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I m going to be a law graduate next year but very much confused regarding judicial exams as i m not prepared to it and even at the very primary stage i m unable to understand the standered of exam.my questions are:

1- i dont know what are the basics and what is thorough studies?
2- my english is too weak, how can i improve it beside reading newspapers?
3- what is the method of reading news papers to improve english?
4- what kind of interview is taken in judicial exams(regarding questions)?
5- what should be studied for current affairs and pakistan affairs?
6- what should be studied for everyday science?
7- beside this, any useful tips which u think better for new candidate to follow in preparation of exams.
please do me favour and help me out regarding these questions.
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hi dear.
i feel that my base was not strong as it needed in CSS, but anyhow i start to read about CSS buy the books and make the strong belief that i will appear in exam once even,
now at this time i studied the CSS subject from last 4 months and never thought that i am weak in studies, and that idea really work for me. now i able talk on any matter my confidence grew to much and i am hopefull now.
just start studies and make mind that you have to do it...............
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I m going to be a law graduate next year but very much confused regarding judicial exams as i m not prepared to it and even at the very primary stage i m unable to understand the standered of exam.my questions are:

1- i dont know what are the basics and what is thorough studies?
2- my english is too weak, how can i improve it beside reading newspapers?
3- what is the method of reading news papers to improve english?
4- what kind of interview is taken in judicial exams(regarding questions)?
5- what should be studied for current affairs and pakistan affairs?
6- what should be studied for everyday science?
7- beside this, any useful tips which u think better for new candidate to follow in preparation of exams.
please do me favour and help me out regarding these questions.
well dear habib
dont worry regarding judiciary... u a law graduate and there will be no problem for u in exam.
u have to prepare 8 papers
english genrl
pushtho/urdu
G.Knowledge
civil law 1
civil law 2
criminal law
muslim law jurisprudence
qanoone shahdat and pleadings.

bare actts are provided with all the acts.

for english do read any good book of gramer like oxford grammar or wrin and martin or comprehnsive by madan sood.

try to read all the imp articles of news paper.

if any other querry so come up and b specific.

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exceptions to ur statement are, muslim law and jurisprudence and pleadings and Hadood Ordinance.
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exceptions to ur statement are, muslim law and jurisprudence and pleadings and Hadood Ordinance.
well of course exeption are always there.............

i statetd that bare acts are provided with all the acts........ muslim law plesings are not acts.......

english... urdu.... GK are also withot bare acts.....

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fine i admit my mistake but again it is better to clear every single point for the purpose of guiding. so i did the same to clear ur statement.

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fine i admit my mistake but again it is better to clear every single point for the purpose of guiding. so i did the same to clear ur statement.

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well being a graduate of law one knw well that where bare acts are availble.

still thanx if u cleard someone,s point.

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I m going to be a law graduate next year but very much confused regarding judicial exams as i m not prepared to it and even at the very primary stage i m unable to understand the standard of exam. my questions are:
Welcome to CSSForum!

First of all thank you for your enquiry.

As you are going to be a law graduate next year, therefore, I suggest you to please go through following essential matters regarding eligibility, syllabus, and the method for submitting your application etc. for Judicial Exam conducted by Punjab Public Service Commission.

QUALIFICATIONS:-
A candidate should possess a Degree in Law from a recognized University entitling him to practice the Profession of Law or is a Member of the Faculty of Advocates of Scotland.

EXPERIENCE:
Two years active practice as an Advocate from the date of enrolment as member of any Bar Association preceding the date of advertisement.

ELIGIBILITY:
Both male and female citizens of Pakistan domiciled in any district of the Province of the Punjab.

PAY:
BS-17 + Rs.8000/- (Judicial Allowance) + Rs.5000/- (Conveyance Allowance)

AGE LIMIT:
22 to 30 years on closing date for submission of your application with certain relaxation as mentioned in the Service Rules/ instructions to candidates attached with the Application Form.

SYLLABUS:
The written examination shall be of eight Compulsory Subjects for all the candidates. There are no optional subjects. A candidate shall answer the papers in English except the paper at Sr. No. 2 unless otherwise directed. Time allowed for each subjective paper shall be 3 Hours and MCQ Type paper shall be of 2 Hours. The subjects and maximum marks allocated to each subject shall be as shown below:-

1. English including Essay (maximum marks 100)

2. Urdu including Essay (maximum marks 100)

3. Islamic Studies, Pakistan Studies & General Knowledge (Objective) (maximum marks 100)

4. Civil Law-I (Subjective) (maximum marks 150)

5. Civil Law-II (Subjective) (maximum marks 150)

6. Criminal Law (Subjective) (maximum marks 150)

7. General Law (Subjective) (maximum marks 150)

Total Marks : 900




8. Viva Voce including Psychological Test Marks : 200


GRAND TOTAL : 1100





English
This paper is intended to test the ability of the candidates in functional English comprising précis writing, translation from Urdu into English, composition, usage of idioms and an essay on one of the several specified topics.

Urdu
This paper will test the ability of the candidates to translate an English passage into Urdu, usage of legal terms in Urdu, composition, précis writing, use of idioms and an essay on one of the several specified topics.

Islamic Studies, Pakistan Studies & General Knowledge
This will be MCQ type paper on Pakistan Studies, basic principles of Islam, fundamental beliefs and practices, everyday science, current world affairs and also broad facts of historical, political, geographical and economic significance.

