations, primarily IAS and Judiciary.



  • Preliminary Examination

    1. The question paper for the Preliminary examination is of two hours duration, it consist of 125 questions and each question carries 04 marks and for every wrong answer 0.80 i.e. 4/5th marks are deducted.
    2. The objective type multiple choice questions for the Preliminary Examination are from the syllabus prescribed for the Main Written Examination . The candidates are also expected to have a general and basic overview of the main subjects and also the ability to answer questions on current events of National and International importance, Indian legal and constitutional History and governance. The candidates are also to be tested for their analytical skills and aptitude. The standard of questions shall be of graduate level.
    3. The object of the Preliminary Examination is to shortlist candidates for the Main Examination. No candidate is allowed to appear in the Main Examination unless he/she secures minimum 150 marks (read 100 marks for all reserved category candidates) in the Preliminary Examination out of 500 marks. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination are not counted towards final result. Candidates equal to 10 times the number of vacancies advertised, selected in order of their merit in the respective categories are eligible to sit in the Main Examination

    Main Examination

    1. Only those candidates who are declared successful on the basis of the Preliminary Examination are called for the Main Written Examination.
    2. Main Written Examination are of subjective/narrative type of 5 papers, which are as follows:

    Paper Syllabus

    Paper-I (Civil Law) Maximum Marks
    1.Code of Civil Procedure, 200
    2. Punjab Courts Act,
    3. Indian Contract Act,
    4. Indian Sales of Goods Act,
    5. Indian Partnership Act,
    6. Specific Relief Act,
    7. Transfer of Property Act 1882,
    8. East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act 1949 and
    9. Indian Evidence Act 1872.

    Paper-II (Civil Law) Maximum Marks
    Hindu Law, 200
    Mohammedan Law and Customary Law,
    Law of Registration and Limitation.

    Paper-III (Criminal Law) Maximum Marks
    1. Indian Penal code, 200
    2. Criminal Procedure Code
    3. Indian Evidence Act.

    Paper-IV Maximum Marks
    (English Language) 200
    English Essay (1000-1100) words, Precis,
    Words and Phrases (make sentences of the
    given words and phrases), Comprehension,

    Paper-V Maximum Marks
    (Punjabi Language) 150
    Punjabi in Gurmukhi Script.
    Paper V carries 150 marks out of which 100 marks shall be for essay
    writing and 50 marks for language and grammar.
    Bare Acts are supplied in the main examination.

    Viva Voce

    1. The Viva-Voce carries 100 marks and final result is prepared on the basis of the grand Total of the marks obtained by the candidates in the Main Examination and the Viva-Voce.
    2. No candidate is called for the Viva-Voce unless he obtains at least 50% qualifying marks in the aggregate of all the written papers and qualifies in language paper Punjabi (Gurmukhi Script). The candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes of Punjab and Backward Classes of Punjab are called for the Viva-Voce test if they obtain 45% qualifying marks in the aggregate of all written papers and qualify in Language Paper Punjabi (Gurmukhi Script).
    3. No candidate is considered to have qualified unless he/she obtains 50% marks (read 45% marks for the SC/BC category candidates) in aggregate out of the total marks of the written examination and viva-voce.
    4. The Viva-Voce relates to matters of general interest and is intended to test the candidate's alertness intelligence and general outlook. It is conducted in English.

Exam Syllabus

HPPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2019 is available below for the guidance of the candidates. Civil Judge Exam Pattern is provided below. Selection will be based on preliminary examination and Main Written (narrative) examination.

For Preliminary Examination:

S. No. Paper Name of the Subjects Total Marks Duration
1. I Civil Law – I 100 1 Hr
2. II Civil Law – II 100 1 Hr
3. III Criminal Law 100 1 Hr
  • The preliminary examination shall be an objective type examination consisting of the 3 papers.
  • Each paper is of 100 Marks.
  • Each paper will be of one-hour duration.
  • The topics of the Preliminary exam are Civil Law-I, Civil Law-II, Criminal Law.

NOTE: The syllabus for the preliminary examination shall be the same as provided for Paper-I to III for the Main examination. 

For Main (Narrative Examination):

S. No. Paper Name of the Subjects Marks
1. I Civil Law – I 200
2. II Civil Law – II 200
3. III Criminal Law 200
4. IV English Comprehension 200
5. V Language (Hindi) 100
Total 900
Viva – Voca 100
  • Main Written Exam consists of 5 papers.
  • Duration of each paper will be for 3 hours.
  • Candidates, who qualify the Main written examination, will be required to appear for Viva-voice which will be 150 marks.

