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What are the primary topics in the legal system? UPSC or the judiciary is more difficult? Which topic suits the judges the best? Where can I obtain the syllabus for the judiciary exam? What is on the syllabus for the civil judge exam? Do I have to cover every subject on the judicial service exam syllabus?

These are the most typical queries regarding the judicial exam syllabus from all prospective judges.

Hold on, my friend; you're in the same boat as everyone else. To find out the answers to all of the aforementioned questions from the magistrate test syllabus, see this blog post.

The foundation of any exam is the curriculum. As a result, it is the first concept that every candidate for the impending Judicial exams in 2023 needs to be aware of.

The judicial services examination has a different curriculum and question format in each state.

Also, keep in mind that the syllabus will change for the main exams, interviews, and vivas. As a result, it's important to be familiar with the state's comprehensive syllabus before applying.

Reading this post will guide you through the comprehensive Judiciary Exam Syllabus and key themes for each subject.


As of the precise cutoff date specified in the official advertisement for the year, the candidate must have reached the age of 22 (minimum), but he or she must not have reached the age of 35 (maximum).

Refer to the official announcement for information on the various accommodations made for different application categories, such as SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen, etc.

Applicants must have earned a law degree from an accredited university that has been approved by the BCI.

Syllabus for the preliminary judicial services in Uttar Pradesh

You should pay more attention to subjects like international organisations, the Indian Constitution, the Civil Process Code, Indian economics, and foreign affairs in the prelims test because the majority of the questions will be drawn from these areas:

  • General Knowledge
  • Current International Affairs
  • Principle of Hindu Laws
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Constitution of India
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Principle of Muslim Laws
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Jurisprudence
  • International Organization

Mains syllabus for judicial exams of Uttar Pradesh

  • Paper 1 - General Knowledge
  • Paper 2 – Language
  • Paper 3 - Law I Substantive Law
  • Paper 4 - Law II Procedure & Evidence
  • Paper 5 - Law III Penal, Revenue & Local Laws


Preliminary Judicial Exam Syllabus for Bihar

The GK and Law papers are also part of the Bihar Prelims. The GK exam has 100 points, whereas the law paper carries 150 points.

  • Law of Evidence & Procedure
  • Constitutional and Administration Law of India
  • Commercial Law
  • Law of Contracts and Torts
  • Law of Transfer of Property and Principles of Equity
  • Hindu Law & Muhammadan Law
  • General Knowledge, including Current Affairs
  • Elementary General Science

The BPSC Civil Judge Syllabus for the Bihar Mains Judicial Test consists of three optional papers in addition to the five required ones. See the list of important subjects in the table below.

  • Mandatory Papers
  • Law of Evidence and Procedure
  • General English
  • Elementary General Science
  • General Knowledge, including Current Affairs
  • General Hindi

Optional Paper

  • Constitutional and Administration Law of India
  • Transfer of Property Act, Principles of Equity, Law of Trusts, and Specific Relief
  • Hindu Law & Muhammadan Law
  • Law of Contracts and Torts
  • Commercial Law

Madhya Pradesh

What is the 2023 Judiciary Test Syllabus for Madhya Pradesh?

The MP Judiciary exam 2023 consists of three stages: the preliminary test, the main exam, and the viva-voce.

You have 150 questions to answer in the objective style preliminary exam. You are completely eligible for the Mains exam once you have passed the preliminary exam. The main test consists of four essay-based examinations, each worth 100 marks

The comprehensive MP Judiciary Syllabus you need to study for the preliminary and main exams is provided below:

Judicial Exam Syllabus for the MP Prelims in 2023

100 multiple-choice questions worth 100 points each make up the prelims exam paper. To learn more about the crucial subjects covered on the MP Judiciary Prelims Syllabus, see the table below:

  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Constitution of India
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Specific Relief Act
  • MP Land Revenue Act
  • Personal Law
  • Jurisprudence
  • Indian Penal Code
  • MP Accommodation Act
  • Principle of Hindu Laws
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Criminal Procedure Code

Judicial Exam Syllabus for MP Mains 2023

There are four papers in the MP Judiciary Mains Exam, each worth 100 points. In the exam, you will be evaluated on the following subjects:

  • Paper 1 - Civil Law and procedure
  • Paper 2-Criminal law and procedure
  • Paper 3 - Writing Skill, Court Practice, Translation, and Current Legal Knowledge
  • Paper 4 - Judgment writing


Test syllabus for Delhi's preliminary civil judges

You should pay closer attention to subjects like the Indian Evidence Act, the Indian Constitution, the Indian Contract Act, the Indian Criminal Code, and Law of Torts because they make up the majority of the questions in the preliminary exam.

See the table below for a detailed look at the judiciary exam's syllabus:

  • Evidence Act
  • Principles Governing Arbitration Law
  • Partnership Act
  • Specific Relief Act and Limitation Act
  • Contract Act
  • Constitution of India
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Indian Penal Code
  • English
  • Candidate's Power of Expression
  • Aptitude
  • General Knowledge

Syllabus for the Delhi Mains Civil Judge Exam

You will be tested on civil law, criminal law, judgement writing, etc. in the main exams.

Paper 1 - General Knowledge

Paper 2 - Civil Law I

Law of Torts

Mohammedan Law

Specific Relief Act

Indian Sale of Goods Act

Delhi Rent Control Act

Hindu Law

Indian Partnership Act

Indian Contract Law

Paper 3 - Civil Law II

Law of Registration

Law of Evidence 

Civil Procedure Code

Law of Limitation

Paper 4 - Criminal Law

Indian Penal Code

Indian Evidence Act

Criminal Procedure Code


2023 Rajasthan Judiciary Syllabus [Mains & Prelims]

Prelims, Mains, and Viva-voce are the three levels of the Rajasthan Judicial exam. The whole syllabus for the preliminaries and mains for the Rajasthan Judiciary is provided below

Curriculum for the RJS Prelims Magistrate Exam

Law Papers 1 and 2 will receive 70% of the prelims exam's weight, while Hindi and English proficiency tests will receive 30% of the weight.

Rajasthan Mains Test Syllabus for Magistrate

The RJS Mains exam's detailed syllabus is listed in the table below:

Paper 1 - Law Paper 1

Law of Transfer of Property

Rent control law

Tort laws

Civil Procedure Code

Personal laws

Motor vehicle law

Contact law

Constitution of India

Paper 2 - Law Paper 2

Law of probation

Narcotic Law

Law on juvenile delinquency

Law relating to cybercrimes and electricity theft

Criminal law

Paper 3 Language Paper 1


Hindi essay writing 

Paper 4 Language Paper 2



English essay writing

Andhra Pradesh 

Judiciary Syllabus for Andhra Pradesh in 2023

Your proficiency and knowledge are examined in the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Services exam in the following areas:

  • Normative Rules
  • Legal Procedures

Normative Rules

  • Comprising of the Indian Contract act
  • Indian stamp act
  • Protection of women from domestic violence act
  • Indian penal code
  • Limitation Act
  • Easements act
  • Hindu marriage act
  • AP buildings (Lease, Rent, Eviction) control act
  • Negotiable instruments act
  • Transfer of property act
  • Registration act
  • Hindu succession act

For the best exam results, it is advisable that you concentrate more on the following subjects:

  • Civil rules of practice and criminal rules of practice
  • Comprising civil procedure code
  • Evidence Act
  • Criminal procedure code

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