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The Punjab Judiciary Exam is conducted jointly by the High Court of Punjab & Haryana and the Punjab Public Service Commission for the recruitment of civil judges. Interested candidates can get minute details regarding the Punjab Judiciary Exam here. Go through the information to enhance your knowledge and preparation about the Punjab Judiciary.

  • 75 Judiciary Vacancies have been announced for the Punjab Judiciary Service Examination. A detailed vacancy list containing the number of posts according to categories is given.
  • The Punjab Judiciary Service Notification is yet to be released on the official website.
  • The application date for the aspiring candidates for the Punjab Judiciary Service Examination is not yet declared.
  • The post offers detailed information on exam dates, eligibility criteria, the process of application, syllabus, and other necessary aspects. 

Punjab Judiciary Service Highlights 2021

Exam  Punjab Civil Service (Judicial) Examination
Conducting Body Punjab and Haryana High Court
Posts Offered Civil Judge (Junior Division) –cum-Judicial Magistrate
No. of Vacancies 75
Salary 27,700 – 44,770 INR per month
Notification Release Date Not released
Job Location Punjab
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Punjab Judicial Services 2021 Notification Out Soon

The Punjab judiciary exam notification is released on the official website. It is an official document that cites the necessary information about the process of recruitment into the Punjab Judiciary Services. It is vital that the aspiring candidates give a detailed read to the document displayed by the exam officials.

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In case the examination is conducted by the Punjab Public Service Commission, the notification is also released on the official website of the Punjab Public Service Commission. The Punjab judiciary exam notification 2021 is yet to be released.

Candidates can refer to the notification to get details on the Judiciary Exam Pattern, salary details, vacancies, syllabus and exam schedule.

Punjab Judiciary Service Exam Dates 2021

Check out some of the important exam dates regarding the Punjab judiciary exam 2021.

Events Dates
Notification Release Date Not yet announced
Starting date for the online application form Not yet announced
Last date for the submission of the online application form Not yet announced
Punjab Judiciary Service Examination Date Not yet announced
Punjab Judiciary Service result declaration Not yet announced

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Punjab Judiciary Service Vacancy List 2021

For the Punjab judiciary 2021, a total of 75 vacancies for the position of Civil Judge is declared. The list below provides detailed information on the vacancy list for the upcoming examination.

Category with category code Posts offered
General (71) 34
Ex-Servicemen/ Lineal Dependent of Ex-Servicemen (72/73) 04
Freedom Fighter, Punjab (74) 01
Sports Person, Punjab (75) 02
Visually Impaired (76A) 01
Hearing Impaired (76B) 01
Scheduled Caste Others, Punjab (77) 09 (including 1 backlog)
Scheduled Caste Others, ESM/LDESM, Punjab (78/79) 02
Scheduled Caste Others Sports Person, Punjab (80) 01
Balmiki/ Mazhbi Sikh, Punjab (81) 09 (including 2 backlogs)
Balmiki/ Mazhbi Sikh, ESM/LDESM, Punjab (82/83) 01
Backward Classes, Punjab (85) 09
Backward Classes, ESM/LDESM, Punjab (86/87) 01

Punjab Judiciary Service Salary Details 2021

The pay scale for a Punjab civil judge ranges from 27,700 to 44,770 INR. It also includes dearness allowance, travel allowance, and other allowances as authorized by the Punjab government. However, the pay scale is subjected to change from time to time.

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Punjab Judiciary Service Examination Eligibility Criteria 2021

The detailed information on the eligibility criteria for the Punjab Judiciary PCS is given below. Candidates who meet the necessary criteria are eligible to submit the application form for appearing in the examination.

Given below is the Judiciary Exam Eligibility announced for the recruitment of Civil Judge in Punjab:

Essential Qualification

  • Aspiring candidates must have a bachelor degree in law from any of the recognized universities in India and must be qualified to be an advocate under the Advocate Act, 1961. The degree can be obtained from the Punjab University (undivided), The Tribhuwan University, Nepal, the Dacca University, and the Rangoon University, or Sind University or the Mandalay University in Burma. Candidates who are Barristers of Ireland or England or members of the Faculty of Advocates of Scotland are also qualified.
  • Aspirants must have Punjabi skills till Matric or any equivalent. 


  • Aspirants must be an Indian Citizen or
  • Candidates must be a subject of Bhutan or
  • Aspirants must be a Nepali Citizen or
  • Candidate must be a person who is of Indian origin and has migrated from Burma, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zaire, Malawi, and Zabia with the intent of settling on a permanent basis in India or
  • An aspirant must be a refugee from Tibet who entered India prior to the date of 1st January 1962 with the intent of settling on a permanent basis in India.

