Andhra Pradesh Judiciary 2024 - Exam Pattern, Selection Process, Eligibility & More

Author : Yogricha

Updated On : March 23, 2024

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Overview: In the recently published notification on 12th January 2024, issued by Andhra Pradesh High Court, Amravati, an announcement of 39 Civil Judge positions has been released. 

If you are one of the aspirants of Andhra Pradesh Judiciary, then you must read this blog to know all the details about the latest APCJ vacancy 2024

In this Blog we will cover:

  • About Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh
  • Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Vacancies 2024
  • Application Process
  • Important dates
  • Syllabus of Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Exam
  • Pattern of Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Exam 2024

About Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh

Here are all the important details that you should know about the Andhra Pradesh Judiciary exams:

An Overview of Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh 
Responsible Authority  Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission 
Website for official Notification  hp.ap.nic.in
Job Role Civil Judge (Junior Division)
Number of Openings  39
Release of official notification  12 January 2024
Application Starts From 31 January 2024
End date for Applying  1 March 2024
Screening Test Admit Card 15 March 2024
Screening Test Date 13 April 2024
Process post-screening round  Computer-Based Examination (Prelims Exam) /Written Examination (Offline) /Viva Voce
Minimum Qualification  LLB (Law Graduate) 

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Vacancies 2024

In the recently published notice by Andhra Pradesh High Court Amravati, officially released on 12 January 2924! The Authority has announced 39 Judiciary Vacancies under Direct recruitment and Recruitment by Transferring, respectively.

In this list, the Judicial Service Andhra Pradesh has segregated 25 seats for the Direct recruitment process, while the rest 6 will be allotted on a promotion basis. Also, the direct recruitment seats have been reversed under different categories to provide equal chances to all participants and the General candidates.

Distribution of the Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Vacancies 2024

Segment  Post under the Direct recruitment process  Opening under the Transfer recruitment 
OC 11 5
EWS 7 1
BC-A 2

1

 
BC - B  2
BC - C  2
BC - D 1
BC - E 2
SC 3 (one for woman)
ST 2
Total 32 7

Notes: In each of these categories, women have received reservations separately. Openings for Women is available in EWS, BC - A, BC - B & SC segments. 

Steps to Apply for Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh 2024

Wishing to apply for the Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh, but don't know the complete process? Indeed, incomplete fragments of information often lead to mistakes. So you must have the right information 

Steps to apply for Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh: 

Step 1: Land on the official website first.

Step 2: Complete the application form with all the mandatory input.

Step 3: Attach your most recent passport-size shot and signature in the structure specified.

Step 4: Upload the essential papers (scanned copy)

Step 5: make the mandatory payment through net banking/UPI/Debit card/Credit card. Whatever is available to you.

Step 6: Review the input on the application form and click the submit icon.

Step 7: It is recommended that candidates keep a replica of the application form for future consideration.

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Admit Card 2024

Like all competitive examinations, an Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Admit Card is a primary document to ensure your entrance into the examination hall.

It is an important document to verify your candidature for the examination. So, ensure that you have downloaded it (and don’t ignore making 2-3 duplicates, so you don’t have to panic at the last minute if you misplace one).

Steps to Download your Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Admit Card 

Step 1: To avoid being intimidated by other sources, go to the official website and check to see if your Admit card is available for download. (Email, text message, and so on.)

Step 2: Check the admit card download link. It can only be found on the website in the Public Notice section.

Step 3: Log in with your verified credentials once you've found that link.

Step 4: Feed the CAPTCHA/security code, followed by the information mentioned above.

Step 5: You can view your admission card after successfully logging in. Once the download is done in pdf format, print a hard copy.

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Results in 2024

The final result is a verdict of our performance in the examination. So, what's the first thing you will do when you hear the results?

You're going to check it right away, right? Everyone remains quite excited about the final declaration. Hence, we have assembled information regarding how to check your Judicial Service Exam, Andhra Pradesh 2024.

