ADJ (Punjab and Haryana)

SYLLABUS FOR MAIN WRITTEN EXAMINATION FOR DIRECT RECRUITMENT OF ADDITIONAL DISTRICT & SESSIONS JUDGES IN THE STATES OF PUNJAB AND HARYANA

PAPER-I

Indian Contract Act, 1872

Registration Act, 1908

Specific Relief Act, 1963

Transfer of Property Act, 1882

Limitation Act, 1963

Code of Civil Procedure

PAPER-II

Indian Penal Code, 1860

Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985

The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988

Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

Indian Evidence Act, 1872

PAPER-III

The Constitution of India

Interpretation of Statutes

Hindu law

Rent

 

PAPER-IV

 

(LANGUAGE PAPER) (MEANT FOR HARYANA)

English (Part (i) Essay (ii) Precis)

Hindi (Part (i) Essay (ii) Precis)

 

(LANGUAGE PAPER) (MEANT FOR PUNJAB)

English (Part (i) Essay (ii) Precis)

Punjabi (Part (i) Essay (ii) Precis)

 

PAPER-V (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE)

 

Objective type multiple choice 100 questions.

 

 

FORMAT OF THE WRITTEN EXAMINTION (HARYANA)

PAPER-I

Subjective/narrative type questions – 3 hours – 200 marks

PAPER-II

Subjective/narrative type questions – 3 hours – 200 marks

PAPER- III

Subjective/narrative type questions – 3 hours – 200 marks

PAPER-IV

3 hours – 100 marks

English Essay – 50 marks

Hindi Essay – 50 marks

PAPER- V

2 hours – General Knowledge

100 Objective type multiple choice questions – 50 marks

 

Total 750 marks

 

Note: – “Keeping in view the number of applications received, the High Court may hold a preliminary examination consisting of objective type questions from the syllabus as prescribed for the main written examination for short listing the candidates.

 

FORMAT OF THE WRITTEN EXAMINTION (PUNJAB)

 

PAPER-I

Subjective/narrative type questions – 3 hours – 200 marks

PAPER-II

Subjective/narrative type questions – 3 hours – 200 marks

PAPER- III

Subjective/narrative type questions – 3 hours – 200 marks

PAPER-IV

3 hours – 100 marks

English Essay – 50 marks

Hindi Essay – 50 marks

PAPER- V

2 hours – General Knowledge

100 Objective type multiple choice questions – 50 marks

Total 750 marks

Note: – “Keeping in view the number of applications received, the High Court may hold a preliminary examination consisting of objective type questions from the syllabus as prescribed for the main written examination for short listing the candidates.