January 30, 2024

Making the decision to enlist in the prestigious Rajasthan Judicial Services requires commitment and legal knowledge. The Rajasthan Judiciary Exam provides entry to a career that maintains the cornerstones of the state’s legal system while laying the groundwork for it.

In the state’s legal system, aspirants for the post of judicial officer must pass the rigorous Rajasthan Judiciary Exam. Aspiring lawyers undergo a rigorous review procedure that evaluates both their understanding of the law and their ability to apply it practically. Law enthusiasts become the defenders of justice on this journey.

Rjs syllabus: Overview

The official notification from the Rajasthan High Court includes the syllabus for the RJS exam. So, being familiar with the RJS syllabus aids in understanding the importance of the courses and improving test scores for the next Rajasthan judiciary exams.

  • Objective-type Preliminary Examination: The preliminary exam measures a candidate’s knowledge in a number of disciplines, including law, Hindi proficiency, and English proficiency.
  • Subjective-type Mains Examination: The Mains examination is a descriptive test that evaluates the candidate’s understanding of language, criminal law, and civil law, among other topics.
  • Interview: The interview is the last exam phase, during which candidates’ dispositions, aptitude for communication, and general awareness are assessed.

Rajasthan civil judge syllabus: Details

Rajasthan judicial services syllabus


  • Skills in Tenses
  • Skills in Articles and Determiners
  • Skills in Phrasal Verbs and Idioms
  • Skills in Active & Passive Voice
  • Skills in Co-ordination & Subordination
  • Skills in Direct and Indirect Speech
  • Skills in Modals expressing various concepts- (Obligation, Request, Permission, Prohibition, Intention, Condition, Probability, Possibility, Purpose, Reason, Companions, Contrast.)
  • Skills in Antonyms and Synonyms.


  • शब्द रचना- संधि एवं संधि धवच्छे द, समास, उपसर्गप्रत्यय
  • तत्सम, अिगतत्सम, तद्भव, देशज, धवदेशी
  • संज्ञा] सवगनाम] धवशेषण] धिया] अव्यय (धिया धवशेषण, सम्बन्ध सूचक] धवस्मयबोिक धनपात)
  • शब्द ज्ञान: पयागयवाची, धवलोम, शब्द युग्ोंका अर्गभेद, वाक्ांश के धलए सार्गक शब्द, और धभन्नार्गक
  • शब्द, समानार्ी शब्दोंका धववेक, उपयुक्त शब्द चयन, �
  • शब्द शुद्धि
  • व्याकरधणक कोधियााँ: परसर्ग, धलंर्, वचन, पुरुष, काल, वृधि, पक्ष, और वाच्य
  • वाक् रचना
  • वाक् शुद्धि
  • धवराम धचन्ोंका प्रयोर्
  • मुहावरे/ लोकोद्धक्तयााँ
  • पररभाधषक शब्दावली: प्रशासधनक, धवधिक (धवशेषतः)

Rajasthan judiciary syllabus: Mains Examination

The mains examination will have four exam papers and be of a subjective nature.

Paper I: Law (carrying 100 marks)

  • Questions posed on the Specific Relief Act (1963)
  • Questions posed on the Indian Contract Act (1872)
  • Questions posed on the Indian Evidence Act (1872)
  • Questions posed on the Transfer of Property Act (1882)
  • Questions posed on the Code of Civil Procedure Code (l908)
  • Questions posed on the Constitution of India
  • Questions posed on the Limitation Act (1963)
  • Questions posed on the Interpretation of Statues
  • Questions posed on the Rajasthan Rent Control Act (2001)
  • Questions posed on the Order or Judgment Writing

Paper II: Law (carrying 100 marks)

  • Questions posed on the Indian Penal Code (1860)
  • Questions posed on the Indian Evidence Act (1872)
  • Questions posed on the Negotiable Instruments Act (1881) (Chapter XVII)
  • Questions posed on the Probation of Offenders Act (1958)
  • Questions posed on the Code of Criminal Procedure (1973)
  • Questions posed on the Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act (1986)
  • Questions posed on the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act (2005)
  • Questions posed on the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (2012)
  • Questions posed on the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act (2013)
  • Questions posed on the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act (2015)
  • Questions posed on the Framing of Charge or Judgment Writing.

Paper III: Hindi Paper (carrying 50 marks)

  • An essay in Hindi with a maximum score of 50.

Paper IV: English Paper (carrying 50 marks)

  • An English essay with a maximum score of 50.

The Rajasthan Judiciary examination outcomes will have a major impact on the future of the state’s judicial sector. By supporting diverse competence, fostering an environment of ongoing learning, emphasizing digital literacy, and adjusting to modern challenges, the examination may play a crucial role in fostering innovation and quality in the legal industry.

In the not-too-distant future, the court of Rajasthan will need to maintain its rich legal legacy while simultaneously responding to the needs of a modern and fast- changing society.

State-specific legislation, constitutional law, civil law, criminal law, general knowledge, and the Rajasthani language are among the topics covered in the Rajasthan Judiciary Syllabus. Prospective candidates taking the Rajasthan Judiciary Examination 2024 need to thoroughly research these subjects and stay up to date on the most recent legal and contemporary trends.

  • Get ready for both the preliminary and main exams.
  • Before you begin preparing and formulating your plan, review your syllabus.
  • Don’t leave anything till the last minute; instead, concentrate on both important and minor things concurrently.
  • Take your own notes; you’ll comprehend things better that way.

All the best for your exams! Do well.

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