Read More: Upcoming Judiciary Exams

Steps to download your Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh results 

Step 1: The first step will include visiting the official website of Andhra Pradesh High court, or you can use this link hp.ap.nic.in.

Step 2: When you arrive at the landing page, you will notice the "What's New" bulletin board.

Step 3: Check for the Results notification with the "new" icon flashing beside the news bulletin, which will be right there on the landing page.

Step 4: Continue by downloading the PDF file. If your name appears on the merit list, keep a copy of it for future reference.

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Analysis 2024

Being a Judicial Examination The Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam mostly consists of questions from the legal domain. However, in the Screening Test, you will also be asked questions from different domains. It includes legal reasoning, General knowledge, General sciences, analytical and Critical Reasoning, etc.

The Screening Test is relatively convergent because it has MCQ from the recent news and Basic Legal segment. However, the Mains paper is a little tough because it will ask concept-based questions. Here you have to give precise information within the strict word limit. 

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Exam Pattern 2024

With the onset of the new section containing all the major information on the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam. Let's begin Judiciary Exam Pattern with the stages of tests you must go through if you are one of the Direct recruitment candidates. 

Screening Test

They will conduct the Screening Test online, giving you two hours to solve 100 questions.

Each question will carry 1 mark, and they will penalize you 0.25 marks for each mistaken answer. These scores will be deducted from your aggregate marks. With online mode, we mean that it will be a Computer-based test, and you don’t have to deal with the pen-and-paper situation.

Written Examination

They conduct written examinations offline in Pen and paper mode, and you can only participate if you manage to clear the screening test.

You have to write 3 papers where the first paper will be on civil law, the second paper will be on Criminal Law, and the last will be on Translation (English language Test). The aggregate score will be 300 because each paper will be 100 marks, and there is no provision for negative marking because these questions are descriptive.

Step 2: Written Exam Details 
Subjects  Questions  Score  Duration 
Criminal Law  100 100 3 hours 
Civil Law 100 100 3 hours 
English language and Translation (Essay, passage & Translation)  25 (Translation) 75 (Essay)  100 3 hours 

Interview 

  • Once you are done clearing your Preliminary and Mains Examination, you will move to the Interview round. 
  • The aggregate score of the Viva will be 50 marks. You have to score more than 45% of this total. 
  • Once you clear the Interview round, they will list you on the merit list. From here, they will move you to the training/probation and then to the final joining.

Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Preparation Books

Refer to the following list of Best Books for the Judiciary exam:

Books to be purchased  Publication/Writers 
Reading Material for the Civil Judge Exam (Question & Answer Format) Anil Khirran Kumar
Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Manual Shock Thorpe
Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Study Material and Notes Delhi Law Academy 
Judicial Service Examination  LexisNexis
EBC's Master Guide  EBC Publication 
Singhal's Judicial Service Examination Mains Paper Bhumika Jain & Pawan Kumar 
The Judges, Judiciary, and Justice Administration Justice R Bhanumati 
Preliminary Exams for Judicial Services Samarth Aggarwal 
Judicial Service Exam Study Guide Universal Publication 

Read More - Best Online Coaching for Judiciary 

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Preparation Tips 

  • The early bird catches the worm. Therefore, begin your preparation at the earliest. Because the more time you invest in your preparation, the better.
  • Seek professional assistance in preparation because the right direction will yield the best results.
  • Use credible sources of information. Seniors’ notes are the most effective in this situation.
  • Take practice tests and analyze your results regularly to monitor and improve your preparations.
  • Going through previous years’ questions thoroughly will give a clear idea about the question pattern. Also, regarding the types of questions you might face in the examination. 
  • Finally, have faith in your preparations and remain optimistic about the future.

Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Eligibility (Direct recruitment)

Akin to all other judicial or government jobs, Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Examination has set some criteria for the candidates. If you fall under it, then well and good, but if you flub, there will be nothing but elimination. So, let's check out what the odds of your selection are based on Judiciary Exam Eligibility

Age

  • The first condition is that you must not exceed the age limit of 35 at the appointment time. 
  • Your age should be below 35 by the time of 1st November 2022. 
  • However, if you are from SC/ST/Women/EWS, you can use the relaxation for 5 years. For a handicapped candidate, they will provide you with 10 years of age relaxation. 

Qualifications

  • Graduation in LLB (either Hons or Integrated) from a university that has been recognized by UGC and accredited by the Bar Council of India is required (BCI).
  •  If you have completed the degree abroad, it should be equivalent to its Indian counterpart. 
  • You must have no paper left for your appearance. Your results should include a score for each past paper with no backlog.

Nationality

  • You must be of Indian nationality and have at least one government document proving it.
  • Also, if you are an in-house candidate (an Andhra Pradesh resident), make sure to bring your residential certificate with you because Domestic candidates are given preference over candidates from other states.

Experience

  • Experience is not mandatory for Direct recruitment. Therefore even if you're a fresh Graduate, just out of college. You are eligible to apply for the Judicial Service Exam. 

Read More - Judiciary Exams Question Paper

Physical attributes and Character Affirmations 

  • You must have an upright attitude with honest nature. You should have a promising reputation in your name. 
  • Should be free from Physical ailments (those which are not mentioned under the eligible handicapped candidates) 

Appointment via Transfer

  • If you are applying under recruitment via transfer, you must not exceed 48 years by 1st Nov 2023.
  • You must be practising as a Defender/Prosecutor. If not, then ensure you are registered with the state bar council.
  • If you are not currently serving in the judicial branch but have previously worked as an advocate, librarian, field assistant, etc.
  • The position should be held for a specified number of years, after which the appointed officer will be promoted to a higher-paying position.

 Who is not eligible? Find here in the list

  • He/She is not an Indian Citizen.
  • One who is dismissed from High Court service.
  • If you have been involved in any morally corrupt situation.
  • If they have banned you from the UPSC, APPSC, or other State or Central level Civil Service Examinations. 
  • If you have retained the power to influence the judiciary system directly or indirectly. 
  • Having more than 1 spouse can have you disqualified. 
  • You will not be deemed suitable for this role if you have any criminal record in your name.

Read More - PCS J Salary

Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Reservation Policy 2024

 Certain reservation provisions are provided to the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Examination Aspirants. So what are the conditions for reservation? Check here: 

  • If you wish to avail yourself of reservation benefits, attach the caste/category certificate. 
  • You can compete in the open category if you do not have one. Your application will be considered under the General Category. 
  • If you intend to avail reservation under BC (A, B, C, D or E) category, then make sure to obtain a non-creamy layer certificate in terms of G.O. Ms No 3, Backward Class Welfare (C2) Department, dated 04/04/2006 & G.O. Ms No 26, Backward Class Welfare (C) Department, dated 09/12/2013. 
  • The candidates wishing to apply under the EWS category need to bring a certificate under the terms of G.O. Ms No 66, General Administration (Service D) Department, 14/07/2021 & G.O. Ms No 73 General Administration (Service D) 04/08/2021. The Tahsildar should issue it, and the income cap must not increase more than INR 80,000/- annually.
  • The recruitment should be subject to the Vertical Reservation for SC, ST, BC (A, B, C, D, E) & Horizontal reservation for Women and Physically Challenged (locomotor) as per Andhra Pradesh State Judicial (Cadre & Service) 2007. The reservation under the BC-E category shall be subject to the result of civil appeal Nos. 2628-2637 of 2010, pending on the Honourable Supreme court of India file.

Expected Cut-off in Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam

The direct recruitment process of the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam, like any other competitive examination, has a cut-off score for enlistment. As a result, you should be aware that anyone who exceeds the required cut-off score will be considered the ideal candidate for the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam.

