Latest Update and Analysis of MPCJ Prelims 2023 Check Here

Author : Yogricha

Updated On : May 31, 2024

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MPCJ Prelims 2023 was scheduled today on 14th January 2024. Here are the important details about the exam.

  • Approximately 35,000 students appeared for MPCJ Prelims 2023.
  • Following were the centres in Madhya Pradesh: Jabalpur, Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Sagar, Satna, and Ujjain.

Know: MPCJ Prelims 2024 Cut-off

Analysis of MPCJ Prelims 2023 examination:

The MP Civil judge exam conducted on 14 January 2023 was moderate. Overall the law section was tricky and had a lot of conceptual questions. The law section demanded thorough reading of bare acts. Any aspirant not versed with bare provisions would have found the questions very difficult. The questions from minor acts were direct. The General Knowledge and Current Legal Knowledge section was tough and trick with questions mostly focusing on national level news.

Overall difficulty level: moderate (Not too easy, not too difficult)

Case Laws: Too many case laws 16-17case laws based questions (recent and landmark both)

Type of Questions: conceptual questions

G.K. Question: G.K. questions were tough (satic  GK had so many geography based questions

New Laws: POCSO, JJ and IT act, easy questions

Criminal Laws: No questions from new criminal laws

Previous Year Papers: Questions from PYPs were decent in numbers (30-40% PYQ topics)

Type of Topics: known topics/trendy topics

Language section: English was moderate, but overall tricky

CrPC: on the Difficult high level (application based questions)

Evidence: Conceptual questions

Computer: Easy with repeated questions from previous years

CPC: Easy, bare act based

Constitution: easy (PYQ centric)

Minor Laws: Simple questions PYQ centric, direct questions

State Specific: Direct index based questions

IPC: Illustration based questions, hypothetical questions ( Mains centric questions with conceptual knowledge)

Other: Overall moderate paper with case laws based questions and bare act based questions

Safe Score: We cannot predict any assured safe score, but as per the analysis done by us here is the expected cut-off score:

Considering the less number of vacancies the cut-off must be something around:

  • General catagory: 124 -125 marks
  • OBC: 116 -118 marks
  • ST: 82 - 85 marks
  • SC: 96 - 100 marks

For clearing this MPCJ 2023 Prelims examination you must know the concepts and have a thorough knowledge of the bare act.

Read more: Detailed analysis of MPCJ  Prelims 2024 Question paper

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Latest Update and Analysis of MPCJ Prelims 2023 Check Here

Author : Yogricha

May 31, 2024

SHARE

MPCJ Prelims 2023 was scheduled today on 14th January 2024. Here are the important details about the exam.

  • Approximately 35,000 students appeared for MPCJ Prelims 2023.
  • Following were the centres in Madhya Pradesh: Jabalpur, Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Sagar, Satna, and Ujjain.

Know: MPCJ Prelims 2024 Cut-off

Analysis of MPCJ Prelims 2023 examination:

The MP Civil judge exam conducted on 14 January 2023 was moderate. Overall the law section was tricky and had a lot of conceptual questions. The law section demanded thorough reading of bare acts. Any aspirant not versed with bare provisions would have found the questions very difficult. The questions from minor acts were direct. The General Knowledge and Current Legal Knowledge section was tough and trick with questions mostly focusing on national level news.

Overall difficulty level: moderate (Not too easy, not too difficult)

Case Laws: Too many case laws 16-17case laws based questions (recent and landmark both)

Type of Questions: conceptual questions

G.K. Question: G.K. questions were tough (satic  GK had so many geography based questions

New Laws: POCSO, JJ and IT act, easy questions

Criminal Laws: No questions from new criminal laws

Previous Year Papers: Questions from PYPs were decent in numbers (30-40% PYQ topics)

Type of Topics: known topics/trendy topics

Language section: English was moderate, but overall tricky

CrPC: on the Difficult high level (application based questions)

Evidence: Conceptual questions

Computer: Easy with repeated questions from previous years

CPC: Easy, bare act based

Constitution: easy (PYQ centric)

Minor Laws: Simple questions PYQ centric, direct questions

State Specific: Direct index based questions

IPC: Illustration based questions, hypothetical questions ( Mains centric questions with conceptual knowledge)

Other: Overall moderate paper with case laws based questions and bare act based questions

Safe Score: We cannot predict any assured safe score, but as per the analysis done by us here is the expected cut-off score:

Considering the less number of vacancies the cut-off must be something around:

  • General catagory: 124 -125 marks
  • OBC: 116 -118 marks
  • ST: 82 - 85 marks
  • SC: 96 - 100 marks

For clearing this MPCJ 2023 Prelims examination you must know the concepts and have a thorough knowledge of the bare act.

Read more: Detailed analysis of MPCJ  Prelims 2024 Question paper

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the stages in the Delhi Judiciary Exam Selection Process?

Which are important topics in Judiciary Prelims Exam?

What is the marking scheme of Judiciary Prelims and Mains Exam?

Is Viva-Voce stage compulsory?

What is the marking scheme of Judiciary Viva-Voce stage?

Is it necessary to opt for the coaching classes to clear the MP Judiciary Service Examination? 

How should one begin his/her preparation for the MP Judiciary Exam?

What type questions are asked in the personality test or viva voce round of MP Judiciary examination?

What are the eligibility criteria of MP Judiciary Examination? 

Which subjects are most important to focus on while preparing for the MP Judiciary Services Examination? 

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