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Educational and others Qualifications

  1. A candidate must be a graduate in Law of a University of Institution recognized by the Government.
  2. The candidate must be a citizen of India.
  3. He/She must be of good character and of sound health and free from any organic defect and physical infirmity.
  4. He/She must be able to speak, read and write Odia fluently and must have passed an examination in Odia language equivalent to that of Middle English School standard (i.e. Class/Standard – VII) within the last date.



Exam Syllabus

The selection of candidates for recruitment to the cadre of Civil judges shall be made through competitive examination, which shall consist of three parts; viz- Preliminary Written Examination, Main Written Examination and Interview as per the provisions of the Odisha Superior Judicial Service & Odisha Judicial Service Rules, 2007 (as amended from time to time) and the syllabus as specified below:-

(I)        The preliminary written examination shall be of one paper carrying 100 marks with duration of one and half hours of examination with objective type questions of multiple choice (i.e. 100 questions of one mark each with negative marks of twenty-five percent for every wrong answer allotted to that particular question) on the following subjects and the OMR answer sheets will be scrutinized by computer.

Preliminary Written Examination

(a)       Constitution of India;

(a)       Code of Civil Procedure;

(b)       Code of Criminal Procedure;

(c)       Evidence Act;

(d)       Indian Penal Code;

(e)       Limitation Act;

(f)        Transfer of Property Act;

(g)       Contract Act;

(h)       Law of Succession (Indian Succession Act and Hindu Succession Act);

(i)        Specific Relief Act.


N.B.:   The Commission shall call the eligible candidates for Main Written Examination, who have secured not less than 35 (thirty-five) per-centum of marks in case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe candidates and 40 (forty) per-centum of marks in case of others in the Preliminary Written Examination.

(II)       The main written examination shall be on the following two compulsory papers and three optional papers. Each of the compulsory subjects shall carry 150 marks with a duration of 2 and  12 (two and half) hours of examination and each of the optional subjects shall carry 150 marks with a duration of three hours.


A.        Main Written Examination:

(1) Compulsory Papers.


General English-

(a)       Translation and retranslation of ten lines each

(b)       A short essay of about 150 words                                                      150 Marks

(c)       Precis writing consisting of 300 words

(d)       1 (one) passage of about 500 words with 5 questions


N.B. - For “Translation and retranslation of ten lines each' , there will be two passages, i.e. one in English to be translated into Odia and another in Odia to be retranslated into English.

 PAPER - 2

Procedural Laws-

(a)       The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

(b)       The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908                                                    150 Marks

(c)       The Indian Evidence Act, 1872


(2) Optional Papers.

A candidate may choose any of the three subjects among the following:


(i)        Law of Crime & Law of Torts:          150 Marks


(ii)       Personal Law:

(a)       Hindu Law

(b)       Mohammedan Law                                         150 Marks


(iii)      Law of Property:

(a)       Transfer of property Act, 1882

(b)       Specific Relief Act, 1963.

(c)       Indian Limitation Act, 1963


(iv)      Law of Contract:

(a)       Indian Contract Act, 1872.

(b)       Sales of Goods Act, 1930

(c)       Partnership Act, 1932.

(d)       Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881


(v)       Jurisprudence and Constitution of India: --