  • If you are in the General Category, you must score at least 40% in the Pre and Mains, and your overall score must be greater than 45%. (As a result, try to score as high as possible rather than settling for 40%).
  • If you are from the SC/ST/PWD community, you will receive a 5% reduction in your overall score.

Notes: Cut-offs are highly unpredictable because they depend on multiple factors and are not uniform. Hence, you must try to give your best instead of relying on the previous/estimated data of the cut-off score. 

Know More About Upcoming Judiciary Exams (State-wise)

Examination Syllabus of Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam

If you know the syllabus, you have met half of your goal, and if not, you will get into real trouble. We have enlisted the Civil and Criminal Law syllabus in the table below for reference. Take a close look and start gathering your materials on Judiciary Exam Syllabus:

Civil Law  Criminal Law 
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 Indian Evidence Act, 1872 
Indian Easement Act 1882 Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
Limitation Act, 1963 Andhra Pradesh Excise Act, 1968 
Transfer of Property Act, 1882 Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015
Civil Rules of Practice Indian Penal Code, 1860
Registration Act, 1908  Andhra Pradesh Gaming Act, 1974
Indian Stamp Act, 1899  Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
Indian Evidence Act, 1872 Criminal Rules of Practice
Andhra Pradesh Land Encroachment Act, 1905



 
Indian Contract Act, 1872
Specific Relief Act, 1963
Hindu Succession Act, 1956

Conclusion

This blog provides the necessary information for the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam. We have covered all the essentials for your reference, beginning with the exam details and application process and ending with the syllabus. As a result, by reading the blog, you will learn about eligibility, reservations, important books, preparation tips, and other topics. 

Download Judiciary Study Material

Fill your details

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any official AP Judiciary Exam Schedule announced for Civil Judge Recruitment?

What is the eligibility for AP Civil Judge Recruitment?

What is crietria of selection for AP Judiciary?

How do I prepare for AP Judicial Exam?

What is the vacancy announced for AP Judiciary?

Andhra Pradesh Judiciary 2024 - Exam Pattern, Selection Process, Eligibility & More

Author : Yogricha

March 23, 2024

SHARE

Overview: In the recently published notification on 12th January 2024, issued by Andhra Pradesh High Court, Amravati, an announcement of 39 Civil Judge positions has been released. 

If you are one of the aspirants of Andhra Pradesh Judiciary, then you must read this blog to know all the details about the latest APCJ vacancy 2024

In this Blog we will cover:

  • About Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh
  • Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Vacancies 2024
  • Application Process
  • Important dates
  • Syllabus of Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Exam
  • Pattern of Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Exam 2024

About Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh

Here are all the important details that you should know about the Andhra Pradesh Judiciary exams:

An Overview of Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh 
Responsible Authority  Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission 
Website for official Notification  hp.ap.nic.in
Job Role Civil Judge (Junior Division)
Number of Openings  39
Release of official notification  12 January 2024
Application Starts From 31 January 2024
End date for Applying  1 March 2024
Screening Test Admit Card 15 March 2024
Screening Test Date 13 April 2024
Process post-screening round  Computer-Based Examination (Prelims Exam) /Written Examination (Offline) /Viva Voce
Minimum Qualification  LLB (Law Graduate) 

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Vacancies 2024

In the recently published notice by Andhra Pradesh High Court Amravati, officially released on 12 January 2924! The Authority has announced 39 Judiciary Vacancies under Direct recruitment and Recruitment by Transferring, respectively.

In this list, the Judicial Service Andhra Pradesh has segregated 25 seats for the Direct recruitment process, while the rest 6 will be allotted on a promotion basis. Also, the direct recruitment seats have been reversed under different categories to provide equal chances to all participants and the General candidates.

Distribution of the Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Vacancies 2024

Segment  Post under the Direct recruitment process  Opening under the Transfer recruitment 
OC 11 5
EWS 7 1
BC-A 2

1

 
BC - B  2
BC - C  2
BC - D 1
BC - E 2
SC 3 (one for woman)
ST 2
Total 32 7

Notes: In each of these categories, women have received reservations separately. Openings for Women is available in EWS, BC - A, BC - B & SC segments. 

