Tripura Judicial Service Grade-III Exam 2021

Eligibility | Dates | Pattern | Syllabus

Last Updated on 12th October, 2021
UPSC

Tripura Judicial Service Examination is conducted by the High Court/ Tripura Public Service Commission to hire subordinates in judicial services for Grade – III (Fresh Graduates) positions within the State of Tripura.

Grade – III Judicial Officers means the Judicial Officer designated as Civil Judge (Junior Division) on the Civil side and Sub – Divisional Judicial Magistrate & Judicial Magistrate on the Criminal side (as the case may be). The examination is conducted as per the rules given under Tripura Judicial Service Rules, 2003 (as amended).

These exams focus on Indian legal and constitutional governance and history, current developments of national and international interest, and analytical aptitude and skills of the candidate.

Exam Highlights
Level of Exam Graduate, State Level
Exam Medium English
Exam Frequency Once in a year
Purpose of the Exam To recruit “Grade-III” Judicial Officers for the State of Tripura.
Conducting Body Tripura High Court/ Tripura Public Service Commission
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TJS Grade-III Exam Eligibity Criteria 2021

  1. Nationality
  2. A candidate must be a citizen of India as defined in Article 5 & 6 of the Constitution of India.

  3. Educational Qualification
  4. To be eligible to appear in the Tripura Judicial Service Grade-III (TJS Grade-III) Examination, the candidate must be a holder of a Degree in Law from a Bar Council of India (BCI) recognized university.

    The candidate also must hold the license of practice as an advocate i.e he/she must clear the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) for appearing in the Tripura Judicial Service Grade-III Examination.

  5. Age Limit
  6. The age of the candidate to appear in the TJS Grade-III examination should be minimum of 21 years and maximum of 35 years.
    However, there are age relaxations for candidates belonging to the reserved categories. They are given below in the table:
    Category Upper Age Limit
    Schedule Caste 38 years
    Schedule Tribe 38 years

  7. Restrictions on Attempts
  8. There is no attempt restriction for the candidates provided the upper age limit has not been exceeded.

TJS Grade-III Exam Important Dates 2021

Event Date
Starting Date of Application February 2, 2021
Last Date of Application March 1, 2021
Preliminary Exam May 16, 2021

TJS Grade-III Exam Pattern 2021

The selection process of Tripura Judicial Service Grade – III examination segregated into three stages. One stage is followed by another.

  • Stage 1: Preliminary examination
  • Stage 2: Main examination
  • Stage 3: Viva – Voce/ Interview

Pattern for Preliminary Examination

The Candidates will have to appear in a Preliminary Examination (objective type multiple choice) of 100 Marks. The candidates will have to obtain 60% (50% for Reserved Category) or more marks in the Preliminary will be eligible for appearing in the final written examination.

Sl. No. Name of the Paper/Section Nature Nos. of Questions Question Type Duration Negative Marking Marks
1 Preliminary Paper

To test the General knowledge, Current Affairs, Mental Ability and Knowledge of law.

Merit Ranking Nature Objective (Multiple Choice) 120 mins 100
Total Marks* 100

*The total marks shown here are considered for merit ranking purposes.

Pattern for Main Examination

The Main Written Examination will be of 500 marks comprising five papers. A total of 500 marks will be considered for raking.

All the candidates must obtain 60% (50% for Reserved Category) or more marks or corresponding grade in the Final written examination to be eligible for Viva-Voce.

Sl. No. Name of the Paper/Section Nature Nos. of Questions Question Type Duration Negative Marking Marks
1 English

To assess the command over the English language.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
2 Bengali

To assess the command over the English language.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
3 General Knowledge

To test the general knowledge, aptitude, intelligence and ability of reasoning of the candidate.

Merit Ranking Nature Objective (Multiple Choice) 180 mins 100
4 Law Paper – I

To test the knowledge of law & intelligence in solving the problems emerged during the process of law.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
5 Law Paper – II

Expert Knowledge in law is necessary to solve the problems in various fields of law.

Merit Ranking Nature Descriptive 180 mins 100
Total Marks* 500

*The total marks shown here are considered for merit ranking purposes.

Pattern for Viva-Voce/Interview

Total marks allotted: 100

This is the final stage of the Grade – III examination. The candidates would be called for Viva-Voce/ Interview at a ratio of 1:3 (i.e. three candidates against one post) subject to marks obtained as stated above. The selected candidates must secure the cut – off marks as decided by the authority in the Viva – Voce/ Interview.