Apart from Indian candidates, others are required to provide an eligibility certificate issued by the Indian Government in order to obtain the appointment letter for the position.

Age Limit

  • The lower age limit and the upper age limit of the candidate is 21 and 37 years as of the last submission date of the application form. 
  • The upper age limit for all the Central/States Government employees is extended to 45 years of age.
  • The upper age limit for the candidates applying under the Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes of all States and Backward Classes only of Punjab are relaxed till 42 years.
  • The upper age limit for Physically Handicapped persons who have Punjab Domicile is extended up to 47 years.
  • The upper age limit for Divorced women, widows, and other specific categories of women is relaxed until 42 years.
  • Allowances in terms of age limit are offered to the ex-servicemen of the Domicile of Punjab. They are allowed to calculate their age by deducting the years they have provided in the service of the Armed Forces of Union. If the age calculated does not exceed more than three years of the upper age limit for the post concerned, then the candidates are eligible to appear for the examination.

Punjab Judiciary Service Examination Pattern 2021

The entire procedure for the recruitment of the Punjab Judiciary Services is completed through three different stages – the preliminary examination, the main examination, and the viva voce. Referring to the Best Books for Judiciary Exams can help one qualify the various stages of the exam:

Punjab Judiciary Preliminary Examination Pattern

  • The duration for the entire examination is 2 hours.
  • The question pattern is objective, with 125 multiple-choice questions.
  • The total score assigned to the prelims is 500.
  • Each wrong answer leads to the deduction of 0.20% of the score assigned per question.
  • The topics include current events, aptitude, main law subjects, and constitutional history.

Punjab Judiciary Main Examination Pattern

  • There are five papers under the Punjab Judiciary Main Examination
  • Four papers are assigned a score of 200 and one with 150
  • The duration of each paper is 3 hours.
  • The format of the Punjab Judiciary Main Examination is narrative.
  • All the papers are conducted in the English language except for the language paper.

Punjab Judiciary Viva Voce Pattern

  • Only the candidates securing at least a 50% score on all the written papers are eligible for the viva voce.
  • The total score for the Punjab Judiciary Viva Voce is 100. 
  • The Viva Voce is conducted in the English language.

Punjab Judiciary Service Examination Syllabus 2021

The details regarding the Punjab PCS Judiciary 2021 are given below. Candidates must give a thorough read to the syllabus to ensure that you gain a letter of appointment to the Punjab Judiciary Service.

Punjab Judicial Preliminary Examination Syllabus

  • The format of the question paper is objective and has 125 multiple-choice questions.
  • Only candidates who can obtain at least 150 marks in the preliminary examination are qualified for the main examination.
  • The score obtained in the prelims is not counted in the end result.
  • Candidates equaling 10 times the vacancy spots declared, procured according to their merit are eligible for the main examination. The number can change.
  • If more than one candidate gets the same score at the final number, then all of the candidates will be considered eligible for appearing in the main examination. 

Topics to be covered

Candidates need to follow the topics given below to clear the preliminary examination as per the Punjab Judiciary Syllabus:

  • Aptitude, analytical skills, and reasoning
  • Main subjects of Law
  • Indian legal and constitutional history and governance
  • Current national and international events

Punjab Judicial Main Examination Syllabus

  • The main examination consists of five papers.
  • The format of the question paper is narrative or subjective.
  • Candidates applying for the main examination have to obtain a distinct application form from the office of the Commission after the clearance of the preliminary exam.
  • The language paper matches the standard with the Matriculation Examination of the Board of School Education, Haryana.

Topics to be covered

The details given below highlight the topics that need to be studied to get enlisted for the next stage 0- viva voce. Solve Judiciary Exams Question Papers for these topics to score the maximum in the exam.

Civil Law – I (Paper I)

  • The Sale of Goods Act
  • The Code of Civil Procedure
  • The Transfer of Property Act
  • The Punjab Courts Act
  • Specific Relief Act
  • The Indian Evidence Act
  • The Indian Partnership Act
  • The Indian Contract Act
  • The East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act 

Civil Law – II (Paper II)

  • Muslim Law
  • Limitation and Registration Law
  • Customary Law
  • Hindu Law

Criminal Law (Paper III)

  • The Code of Criminal Procedure
  • The Indian Penal Code
  • The Indian Evidence Act

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English (Paper IV)

  • Essay writing (1000-1100 words)
  • Comprehension
  • Correction of sentence
  • Precis writing
  • Making sentences with particular phrases and words

Language (Paper V)

  • Translations of Punjabi, which is given in the Gurumukhi script.
  • The only paper with total marks of 150. 


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