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    gopal krishna sharma
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    What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    Hello sir/madam
    What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?
    pls send syllabus of cj exam





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    ankur mahajan
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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    The main syllabus consists of :
    course introduction

    criminal justice processing

    issues in punishment and discussion of Regine v, Dudley and Stephens

    TEST 1
    right of the accused fourth amedment.

    Test2
    right of the accused fifth amedment
    the law trial and sentence

    Final:
    all the material od test2 including Gideon's trumpet.




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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    I think you are asking about the criminal justice exam syllabus so i am giving you the link in which you can see the syllabus.
    http://http://www.drtomoconnor.com/4230/default.htm
    http://www.shsu.edu/~org_adpuc/.../CJ-480%20Spring.doc
    http://www.suu.edu/faculty/walser/SyllCJ2110-01S11.pdf

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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    hii

    the syllabus of CJ Exam
    CRIMINAL JUSTICE IN POPULAR CULTURE
    SYLLABUS
    Instructor: Dr. Jeff Rush or assigned instructor
    This is a "master" syllabus and may not be your actual syllabus
    Assigned instructors may or may not use this material
    Textbook: Jewkes, Yvonne (2011). Media and Crime, 2e. Los Angeles: Sage. ISBN-13: 978-1-84860-703-3

    COURSE DESIGNATION: PM 4230 Criminal Justice in Popular Culture (3 semester hours)

    COURSE DESCRIPTION AND PREREQUISITES: This elective course examines the portrayal of criminal justice in film, television, literature and mass media. In addition, these media are used to illustrate perspectives relevant to criminal justice. (Note: the current college Bulletin lists a prerequisite of CRJ1010 for this course, but that is an error and is being corrected)

    COURSE OBJECTIVES:

    1. To acquire an informed understanding of concepts and ideas in criminal justice media
    2. To understand ways of studying criminal justice portrayals in the media
    3. To examine history and current practices in media representations
    4. To analyze and evaluate criminal justice in popular culture
    5. To articulate informed opinion on controversies
    6. To appreciate the challenges of managing media

    GENERAL EDUCATION GOALS:

    In addition to the above objectives, the more general goals of this course are to provide the student with the following tools to help develop his or her potential:
    1. Development of the student's analytical thinking capabilities through comparison and contrast in the application of theories and concepts to social problems
    2. Enhancement of the student's literacy skills through assigned readings, discussions, examinations, and other requirements
    3. Utilization of the historical perspective which helps with student understanding of evolutionary developments over time
    4. Understanding of the scientific method through research requirements and in-depth case studies
    5. Improvement in social interaction skills and understanding human behavior through consideration of the impact legal and social systems have on individuals
    6. Increased student awareness of cultural and multi-cultural issues through study of how social problems and social movements are related to, and affect, minority groups
    7. Preparation for more advanced study in public management

    CONTENT OUTLINE:

    Week 1: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    1. An Introduction to Media Studies
    1a. Media Elitism and Bias

    Week 2: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    2. Terrorism and the Media (from Terror Understanding course)

    Week 3: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    3. The Criminology of Moral Panics

    Week 4: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    4. Sex Offenders (from Investigations course)

    Week 5: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    5. Male and Female Serial Killers (from Profiling course)
    5a. Female Terrorists (from Terror Understanding course)

    Week 6: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    6.

    Week 7: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    7.

    Week 8: Textbook chapters as announced, the following (recommended) Lecture Notes, and any other material the Instructor assigns.
    8.

    REQUIRED LEARNING RESOURCES:

    Main Textbook/Required Textbook: Jewkes, Yvonne (2011). Media and Crime, 2e. Los Angeles: Sage. ISBN-13: 978-1-84860-703-3
    This book contains the following chapters which should be read in the following order:
    1. Theorizing Crime Media Effects
    2. The Construction of Crime News
    3. Media and Moral Panics
    4. Media Constructions of Children, "Evil Monsters", and "Tragic Victims"
    5. Media Misogyny: Monstrous Women
    6. Police, Offenders, and Victims in the Media
    7. Crime Films and Prison Films
    8. Crime and the Surveillance Culture
    9. The Role of the Internet in Crime and Deviance
    10. Reconceptualizing the Relationship between Media and Crime

    Supplemental Reference: American Psychological Association. (1994). Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 5e. Washington DC: APA. Note: students do not have to buy this book, but should have access to it or something similar in order to utilize the correct style or format with writing assignments.

