Most of the aspirants preparing for the judicial services examination might be wondering that why should they study computers subject and why it is important, etc

Well, you need to understand that the Judiciary exam is a comprehensive exam where your knowledge is tested on every front, though, they may differ in their weightage in each stage of the examination. So, you must have a basic understanding of everything.

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This post takes you through detailed information on how to prepare for computer science for Judiciary Exams, the type of questions asked in the exam, and more.

How to Prepare Computer Science for Judiciary Exams?

Now if we try and focus on the reasons as to why a subject like Computer Science has been included can be numerous.

The first one being, it carries around 10 marks in the exam which can surely pull down your score if not given its due attention. Subjects like these tend to decide your ‘fate’ in the merit list.

It is so because every student sitting for the exam must have read everything related to LAW subjects but only very few of you must have paid attention to subjects like computers. This will help you score in these underestimated areas and surely going to make it through the exam.

  • With a pandemic setting upon us and bringing our world to a standstill, the importance of computers, the internet, mobiles, etc is increasing day by day.
  • All of the meetings, appointments with the doctor, and most importantly for all the aspirants like you finding a reason to study Computer Science, the “Proceedings of Courts” are being conducted online.
  • In such a case, it becomes even more important to have a basic knowledge of working computers.
  • It is essential to go through previous year's Question Papers of Judiciary Exams of the target states which you are aiming for in order to get an idea about the types of questions and the difficulty level.
  • The questions may be related to some inventions, years of these inventions, famous personalities in the field of computers, full forms and abbreviations, etc.

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Full Forms And Abbreviation of Computer Science for Judiciary Exams

Full forms and abbreviations are one of the most interesting topics which you come across in the computer science subject.

The abbreviation is quite easy to learn for those who have studied it during your school time but it becomes a problem for those who did not have it as a subject in your schools.

Some of the important abbreviation or full forms which have been asked and can be asked in Upcoming Judiciary Exams as well:

  • ROM (Read-Only Memory)
  • RAM (Random Access Memory)
  • CPU (Central Processing Unit)
  • GB/MB/TB (Gigabyte/Megabyte/Terabyte)
  • LAN/WAN (Local Area Network/Wide Area Network)
  • DOS (Disk Operating System)
  • URL (Uniform Resource Locator)
  • VPN (Virtual Private Network)

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It has been observed that the maximum number of questions in the judiciary exams are asked about full forms which can be learned by putting in 1-2 hours per day.  Doing this will help you fetch good marks in the Computer Science subject.

Types of Computers

The type of computers is a question where most of you might find a bit confused, as all you have heard about since your childhood is a Personal Computer(PC).

But you should be learned that there are various types of computers other than PC such as:

Personal Computers

No need to mention much about these computers. The computers we use in our daily life for various purposes, such as in offices for making presentations, for billing at a counter, for educational purposes, will fall under this category.


These computers are way more advanced than the normal computers used in our households and offices.

These computers are capable of processing large amounts of data in a few milliseconds which is used by the organizations like ISRO for very complex calculations pertaining to the distance between planets and various other organizations.

There have been instances where a question regarding India’s first Supercomputer was asked. This comes under your Static GK as well, and such factual information should be read while preparing.

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Hybrid Computers

A hybrid computer is a computer that has the features of both an analog as well as a functional computer.

It was basically designed to facilitate the working of an analog computer with a strong capability to perform calculations and has a good digital memory.

In this case, you should make sure that you read about the year in which the first hybrid computer was developed i.e. 1961.


Input and output are the topics that you find a bit difficult as you are not able to understand the difference between the two of these components of a computer. It can be understood with a simple example of an electronic pen and touch screen tablet.

The electric pen or stylus can be considered as the output which is then used to put a message onto the screen of the tablet. This command being put in is the input.

Therefore, input is anything that a user puts as a command into the system in order to get a result in response to that input which is called the output.

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Arithmetic Logic Unit

This is also called “The Brain of Computer” as it performs the arithmetic and logic operations on the basis of operands in computer systems.

Data Size

The data in computers can also be measured just like other quantifiable things in our daily life such as sales, profit, etc, and the unit to measure such parameters is money.

