Monday, July 8, 2019

REVISED ANSWER KEY | JHARKHAND CIVIL JUDGE PRELIMS EXAM | JHARKHAND JUDICIAL SERVICE | JHARKHAND PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION | JPSC |


Jharkhand Public Service Commission has announced the revised answer key of Civil Judge Junior Division Prelims Examination held on 27/05/2019 vide Advt No. 12 / 2018. The exam was conducted by Jharkhand Public Service Commission. Original Answer Key published by the commission on 31/05/2019. To check the original answer key CLICK HERE


The revise answer key and notification to that effect is given below:



Sunday, July 7, 2019

RJS MAIN EXAM QUESTION PAPER 2017 | CRIMINAL LAW QUESTION PAPER | RAJASTHAN JUDICIAL SERVICE | CIVIL JUDGE | RJS EXAM 2017 | RJS PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER |

Rajasthan Judicial Service Exam is conducted by Rajasthan High Court. The exam is conducted in 3 stages. For Scheme and Syllabus of Exam CLICK HERE

Below given are the questions of Rajasthan Judicial Service Main Examination (Criminal Paper) 2017 along with the marks allocated to each question. Questions from only those subjects are provided which forms the part of New Syllabus of Rajasthan Judicial Service.



1. How and when a Magistrate of First Class can issue process in a private complaint. (3 marks)

2. F wife of M, living in state of adultery. P, father of M files a written complaint before magistrate against F under Section 494 IPC. Whether, criminal proceedings can be initiated against F? Explain with reason. (3 marks)

3. A Court of Sessions, while convicting the accused for offence under section 325, 307 IPC, imposes a sentence of 10 years simple imprisonment and fine of Rs. 50,000/- out of which 30,000/- to be given to injured-victim as compensation. Briefly, examine the legality of the order for compensation, after applying relevant provisions of Cr.P.C. (3 Marks)

4. Summarize, the Power of a Judge, under Section 165 Evidence Act. (3 marks)

5. Hari prosecutes kalu for adultery with his wife Neelu. Kalu denies that Neelu is wife of Hari. The Court convicts kalu for the adultery. Afterwards, Neelu is prosecuted for bigamy in marrying Kalu during Hari’s lifetime. Neelu says that she never married to Hari. Hari produced copy of judgment, wherein , kalu was convicted for adultery with neelu. Whether judgment in case of kalu is relevant against Neelu? Explain in brief with relevant provisions. (3 marks)

6. A just for enjoyment and fun with labours working in his field, drives a tractor around them in rash and negligent manner. Next day he repeats the same act in same mood and manner. A labour get hit by the tractor and resultantly, dies. Whether, A has committed any offence on both the days? Explain with brief reasons. (3 marks)

7. Madan married Geeta as per Hindu rites and ceremonies in year 2001. Just after 9 months of marriage, they began to live separately in different towns due to rift. After 7 years, Geeta married with an unmarried person Suresh, after disclosing all the facts to him. Madan after knowing about the marriage of Geeta, also get married with a legally divorcee Hindu lady Babita, concealing the facts about his previousmarriage. State with brief regarding Criminal liability (if any) of Madan, Geeta, Suresh and Babita. (3 marks)

8. What is the definition of “Sexual Harassment”, under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012. (3 Marks)

9. SC ST Act (3 marks)

10. SC ST Act (3 marks)

11. A filed a complaint before a magistrate against B for house trespass. During inquiry made by the court under Section 202 Cr.P.C., A produced and examined C as his witness. Afterwards, due to death of C, he could not be examined during the trail. Whether statement of C recorded during inquiry is relevant as previous statement and can be used against B in the trial? Explain in brief with reasons. (4 marks)

12. What are the silent features of the offence “Giving false evidence” and “Fabricating false evidence”.  Explain in brief. (4 marks)

13. Explain in short the definition of “Domestic Violence” under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005. (4 marks)

14. NDPS (4 marks)

15. Whether, is it mandatory for Juvenile Justice Board to release the child in conflict with law on bail, alleged to have committed an offence? When and for which offences bail can be denied, explain rationally. (4 marks)  
         
16. POSCO (5 marks)

17. Make a comparative discussion in brief, with regard to mode of recording of evidence and power to award sentence in summary trial cases, as embodied in provisions of Cr.P.C. and Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881. (5 Marks)

18. Discuss in detail the provisions of Cr.P.C. with regard to contents of charge and the alteration of charge during the trial with consequence thereto. (6 marks)

19. A gives a cheque of Rs. 10Lakhs to B on 01.01.2014, for the discharge of his debt, knowingly that sufficient fund is not in his bank account. Cheque returned by bank unpaid and A is prosecuted by B for offence u/s 138 Negotiable Instrument Act. But, after trial, A is acquitted by court on 01.02.2018. Afterwards, on 02.02.2018, B files another compliant before magistrate against A u/s 420 IPC (Cheating), for same cheque. Whether, plea of double jeopardy as provided in Section 300 Cr.P.C can be taken by A? discuss elaborately with reasons and precedents. (6 marks)

20. What is “Dowry Death”? Explain the presumption provided under Section 113-B of Evidence Act. When it can be invoked and what is its effect on burden of proof. (8 marks)

21. R is charged for voluntarily causing grievous hurt by using acid on Sunita. During the trial following facts are established:
        i.            About 15 days prior to incident, while sunita was going to college along with her friend Suman, R proposed Sunita to marry but she vehemently denied as she was going to marry with another person. R threatened her.
     ii.            On fateful day of incident while Sunita was going to market along with her friend Suman, a biker threw acid on her and fleed away.
   iii.            Oral testimony as well as medical opinion reveals that Sunita received injuries of facial disfiguration by the use of acid. No injury sign was found on the body of R.
   iv.            Except Sunita and Suman, the other eye-witnesses did not support prosecution case.
      v.            A bottle with residuary of acid was recovered from the room of R.
Write a reasoned Judgment, keeping in mind the aspect of Compensation also. (10 Marks)

22. Judgment writing  Criminal (10 marks)



P.S. Please consult and confirm from the statute, official, legal and reliable sources all the information given here.

