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Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis 2022

Author : Palak Khanna

April 13, 2022

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Haryana Public Service Commission has scheduled the Haryana Judiciary mains exam from 06 May 2022 to 08 May 2022. 

We will provide you with all the authentic information gathered from the students about the paper analysis as soon as the exam is over.

Going through exam analysis will give a fair idea about the difficulty level of the paper and the type of questions asked in the exam. It will also help you understand better the areas to focus on more for better results. 

Stay tuned for all the latest updates on the Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis 2022. To get an idea about the exam, you can check the previous analysis from the post below.

As the mains examination is around the corner, enhance your last-minute preparation by practicing the previous year's question papers for Haryana Judiciary Exam.

HJS Exam Prelims Exam Analysis 2021

The Haryana Public Service Commission had successfully concluded the Haryana Civil Judge Prelims Exam on 13 November 2021.

As per the paper analysis, the overall difficulty level of the exam was easy-moderate compared to the last year.

The following were some of the key highlights of the Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis for the preliminary exam:

Download Free Study Material for Haryana Judiciary Exams by Judiciary Gold

  • Most of the questions were based on major laws such as the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) and Civil Procedure Code (CPC), and they are section centric.
  • Questions asked about general knowledge, and current affairs were fairly easy.
  • Most of the CrPC questions were easier side compared to the CPC questions.
  • Also, there were direct questions on Section 82 and section 463 of the Indian Penal Code in the exam.
  • Questions from other minor Acts such as Specific Relief, Sale and Goods Act, Registration, Limitation, and Partnership were less in number.

Number of Questions Asked in Haryana Judiciary Prelims Exam 2021

As said above, current affairs questions were considered fairly easy than law subject-based questions. The questions related to family law were based on Punishment for irrevocable divorce, the Iddat period, etc.

Check out the table below to know the number of questions asked from each topic in the Haryana Judiciary prelims exam.

Subject Number of Questions
General Knowledge 16
Family Law 17
Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) 17
Indian Penal Code 13
Evidence Act,1872 13
CPC, 1908 16
Contract Act, 1872 6
Limitation Act, 1963 3
Registration Act, 1908 3
Specific Relief Act, 1963 3
Sale and Good Act, 1930 3
Partnership Act, 1930 2
Constitution 9
Local Law 4

Read moreLast 10-year paper analysis for Haryana Judiciary Exam

Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis  2018

As per the student's review, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult.

  • The question paper had a total of 125 questions.
  • Four marks were awarded for each correct answer.
  • There were questions based on both bare acts and application-based based questions.
  • Most of the questions were repeated from the previous year's papers.

haryana judiciary mock test

haryana judiciary Mock test

Number of Questions Asked in Haryana Judiciary Exam 2018

According to the Haryana Judiciary past 10-year paper analysis, most of the questions in the prelims exam were based on the Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act, and current affairs.

To help you understand the number of questions asked on each topic, we have provided a detailed analysis in the table below.

Subject Number of Questions
Indian Contract Act 6
Civil Procedure Code 22
Criminal Procedure Code 12
Indian Penal Code 7
Specific Relief Act 3
Indian Partnership Act 3
Indian Evidence Act 17
Sale of Goods Act 3
Muslim Law 3
Hindu Law 11
Limitation Act 6
Registration Act 3
Haryana Local Laws 2
Current affairs and Legal GK 27

Type of Questions Asked in HJS Exam 2018

To ease your Harayana Judiciary Prelims Exam Preparation, we have curated a few essential questions that were asked in the previous year's exam.

Q) In law, a man is presumed to be dead if he is not heard of as alive for:

A) 4 years

B) 7 years

C) 10 years

D) 15 years

Q) A sentence of death by a lower court:

A) must be confirmed by High Court

B) must be confirmed by Supreme Court

C) must be confirmed by President

D) is operational if no appeal is made to High Courts.

Q) Which of the following types of companies/organizations issue ULIP? (The ULIPS were recently in news)

A) Insurance companies

B) Banks

C) NABARD

D) RBI 5) All of these

Read more: Important topics with weightage for Haryana Judiciary Exam

Q) Insurance business in India is regulated by which of the following authorities?

A) NFCG

B) IRDA

C) CII

D) FICCI

E) All of these

Q) As per the news in various financial newspapers, Larson & Toubro (L&T) is planning to enter the insurance business in India. Otherwise, what is the major business of L&T, which it is known for?

A) Newspaper Publications

B) Media Entertainment

C) Car and Automobile Production

D) Textiles

E) Heavy Engineering & Construction

Frequently Asked Questions

To avoid stress or any sort of panic during the exam, focus on what you know the best. Attempt the sections that you are confident about and start answering the ones you know the answers first.
One can read any good newspaper for Current Affairs preparation. Usually, The Hindu is preferred by judiciary exam aspirants due to its precise and concise articles.
Yes. Solving previous year papers will help improve your time management skills, speed, and accuracy in the final exam and that would definitely help you score good marks in the exam.
You an expect general and state specific GK questions in Judiciary Exam. 

The important topics that need to be prepared for the Aptitude section of the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus include permutation and combination, probability, time & distance, percentage, work & time, number system, mixture & allegation.