TJS Grade-III Exam Syllabus 2021

Syllabus for Preliminary Examination

1 Preliminary Paper

  • General Knowledge
  • Aptitude
  • English
  • Constitution of India
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Indian Contract Act
  • Law of Torts
  • Local laws of Tripura

Points Related to the Preliminary Examination

The High Court reserves the right to called on the basis of 1:10 ratio i.e. 10 (Ten) candidates will be called against 1 (one) vacancy for the final written examination if the number of candidates disproportionately large against the number of vacancies.

Syllabus for Main Examination

1 English

  • English Grammer:
    Synonyms, Homonyms, Antonyms, Direct and Indirect speech, Data Interpretation, Spotting Errors, Passage Completion, Word Formation, Sentence Completion, Part of Speech, Error Correction (Phrase in Bold), Theme Detection, Spelling Test, Fill in the blanks, Sentence Improvement, Sentence Arrangement, Substitution, Joining Sentences, Tenses, Active and Passive Voice, Idioms and Phrases, Para Completion, Translation, Error Correction (Underlined Part), Punctuation, Comprehension, Passage writing.
  • Precis-writing.
  • Essay writing on Legal Topic & General Topic Etc.
  • 2 Bengali

    • Translation of an English Passage into Bengali – 25 Marks.
    • Translation of an Bengali Passage into English – 25 Marks.
    • Essay Writing – 30 Marks.
    • Report Writing to Newspaper on social/specific problem to publish it to draw the attention of the authority – 20 Marks.

    3 General Knowledge

    Indian History, India & World Geography, Indian & World Economy, Current Affairs, Politics, General Science, Technology, Indian Culture, Famous Places in India and World, Famous Personalities, Honors and Awards, World Organisations, Sports, Books and Authors, Days and Years, Inventions.

    Areas, Averages, Simplification and Approximation, Races and Games, Probability, Numbers and Ages, Quadratic Equations, Odd Man Out, Boats and Streams, Indices and Surds, Pipes and Cisterns, Compound Interest, Permutations and Combinations, Problems on Trains, Problems on LCM and HCF, Volumes, Percentages, Problems on Numbers, Simple Interest, Time and Distance, Mensuration, Profit and Loss, Ratio and Proportion, Mixtures and Allegations, Simple Equations, Time and Work, Partnership.

    Situation reaction test, Number series, Assertion and reason, Logical Venn diagram, Coding-decoding, Data Sufficiency, Blood relations, Sequential output tracing, Puzzle test, Logical sequence test, Direction sense test, Classifications, Inserting the missing characters, Eligibility test, Analogy, Syllogism, Inequalities, Alphabet test, Machine input, Alpha-numerical sequence puzzle, Sitting arrangement, Arithmetical operations, Numbers, ranking, and time sequence test.

    4 Law Paper – I

  • Group A: Constitution Of India
  • Group B: Code of Civil Procedure
  • Group C: Indian Contract Act
  • Group D: Transfer of Property
  • 5 Law Paper – II

  • Group A: Indian Penal Code
  • Group B: Criminal Procedure code
  • Group C: Indian Evidence Act
  • Group D: Law of Torts
  • Points Related to the Main Examination

    The candidates are expected to refer to the relevant decisions of the Apex Court and the High Court while writing answers in Paper – IV and Paper – V.

    Syllabus for Viva-Voce/Interview

    There is no specified syllabus for Viva – Voce but the interview is intended to supplement the written examination for testing the general and specialised knowledge in law & other subjects as well as the abilities to solve the problem during the course of work.

    The Board will pay special attention to assess:

    • intellectual curiosity;
    • critical powers of assimilation;
    • balance of judgment and alertness of mind;
    • the ability for social cohesion;
    • integrity of character initiative and
    • capacity for leadership.

    The candidate will be expected to have taken an intelligent interest not only in his/her subjects of law but also in events which are happening around him/her both within and outside his/her own State or Country.

    They must have knowledge in the field of Current Affairs, New Discoveries & Inventions also. The technique of the interview is not that of a strict cross-examination, but of a natural, through directed and purposive conversation intended to reveal the candidate’s mental qualities and his/her grasp of problems.

    Points Related to the Viva-Voce/Interview

    The selection of candidates shall be made on the basis of cumulative grade value obtained in the Main Examination and Viva-Voce/Interview.
    The decision of the authority as to the eligibility or otherwise of a candidate at any stage of the selection process shall be final.

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