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UP PCS J Syllabus

UP PCS J Syllabus

UP PCS J Syllabus

Exam pattern:

Preliminary exam

Paper Subject Duration of the Exam Marks
Paper I General knowledge 2 Hours 150
Paper II Law 2 Hours 300

Main exam

Paper Subject Duration Marks
Paper – 1 General Knowledge 3 Hours 200
Paper – 2 Language 3 Hours 200
Paper – 3 Law – I (Substantive Law) 3 Hours 200
Paper – 4 Law-II (Procedure and Evidence) 3 Hours 200
Paper – 5 Law-III (Penal, Revenue and Local Laws) 3 Hours 200
Preliminary exam syllabus:
General Knowledge
Communications and Space
Current National Issues & topics of Social relevance.
Geography of India.
History of India.
India and the World.
Indian Culture.
Indian Economy.
Indian Polity.
International Affairs and Institutions.
Science and Technology etc.
Law
Acts and Laws.
Civil Procedure Code.
Criminal Procedure Code.
Current International Affairs.
Indian Constitution.
Indian Evidence Act.
Indian Penal Code.
International Organisations.
Law of Contract.
Transfer of Property Act.

Main Exam Syllabus
General Knowledge (Paper – 1)
Communications and Space
Current National Issues.
Geography of India.
History of India.
India and the World.
Indian Culture.
Indian Economy.
Indian Polity.
International Affairs and Institutions.
Science and Technology.
Topics of Social relevance etc.
Language (Paper – 2)
English Precis writing.
Essay writing.
Translation of Passage from English to Hindi.
Translation of passage from Hindi to English.
Law – I (Paper – 3)
Substantive Law
Constitutional Law.
Hindu Law.
Law of trust and specific relief.
Mohammedan Law.
The Law concerning easements and torts.
The Law of Contracts.
The Law of Partnership.
The Law relating to the principles of equity.
The Law relating to transfer of property.
Law-II Paper – 4)
Procedure and Evidence
Code of Civil Procedure.
Evidence of witnesses.
Framing of charges.
Practical matters.
Principles of pleading.
The conduct of cases.
The Criminal Procedure Code.
The Law of Evidence.
The writing of judgment.

Law-III (Paper – 5)
Penal, Revenue and Local Laws
Indian Penal Code.
Land reforms Act 1951, Uttar Pradesh.
The Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition.
P. Consolidation of Holdings Act, 1953.
P. Panchayat Raj Act.
Urban Buildings (Regulation of Letting, Rent and Eviction) Act, 1972.
Uttar Pradesh Municipalities Act.
Uttar Pradesh Urban (Planning and Development) Act 1973.