UKPSC Judiciary Notification 2024, Selection Process, Eligibility Criterias, Application Fee

Uttrakhand Public Service Commission may release the notification for Judicial Services Examination 2024 for the appointment of Civil Judge (Junior Division) most probably by the last decade of 2024. Once the advertisement is made public, a direct link to apply will be also activated below. 

UKPSC Judiciary Notification 2024

Candidates who want to be appointed as Civil Judge (Civil Judge) in Judicial Services, Government of Uttarakhand need to know that the application form is going to be available at for up to four weeks. In order to submit an application form, a candidate will have to provide details, attach documents and make fee payment. 

Country India
State Uttarakhand
Exam Name Uttarakhand Judiciary Examination 2024
Conducting Body Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC)
Post Name Civil Judge (Junior Division)
Vacancy Approximately 50 vacancies (exact number undisclosed)
Department Uttarakhand Judicial Services
Eligibility Criteria Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Proficiency in Hindi, Basic knowledge of computer operation

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Age: 22-35 years (with relaxation for OBC, SC, and ST)

Application Fee General, EWS, and OBC: ₹172.30/- 

SC and ST: ₹82.30/- 

PwD: ₹22.30/-

Orphans: Exempt

Apply Date Last quarter of 2024
Selection Process Preliminary Examination, Main Examination & Interview
Official website

Each individual will be able to apply for the UKPSC Judicial Services Exam 2024 for the post of Civil Judge by visiting the official website of Uttarakhand Public Service Commission. Only those candidates’ application form will be accepted by the concerned officials, who will have provided all the details correctly by the deadline.

UKPSC Judiciary Vacancy 2024

The number of vacancies for the post of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in Uttarakhand Judicial Services is not yet disclosed officially by UKPSC, a candidate who are interested in appearing in this exam are hereby notified that the notification may be released officially for around 50 vacancies. Once it is made public officially, we will update the details about it in this article.

UKPSC Judiciary Eligibility Criteria 2024

Eligibility criteria for recruitment of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in Uttarakhand Judicial Services in terms of educational qualification and age limit is available below.

  • Educational Qualification:
    • A candidate must hold a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from a university established by law in Uttarakhand or any other recognized university in India.
    • Additionally, they should have a thorough knowledge of Hindi in the Devanagari script and a basic understanding of computer operation.
  • Age Limit:
    • One’s age must not be below 22 and above 35 years.
    • There will be upper age relaxation for 5 years for OBC, SC and ST.

UKPSC Judiciary Application Fee 2024

The application fee for the Uttarakhand Judiciary Examination 2024 for General, EWS and OBC candidates need to pay ₹172.30/-, SC and ST individuals are required to pay a reduced fee of ₹82.30/-. Candidates with disabilities (PwD) pay a nominal fee of ₹22.30, and orphans are exempt, one has to pay the required amount by deadline.

UKPSC Judiciary Selection Process 2024

The selection process for the post of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in Judicial Services consists of three stages, which are Prelims, Mains and Interview.


  • Mode of Exam: Offline 
  • Duration: 3 Hours 
  • Total Questions: 200 questions
  • Maximum Marks: 200 marks
  • Question Type: Objective 
  • Marking Scheme:
    1. Marks per Question: 1 mark
    2. Negative Marking: 0.25 marks per incorrect answer
  • Sections:
    1. General Knowledge: 50 questions
    2. Acts & Laws: 150 questions
  • Medium: English and Hindi


  • Mode of Exam: Offline 
  • Duration: 3 Hours per paper
  • Total Questions: Varies by section
  • Maximum Marks: 950 marks
  • Question Type: Descriptive/Subjective
  • Marking Scheme: Marks allotted as per section
  • Sections:
    1. The Present Day: 150 marks
    2. Language: 100 marks
      • Translation from English to Hindi: 30 marks
      • Translation from Hindi to English: 30 marks
      • English Precis writing: 40 marks
    3. Law Paper-I (Substantive Law): 200 marks
    4. Law Paper-II (Evidence & Procedure): 200 marks
    5. Law Paper-III (Revenue & Criminal): 200 marks
    6. Basic Knowledge of Computer Operation Practical Examination: 100 marks
      • Minimum Qualifying Marks: 40
      • Time Allowed: 1 hour
      • Questions cover: Windows and the internet, MS Word, MS Access, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint
  • Medium: English and Hindi


  • Mode of Exam: Oral/Viva Voce
  • Maximum Marks: 100 marks
  • Question Type: General questions, not related to academic or legal knowledge; evaluation based on current affairs and present-day problems.
  • Medium: English and Hindi

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