Similarly, the basic unit of measuring or quantifying data in computing language is BITS and BYTES, where BITS is the smallest unit of data.

There are other units of data other than the two mentioned above and they have a hierarchy of such units. The units from smallest to largest are as follows:

  • Kilobyte
  • Megabyte
  • Gigabyte
  • Terabyte
  • Petabyte

It must be remembered that every bigger unit has 1024 units preceding a smaller unit.

For example:

1 megabyte is equal to 1024 kilobytes and 1gigabyte is equal to 1024 megabytes. It is essential to learn the hierarchy stated above as it cannot be changed.

There is one more point that should be remembered that there is a difference between bits and bytes because you may use both these terms interchangeably and still used sometimes because of their same pronunciation.


Internet is a thing without which we cannot imagine our lives, especially, in this pandemic-ridden world. So it becomes equally important to know the basics of the internet and its components as questions related to the internet can be asked.

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Some of the important concepts which can be asked regarding the internet are:

IP address

It stands for Internet Protocol Address. In simple words, it can be described as the DNA of every computer system in this world as it is unique for the system.

There have been questions asked regarding its full form as well in previous year’s exams of various states.


It stands for World Wide Web. These three letters are known to everyone who has had even the slightest of interaction with the internet.

Questions regarding its founder, its year of the invention have been asked in Judiciary exams. So, it is necessary to have knowledge of WWW. This is so because it is one of the foundations of the internet and every website starts with it.

There is one more concept in the world of computers that is quite new i.e. Optic Fiber. It is more of an amalgamation of computers and physics.

These ultra-thin cables are used for wireless services by all the broadband services nowadays to provide the best speed to their users.

Questions like this may be asked in MCQ-type questions and if you know the answer it would add to the total tally of your score, thereby increasing the chances of getting into the merit list.

Timeline of Internet

Just like there is a history of everything, similarly, the computer world carries a big evolutionary history as well.

You should make notes in the form of a FLOW CHART to record the history of the internet, how it started, the important years of breakthrough inventions and discoveries, founders, companies being incorporated. For example:

1941:  Alan Turing built the prototype of a computer for decoding the messages during world war.

1958: the invention of Integrated Chips led to another revolution in the field of computer science which boosted advanced processing.

1968: INTEL was found by ROBERT NOYCE

1975: MICROSOFT was found by William Henry Bill Gates

1981: Naryana Murthy laid the foundation of India’s own IT giant- INFOSYS

1976: Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak found APPLE and a new OS was found i.e. IOS.

1996: Hotmail was invented by our very own Sabeer Bhatia

2004: Facebook bringing a paradigm shift in the way people connect

2005: video platform YOUTUBE was found

2008: Google Chrome was found under the leadership of Sundar Pichai

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This section basically deals with famous personalities being given certain names on their own.

These honorary names must be read and learned because they are very commonly asked in Prelims and Mains but also during the interview as well. 

You should be well-versed with these names. Some examples of the same are:

Father of Internet: Vint Cerf

Mayor of Silicon Valley: Robert Noyce

Indian Silicon Valley: Bengaluru


Can I complete the computer science Syllabus for judiciary exams in One month?

Yes. By following the proper preparation strategy, you can easily complete the computer science Syllabus for judiciary exams in One month.

Can I prepare for Judiciary Exam without coaching?

It completely depends on candidates. If you are finding it difficult to understand concepts, then it is suggested to take up coaching. Through the best Judiciary Exam coaching, you can crack the exam with high score easily. 

How are Question Papers useful in preparing for the Judiciary examination?

It will help you to learn more about the test format, the difficulty level of the test, and the weightage of each subject in the examination which will boost candidates speed, performance, and knowledge about the most sluggish topics and the least time-consuming topic so that their approach will conveniently cover up all the questions.

What is the weightage of Computers subject in judiciary exams?

The computers subject holds a weightage of 10 marks in the judiciary exams.

What are the important topics that need to prepared under computers for judiciary exams?

You should go through the following topics to score well in this subject:

  • Abbreviations of Computer Science
  • Types of computers
  • Input/Output
  • Data Size
  • Internet