Check out a Complete JKPSC Prosecuting Officer Syllabus Here!
Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) recently notified about the JKPSC Prosecuting Officer recruitment 2022. Candidates preparing for the exam should know all about the JKPSC Prosecuting Officer Syllabus. The syllabus and exam pattern notification will also be released soon on the official website. Meanwhile, candidates can refer to this web page to get an idea of the JKPSC PO syllabus based on the previous year.
JKPSC Prosecuting Officer Syllabus Details
The JKPSC PO Recruitment exam comprised two papers- The Prelims and the Mains exam. The Prelim exam has two sections- Paper 1 and Paper 2. Here are the details given below for the JKPSC Prosecuting Officer Syllabus for your reference.
JKPSC Syllabus (Prelims)
The JKPSC Prelims is an Objective type exam. It includes two papers- Paper 1 and Paper 2. The qualified candidates in Prelims proceed to the Mains examination. Here in the table, you can get the details about JKPSC Syllabus for Prelims.
|J&K, Reorganization Act, 2019 Code of Civil ProcedureCode of criminal procedure, 1973Constitution of IndiaRecent development on LawsIndian Penalty code, 1860Indian evidence act, 1872Limitation act, 1963Transfer of property actPrevention of corruption act, 1988Information technology act, 2000NDPS act, 1985Unlawful Activities (Prevention) act, 1967The POCSO 2012 actPrevention of corruption act, 1988Information technology act, 2000.
|Legal aptitude/ReasoningGeneral knowledgeCurrent affairsComprehensionDecision making and problem-solvingMental abilityInterpersonal skills including communication skillsBasic numeracy skills (Class 10th level) and Data Interpretation (Class 10th level)Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability.
JKPSC Syllabus (Mains)
The JKPSC Mains is a Descriptive type exam. It has a qualifying English section and 7 Papers. This test helps to shortlist candidates for the Personality test (Interview). Below is the table you can get the information about the J&K Prosecuting Officer Syllabus for Mains.
|Short EssaysPrecis WritingComprehension of a given passageUsage and Vocabulary
|Paper 1 – Legal Drafting And Pleading
|Drafting of pleadingPrinciples of pleadingEssay on recent developments in criminal lawFraming of chargesFraming of issuesPreparation of Appeals/Revision proposal
|Paper 2 – Constitutional Law
|Constitution and constitutionalismGovernor and his powersFundamental rights- Public interest litigation, Legal services authority, Legal aidSupreme Court and High Court – Appointments and transfers, Powers, functions and jurisdictionRelationship between fundamental rights, Directive principles & fundamental dutiesAdministrative relationship among union, state & local bodies, Distribution of legislative powers between the union & the statesLegislative powers, privileges and immunitiesEmergency provisionsAmendments of the constitutionPrinciples of Natural Justice- Emerging trends & judicial approachSeparation of powers and constitutional governanceDelegated legislation and its constitutionalityOmbudsman: Lokayukta, Lokpal etcJudicial review of administrative actionServices under the Union and the statesElection commission (Power & functions)Union Public Service Commission & state public services commission (power & functions)Recruitment and conditions of services, administrative tribunal, sconstitutional safeguards
|Paper 3 – Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
|Execution, suspension, remission and commutation of sentencesJudgement, appeal, revision and referenceDisposal of propertySummary trialProvisions – offences affecting the administration of justiceGeneral provisions as to inquiries and trialProvision – accused person of unsound mindProvisions – offences affecting the administration of justiceBail and bondsTransfer of criminal casesTrials of warrants by magistrates and summons casesTrial before a court sessionPlea bargainingEvidence in inquiries and trialsThe chargeCommencement of proceedings before magistrateSecurity for peace and good behaviourInformation to the police & their power to investigatePower of courtsConstitution of criminal courts and officesDefinitionsArrest of persons
|Paper 4 – Indian Penal Code, 1860
|Offences relating to documentsOffences by or relating to public servicesDefamation, Criminal intimidation and annoyanceOffences against public tranquilityOffences against property offences against human bodyCriminal conspiracyAbetmentOffences against the stateJoint and constructive liabilityGeneral exceptions and right of private defenceGeneral principles of criminal liability; mensrea in statutory offences, menserea and actus reusPreparations and criminal attemptsKinds of punishment and emerging trends
|Paper 5 – Indian Evidence Act, 1872
|Burden of proofFacts which need not to be provedOral and documentary evidenceRelevancy of FactsEstoppelOf witness and examination of witness
|Paper 6 – Special Laws 1
|Indian arms act, 1959Jammu and Kashmir public safety act, 1978J&K Excise act, SVT 1958Explosive substances act, 1908Narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances act, 1985Unlawful activities (Prevention) act, 1967National security act, 1980
|Paper 7 – Special Law II
|Motor vehicle act, 1988Indian forest act, 1927J&K Police act, 1983Essential commodities act, 1980The public gambling act, 1867Prevention of corruption act, 1988Information technology act, 2000Juvenile justice act, 2015 (care and Protection of children)Offences against women and childrenProtection of children from sexual offences 2012 act
JKPSC Syllabus (Interview)
Candidates who obtain marks as per the JKPSC Prosecuting Officer cut-off in the previous rounds will proceed to the personality test stage. This round would be based on General Interest and Legal Aptitude.
JKPSC Prosecuting Officer Syllabus: FAQs
There are two Prelims papers and 7 Mains papers, along with the qualifying English Section and an Interview round.
J&K, Reorganization Act, 2019, Code of Civil Procedure, Code of criminal procedure, 1973 Constitution of India and many more are the subjects underPrelims Paper 1 and 2.
Candidates can go to the commission’s official website or refer to our page to download the official JKPSC syllabus.
There will be 7 papers along with the English language section under the Mains Exam.
JKPSC Interview round has two sections- General Interest and Legal Aptitude.