After the main examination, Viva-voice will be held.

Haryana Judiciary
  • Overall Scheme of Haryana Civil Service Judicial Branch Competitive Exam :

    The examination will be conducted in three distinct stages :
    (i) Preliminary Exam – Objective Questions / MCQ based
    (ii) Main Exam – Written Descriptive / Narrative type
    (iii) Viva-Voce – Personal Interview

    Syllabus for Haryana Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Exam :

    The Preliminary Examination will be of objective type with multiple-choice questions. The question paper for H.C.S (Judicial Branch) Preliminary Examination will be of two hours.

    There will be 125 questions and each question will carry 4 marks, with negative marking – for every wrong answer 0.80 mark will be deducted.

    There will, however, be no negative marking in respect of un-attempted (un-answered) questions.

    The objective type multiple-choice question for the Preliminary Examination will be from the same syllabus as indicated for the Main Examination (See the details below).

    The candidate will be expected to have a general and basic over view of the main subjects and also the ability to answer questions on current events of national and international importance, Indian legal and constitutional history and governance. The candidate may also be tested for his analytical skills and aptitude.

    The standard of the question paper will be of Law graduate level. I.e. the standard LLB syllabus that is prescribed in BCI approved law colleges across India. Any general, analytical or aptitude questions will of a level that can be answered by well informed a person at a graduate level.

    The objective of the Preliminary Examination is to short list candidates for the Main Examination.

    To be shortlisted for the main exam, a candidate has to secure a minimum of 150 marks (100 marks for all reserved category candidates) out of the total 500 marks in the Preliminary Examination. (I.e. The minimum eligibility marks will be 30% for general category and 20% for the reserved category students.)

    Note : Candidates who qualify will have to fill-in the application forms for the main exam separately.

    Syllabus for Haryana Civil Judge (Junior Division) Main Exam:

    The Main Exam will consist of five written papers with descriptive or narrative  / essay type questions.  Each written paper will be of three hours duration. The standard of the language paper will be that of Matriculation Examination of the Board of School Education, Haryana. The  syllabus for each paper is as below :

    Paper-1 – Civil Law-1 – 200 Marks

    • Code of Civil procedure, (also touching upon the Limitation act.)
    • Punjab Courts Act, (As applicable to Haryana)
    • Indian Contract Act,
    • Indian partnership Act,
    • Sale of Goods Act,
    • Specific Relief Act,
    • Indian Evidence Act,
    • Haryana Urban (control of rent and eviction) Act, 1973.

    Paper-II – Civil Law-II– 200 Marks

    • Hindu Law (Marriage, Adoption, Inheritance & other personal, family laws)
    • Mohammedan Law and Customary Law, (Marriage, Adoption, Inheritance & other personal, family laws)
    • Law of Registration and Limitation.

    Paper-III – Criminal Law – 200 Marks

    • Indian Penal Code, (IPC)
    • Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC)
    • Indian Evidence Act,

    Paper-IV – English – 200 Marks

    • English Essay on a given topic (1000-1100 words) – 100 marks
    • Precis Writing- 25 marks
    • Words and Phrases (Making sentences with the given words and Phrases) – 25 marks
    • Comprehension – 25 marks
    • Corrections (Language, Sentence, Spelling corrections)- 25 marks

    Paper-V – Language – Hindi (in Devnagri Script) 100 Marks

    • Translation of an English passage into Hindi : 20 Marks
    • Explanation of Hindi passage in prose and poetry in the same language : 30 Marks
    • Composition (essay), idioms and corrections : 50 Marks

    Note :
    (i) Main Examination will be subjective/narrative type.
    (ii) The Main Examination will be conducted in English Medium except for language paper.
    (iii) Copy of Bare Acts of legislative enactments may be supplied. (Candidates cannot carry any material into the exam hall.)

    No candidate will be called for the viva- voce unless he obtains at least fifty percent qualifying marks in the aggregate of all the written papers. However, for the candidate belonging to the scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes, Backward Classes, Physically Handicapped and Ex-Serviceman candidates only (but not dependents of ESM) the qualifying marks for this purpose will be 45%.

     Haryana Civil Service (Judicial Branch) Viva-Voce – Personal Interview – 200 Marks Protection Status