Gujarat Civil Judge Exam Syllabus Pdf Download 2022

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(I) The Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test) : (Tentatively scheduled on 15/05/2022) (i)The Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test) shall be of 100 Marks,  the duration whereof will be  02  Hours,  consisting of Multiple   Choice   Questions (MCQs)  each   of  01   Mark  with Negative Marking  of 0.33 Mark  for each  Wrong / Multiple Answer, and would be based on the following Syllabus :

Gujarat Civil Judge Syllabus 2022

Paper­ I  Part – A

(1) The Indian Penal Code, 1860

(2) The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

(3) The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

(4) The Gujarat Prohibition Act, 1949

(5) The Probation of Offenders’ Act, 1958

(6) The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015

(7) The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005

(8) The Gujarat Prevention of Gambling Act, 1887

(9) The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956

(10) Pre­conception   and   Pre­Natal   Diagnostic   Techniques   (Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994

(11) The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

(12) The Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969

(13)   The Protection of Children from Sexual Offence Act, 2012

(14) The Information Technology Act, 2000

(15) The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986

Part – B

(1) The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

(2) The Limitation Act, 1963

(3) The Indian Contract Act, 1872

(4) The Constitution of India

(5) The Indian Partnership Act, 1932

(6) The Specific Relief Act, 1963

(7) The Gujarat Court Fees Act, 2004

(8) The Sale of Goods Act, 1930

(9) The Transfer of Property Act 1882

(10) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

(11)  The Commercial Courts, Act, 2015

(12) Succession Laws, Personal Laws (Hindu, Muslim & Christian)

(13) Legal Maxims

Part – C General   Knowledge,   English   Language,   Test   of   Reasoning, Numerical   &   Mental   Ability   and   Basics   of   Computer Applications.

(ii) The language of the Question Paper of Preliminary Examination will be English Only.

(iii) Preliminary   Examination   Paper   (Objective   Type)  shall   be assessed / evaluated by the Computer, as per entries made on OMR Sheet. As the evaluation is being done on the Computer by Scanning, there is no human intervention and hence, queries relating to  rechecking of the OMR Sheets,  subsequent to the Preliminary Examination, will not be entertained by the High Court.

(iv) In view of amended Rule­7, viz. Clause (aa) of Sub­Rule (2) of Rule­7 of “The Gujarat State Judicial Service (Amendment) Rules, 2019”, Candidates  who have not passed Secondary as well as Higher Secondary Examination with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages) are required to pass the vernacular (Gujarati) Language Proficiency Test as prescribed below and to secure minimum 40% Marks for being eligible for being called for Main Written Examination.

Paper ­II: Test of Gujarati Language:

(Marks ­50 – Duration 1½  Hours)  [For those Candidates, who have not passed Secondary as well as Higher Secondary Examination with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages)]   Syllabus: 

(૧) ગગુજરરાતતી નનિબબંધ લલેખનિ

(૨) ફકરરા ઉપરથતી પ્રશશ્નોનિરા જવરાબ

(૩) સમરાનિરાથર્થી શબ્દશ્નો

(૪) નવરૂદરાથર્થી શબ્દશ્નો

(૫) પત્રલલેખનિ

(૬) ભરાષરાબંતર – અનિગુવરાદ (ગગુજરરાતતી – અબંગલેજી અનિલે અબંગલેજી – ગગુજરરાતતી)

(૭) ટબંટકનિનોંધ (કશ્નોઈપણ નવષય પર)

(૮) ગગુજરરાતતી વ્યરાકરણ

(v)  To   become   eligible   for   Main   Written   Examination,   the Candidate ­has to secure 50% or more Marks in the Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test) and must have also passed their Secondary and Higher Secondary Examinations with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages); 


has to secure 50% or more Marks in the Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test) and 40% or more Marks in the Test of Gujarati Language,   in   case   they   have   not   passed   their   Secondary   and Higher Secondary Examinations with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages).

(vi) The   Marks   obtained   by   the   Candidates   in   the   Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test) as well as the Test of Gujarati Language shall not be taken into consideration for preparing the Final Merit of the candidates.

(II)  (A) Main Written Examination (Descriptive Type) : (Tentatively scheduled for 17/07/2022)

The Candidates would be able to download their ‘e­Call­letter­cumAdmission   Slip’  from   the  HC­OJAS   Portal   – from 11/07/2022.

(i) The   Main   Written   Examination   shall  consist   of  Two  Papers, based on the Syllabus given below :

Paper­ I : (CRIMINAL) [Marks : 100, Duration : 03 Hours]

(1) The Indian Penal Code, 1860

(2) The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

(3) The Indian Evidence Act, 1872

(4) The Gujarat Prohibition Act, 1949

(5) The Probation of Offenders’ Act, 1958

(6) The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015

(7) The Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005

(8) The Gujarat Prevention of Gambling Act, 1887

(9) The Immoral Traffic (Prevention) Act, 1956

(10) Pre­conception   and   Pre­Natal   Diagnostic   Techniques 

(Prohibition of Sex Selection) Act, 1994

(11) The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881

(12) The Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969

(13)   The Protection of Children from Sexual Offence Act, 2012

(14) The Information Technology Act, 2000

(15) The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986

Paper – II : (CIVIL) [Marks : 100, Duration : 03 Hours]

(1) The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908

(2) The Limitation Act, 1963

(3) The Indian Contract Act, 1872

(4) The Constitution of India

(5) The Indian Partnership Act, 1932

 (6) The Specific Relief Act, 1963

(7) The Gujarat Court Fees Act, 2004

(8) The Sale of Goods Act, 1930

(9) The Transfer of Property Act 1882

(10) The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

(11)  The Commercial Courts, Act, 2015

(12) Succession Laws, Personal Laws (Hindu, Muslim & Christian)

(13) Legal Maxims

 (ii)  Language  of   Question   Paper­I   &   Question   Paper­II   of   Main Written Examination shall be English. Answers to Questions of Papers I & II of Main Written Examination may be given either in English or in Gujarati, if not instructed otherwise.