Civil Law-I
(1) The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908.
(2) The West Pakistan Civil Court Ordinance, 1962.
(3) The Contract Act, 1872.
(4) The Sale of Goods Act, 1930.
(5) The Specific Relief Act, 1877.

Civil Law-II
(1) Muhammadan Law.
(2) The Muslim Family Law Ordinance, 1961.
(3) The Family Court Act, 1964.
(4) The Registration Act, 1908.
(5) The Stamps Act, 1899.
(6) The Limitation Act, 1908.
(7) The Guardian and Wards Act, 1890.

Criminal Law
(1) The Pakistan Penal Code, 1898.
(2) The Criminal Procedure Code, 1898.
(3) The Police Order, 2002.
(4) The Offence against Property (Enforcement of Hadd) Ordinance of 1979.
(5) The Prohibition (Enforcement of Hadd) Order, 1979.

General Law Part-I 75 Marks
The Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order, 1984.
Part-II 75 Marks
(1) The Land Revenue Act, 1967.
(2) The Small Claims and Minor Offences Courts Ordinance, 2002.
(3) The Juvenile Justice System Ordinance, 2000.

Important Notes
a) No candidate shall be summoned for Viva Voce and Psychological test unless he has obtained at least 33 percent marks in each individual written paper and 50 percent marks in the aggregate of the written portion of the examination. No candidates shall be considered to have qualified in the examination unless he also obtains at least 50 percent marks in Viva Voce and Psychological tests. Failure in or absence in Viva Voce and Psychological tests shall mean that the candidate has failed to qualify for appointment and his name will not be included in the merit list.

b) Names of candidates who qualify shall be arranged in order of merit according to the aggregate marks obtained in the examination.

c) In the event of a tie, the order of merit shall be determined in accordance with the highest marks secured in the Psychological/Viva Voce tests, should the marks in the Psychological/Viva Voce test of the candidates who tie, be equal then the order of merit shall be decided in accordance with the highest marks obtained by such candidates in the aggregate of the compulsory subjects. If these are the same, then the elder candidate would be placed above the younger one.

d) Non-Muslim candidates have the option either to attempt MCQs Islamic Studies or the same number of questions in a separate section.

e) All the papers other than Civil Law-I, Civil Law-II, Criminal Law & General Law will be of B.A level, while the four papers relating to Law will be of LL.B. level.

f) A candidate must obtain 33 percent marks in each of the written papers. A candidate must obtain 50 percent marks in the aggregate of all written papers. (0.50 or more marks will be rounded off). Thereafter qualifying candidates must also secure 50% marks in the interview to be finally successful.

g) In the MCQ type paper Negative marking will be applicable and 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.

h) The date sheet and place of the examination will be intimated separately to each candidate through admission letter and press.

1. FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED WITH THE APPLICATION FORM:-

a) All Educational Certificates such as Matric/Inter/B.A. /LL.B.

b) Valid Certificate of Domicile of the candidate in any district of the Punjab Province issued by District Magistrate/District Coordination Officer and copy of National Identity Card (old & new computerized).

c) One latest Passport size photograph ( Both for Male and Female candidates ) attested by at least a Govt. officer of BS-16 or above who should give his/her full name and designation and affix his/her rubber stamp and signatures to be pasted on the application at the proper place

d) Experience Certificate on the prescribed form PPSC-4 attached with the application form, must be obtained from the President District Bar Association duly countersigned and affixing rubber stamps of the District and Sessions Judge concerned (in original).

e) The candidates applying for the post of Civil Judges-cum-Judicial Magistrates must submit an Affidavit (on stamp paper of Rs.20/-) declaring that he/she had been actively practicing the profession of law during the two years preceding the date of advertisement and during this period he/she had not engaged himself/herself in any other whole time service, business or as the case may be, occupation for gain.

f) Punjab Bar Council’s upto date/valid registration certificate showing the date of enrolment.

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2- my English is too weak, how can i improve it beside reading newspapers?
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3- what is the method of reading news papers to improve English?
Newspapers are good source of vocabulary, but English improvement you need good control over grammar.


Go through following link

http://www.cssforum.com.pk/css-compu...s-composition/


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4- what kind of interview is taken in judicial exams(regarding questions)?

It is a later stage, first you need to qualify for written examination.
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5- what should be studied for current affairs and Pakistan affairs?
6- what should be studied for everyday science?
7- beside this, any useful tips which u think better for new candidate to follow in preparation of exams.


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EXPERIENCE:
Two years active practice as an Advocate from the date of enrolment as member of any Bar Association preceding the date of advertisement.

ELIGIBILITY:
Both male and female citizens of Pakistan domiciled in any district of the Province of the Punjab.

PAY:
BS-17 + Rs.8000/- (Judicial Allowance) + Rs.5000/- (Conveyance Allowance)

AGE LIMIT:
22 to 30 years on closing date for submission of your application with certain relaxation as mentioned in the Service Rules/ instructions to candidates attached with the Application Form.

in NWFP there is no need of experience.
BPS 18
age limit 23 to 32
vive marks 100.

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Thanks for correction.

First, I thought he belongs to Punjab. Therefore I gave him details of Punjab Public Service Commission.

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