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Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis 2022

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : April 13, 2022

SHARE

Haryana Public Service Commission has scheduled the Haryana Judiciary mains exam from 06 May 2022 to 08 May 2022. 

We will provide you with all the authentic information gathered from the students about the paper analysis as soon as the exam is over.

Going through exam analysis will give a fair idea about the difficulty level of the paper and the type of questions asked in the exam. It will also help you understand better the areas to focus on more for better results. 

Stay tuned for all the latest updates on the Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis 2022. To get an idea about the exam, you can check the previous analysis from the post below.

As the mains examination is around the corner, enhance your last-minute preparation by practicing the previous year's question papers for Haryana Judiciary Exam.

HJS Exam Prelims Exam Analysis 2021

The Haryana Public Service Commission had successfully concluded the Haryana Civil Judge Prelims Exam on 13 November 2021.

As per the paper analysis, the overall difficulty level of the exam was easy-moderate compared to the last year.

The following were some of the key highlights of the Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis for the preliminary exam:

Download Free Study Material for Haryana Judiciary Exams by Judiciary Gold

  • Most of the questions were based on major laws such as the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) and Civil Procedure Code (CPC), and they are section centric.
  • Questions asked about general knowledge, and current affairs were fairly easy.
  • Most of the CrPC questions were easier side compared to the CPC questions.
  • Also, there were direct questions on Section 82 and section 463 of the Indian Penal Code in the exam.
  • Questions from other minor Acts such as Specific Relief, Sale and Goods Act, Registration, Limitation, and Partnership were less in number.

Number of Questions Asked in Haryana Judiciary Prelims Exam 2021

As said above, current affairs questions were considered fairly easy than law subject-based questions. The questions related to family law were based on Punishment for irrevocable divorce, the Iddat period, etc.

Check out the table below to know the number of questions asked from each topic in the Haryana Judiciary prelims exam.

Subject Number of Questions
General Knowledge 16
Family Law 17
Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) 17
Indian Penal Code 13
Evidence Act,1872 13
CPC, 1908 16
Contract Act, 1872 6
Limitation Act, 1963 3
Registration Act, 1908 3
Specific Relief Act, 1963 3
Sale and Good Act, 1930 3
Partnership Act, 1930 2
Constitution 9
Local Law 4

Read moreLast 10-year paper analysis for Haryana Judiciary Exam

Haryana Judiciary Exam Analysis  2018

As per the student's review, the overall difficulty level of the exam was moderate to difficult.

  • The question paper had a total of 125 questions.
  • Four marks were awarded for each correct answer.
  • There were questions based on both bare acts and application-based based questions.
  • Most of the questions were repeated from the previous year's papers.

haryana judiciary mock test

haryana judiciary Mock test

Number of Questions Asked in Haryana Judiciary Exam 2018

According to the Haryana Judiciary past 10-year paper analysis, most of the questions in the prelims exam were based on the Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act, and current affairs.

To help you understand the number of questions asked on each topic, we have provided a detailed analysis in the table below.

Subject Number of Questions
Indian Contract Act 6
Civil Procedure Code 22
Criminal Procedure Code 12
Indian Penal Code 7
Specific Relief Act 3
Indian Partnership Act 3
Indian Evidence Act 17
Sale of Goods Act 3
Muslim Law 3
Hindu Law 11
Limitation Act 6
Registration Act 3
Haryana Local Laws 2
Current affairs and Legal GK 27

Type of Questions Asked in HJS Exam 2018

To ease your Harayana Judiciary Prelims Exam Preparation, we have curated a few essential questions that were asked in the previous year's exam.

Q) In law, a man is presumed to be dead if he is not heard of as alive for:

A) 4 years

B) 7 years

C) 10 years

D) 15 years

Q) A sentence of death by a lower court:

A) must be confirmed by High Court

B) must be confirmed by Supreme Court

C) must be confirmed by President

D) is operational if no appeal is made to High Courts.

Q) Which of the following types of companies/organizations issue ULIP? (The ULIPS were recently in news)

A) Insurance companies

B) Banks

C) NABARD

D) RBI 5) All of these

Read more: Important topics with weightage for Haryana Judiciary Exam

Q) Insurance business in India is regulated by which of the following authorities?

A) NFCG

B) IRDA

C) CII

D) FICCI

E) All of these

Q) As per the news in various financial newspapers, Larson & Toubro (L&T) is planning to enter the insurance business in India. Otherwise, what is the major business of L&T, which it is known for?

A) Newspaper Publications

B) Media Entertainment

C) Car and Automobile Production

D) Textiles

E) Heavy Engineering & Construction

Frequently Asked Questions

To avoid stress or any sort of panic during the exam, focus on what you know the best. Attempt the sections that you are confident about and start answering the ones you know the answers first.
One can read any good newspaper for Current Affairs preparation. Usually, The Hindu is preferred by judiciary exam aspirants due to its precise and concise articles.
Yes. Solving previous year papers will help improve your time management skills, speed, and accuracy in the final exam and that would definitely help you score good marks in the exam.
You an expect general and state specific GK questions in Judiciary Exam. 

The important topics that need to be prepared for the Aptitude section of the Haryana Judiciary Syllabus include permutation and combination, probability, time & distance, percentage, work & time, number system, mixture & allegation.

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