    Additional Learning Resources (Internet Links in lectures and these general resources)
    1. Cultural Criminology homepage at University of Kent, UK
    2. Center on Media, Crime, and Justice at John Jay College
    3. FreePress.net
    4. MediaWatch.com
    5. Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting

    COURSE REQUIREMENTS:

    Students are expected to read and follow the schedule in the course syllabus, to read assigned text chapters, to read assigned Lecture Notes, and to seek and read additional suggested resources as provided by the textbook and Instructor. In addition, students are expected to be alert and attentive with note taking in class and have a demonstrated desire to participate in any discussion. Exams are to be completed within the deadlines given by the Instructor, and any special instructions for the paper and/or writing assignment(s) are to be followed precisely. The Instructor will announce all deadlines and instructions as well as provide reminders about the pace or flow of the course.

    BASIS AND METHODS FOR GRADING: (May vary by instructor):

    25% Midterm Examination (objective test with essay questions that may count toward writing)
    35% Final Examination (objective test with essay questions that may count toward writing)
    25% Writing assignments (single or multiple assignments, the equivalent of 8 pages)
    15% Participation and Discussion (attendance, logins, discussion contributions)

    The grade scale used in this course is normally a 7-point scale, as follows, although instructors are free to make adjustments or modifications as circumstances permit. At times when circumstances permit, the scale may be dropped to a 10-point scale, or slightly more.

    A = 93-100
    B = 86-92
    C = 78-85
    D = 70-77
    F = 69/below

    ATTENDANCE POLICY: An attendance roster is kept (and login records, if this is a web-based course), and students are expected to attend all sessions on time and as scheduled. If a session and/or assignment deadline is to be missed for circumstances beyond the student's control, prior permission of the instructor must be obtained, and arrangements made for submission of the work. Regular late submission of work as well as tardiness and absenteeism will result in reduction of the final grade by at least one letter, depending upon severity. An "Incomplete" can only be given if the student has normally completed at least half the coursework, has a reasonable justification, and makes arrangements with the instructor.

    DISABILITY POLICY: Any student who has a disability that may affect his/her academic performance is encouraged to make an appointment with me to discuss this matter, or you may contact Disability Services; telephone 221-6230; voice 221-6278; voice tty.
    POLICY ON MINORS: Minors (any non-student under the age of 18) accompanying staff, faculty, students, or visitors on campus are not permitted in the classroom.
    ACADEMIC AND CLASSROOM MISCONDUCT: Students are expected to conduct themselves appropriately at all times. Academic and classroom misconduct will not be tolerated. Students must read the "Code of Student Conduct" in the new Student Handbook for an understanding of what will be expected of them within the academic setting. Cheating and plagiarism will not be tolerated, and any student found cheating or plagiarizing will receive an "F" for the work in question, and possibly an "F" for the course, and may be recommended for suspension from the University. Cheating is defined as not working on exams or assignments alone, and plagiarism is defined as taking the work of someone else's as one's own. APSU uses software that will identify plagiarism.
    The above schedule and procedures are subject to change in the event of extenuating circumstances.
    Last updated: May 11, 2011


    good luck

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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    topics are:
    • Recognize that crime victims make up half the crime equation
    • Understand and integrate major theoretical explanations of criminal victimization
    • Develop an awareness of the history and development of the crime victims’ rights movement in the United States
    • Enhance sensitivity as to the impact of criminal victimization on primary victims, secondary victims and the larger community
    • Provide a prepatory overview of crime victim services for those seeking a career in criminal justice and / or crime victim services
    • Integrate reading material, outside assignments and in-class discussion with course material

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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    Applications are invited for the post of Civil Judge Class-II (Entry Level) for 57 posts in the pay scale of Rs 9000- 14500, in the State of Madhya Pradesh through competitive examination from among the eligible candidates.

    Name of the Post: Civil Judge (Entry Level)
    Number of Posts: 57 (Gen-29, OBC-08, SC-09, ST-11)
    Pay Scale: Rs. 9000-14550
    Age Limit: 21-35 years (on 01.01.2011)
    Minimum Qualification: LL.B.

    Last Date for Application: 12.05.2010
    Date for Preliminary Exam: 08.08.2010
    Date for Main Examination: 03.10.2010

    You may get the detailed information at the official website of High Court of Madhya Pradesh at Jabalpur-
    http://mphighcourt.nic.in/cjii.pd
    Scheme & Pattern of Examination

    The Examination will be held in three stages:
    (I) Preliminary Examination
    (II) Main (Written) Examination
    (III) Interview

    (I) Preliminary Examination

    One question paper which shall contain 150 multiple choice objective type questions to be solved within a period of 3 hours.

