Previous Year Papers
Do you intend to take the RJS Exam? According to experts, one of the best methods to enhance your preparation is to solve previous year papers. It will also help you improve your time management and speed during the final exam. You may download the papers and start practising right away by clicking on the link below.
Making it through the RAJASTHAN JUDICIAL SERVICE (CIVIL JUDGE) MAIN EXAMINATION needs a well-planned approach, as well as a great deal of hard effort, honesty, and devotion. However, one’s hard effort would produce the needed fruit only if done in the proper direction, which requires knowledge of the pattern of questions answered in the Exam. As a result, it is unavoidable to study Rajasthan Judiciary Mains Previous Year Question Exams in order to stay on top of the changing trend of papers and steer your preparation in the proper path.
Previous Year Papers – 2018
Previous Year Papers – 2017
Previous Year Papers – 2016
Previous Year Papers – 2015
Previous Year Papers – 2013
Structure of the Rajasthan Judiciary Exam Question Paper
The Rajasthan civil judge question paper structure is almost the same as every other state judiciary examination question paper. Here is a glimpse of the Rajasthan Judiciary Exam Pattern:
The Rajasthan Judiciary prelims question paper comprises 100 questions of 1 mark each. These 100 questions are divided into 2 parts, i.e. first part is of 70 questions from Law subject and the second part is of 30 questions from Hindi and English subject.
The preliminary examination consists of all objective-type questions. You will get 2 hours to attempt these 100 questions.
The Rajasthan Judiciary mains question paper comprises 4 papers:
Paper I: Law,
Paper III: Hindi Essay,
Paper IV: English Essay.
All the papers are descriptive in nature. The time duration of each Law paper is 3 hours while 2 hours for language papers.
The final step of the selection process is the personal interview round. Interviewers will judge you based on your personality, confidence, knowledge, etc.
The interview is conducted for a total of 35 marks.