Download PDF For UKPSC Civil Judge Syllabus 2023

 Friends, as you will know soon the notification of UKPSC has been issued, for which many students were engaged in the preparation for months and some of those students are asking me on Telegram for UKPSC civil judge syllabus, Exam Pattern, and Selection Process. You were made available absolutely free for all the students by our website which you can read and download from here.

UKPSC civil judge Syllabus & Exam Pattern

Friends, for the information of those who do not get it, I would like to tell you that the UKPSC Selection Process is mainly completed in 3 stages, which I have explained in detail below, which I have explained in detail below.

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • Interview

UKPSC Pre & Mains Exam Pattern

Friends, here we have explained in full detail about UKPSC Pre & Mains Exam Pattern through important points and tables, which you can get information by reading from here.

UKPSC Pre-Exam Pattern

Friends, in the selection process of UKPSC, the UKPSC Pre Exam is first and we have explained here about UKPSC Pre Exam Pattern in full detail.

paperSubjectmaximum markstime (hours)number of questions
Paper – Igeneral Studies1502150
Paper IIgeneral aptitude test1502100

  • The exam will be an objective type
  • Questions will be in the form of MCQs
  • The total number of questions in this exam will be 300 questions
  • Maximum marks will be 300 marks
  • Each question for Paper I will carry 1 mark
  • Each question for Paper II will be of 1.5 marks
  • The time allotted for this exam will be of 4 hours

UKPSC Mains Exam Pattern

Friends, I would like to tell your information that only those students are called for UKPSC Mains who have passed the UKPSC Pre exam, and have explained in detail about UKPSC Mains Exam Pattern.

  • The exam will be of a descriptive type
  • There will be 7 (seven) papers
  • Each paper will be of 200 marks except the language paper which will be of 300 marks
  • The time allotted for each paper will be of 3 hours

PaperSubjectmaximum markstime (hours)
Paper – ILanguage30003 Hours
Paper - IIHistory of India, National Movement, Society, and Culture20003 Hours
Paper - IIIIndian Politics, Social Justice, and International Relations20003 Hours
Paper - IVGeography of India and the World20003 Hours
Paper - Veconomic and social development20003 Hours
Paper - VIgeneral science and technology20003 Hours
Paper - VIIGeneral Aptitude & Ethics20003 Hours

UKPSC Interview Process

Friends, the students who pass the UKPSC Pre + Mains exam, only those students are called for the UKPSC Interview Process and on that, the personality of the candidate is tested, about which I have given some important tests below.

  • Be ready with your CV: You must be intimate with whatever is set out in the CV. Read it thoroughly so that you don't get confused by any questions regarding your previous education

  • Prefer Morning: Usually, you will not be given a choice, but in this case, you can move the morning slot to the afternoon. Though this is not always the case as you are fresh in the morning and after you are done, you can plan the rest of the important day accordingly. If interviews rule the second part, you end up holding the burden of rule and planning for the whole day as well as come across as interview stressed and jaded

  • Lastly, keep calm and don't worry too much. The job interview is for both the parties i.e. for you and the management to decide on the respective features: so go with a clear mind and try to remain calm

  • Arrive on time: Traveling for an interview can be tough, especially if you have to travel long distances. Try and do a trial run a day in advance so that you know how long it takes to reach their location. Then, you can plan as per your rules and ease. Remember, arriving late for any reason sucks.

UKPSC civil judge syllabus

Friends, here I have explained in full detail about UKPSC Pre & Mains Syllabus through important points and tables, which you can get information by reading from here.

Uttarakhand civil judge pre syllabus

Here we have explained UKPSC Pre Syllabus through a table which you can read from here and get information.

General Studies

general Studies
general Studies

General aptitude

Interpersonal skills including communication skills Logical reasoning and analytical ability General mental ability for decision-making and problem-solving

Uttarakhand civil judge Main syllabus

Here we have explained in detail about UKPSC Mains Syllabus through a table which you can read from here and get information.

General Studies

Art Forms, Literature and Architecture from Ancient to Modern Period Freedom Struggle – Its Different Phases and Important Contributors/Contributions from Different Parts of the Country Modern Indian History from the Middle of Eighteenth Century to the Present – Important Events, Personalities, Issues of Indian Society Salient Features Diversity of India Role of Women and Women's Organisation, Population and Related Issues Poverty and Developmental Issues Urbanization, their Problems, and their Remedies Effects of Globalization on Indian Society History of Social Empowerment, Communalism, Regionalism and Secularism in the World 18 events of the 20th century such as industrial revolution, world wars, redrawing of national boundaries, colonialism, colonialism, political philosophies such as communism, capitalism, socialism, etc.- their forms and effects on society important geophysical events such as earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic activity, etc. in the form of cycles, consolidation and reorganization within countries after independence. Main features of the physical geography of the world. Distribution of major natural resources around the world. Factors responsible for the location of primary, secondary, and tertiary sector industries in different parts of the world (including India) Geographical features and their location Important geographical features (water bodies and ice-caps) including) and changes in flora and fauna and the effects of such changes.

