Sample Paper Islamabad High Court, Islamabad Competitive Examination for the post of Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrates (BPS-17)

Sample Paper Islamabad High Court, Islamabad Competitive Examination For The Post Of Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrates (BPS-17)

Sample Paper Islamabad High Court, Islamabad  Competitive Examination for the post of Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrates (BPS-17)

PAPER PATTERN
There shall be six papers with following compositions and weightages:
1. English General and English Essay
Paper shall comprise __two parts namely:
i. General English
a) This part shall comprise of seventy (70) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs),
each question carrying one (1) mark. All the questions will be compulsory and
there shall be no negative marking. Each MCQ will have 4-5 choices. The
candidate will have to select only one (1) the best possible choice.
b) Time allocated= two hours
ii. English Essay
a) It would include various topics, not less than ten (10), to be opined upon. It
would be aimed at assessing the ability of the candidate to express
himself/herself, vocabulary, grammatically correct English and having
adequate knowledge about the chosen topic.
b) Time allocated= one hour
2. General Knowledge
Paper shall comprise __three parts namely:
i. Islamic Studies
ii. Current Affairs
iii. Pakistan Studies
a) Each part shall comprise of fifty (50) Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs),
each carrying one (1) mark. All the questions will be compulsory and there
shall be no negative marking. Each MCQ will have 4-5 choices. The candidate
will have to select only one (1) the best possible choice.
b) Time allocated= three hours
3. Civil Law-I
This paper shall comprise __two parts namely:
I. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
(i) There shall be forty (40) MCQs each carrying one (1) mark and covering the
following areas:
(a) The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 (Act V of 1908)
(b) The W.P Civil Court Ordinance 1962 (W.P. Ordinance II of 1962)
(c) The Contract Act, 1872 (Act No. II of 1872)
(d) Sales of Goods Act, 1930 (Act No. III of 1930)
(ii) All the questions will be compulsory and there shall be no negative marking.
Each MCQ will have 4-5 choices. The candidate will have to select only one
(1) the best possible choice.
(iii) Time allocated= one hour
II. Descriptive Questions
(i) There shall be 5 questions, each carrying twenty (20) marks and candidate will be
required to attempt three (3) questions. The questions will include the following
areas:
(a) The Code of Civil Procedure 1908 (Act V of 1908)
(b) The W.P Civil Court Ordinance 1962 (W.P. Ordinance II of 1962)
(c) The Contract Act, 1872 (Act No. II of 1872)
(d) Sales of Goods Act, 1930 (Act No. III of 1930)
(ii) Time allocated= two hours
4. Civil Law-II
This paper shall comprise __two parts namely:
I Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
(i) There shall be forty (40) MCQs each carrying one (1) mark and covering the
following areas:
(a) Muhammadan Law or Islamic Law
(b) The Registration Act 1908 (Act No. XVI of 1908)
(c) The Limitation Act, 1908 (Act No. IX of 1908)
(d) The Specific Relief Act, 1877 (Act No. I of 1877)
(ii) All the questions will be compulsory and there shall be no negative marking. Each
MCQ will have 4-5 choices. The candidate will have to select only one (1) the
best possible choice.
(iii) Time allocated = one hour
II Descriptive Questions
(i) There shall be 5 questions, each carrying twenty (20) marks and candidate will be
required to attempt three (3) questions. The questions will include the following
areas:
(a) Muhammadan Law or Islamic Law
(b) The Registration Act 1908 (Act No. XVI of 1908)
(c) The Limitation Act, 1908 (Act No. IX of 1908)
(d) The Specific Relief Act, 1877 (Act No. I of 1877)
(ii) Time allocated= two hours
5. Criminal Law
This paper shall comprise __two parts namely:
I Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
(i) There shall be forty (40) MCQs each carrying one (1) mark and covering the
following areas:
(a) Pakistan Penal Code, 1860 (Act XLV of 1860)
(b) The Code of Criminal Procedure 1898 (Act V of 1898)
(c) Hadood Ordinances, 1979
(ii) All the questions will be compulsory and there shall be no negative marking. Each
MCQ will have 4-5 choices. The candidate will have to select only one (1) the
best possible choice.
(iii) Time allocated = one hour
II Descriptive Questions
(i) There shall be 5 questions, each carrying twenty (20) marks and candidate will be
required to attempt three (3) questions. The questions will include the following
areas:
(a) Pakistan Penal Code, 1860 (Act XLV of 1860)
(b) The Code of Criminal Procedure 1898 (Act V of 1898)
(c) Hadood Ordinances, 1979
(ii) Time allocated= two hours
6. Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order, 1984 and Pleadings
This paper shall comprise __two parts namely:
I Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs)
(i) There shall be total forty (40) MCQs each carrying one (1) mark and covering the
following areas:
(a) The Qanoon-e-Shahadat, Order 1984 (20 MCQs)
(b) The particulars of plaints and particulars of written statements
(as envisaged in the relevant laws) (20 MCQs)
(ii) All the questions will be compulsory and there shall be no negative marking. Each
MCQ will have 4-5 choices. The candidate will have to select only one (1) the
best possible choice.
(iii) Time allocated= one hour
II Descriptive Questions
(i) There shall be 5 questions each carrying twenty (20) marks and candidate will be
required to attempt total three questions, at least one question from each of the
following areas:
(a) The Qanoon-e-Shahadat Order, 1984
(b) The particulars of plaints and particulars of written statements
(as envisaged in the relevant laws)
(c) Drafting of Plaints and Written Statements
(ii) Time allocated= two hours
Note: Except in case of Muhammadan Law or Islamic Law, Hadood Ordinances, Islamic
Jurisprudence and Pleadings, bare copies of the relevant Acts may be brought by the
candidates along.

Sample Paper Islamabad High Court, Islamabad Competitive Examination For The Post Of Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrates (BPS-17)

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