Steps to Apply for Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh 2024

Wishing to apply for the Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh, but don't know the complete process? Indeed, incomplete fragments of information often lead to mistakes. So you must have the right information 

Steps to apply for Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh: 

Step 1: Land on the official website first.

Step 2: Complete the application form with all the mandatory input.

Step 3: Attach your most recent passport-size shot and signature in the structure specified.

Step 4: Upload the essential papers (scanned copy)

Step 5: make the mandatory payment through net banking/UPI/Debit card/Credit card. Whatever is available to you.

Step 6: Review the input on the application form and click the submit icon.

Step 7: It is recommended that candidates keep a replica of the application form for future consideration.

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Admit Card 2024

Like all competitive examinations, an Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Admit Card is a primary document to ensure your entrance into the examination hall.

It is an important document to verify your candidature for the examination. So, ensure that you have downloaded it (and don’t ignore making 2-3 duplicates, so you don’t have to panic at the last minute if you misplace one).

Steps to Download your Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Admit Card 

Step 1: To avoid being intimidated by other sources, go to the official website and check to see if your Admit card is available for download. (Email, text message, and so on.)

Step 2: Check the admit card download link. It can only be found on the website in the Public Notice section.

Step 3: Log in with your verified credentials once you've found that link.

Step 4: Feed the CAPTCHA/security code, followed by the information mentioned above.

Step 5: You can view your admission card after successfully logging in. Once the download is done in pdf format, print a hard copy.

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Results in 2024

The final result is a verdict of our performance in the examination. So, what's the first thing you will do when you hear the results?

You're going to check it right away, right? Everyone remains quite excited about the final declaration. Hence, we have assembled information regarding how to check your Judicial Service Exam, Andhra Pradesh 2024.

Read More: Upcoming Judiciary Exams

Steps to download your Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh results 

Step 1: The first step will include visiting the official website of Andhra Pradesh High court, or you can use this link hp.ap.nic.in.

Step 2: When you arrive at the landing page, you will notice the "What's New" bulletin board.

Step 3: Check for the Results notification with the "new" icon flashing beside the news bulletin, which will be right there on the landing page.

Step 4: Continue by downloading the PDF file. If your name appears on the merit list, keep a copy of it for future reference.

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Analysis 2024

Being a Judicial Examination The Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam mostly consists of questions from the legal domain. However, in the Screening Test, you will also be asked questions from different domains. It includes legal reasoning, General knowledge, General sciences, analytical and Critical Reasoning, etc.

The Screening Test is relatively convergent because it has MCQ from the recent news and Basic Legal segment. However, the Mains paper is a little tough because it will ask concept-based questions. Here you have to give precise information within the strict word limit. 

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Exam Pattern 2024

With the onset of the new section containing all the major information on the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam. Let's begin Judiciary Exam Pattern with the stages of tests you must go through if you are one of the Direct recruitment candidates. 

Screening Test

They will conduct the Screening Test online, giving you two hours to solve 100 questions.

Each question will carry 1 mark, and they will penalize you 0.25 marks for each mistaken answer. These scores will be deducted from your aggregate marks. With online mode, we mean that it will be a Computer-based test, and you don’t have to deal with the pen-and-paper situation.

Written Examination

They conduct written examinations offline in Pen and paper mode, and you can only participate if you manage to clear the screening test.

You have to write 3 papers where the first paper will be on civil law, the second paper will be on Criminal Law, and the last will be on Translation (English language Test). The aggregate score will be 300 because each paper will be 100 marks, and there is no provision for negative marking because these questions are descriptive.

