Gauhati High Court Grade-I Pre & Main Exam Syllabus 2015

Gauhati High Court Grade-I of Assam Judicial Service Preliminary Exam Syllabus And pattern 2015. Gauhati High Court  Is Going To arrange An Exam For Its Recruitment Latest Recruitment 2015 Grade-I A Huge Numbers Of Candidates Who have Applied For This given Posts Now Have Busy In Preparing For The Upcoming Examination Check here The latest Exam syllabus And pattern Here..

Gauhati High Court Grade-I Syllabus And pattern

The Gauhati High Court Grade Has Been Conduct The Preliminary Exam And Main Exam For The Recruitment Of Gauhati High Court Grade-I Candidates Who can applied For The Post Now Searching For The Latest Exam Syllabus And Pattern For The Preparation Of The Upcoming Examination So For All Those Candidate Who Search For The Syllabus Can Check The The latest Exam Syllabus Here..

Gauhati High Court Grade-I Pre & Main Exam 2015 Overview

Name Of The Exam:  Gauhati High Court Grade-I Pre & Main Exam 2015

Name Of The Organization:  The Gauhati High Court

Total Time Duration:  2:00 Hours

Total Marks:  Total 100 Marks

Preliminary Exam (Screening Test)

Exam Pattern : Exam Pattern for the Guwahati High Court Screening test is as Follows :-

  •  Written Test will be Multiple Choice Objective Type.
  •  The Time Duration of Test will be 02:00 Hours (120 Minutes).
  • Question paper consist of 100 questions & 100 Marks.

Exam Syllabus:

  1. Family Law
  2. Specific Relief Act
  3. Motor Vehicle Act
  4. Industrial And Labour Law
  5. Land Acquisition Act
  6. Constitution of India
  7. Code of Civil Procedure
  8. Indian Penal Code
  9. Transfer of Property Act
  10. Indian Evidence Act
  11. Limitation Act
  12. General Knowledge
  13. Aptitude
  14. Intelligence
  15. Test of Comprehension and Expression of Law
  16. English
  17. Legal Theories of Jurisprudence
  18. Arbitration Act
  19. Indian Contract Act
  20. Law Relating to Trust
  21. Indian Registration Act
  22. Court Fee Act

Main Exam

Exam Pattern:

  • Written Test will be Multiple Choice Objective Type.
  •  There will be four papers in final written exam.
  •  An Interview will be conducted after written exam of 50 marks.

Exam Syllabus:

I) PAPER-I : One paper of 100 marks (duration not less than 2 hours) to test the General Knowledge, aptitude, intelligence, test of comprehension and expression of law and General English including Essay Writing on legal topic and information technology.

ii) PAPER-II : One paper of 100 marks (duration not less than 2 hours) regarding objective questions and problems of law as regards the Transfer of Property Act, Civil Procedure Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, Indian Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Limitation Act, The Arbitration & Conciliation Act, I 996, the Indian Contract Act, Family Law, Law relating to Specific Relief) The Motor Vehicle Act, Industrial and Labor Law, The Land Acquisition Act, Law relating to Trust, The Indian Registration Act and the Court Fees Act.

iii) PAPER-III : One paper of 100 marks (duration not less than 2 hours) — consisting of Judgment writing (Paper Book will be supplied) — legal theories on jurisprudence, provision of Constitution of India.

iv) PAPER-IV : One paper of 50 marks (duration not less than 1 hour) to test the proficiency of the candidate in official language(s) of the State of Assam.

Important Books To Prepare:– Here are some most recommended books which are advised by most of the authors to prepare smartly with appropriate time table and step by step preparation for the written exam. These books not only helpful in preparing for the exam but also gives important tips and tricks to crack exam.

Jurisprudence (Legal Theory)

Life Living in Fantastic Energy: Taking Charge of Your Thoughts and Ideas and Harnessing the Law of Expression and Attraction

Textbook on Indian Penal Code

The Specific Relief Act, 1963

Family Law Lectures: Family Law I

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