January 19, 2024
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Judicial Service of Rajasthan is referred to as RJS. Every year, the Rajasthan High Court holds the Rajasthan Judicial Service Competitive Examination in an effort to find qualified applicants for legal roles and Civil Judge vacancies. The preliminary examination, the mains examination, and the interview round are the three major phases of the RJS exam. The examination is administered in both Hindi and English. The candidates will be chosen in the end based on the mains and interview marks they received.

Rjs exam pattern: Overview

The Rajasthan Judicial Services exam consists of three stages: the Prelims, Mains, and Viva-voce (personal interview), according to the official Rjs notification.

  • Every exam stage has a different examination pattern.
  • Each of the three stages is qualifying in character.
  • The only candidates who can take the main exam are those who go through and qualify for the preliminary examination.
  • An applicant must qualify for the mains exam to be considered for the interview.

Rjs exam pattern: Details

Rjs pre exam pattern:

  • There are 100 multiple choice questions (of an objective nature) in the RJS Pre Exam Pattern which lasts for two hours.
  • Candidates are exempt from the Rajasthan judiciary’s negative marking criteria.
  • There are two sections in the Rajasthan Judiciary Pre Exam Pattern, i.e., Law and Hindi & English.
  • For the Pre Exam, the Law Paper I and II syllabus will carry 70% of the total weight.
  • A 30% weighting will be applied to assess the candidate’s proficiency in both Hindi and English.
  • The minimal aggregate required to qualify for the exam is 40% for SC/ST students and 45% for those in other categories.

Rjs mains exam pattern:

  • The second stage is the descriptive exam, the RJS Mains Exam.
  • There are four papers in the RJS Mains Exam Pattern.
  • Candidates in the RJS Judiciary process who passed the RJS Pre Exam can proceed to the following round.
  • For candidates to move on to the following round, they must receive an aggregate score of 40%.
  • Every paper will be conducted independently.
  • The Law Paper I (Civil Law) carrying 100 marks has to be attempted within 3 Hours (180 Minutes)
  • Law Paper-II (Criminal Law) carrying 100 marks has to be attempted within 3 Hours (180 Minutes)
  • A Hindi Essay carrying 50 marks has to be attempted within 2 Hours (120 Minutes)
  • English Essay carrying 50 marks has to be attempted within 2 Hours (120 Minutes)

RJS Interview/Viva Voce Round:

  • Those who qualified for the RJS Mains examination will be invited to the exam’s Vice-Voce interview process.
  • Applicants may participate in the interview phase if they qualify for the mains exam. The interview phase is worth 35 marks.
  • Candidates will be questioned about a variety of topics during the Rajasthan Judiciary Interview, including their academic and personal backgrounds, current events, legal expertise, and general knowledge.
  • The candidates will receive additional marks according to how well-versed they are in the dialect and the social customs of Rajasthan.
  • The candidates who will meet the requirements best as per the criteria and according to their record during College or University level, and their entire personality and attitude.

“REVISION”: The Key to Succeed in Rajasthan Judiciary Examination 2024

  • Retention of Information: Revision helps students retain information by helping to cement the concepts and ideas they have learned during the learning process.
  • Clarification of any Doubts: Applicants can address any queries or worries they may have about concepts they initially found difficult to understand throughout the revision process.
  • Identifying Weaknesses: With revision, candidates can identify their areas of weakness and growth. After that, they can focus on strengthening their weak areas.
  • Management of Time: Candidates can plan their study sessions based on their areas of strength and weakness and their areas of preparation need because of revision, which helps with time management. They have the capacity to give each topic and problem the proper amount of time.
  • Booster of Confidence: Applicants gain confidence as they grow more acclimated to the exam’s structure, types of questions, and scoring methodology. Additionally, by reducing exam anxiety, it motivates people to perform better on examination day.
  • Enhances Accuracy and Speed: Revision helps candidates become more accurate and faster as they practice more questions. Additionally, it helps people become more adept at managing their time so they can complete the exam in the allocated time.

The Rajasthan Judiciary examination presents a substantial opportunity for individuals seeking to enter the prestigious Rajasthan judiciary. The official website provides a thorough syllabus and exam schedule, which are invaluable tools for candidates seeking advice and support. All the best for your exams!

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