Step 2: Written Exam Details 
Subjects  Questions  Score  Duration 
Criminal Law  100 100 3 hours 
Civil Law 100 100 3 hours 
English language and Translation (Essay, passage & Translation)  25 (Translation) 75 (Essay)  100 3 hours 

Interview 

  • Once you are done clearing your Preliminary and Mains Examination, you will move to the Interview round. 
  • The aggregate score of the Viva will be 50 marks. You have to score more than 45% of this total. 
  • Once you clear the Interview round, they will list you on the merit list. From here, they will move you to the training/probation and then to the final joining.

Andhra Pradesh Judiciary Preparation Books

Refer to the following list of Best Books for the Judiciary exam:

Books to be purchased  Publication/Writers 
Reading Material for the Civil Judge Exam (Question & Answer Format) Anil Khirran Kumar
Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Manual Shock Thorpe
Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Study Material and Notes Delhi Law Academy 
Judicial Service Examination  LexisNexis
EBC's Master Guide  EBC Publication 
Singhal's Judicial Service Examination Mains Paper Bhumika Jain & Pawan Kumar 
The Judges, Judiciary, and Justice Administration Justice R Bhanumati 
Preliminary Exams for Judicial Services Samarth Aggarwal 
Judicial Service Exam Study Guide Universal Publication 

Read More - Best Online Coaching for Judiciary 

Judicial Service Exam Andhra Pradesh Preparation Tips 

  • The early bird catches the worm. Therefore, begin your preparation at the earliest. Because the more time you invest in your preparation, the better.
  • Seek professional assistance in preparation because the right direction will yield the best results.
  • Use credible sources of information. Seniors’ notes are the most effective in this situation.
  • Take practice tests and analyze your results regularly to monitor and improve your preparations.
  • Going through previous years’ questions thoroughly will give a clear idea about the question pattern. Also, regarding the types of questions you might face in the examination. 
  • Finally, have faith in your preparations and remain optimistic about the future.

Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Eligibility (Direct recruitment)

Akin to all other judicial or government jobs, Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Examination has set some criteria for the candidates. If you fall under it, then well and good, but if you flub, there will be nothing but elimination. So, let's check out what the odds of your selection are based on Judiciary Exam Eligibility

Age

  • The first condition is that you must not exceed the age limit of 35 at the appointment time. 
  • Your age should be below 35 by the time of 1st November 2022. 
  • However, if you are from SC/ST/Women/EWS, you can use the relaxation for 5 years. For a handicapped candidate, they will provide you with 10 years of age relaxation. 

Qualifications

  • Graduation in LLB (either Hons or Integrated) from a university that has been recognized by UGC and accredited by the Bar Council of India is required (BCI).
  •  If you have completed the degree abroad, it should be equivalent to its Indian counterpart. 
  • You must have no paper left for your appearance. Your results should include a score for each past paper with no backlog.

Nationality

  • You must be of Indian nationality and have at least one government document proving it.
  • Also, if you are an in-house candidate (an Andhra Pradesh resident), make sure to bring your residential certificate with you because Domestic candidates are given preference over candidates from other states.

Experience

  • Experience is not mandatory for Direct recruitment. Therefore even if you're a fresh Graduate, just out of college. You are eligible to apply for the Judicial Service Exam. 

Read More - Judiciary Exams Question Paper

Physical attributes and Character Affirmations 

  • You must have an upright attitude with honest nature. You should have a promising reputation in your name. 
  • Should be free from Physical ailments (those which are not mentioned under the eligible handicapped candidates) 

Appointment via Transfer

  • If you are applying under recruitment via transfer, you must not exceed 48 years by 1st Nov 2023.
  • You must be practising as a Defender/Prosecutor. If not, then ensure you are registered with the state bar council.
  • If you are not currently serving in the judicial branch but have previously worked as an advocate, librarian, field assistant, etc.
  • The position should be held for a specified number of years, after which the appointed officer will be promoted to a higher-paying position.

