Divine Institute for Judicial services


The examination will be conducted in three distinct stages :
(i) Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)
(ii) Mains Examination (Written Type)
(iii) Personality Test (Interview)

Preliminary Exam Pattern

Subject Total Marks Duration
Law Paper-I &
Law Paper-II
(70% weightage) ,
Hindi and English
language proficiency
test (30% weightage)
100 2 Hours

Mains Exam Pattern

Subject Marks Duration
Law Paper-I (Civil Law) 100 3 hours
Law Paper-II (Criminal Law) 100 3 hours
Hindi Essay 100 3 hours
English Essay 100 3 hours
Total 400 Marks


Law Paper - 1 Law Paper - 2 Hindi English
The Arbitration &
Conciliation Act,1996
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 English Language Hindi Language
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 The Electricity Act , 2003
The Constitution of India The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
The Indian Evidence Act , 1872 The Indian Penal Code, 1860
Hindu Adoption &
Maintenance Act,1956
The Information Technology Act,2000
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 The Juvenile Justice Act , 2000
Hindu Minority &
Guardianship Act , 1956
The Narcotic Drugs and
Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985
Hindu Succession Act, 1956 The Negotiable Instrument, 1881
Indian Partnership Act,1932 The Probation of Offenders Act,1958
Indian Contract Act, 1872 The Protection of Children from
Sexual Offences Act , 2012
Indian Easements Act, 1882 Protection of Women from
Domestic Violence Act, 2005
The Legal Services
Authorities Act, 1987
The Scheduled Castes and the
Scheduled Tribes Act, 1989
The Limitation Act,1963 General Rules (Criminal), 1980
and Judgment Writing.
The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988
Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
The Registration Act , 1908
Authorities Act, 1987
The Sale of Goods Act,1930
The Specific Relief Act, 1963
The Transfer of Property
Act , 1882 Act, 1881
Interpretation of Statues,
Law of Torts,
Legal Maxims ,
Muslim Law,
Rajasthan Rajasthan
Indebtedness Act, 1957
The Protection of Women
from Domestic
Violence Act, 2005

Personality Interview Test

The number of candidates to be admitted to the interview shall be, as far as practicable, three times the total number of vacancies category-wise: Provided that to qualify for interview, a candidate shall have to secure a minimum of 35% marks in each of the law papers and 40% marks in aggregate in the main examination; Provided further that a candidate belonging to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe category, shall be deemed to be eligible for interview, if he has obtained minimum of 30% marks in each of the law papers and 35% marks in the aggregate in the main examination.