The Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has released the admit cards for the Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge preliminary examination. Candidates who have registered for the exam can now download the admit cards from the official website – ukpsc.gov.in. As per the official notification, the UKPSC Civil Judge 2022 preliminary examination is going to take place on March 13, 2022 across various cities of the state.
As such, the candidates are now required to download the admit cards since no separate intimation or admit card will be sent to them via post. To download the admit cards, here are the steps that one can follow.
Step 1- Go to the official website of UKPSC at ukpsc.gov.in
Step 2- On the left-hand side of the screen, click on ‘Exams/Recruitments’
Step 3- Now, click on the link that says ‘Regarding downloading the admit card of Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge, Preliminary Examination 2021’ dated February 27, 2022
Step 4- After that, press the ‘Click Here to download admit card’ link
Step 5- Select either of the three options that are displayed on the screen
Step 6- Enter email ID and password, application number and date of birth or name, father’s name and date of birth
Step 7- Specify the displayed security key and click on the ‘login’ button
Step 8- Download and take a printout of the admit cards.
Direct Link to Download UKPSC Civil Judge Admit Card 2022 – Click Here
The upcoming preliminary examination is going to be divided into two parts. There will be part 1 and part 2. While part 1 will be for 50 marks, part 2 of the exam is going to be for 150 marks.
Part 1- This part of the question paper will cover questions from General Knowledge. They will mostly include day to day happenings from India and the world, concerning the legal spheres. These questions may be related to international law, neutrality, recent legislation, etc.
Part 2- The second part of the preliminary examination is going to cover questions from Acts and Laws like Transfer of Properties Act, Principle of Hindu Laws and Principle of Muslim Laws, Evidence Act, Code of Criminal Procedure, Indian Penal Code, Civil Procedure Code.
A total of 13 vacancies are going to be filled via this recruitment examination. The vacancy break-up for each category has been given below.
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