 Who is not eligible? Find here in the list

  • He/She is not an Indian Citizen.
  • One who is dismissed from High Court service.
  • If you have been involved in any morally corrupt situation.
  • If they have banned you from the UPSC, APPSC, or other State or Central level Civil Service Examinations. 
  • If you have retained the power to influence the judiciary system directly or indirectly. 
  • Having more than 1 spouse can have you disqualified. 
  • You will not be deemed suitable for this role if you have any criminal record in your name.

Read More - PCS J Salary

Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Reservation Policy 2024

 Certain reservation provisions are provided to the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Examination Aspirants. So what are the conditions for reservation? Check here: 

  • If you wish to avail yourself of reservation benefits, attach the caste/category certificate. 
  • You can compete in the open category if you do not have one. Your application will be considered under the General Category. 
  • If you intend to avail reservation under BC (A, B, C, D or E) category, then make sure to obtain a non-creamy layer certificate in terms of G.O. Ms No 3, Backward Class Welfare (C2) Department, dated 04/04/2006 & G.O. Ms No 26, Backward Class Welfare (C) Department, dated 09/12/2013. 
  • The candidates wishing to apply under the EWS category need to bring a certificate under the terms of G.O. Ms No 66, General Administration (Service D) Department, 14/07/2021 & G.O. Ms No 73 General Administration (Service D) 04/08/2021. The Tahsildar should issue it, and the income cap must not increase more than INR 80,000/- annually.
  • The recruitment should be subject to the Vertical Reservation for SC, ST, BC (A, B, C, D, E) & Horizontal reservation for Women and Physically Challenged (locomotor) as per Andhra Pradesh State Judicial (Cadre & Service) 2007. The reservation under the BC-E category shall be subject to the result of civil appeal Nos. 2628-2637 of 2010, pending on the Honourable Supreme court of India file.

Expected Cut-off in Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam

The direct recruitment process of the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam, like any other competitive examination, has a cut-off score for enlistment. As a result, you should be aware that anyone who exceeds the required cut-off score will be considered the ideal candidate for the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam.

  • If you are in the General Category, you must score at least 40% in the Pre and Mains, and your overall score must be greater than 45%. (As a result, try to score as high as possible rather than settling for 40%).
  • If you are from the SC/ST/PWD community, you will receive a 5% reduction in your overall score.

Notes: Cut-offs are highly unpredictable because they depend on multiple factors and are not uniform. Hence, you must try to give your best instead of relying on the previous/estimated data of the cut-off score. 

Know More About Upcoming Judiciary Exams (State-wise)

Examination Syllabus of Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam

If you know the syllabus, you have met half of your goal, and if not, you will get into real trouble. We have enlisted the Civil and Criminal Law syllabus in the table below for reference. Take a close look and start gathering your materials on Judiciary Exam Syllabus:

Civil Law  Criminal Law 
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 Indian Evidence Act, 1872 
Indian Easement Act 1882 Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005
Limitation Act, 1963 Andhra Pradesh Excise Act, 1968 
Transfer of Property Act, 1882 Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015
Civil Rules of Practice Indian Penal Code, 1860
Registration Act, 1908  Andhra Pradesh Gaming Act, 1974
Indian Stamp Act, 1899  Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
Indian Evidence Act, 1872 Criminal Rules of Practice
Andhra Pradesh Land Encroachment Act, 1905



 
Indian Contract Act, 1872
Specific Relief Act, 1963
Hindu Succession Act, 1956

Conclusion

This blog provides the necessary information for the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Service Exam. We have covered all the essentials for your reference, beginning with the exam details and application process and ending with the syllabus. As a result, by reading the blog, you will learn about eligibility, reservations, important books, preparation tips, and other topics. 

Download Judiciary Study Material

Fill your details

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there any official AP Judiciary Exam Schedule announced for Civil Judge Recruitment?

What is the eligibility for AP Civil Judge Recruitment?

What is crietria of selection for AP Judiciary?

How do I prepare for AP Judicial Exam?

What is the vacancy announced for AP Judiciary?

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