Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023: Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) published the new advertisement for 155 Posts of BPSC 32nd Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination 2023 on its official website. Have you applied for Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023 and want details of the syllabus? This article provides you a brief about Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023.
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023: Overview
For the ease of candidates, we have summarized the Bihar Judiciary Exam Syllabus 2023 Overview in the below table. Check more details here.
|Bihar Judiciary Syllabus|
|Organization||Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC)|
|Exam Name||32nd Bihar Judicial Services Examinations 2023|
|Online Application Starts on||27th February 2023|
|Bihar Judiciary Exam Date 2023||4th June 2023|
|Last Date to Apply||27th March 2023|
|Selection Process||Prelims, Mains & Interview|
Bihar Judiciary Exam Syllabus 2023: Selection Process
Bihar Judiciary Examination takes place at three stages –
- Prelims (Objective type)
- Mains (Written Examination)
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023 for Mains and Prelims in Hindi
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023
The detailed Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023 for Prelims and Mains Exam is mentioned below.
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus – Prelims
The Bihar Judiciary Prelims Examination is a multiple choice test and is divided into two papers-
|Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023
|Paper||Subject||Max. Marks||Time Alloted|
|Paper 1- General knowledge||
|Paper 2 – Law||
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023 – Mains
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus for mains is divided into two parts – compulsory papers and optional papers. For the optional paper the applicant has to select 3 out the 5 available options.
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus for compulsory subjects:
|Law and Evidence Procedure||
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus for optional subjects:-
( Candidates have to select 3 out of 5 subjects)
|Constitutional and Administrative Law of India||
|Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law||Hindu Law: Format of Sources – Various Branches (Schools), Marriage, Paternity, Adoption, Joint Family and Joint Property, Impartible Estate, Debt, Transfer, Division, Succession, Female Wealth, Widow & Estate, Will, Donation, Religious and endowment.
Muhammadan Law: Sources of Muslim law, origin, and development of various branches, the extent of its application in
India, Sharia Act (Sharia Act), 1937, the effect of converting to Islam, succession, and administration, Wills, Hewa, Hebabil Abaj, Waqf-maintenance, Legitimacy and Acknowledgement, Guardianship.
|Law of Transfer of Property and Principles of Equity||
|Law of Contracts and Torts||
Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023 – Interview
The final round of the selection process is the interview. The candidate should have a complete understanding of all parts of the law, professional experience, appropriate legal papers, and so on. 100 marks are allocated to the in–person interview. In order to make it to the merit list, the candidate must achieve a minimum of 35% in the interview.