Delhi Judiciary Exam Syllabus 2018

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Delhi Judicial Services Exam Pattern 2018

The examination will be conducted in three phases:
Phase I – Preliminary Exam
Phase II – Mains Exam (Written)
Phase III – Viva Voce
Phase I – Preliminary Examination
Ø  You will face the Preliminary exam first, which is an objective test of 200 marks.
Ø  This will act as a screening test.
Ø  The questions will be based on the following subjects –
Ø  Aptitude
Ø  General Knowledge
Ø  Candidates Power of expression
Ø  English
Ø  Constitution of India
Ø  Code of Civil Procedure
Ø  Code of Criminal Procedure
Ø  Indian Penal Code
Ø  Contract Act
Ø  Partnership Act
Ø  Principles Governing Arbitration Law
Ø  Specific Relief and Limitation Act
o   Evidence act

Phase II – Mains Examination



GK  &
Civil Law-I


Civil Law-II
Criminal Law


Section I – General Knowledge & Language

This will test your knowledge of Current Affairs, how updated you are with all the happenings around the world.
Sec. No
Essay, Translation
& Precis Writing


·         This is to test your knowledge and power of expression in English.

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·         There will be Negative Marking.
·         You will be given two passages for translating from English to Hindi (in Devanagari Script) and vice versa.

Section II – Civil Law I

You will be asked questions based on the Indian Contract Act, Indian Sale of Goods Act, Indian Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act, Hindu Law, Mohammadan Law, Delhi Rent Control Act and Law of Torts.

Section III – Civil Law-II

You will be asked questions based on Civil Procedure Code, Law of Evidence, Law of Limitation & Law of Registration.

Section IV – Criminal Law

You will be asked questions based on Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code & Indian Evidence Act.
**Minimum marks are 40% in written paper and aggregate of 50% to qualify for Viva Voce. Relaxation of 5% each has been made for SC/ST/PwD.

Phase III – Viva Voce :

Ø  Viva Voce (Interview) will carry 150 marks.
Ø  You need to score at least 50 % (Relaxable by 5% for RC) to qualify.
Ø  Aggregate of the marks obtained by you in both Viva and Written exam will determine your position.
Detailed Syllabus of Delhi Judicial Services 
General Awareness
Ø  Geography.
Ø  Economic Scene.
Ø  Daily News.
Ø  Famous Personalities.
Ø  National & Internation affairs.
Ø  States & Capitals.
Ø  General Polity including Indian Constitution.
Ø  Sports & Games.
Ø  Scientific Research.
Ø  Current Events.
Ø  History.
Ø  Culture.
Ø  Countries and Capitals.
Ø  Countries & Currencies.
Ø  Art & Culture.
Ø  Current GK.
Ø  Idioms & Phrases.
Ø  Antonyms.
Ø  Sentence Corrections.
Ø  Error Spotting/Phrase Replacement.
Ø  Adverb.
Ø  Adjectives.
Ø  Para Jumbles.
Ø  Sentence Rearrangement.
Ø  Subject-Verb Agreement.
Ø  Synonyms.
Ø  Reading Comprehension.
Ø  Missing Verbs.
Ø  Phrase Replacement.
Ø  Fill in the Blanks.
Ø  Verb.
Ø  Unseen Passages.
Ø  Cloze Test.
Ø  Meanings.
Ø  Word Formations.
Ø  Articles.
Ø  Grammar.
Civil Law I
Ø  Specific Relief Act.
Ø  Indian Contract Act.
Ø  Indian Sale of Goods Act.
Ø  Delhi Rent Control Act & Law of Torts.
Ø  Mohammedan Law.
Ø  Indian Partnership Act.
Civil Law II
Ø  Law of Evidence.
Ø  Delhi Judicial Services for Criminal Law.
Ø  Civil Procedure Law.
Ø  Law of Registration.
Ø  Law of Limitation.
Criminal Law
Ø  Criminal Procedure Code.
Ø  Indian Penal Code.
Ø  Indian Evidence Act.




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