Telangana Judicial Service Examination – Syllabus and overview

Overview and detailed preliminary and main syllabus of the Telangana Judicial Service Examination conducted every year by the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad
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The Telangana Judicial Service Examination is conducted every year by the High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad. The notification is published on the Telangana High Court’s official website at : http://hc.ts.nic.in and / or the website of the state’s public service commission (If the exam is conducted by the PSC) at Telangana Public Service Commission(TSPSC)

Due to the relatively recent bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana; and since the High Court was also same till recently, the pattern and syllabus of the Judicial Service Exam for both these states is similar. State level laws of the erstwhile Andhra Pradesh are to be replaced with their equivalents for Telangana. (As of 2019, the erstwhile AP laws have been continued in the Telangana syllabus)

The process of selection shall comprise of,
a) Screening Test, which is objective in form; (if the number of applications exceeds 10 times the number of notified vacancies) – Also known as Preliminary Exam
b) Written Examination shall carry 80 marks – Main Exam
c) Viva Voce, which shall carry 20 marks – Interview

Candidates who are qualified in the Screening Test, if held, shall be short-listed to the level of 1:10, of the available vacancies in each category, in the order of merit, conferring eligibility upon them, to appear in the written examination.

The marks obtained in the screening test shall not be added to the marks obtained in the written examination and they shall not be counted for determining final order of the merit of the candidates, as the screening test is conducted for the purpose of short listing the candidates.

The Questions in the examinations shall be answered only in English.

In the selection process, the proficiency and knowledge of applicants in the following areas of law. (The syllabus is common for both Preliminary and Main Papers)

Civil Laws:
1) Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
2) Indian Contract Act, 1872.
3) Hindu Marriage Act 1955,
4) Hindu Succession Act 1956,
5) Indian Easements Act 1882,
6) Specific Relief Act 1963,
7) Limitation Act 1963,
8) Transfer of Property Act 1882,
9) Civil Rules of Practice
10) Registration Act 1908, and Indian Stamp Act 1899,
11) A.P.Land Encroachment Act, 1905 (Not replaced with any Telangana act.)
12) Andhra Pradesh Buildings (Lease, Rent & Eviction) Control Act 1960, (As of 2019, the syllabus is accurate. (Not replaced with any Telangana act.)
13) Indian Evidence Act,1872

CRIMINAL LAWS:
1) Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
2) Indian Penal Code, 1860
3) Indian Evidence Act, 1872
4) Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
5) Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
6) Criminal Rules of Practice
7) A. P. Excise Act, 1968 (Not replaced with any Telangana act.)
8) A.P. Gaming Act, 1974 (Not replaced with any Telangana act.)
9) Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act.

In the Viva Voce, the academic knowledge of a candidate, his/her communication skills, his/her tact and ability to handle various situations in the Court, will be tested.

MINIMUM MARKS:
a) Only such candidates who secure 40% marks (for OC category), 35% (for BC category), and 30% (for SC and ST categories), in case of direct recruitment, shall be treated as qualified in the written examination.
b) In case of the candidates for Recruitment by Transfer, the qualifying marks are 40%, in the written examination for O.Cs and B.Cs, and 30% for SC/ST candidates.

MERIT LIST:
After result of written examination is announced, qualified candidates in the ratio of 1:3 of the available vacancies in the respective categories shall be called for Viva Voce.

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Telangana Judicial Service Examination – Syllabus and overview
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  1. i need some help regarding telangana notificationof civil judge,on many sites it is shown that notification is out and that it is avaiable on their official site bt its not there i have been searching from several days.and as per available information the last date is 15 september. im clueless what to do?i was hoping if u could share some direct link to the form it would be of great help.thanku

    1. Hi Ankita, since the Judicial Services Exams are held under the aegis of the State High Courts (even if they are conducted by other agencies), the official notification for recruitment, shortlisting and results will be published on the official website. For Telangana, the notifications are published on http://hc.tap.nic.in/aphc/notifications.html

      Currently we could not see any notification for 2018 exams. There are results and updates from the previous exams. The best option would be to call Sri. M. Rajamouli Sarma Registrar(Recruitment) Telangana HC at 23449602, 23688204, 9490153402 and check if there is any current recruitment open and clarify the details.

    1. A person who has been practicing for not less than three(3) years as an Advocate, as on the date of publication of the notification/advertisement in the news papers, shall be eligible to apply for the post of Civil
      Judge under Direct Recruitment. So fresh graduates are not eligible.

    1. This is the latest 2019 syllabus for the Civil Judge exam and there is no current affairs in the syllabus.

      Civil Laws:
      1) Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
      2) Indian Contract Act, 1872.
      3) Hindu Marriage Act 1955,
      4) Hindu Succession Act 1956,
      5) Indian Easements Act 1882,
      6) Specific Relief Act 1963,
      7) Limitation Act 1963,
      8) Transfer of Property Act 1882,
      9) Civil Rules of Practice
      10) Registration Act 1908, and Indian Stamp Act 1899,
      11) A.P.Land Encroachment Act, 1905
      12) Andhra Pradesh Buildings (Lease, Rent & Eviction) Control Act 1960,
      13) Indian Evidence Act,1872

      CRIMINAL LAWS:
      1) Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
      2) Indian Penal Code, 1860
      3) Indian Evidence Act, 1872
      4) Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
      5) Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
      6) Criminal Rules of Practice
      7) A. P. Excise Act, 1968
      8) A.P.Gaming Act, 1974
      9) Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act.

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