General Studies 2

Indian Constitution- Historical Basis, Evolution, Features, Amendments, Important Provisions, and Basic Structure. Functions and responsibilities of the Union and the States, issues and challenges of the federal structure, devolution of powers and finances to the local level, and challenges therein. Important aspects of governance, transparency and accountability, e-governance- applications, models, successes, limitations, and potential; Citizen's Charter, Transparency and Accountability, and Institutional and Other Measures Role of Civil Services in a Democracy Structure, organization and functioning of the Executive and Judiciary Ministries and Departments of the Government; Pressure groups and formal/informal associations and their role in politics Separation of powers between various organs Dispute redressal mechanisms and institutions. Development Processes and Role of Development Industry NGOs, SHGs, various groups and associations, donors, charities, institutional and other stakeholders Welfare schemes for vulnerable sections of the population by the Center and States and the performance of these schemes; Mechanisms, Laws, Institutions and Bodies Constituted for the Protection and Betterment of These Weaker Sections Compare the Indian Constitutional Scheme with the Parliament and State Legislatures of other countries – Structure, Functioning, Conduct of Business, Powers and Privileges and issues arising out of it Issues arising out of these government policies and interventions for development in various sectors and their design and implementation Issues related to the development and management of social sector/services related to health, education, human resources Issues related to poverty and hunger Important international institutions, agencies, and forums, their composition, India and its neighbourhood-relations bilateral, regional and global groupings and agreements involving India and/or impact of policies and politics of developed and developing countries on India's interests affecting India's interests, Indian diaspora .

General Studies 3

Development, Biodiversity, Environment, Security, and Disaster Management. cropping patterns of major crops in different parts of the country, different types of irrigation and irrigation systems, storage, transportation, and marketing of agricultural produce and issues and related constraints; E-Technology in Helping Farmers with Issues related to direct and indirect agricultural subsidies and minimum support prices Indian economy and issues related to planning, resource mobilization, growth, development, and employment. Inclusive growth and issues arising out of it. Government budget. Food processing and related industries in India- scope and importance, location, upstream and downstream requirements, supply chain management. Land Reforms in India Effects of liberalization on the economy, changes in industrial policy and their impact on industrial development. Objectives, functioning, limitations, reforms of Public Distribution System; Issues of buffer stock and food security; Challenges to internal security through communication networks; Role of media and social networking sites in internal security challenges; Basics of cyber security; Money Laundering and its Prevention; Security Challenges in Border Areas and their Management; Relation of organized crime with terrorism Various security forces and agencies and their mandate Technology missions; Economics of animal husbandry. Infrastructure: energy, ports, roads, airports, railways, etc. Investment model. Science and Technology- developments and their applications and effects in daily life Achievements of Indians in Science and Technology; Indigenization of technology and development of new technology Awareness in the field of conservation, environmental pollution, and degradation, environmental impact assessment IT, space, computers, robotics, nano-technology, bio-technology and issues related to intellectual property rights. Disaster and Disaster Management.

General Studies 4

Ethics and the Human Interface: The essence, determinants, and consequences of ethics in human actions; Dimensions of Ethics; Ethics in private and public relations. Human Values – Lessons from the lives and teachings of great leaders, reformers, and administrators; Role of family, society, and educational institutions in inculcating values. Attitude: Content, Structure, Function; its influence and relationship with thought and behavior; ethical and political attitudes; Social influence and persuasion. Integrity in Governance: Concept of Public Service; the philosophical basis of governance and probity; Information Sharing and Transparency in Government, Right to Information, Code of Conduct, Code of Conduct, Citizen's Charter, Work Culture, Quality of Service Delivery, Utilization of Public Funds, Challenges of Corruption Case Studies on the above issues. Contribution of ethical thinkers and philosophers of India and the world. Public/Civil Service Values and Ethics in Public Administration: Status and Problems; ethical concerns and dilemmas in public and private institutions; laws, rules, regulations, and conscience as sources of ethical guidance; accountability and ethical governance; Strengthening of ethical and moral values in governance; ethical issues in international relations and financing; corporate governance. Aptitude and core values for civil service, integrity, impartiality and non-partisanship, objectivity, dedication to public service, empathy, tolerance, and compassion towards weaker sections. Emotional intelligence concepts, and their utility and applications in administration and governance.


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