    Syllabus for Preliminary Examination

    PART-A

    1. Law Lexicon & Maxims- 5 questions- 5 marks
    2. English (12th standard)- 10 questions- 10 marks
    3. Basic of Computer- 5 questions- 5 marks
    4. Indian Penal Code- 6 questions- 6 marks
    5. Criminal Procedure Code- 6 questions- 6 marks
    6. Evidence Act- 6 questions- 6 marks
    7. Transfer of Property Act- 6 questions- 6 marks
    8. Civil Procedure Code- 6 questions- 6 marks
    9. Contract Act- 6 questions- 6 marks
    10. Specific Relief Act- 5 questions- 5 marks
    11. NDPS Act- 4 questions- 4 marks
    12. Limitation Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    13. Negotiable Instruments Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    14. MP Land & Revenue Code- 7 questions- 7 marks
    15. MP Acco. Control Act- 7 questions- 7 marks
    16. Medico Legal Jurisprudence- 5 questions- 5 marks
    17. Juvenile Justice (Care & Protection) Act 2000- 3 questions- 3 marks
    18. Indian Easement Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    19. MP Excise Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    20. Wild Life Protection Act- 2 questions- 2 marks

    Total 100 question of 100 marks.
    Note: Out of above there shall be atleast 10 questions on basis of latest Supreme Court Decisions and 10 questions based on Full Bench Decisions of MP High Court.

    PART-B

    1. Constitution of India- 8 questions- 8 marks
    2. Hindu Marriage Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    3. Hindu Succession Act- 4 questions- 4 marks
    4. Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    5. Prevention of Corruption Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    6. Electricity Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    7. SC & ST (Prevention of Atro.) Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    8. Motor Vehicle Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    9. Indian Succession Act- 3 questions- 3 marks
    10. General Clauses Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    11. MP Public Gambling Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    12. Law of Torts- 2 questions- 2 marks
    13. Court Fees Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    14. Indian Registration Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    15. Indian Stamp Act- 2 questions- 2 marks
    16. General Knowledge- 6 questions- 6 marks

    Total 50 questions of 50 marks.

    (II) Main (Written) Examination

    The main examination shall consist of two sets of papers each set shall consist of two papers, shall be of 3 hours duration and of 100 marks each set.

    Syllabus for Main Examination

    Paper-1: Constitution & Civil Laws (Civil Procedure Code, Transfer of Property Act, Contract Act, Specific Relief Act, Limitation Act), Hindu Law (Hindu Marriage Act, Hindu Succession Act, Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act), Indian Easement Act, Law of Torts, Indian Succession Act, MP Land Revenue Code and MP Accomodation Control Act

    per-2: Criminal Law (Indian Penal Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Evidence Act, NI Act), NDPS Act, Prevention of Corruption Act, Atrocity Act, Electricity Act, MP Excise Act, Wild Life Protection Act and Juvenile Justice Act

    Paper-3:

    1. Article (150 words) on Social Topic- 15 marks
    2. Article (150 words) on Legal Topic- 10 marks
    3. Summary Writing (Hindi Legal)- 10 marks
    4. Summary Writing (English Legal)- 15 marks

    Paper-4:

    1. Judgement/ Order (Civil)- 30 marks
    2. Judgement/ Order (Criminal)- 20 marks

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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    Applications are invited for the post of Civil Judge Class-II (Entry Level) for 57 posts in the pay scale of Rs 9000- 14500, in the State of Madhya Pradesh through competitive examination from among the eligible candidates.

    Name of the Post: Civil Judge (Entry Level)
    Number of Posts: 57 (Gen-29, OBC-08, SC-09, ST-11)
    Pay Scale: Rs. 9000-14550
    Age Limit: 21-35 years (on 01.01.2011)
    Minimum Qualification: LL.B.

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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    topics are:
    • Recognize that crime victims make up half the crime equation
    • Understand and integrate major theoretical explanations of criminal victimization
    • Develop an awareness of the history and development of the crime victims’ rights movement in the United States
    • Enhance sensitivity as to the impact of criminal victimization on primary victims, secondary victims and the larger community
    • Provide a prepatory overview of crime victim services for those seeking a career in criminal justice and / or crime victim services
    • Integrate reading material, outside assignments and in-class discussion with course material

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    Re: What is the syllabus of CJ Exam?

    when will come next civil judge exam.and what will be syllebus. " please tell me" thanks

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