The Bihar Public Service Commission decides the exam pattern for civil judge examination. This post shall take you through a detailed Bihar Judiciary Exam Pattern for prelims, mains, and interviews. 

The competitive examination for the recruitment to the post of Rajasthan Civil Judge shall be conducted in three stages i.e. Prelims, Mains, and Interview.

Bihar Judiciary Exam Pattern 2021 Highlights

  • Bihar Judicial Services prelims phase will be 350 Marks consisting of two papers Paper-I (General Studies) and Paper-II (Law). Along with the pattern, you need to go through the Bihar Judiciary Syllabus and to enhance your preparation and better succeed in the exam.
  • Bihar Judiciary mains examination will be of 1050 Marks consisting of five compulsory and three option subjects.
  • Bihar Judicial Service mains exam, general Hindi and General English paper will be qualifying in nature.
  • The last stage is the interview/personality test of 100 marks which will be conducted for the successful candidates of the Mains written test.

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Bihar Judiciary Prelims Exam Pattern 2020

There will be two papers in the Bihar Civil Judge preliminary examination Paper I and Paper-II. Paper 1 will have questions on General Studies consisting of 100 Marks and Paper 2 will have questions on the Law consisting of 150 Marks.

  • The preliminary exam will consist of Objective type MCQ questions and only the qualifiers are eligible for the Main Examination.
  • The preliminary examination will be qualifying in nature, its marks will not be counted for the final selection. 
  •  the minimum qualifying marks will be 45% for the general category candidates and 40% for the reserved category candidates.
  • The Bihar Judicial Services exam will be conducted on 6th December 2020 and the admit card for the same can be downloaded from 23rd November 2020 at the official website.
  • Bihar Judiciary Prelims Paper-I of General studies will have a duration of 90 minutes, from 11:30, am to 1:00 pm.
  • Bihar Judiciary Prelims Paper-II of Law will have a duration of 120 minutes, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
  • Solving Bihar Judiciary Question Papers will help you to know the difficulty level of the paper and the type of questions asked in the exam.
Number of Papers 2
Total Topics 8
Topics General Knowledge including current affairs, Elementary General Science, Law of Evidence and Procedure, Constitutional and Administrative Law of India, Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law, Law of Transfer of Property, Principles of Equity, Law of Trusts and Specific Relief, Law of Contracts and Torts & Commercial Law
Total Marks 350
Total Time 210 minutes(Paper-I: 90 minutes and Paper-II: 120 minutes)
Mode Offline
Question Type Objective (MCQs)

Bihar Judiciary Mains Exam Pattern 2020

There will be five compulsory and three optional papers consisting of 1050 Marks in the Bpsc mains exam.

  • The mains exam will consist of writing descriptive questions and only the candidates who have been declared successful in this test will be eligible for the Interview process.
  • BPSC mains exam score will be used in the final allotment process. 
  • the minimum qualifying marks will be 45% for the general category candidates and 40% for the reserved category candidates.
  • For the Mains Examination, the qualifying marks for the reserved category candidates including women and partially disabled candidates will be 5% less for each principal subject from general category candidates.
Number of Papers 8
Mandatory Subjects 5
Optional Subjects 3 out of 5
Total Marks 1050
Mode Offline
Question Type Written descriptive/ Narrative

BPSC Interview Process

An interview/personality test of 100 marks will be conducted for the successful candidates in the Mains written test. The qualifying score for the oral (interview) examination will be 35 percent. 

  • The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of the sum of marks obtained in written examination and interview.
  • If an officer of the cadre of civil judge (junior category) quits or resigns before completion of three years of service. It has to be reported three months in advance or in lieu of that, a cash deposit equivalent to three months salary, etc.

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Bihar Judiciary mock test

FAQ's

How many papers are there in Bihar judicial services mains examination 2020?

There a total of eight papers in the Bihar judicial services mains examination, five are mandatory subjects and three are optional subjects.


What is the time duration of Bihar judicial services prelims examination 2020?

The Bihar Judicial Services exam will be conducted on 6th December 2020 and the admit card for the same can be downloaded from 23rd November 2020 at the official website.

  • Bihar Judiciary Prelims Paper-I of General studies will have a duration of 90 minutes, from 11:30, am to 1:00 pm.
  • Bihar Judiciary Prelims Paper-II of Law will have a duration of 120 minutes, from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

What are the compulsory and optional Subjects in the Bihar judiciary mains examination?

There are five compulsory papers in the mains exam which include, General Knowledge and Current Affairs, Elementary General Science, General Hindi, General English, Law of Evidence and Procedure

In the optional subjects, candidates will be required to choose 3 subjects out of the following five optional subjects:

  • Constitution and Administrative Law of India
  • Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law
  • Law of Transfer of Property and Principle of Equity, Law of Trust and Specific Relief
  • Law of Contract and Torts
  • Commercial Law

What is the total number of vacancies of the Bihar Civil Judge Junior Division in Bihar Judicial services recruitment 2020?

There are a total of 221 vacancies to the Bihar Civil Judge Junior Division published in an advertisement for the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Recruitment.


What is the BPSC PCS J prelims exam pattern?

There will be two objective type qualifying papers in the Bihar Civil Judge preliminary examination Paper I and Paper-II. Paper 1 will have questions on General Studies consisting of 100 Marks and Paper 2 will have questions on the Law consisting of 150 Marks.