OPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2016

OPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2016 – Odisha Public Service Commission has issued a recruitment notification for Combined Defence Services Examination II OPSC 317 Posts Recruitment 2016, it going to hire employees for Exam for Civil Judge posts. OPSC invites applications in a prescribed format for the recruitment of these 317 Civil Judge posts. For that many people were applied for this posts. The organization has going to conduct an examinations for the recruitment of employees to these posts(OPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2016). It gives better preparation for the exam.

OPSC Civil Judge Posts Selection Procedure

Candidate should be selected through a Examination. This examination will conducted through mode. Candidate who will be shortlisted in the written exam conducted by the OPSC(OPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2016).

OPSC Civil Judge Posts Examination Pattern

Candidate who were applied for these posts they will going to write Examination. This examination will consists of a single paper. This paper consists of multiple choice questions and It Contains three Parts. All candidates will undergo a common multiple-choice type examination. This examination will consists of papers:
Main Examination:
1.Compulsory Papers
Paper: I,II
Total Marks for Each Compulsory Subjects: 150 Marks
Duration: 2+1/2 Hours
Paper-I:
General English: 150 Marks
Paper-II:
Law: 150 Marks
2.Optional Papers

OPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2016

1.Compulsory Papers
Paper-I: 150 Marks
1.English:
Articles,
Noun,
Pronoun,
Adjectives,
Adverbs,
Verbs,
Conjunctions,
prepositions,
Sentence,
Clause,
Phrase,
Tenses,
Synonyms,
Antonyms,
Parts of speech,
précis writing,
questions from paragraph,
spelling,
punctuations,
letter writing,
Essay writing,
Developing the story,
Passage punctuation etc.

Paper-II: 150 Marks
Procedural Laws:
The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
The Indian Evidence Act, 1872.

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2.Optional papers:

A.Law of Crime & Law of Torts: 150 Marks

B.Personal Law: 150 Marks
a.Hindi Law.
b.Mohammedan Law.

C.Law of Property: 150 Marks
a.Transfer of Property Act, 1882.
b.Specific Relief Act, 1963.
c.Indian Limitation Act, 1963.

D.Law of Contract:
a.Indian Contract Act, 1872.
b.Sales of Goods Act, 1930.
c.Partnership Act, 1932.
d.Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881.

E.Jurisprudence and Constitution of India: 150 Marks

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