You understand that this is not intended as a substitute of books, bare acts, and other study material. Before you begin to read and rely on any information contained in this series it is your responsibility to ensure that what you are reading and what you are doing is best for your situation. 

Saturday, July 6, 2019

MAIN EXAM QUESTION PAPER | CIVIL QUESTION PAPER | RAJASTHAN JUDICIAL SERVICE | CIVIL JUDGE | RJS EXAM 2017 | RJS PREVIOUS YEAR QUESTION PAPER |


Rajasthan Judicial Service Exam is conducted by Rajasthan High Court. The exam is conducted in 3 stages. For Scheme and Syllabus of Exam CLICK HERE

Below given are the questions of Rajasthan Judicial Service Main Examination (Civil Paper) 2017 along with the marks allocated to each question. Questions from only those subjects are provided which forms the part of New Syllabus of Rajasthan Judicial Service.

1. A person who creates resistance in the execution of a decree, what remedies are available to decree holder against such person? (2 marks)

2. Explain the circumstances in which subsequent pleadings (rejoinder) may be filed. Is there any limitation provided in law for filing subsequent pleadings? (2 Marks)

3. Under the provisions of Specific Relief Act, 1963, what remedies are available to a person dispossessed from the immovable property? Explain. (2 marks)

4. Municipality Act (3 marks)

5. Municipality Act (3 marks)

6. Easement: (3 marks)
           
7. (Hindu law) (3 marks)

8. What is “Priviledged Communication” under Indian Evidence Act? Describe its kind, in brief. (4 Marks)

9. Section 45 and 73 of Indian Evidence Act are complementary to each other. Discuss     (4 Marks)

10. Distinguish “Invalid Decree” and “Void Decree”.  Whether a void decree can be challenged in collateral proceedings, explain. (4 marks)

11. A filed a criminal complaint against B for robbery. A and B enter into an agreement whereby, A agrees to withdraw the prosecution on B’s promise to give value of stolen property. Is this agreement enforceable? Answer with reasons. (4 marks)

12. Partnership Act (4 marks)

13. Muslim Law (4 marks)

14. A woman, during her live-in-relationship with a man, subjected to Domestic Violence. Can such woman get remedy under the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005? (4 Marks)

15. Rajasthan Stamps Act (4 Marks)

16. The Plaintiff, on 15.07.2015 instituted a suit for recovery of money for price of goods sold to the defendant. It was pleaded that the goods were cold vide invoice dated 15.04.2012. The defendant had given a cheque on 06.05.2015 for the invoice amount. The said cheque was returned unpaid by bank on 13.05.2015. The defendant filed written statement and raised preliminary objection that the suit is barred by Limitation. The Court framed preliminary issue of law that “As to whether the suit is barred by limitation”.  Decide the issue with support of relevant law.  (4 Marks)


17. The application of the plaintiff under Order XXXIX Rule 1 and 2 of the CPC was rejected by the trial court on 10.01.2017. The plaintiff preferred an appeal against the oder, which was dismissed as withdrawn. The plaintiff thereafter applied to the trial court to review the rejection order dated 10.01.2017. The defendant raised a preliminary objection that since, the appeal has been dismissed as withdrawn; hence the review application is not maintainable. Decide the preliminary objection. (4 marks)

18. A suit for eviction was filed by plaintiff along with all original documents against defendant on 10.01.2010. The defendant filed written statement on 12.01.2012 along with original lease deed dated 10.01.1986, issued by competent authority in favour of his grandfather. Issues were framed on 10.08.2014 and plaintiff concluded his evidence on 01.01.2016. During the evidence on 10.01.2017, the defendant exhibited the original lease deed. At the time of final argument, the defendant requested to draw presumption under Section 90 of Evidence Act, with regard to the original lease deed. Per contra, the plaintiff argued that since, on the dated of filing the suit or filing of a written statement of framing of issues, the document was not 30 years old, therefore, such presumption cannot be drawn under Section 90. (4 marks)

19. Rajasthan Court Fees and Suits Valuation Act, 1961 (4 marks)

20. Doctrine of Part Performance, provided in section 53-A of the Transfer of Property Act, is right as well as defence. Discuss. (6 marks)

21. Muslim Law (6 marks)

22. Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005  (6 Marks)

23. Tenancy Act (6 marks)

24. Judgment Writing (10 marks)

P.S. Please consult and confirm from the statute, official, legal and reliable sources all the information given here.

You understand that this is not intended as a substitute of books, bare acts, and other study material. Before you begin to read and rely on any information contained in this series it is your responsibility to ensure that what you are reading and what you are doing is best for your situation.