(iii) The   Candidates   belonging   to   Scheduled   Castes   &   Scheduled Tribes, securing minimum 45% Marks and all other Candidates securing   minimum  50%   Marks  in   the   Main   Written Examination shall be eligible for being called for Viva­voce (Oral Interview) Test, provided the Candidate has secured minimum 40% Marks in each paper.

(II)  (B) Viva­voce (Oral Interview) Test : (Tentatively scheduled on 09/10/2022)

(i) Viva­voce Test shall be of 50 Marks.

(ii) The object of the Viva­voce Test is to assess the suitability of the Candidate for the cadre by judging the mental alertness, knowledge   of   law,   clear   and   logical   exposition,   balance   of judgement, skills, attitude, ethics, power of assimilation, power of communication, character and intellectual depth and the like, of the Candidate.

(iii) For being eligible to be included in the Select List, the Candidate must have obtained a minimum of 40% Marks in the Viva­voce Test.

(iv) In view of the amended Rules viz. Sub Rule (1)(i) of Rule­11 of “The   Gujarat   State   Judicial   Service   (Amendment)   Rules, 2014”, since ‘Character’ and ‘Suitability’ of a Candidate holds an important   and   paramount   place   for   being   considered   for Appointment to the State Judicial Service, therefore, kindly note that,   these   aspects   can   be   inquired   into,   by   the   Competent Authority,   prior   to   the   Viva­Voce   (Oral   Interview)   as   per Annexure ­‘A’:

  Name of the CandidateAdvocate / EmployeePlace of Employment, if any / Place of Practice, if any
1.Whether   the   Candidate   lives   beyond   his known   means   of   income?   If   yes,   please mention specific details in support of your opinion. (Please attach the documents, if any).   
2.Whether he mixes with such persons as he should not? If yes, please mention specific details in support of your opinion. (Please annex the documents, if any).   
3.Whether  any   adverse   report   /  complaint doubting   integrity   of   the   candidate   in relation to the cases attended by  him is received?   If   yes,   please   mention   specific details and its outcome, in support of your opinion. (Please annex the documents, if any.)   
4.As   a   Competent   Authority   if   you   have learnt   about   doubtful   integrity   of   the candidate   from   any   other   source,   please mention the specific details in support of your opinion (Please annex the documents, if any).   
5.If   the   Competent   Authority   has   no knowledge   of   the   above   facts,   it   may inquire   from   the   source   like   (i)   Judicial Officer   at   Taluka   level   (ii)   Head   of   the Department   in   which   the   candidate   is serving, (iii) concerned Bar Council giving details of complaint if any, received against the   candidate,   and   submit   the   specific details as indicated above.   
6.In addition to what is stated above, the Competent   Authority   must   mention   the specific details of adverse remarks, if any, departmental   inquiry,   if   any,   whether pending or  concluded, in relation to the integrity   of   the   candidate,   supported   by necessary material.   

Gujarat High Court Civil Judge Recruitment 2022 Notification

Q1. What is the Qualification of Civil Judge in Gujarat?

Ans Civil Judge Educational Qualification:-
(i) A prospective Candidate must possess a Degree in Law from a University recognized by law in India &

– Will   have   to   pass   the   vernacular   (Gujarati)   language proficiency test. [See instructions at Item No.5(I)(iv)] 

Provided that, those candidates who have cleared their secondary   as   well   as   higher   secondary   examination   with subject of Gujarati (Higher Level at both stages), shall not be required to pass aforementioned examination.

– must be practicing as an Advocate in Courts of Civil and / or   Criminal   Jurisdiction  on   the   last   date   fixed  for submission of Online Application.

Candidates, who have passed the Degree in Law from the academic year 2009­2010 and onwards, must have also passed   the  All   India   Bar   Examination,   in   order   to   be considered   as   eligible   for   being   termed   as   a   Practicing Advocate.

Note: In the instant Recruitment Process, High Court of Gujarat has decided to allow all such Candidates to register their Online Application   who   have appeared in AIBE and waiting for result/certificate, subject to giving an undertaking to the effect that, if he/she does not clear the AIBE before Vivavoce Test / Document Verification stage, his/her Application would stand rejected. 

Q2. When will the Online Application for Gujarat High Court Recruitment 2022 start?

Ans Online Form fill up process for the Gujarat High Court Recruitment 2022 Civil Judge jobs posts has been already started from 3 February 2022 and the last date is 02 March 2022 after this date no application will be accepted.

Q3. Is the Language Proficiency Test compulsory for all in Gujarat High Court Recruitment 2022?

Ans No, only those candidates who did not have Gujarati as a subject in the 10th or 12th will have to give the LPT Test.

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