Arunachal Pradesh Civil Judge Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Arunachal Pradesh Judiciary Exam and Pattern is issued by the Gauhati High Court. All interested candidates can look at their official site and get updates on the posts.

The building in the picture is Arunachal Pradesh High Court
Arunachal High Court

There are three stages of the Arunachal Pradesh Civil Judge Exam:

  1. Preliminary Exam – the screening test – MCQ Based – Language: English
  2. Mains Exam – Written / Subjective Based – Offline
  3. Interview – Viva Voce

The Preliminary Exam is conducted online where screening of the candidates is done and thereafter the selected candidates appear for the Mains Exam which in nature is written. Once the candidate qualifies for the written exam, becomes eligible for the Viva Voce.

Syllabus for Arunachal Pradesh Civil Judge Exam:

A. Preliminary Exam:

  1. English
  2. Aptitude
  3. General Knowledge
  4. Constitution of India
  5. Code of Civil Procedure
  6. Transfer of Property Act
  7. Indian Contract Act
  8. Indian Penal Code
  9. Criminal Procedure Code
  10. Indian Evidence Act
  11. Law of Torts

B. Mains Exam:

Paper 1 – English100 Essay Writing
Precis Writing
Grammar Writing etc
Paper 2 – General Knowledge100Objective
Paper 3 – Law Paper I100Civil Procedure Code
Constitution of India
Indian Contract Act
Transfer of Property
Paper 4 – Law Paper II100Indian Penal Code
Criminal Procedure Code
Indian Evidence Act
Law of Torts

1. English – Paper 1

  • 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 Topics & General Topics etc.

2. General Knowledge – Paper 2

  • 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.

3. Law Paper I – Paper 3

Group A – Civil Procedure Code
Group B – Constitution of India
Group C – Indian Contract Act
Group D – Transfer of Property

4. Law Paper II – 4

Group A – Indian Penal Code
Group B – Criminal Procedure Code
Group C – Indian Evidence Act
Group D – Law of Torts

Exam Pattern and Marks Distribution:

1. Preliminary Exam:

No. of Question: 100
Total Marks: 100
Duration: 120 minutes
Medium: English
Type: Computer Based

2. Mains Exams:

No. of Paper: 4
Duration: 3 hours each
Total Marks: 400

3. Viva Voce:

  • The Viva Voce is the final stage where the candidate appears for an interview. The Viva Voce carries 70 marks.


A candidate-

  • Must be a citizen of India
  • Holder of a Law degree recognized from a Law University established by Law in India
  • Eligible to practice as an Advocate in India

Age Limit

  • The upper age limit to appear in the APJS Grade-III examination is 35 years.
  • However, there are age relaxations for candidates belonging to the reserved categories – 38 years.

Concluding remark:

We hope that is helpful. Leave your comments below in case of any queries. All the best for your Arunachal Pradesh Judiciary preparation!

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