Haryana Judicial Services 2013 Mains Previous Year Paper (English)
Candidates preparing for Haryana Judicial Services should solve the Haryana Judicial Services 2013 Mains Previous Year Paper and other previous year question papers before they face Prelims and Mains. Additionally, it gives an idea about the syllabus and the way to prepare the subjects by keeping the previous year questions in mind. All toppers are mindful and cognizant… Read More »
Candidates preparing for Haryana Judicial Services should solve the Haryana Judicial Services 2013 Mains Previous Year Paper and other previous year question papers before they face Prelims and Mains.
Additionally, it gives an idea about the syllabus and the way to prepare the subjects by keeping the previous year questions in mind. All toppers are mindful and cognizant of the types of questions asked by the HCS, to be aware of the various different tricks and types of questions. This should be done by every aspirant when starting their preparation. It is very important to have an overall understanding of the pattern and design of questions.
Only practising the authentic question papers will give you a real feel of the pattern and style of the questions. Here’s Haryana Judicial Services Mains 2013 Previous Year Paper (English).
Haryana Civil Services (Judicial Branch) Main Written Examination 2013
Time: 3 Hours
Maximum Marks: 200
- Attempt all the questions in the same order in which they appear in the Question Paper.
- Marks for individual questions are indicated against each question.
- No extra answer sheet will be provided.
Write an essay on any one of the following topics in 1000-1100 words. (100 Marks)
- In this fast-moving world, why some people still prefer a bicycle.
- An indeterminate sentence is worse than death.
- Dangerous love of credit cards.
- Old order change the yielding place to the new.
- O! Lord don’t put me to examination.
- Judicial Activism: Bane or Boon?
Make sentences using the following words: – (20 Marks)
Write a Precis of the following of about one-third of the original length and give appropriate title: – (25 Marks)
Self- reliance is the pilgrim’s best staff, the worker’s best tool. It is the master key that unlocks all the difficulties of life. “HELP yourself and Heaven will help you” is a maxim which receives daily confirmation. He who begins with crutches will generally end with crutches. Help from within always strengthens, but help from without invariably enfeebles the recipient. It is not in the sheltered garden, but on rugged Alpine Cliff, where the storms beat most violently, that the toughest plants are reared. It is not by the use of corks, bladders, and life-buoys that you can best learn to swim but by plunging courageously into the waves and buffering them. To wait until some charitable man passes by – to stand with arms folded, sighing for a helping hand, is not the part of any manly mind.
The habit of depending upon others should be vigorously resisted since it tends to weaken the intellectual faculties and paralyses the judgment. The struggle against adverse circumstances has, on the contrary, a bracing and strengthening effect, like that of the pure mountain air on an enfeebled frame. This is a lesson which, nowadays, is not taught in colleges. To us, it seems the vice of modern systems of education that they lay down too many ‘royal roads’ to knowledge. These impediments which formerly compelled the student to think and labour for himself are now most carefully removed, and he glides son smoothly along the well-beaten high way that he pauses not to heed the flowers on either side. Success grows out of struggles to overcome difficulties.
If there were no difficulties, there would be no success. If there were nothing to struggle or compete for, there would be nothing achieved. It is well, therefore, that men should be under the necessity of exerting themselves. In this necessity for exertion, we find the chief source of human advancement- the advancement of individuals of nations.
Read the following para and answer the questions given below in the context thereof: –
At the top of the tower, there rose the slated spire, with a golden wall and weathervane on top. Michael, at last, found himself sitting on the top of the wall, holding on by the vance. He was hot, out of breath and giddy. Presently he heard workman moving below. He did not speak or bend over to look. He certainly did not want to be noticed and taken down before flushing had seen him. The voices died away and Michael sat resting.
At last, he was ready to give the town a surprise. He rose on his feet and keeping light hold on the weather vane managed to stand on the top of the wall. Luckily for him, he had a cool head and iron nerves.
Someone must have glanced at the vane, seen Michael’s little figure outlined against the blue sky and cried out. Presently the market place was full of people who rushed out of their shops and houses to gaze at the frightful sight. Michael was delighted to have all those eyes and hearts fixed upon him and those hands pointing to him.
Question: (25 Marks)
- What feat did Michael do?
- Why do you think, Michael did not speak or bend over to look?
- Why did people rush to the market place?
- What delighted Michael?
- What do you read about Michael’s character?
Re-write the following sentences correcting them: – (20 Marks)
- Yesterday I met a boy who was my class fellow.
- I have disposed the business in hand.
- My tooth is paining.
- This house is built of bricks and stones.
- A number of visitors have come to seen the exhibition.
- The two girls told one another all their secrets.
- Let us live like good brother, being sons of same parent.
- I have bought a new pair of shoes.
- I have finished my letter last evening.
- With a view to obtain knowledge, he joined a school.
Fill in the Blanks: – (10 Marks)
- He died …………. overwork.
- What is the time ……………. your watch?
- He is open …………… conviction.
- He acceded …………… my request.
- Make ………………. your deficiency in English.