Under the re-structuring of Madhya Pradesh, the State of Chhattisgarh came into existence on 1st November 2000. Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission was formed under the provision of Act 315 of the Constitution of India on 23rd May 2001. The Chhattisgarh Judicial Service Examination is conducted by the Chhattisgarh High Court for recruitment to the Civil Judge cadre every year. Every year lots of students apply for the post of civil judge. 

CGPSC has released the pattern of the examination of Chhattisgarh along with all the notification on November 23, 2019. Candidates who are getting ready for the exam can scrutinize the CGPSC exam pattern for all the stages - Prelims and Mains. CGPSC exam pattern 2020 includes different sections, topics, and subjects from where the questions will be asked in the exam, marking scheme, and duration. Aspirants will find all sorts of information about the Chhattisgarh judiciary in this post.

Candidates will get an overall idea about the question paper and topics that are asked in the examination with the help of the CGPSC exam pattern 2020. Candidates must go through the points of the Chhattisgarh Judiciary exam 2020 pattern before starting their preparation for the exam. 

The CGPSC State Services Exam has three stages: 

1. CGPSC Prelims Exam ( Online or offline)

There is two compulsory paper of objective type. The time allotted for the examination is 2 hours each. Paper 1 is made up of questions based on general topics. Paper 2 is an aptitude test. Both of the papers have a duration of 2 hours and 100 questions of 200 marks.

2. CGPSC Mains Examination ( Written )

The mains exam is made up of seven papers. The type of questions will be based on conventional (short/medium/long) type. All the papers will have a time duration of 3 hours and 200 marks each.

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3. Interview/ Personality Test

The candidates will appear for the personality test and they will be selected for the personality test based on marks scored in the Mains exam. The personal interview test will be of 150 marks. The final merit list of the applicants will be based on the total marks scored in the mains exam and personality test.

CGPSC members are appointed or removed by the governor of the state. Their term of service is six years which starts from the date of their appointment. Candidates will get all the required information of the CGPSC Civil Judge Admit Card, CGPSC Civil Judge Result, and CGPSC Civil Judge Syllabus in this post.

CGPSC Recruitment Notifications

Chhattisgarh exam notification is published on the High Court’s official website at highcourt.cg.gov.in or at the website of the state’s public service commission at Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (if the exam is conducted by PSC). 

The latest notification which was uploaded on the official website of the CGPSC is that the exam which was scheduled for the 8th of September, 2019 is now rescheduled on the 21st of September, 2019. The admit card of the aforesaid exam will be released 10 days before the exam.

The official website of the CGPSC also includes notifications about the release date of the CGPSC Civil Judge Admit Card, CGPSC Civil Judge Result, and CGPSC Civil Judge Syllabus. Candidates will also find Chhattisgarh judiciary exam 2020 notifications and Chhattisgarh Judiciary recruitment notification on the official website of CGPSC.

CGPSC Exam Dates 2020

The Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission Mains exam will be held on 18, 19, 20, & 21 October 2020. The date for the prelims exam is the 9th of February, 2020. Candidates will get all Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Exam notifications in the official website.

CGPSC Eligibility 2020

There are certain eligibilities for a candidate to appear for the Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Exam despite the various relaxations being allowed too many categories of applicants.

  • The candidate must be of 21 years of age or above and should not have completed 35 years of age as on the exact date mentioned in the official advertisement for that particular year
  • Candidate must have completed his/her Bachelor’s Degree of Law from a recognized University which is approved by the BCI

CGPSC Application Form 2020 

For CGPSC State Service Mains Exam 2020 the application is over by now. The last date to apply for the main exam was the 23rd of August, 2020. Applicants can view the application form and also edit details from 30th July 2020 to 23rd August 2020 at the official website, psc.cg.gv.in. The facility of editing the form after submission is entitled to a certain amount of fee payment as well. The form correction facility will start after the application form fill up process ends. The registration process of the same was also conducted on 27th June 2020.

Candidates must keep in mind that application forms will not be accepted other than an online method by the commissioner for the CGPSC Judicial Services exam.

Candidates who have qualified for prelims of the CGPSC civil judge exam now have to register themselves for the mains examination which a notification has been released by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission. The window for the same has been started from 27th June 2020. Eligible aspirants can register themselves before 23rd August 2020 which is the last date for the submission of the application.

After filling up the application form candidates need to pay for the same as the application fee decided by the commissioner. If the candidate fails to pay the application fee by online method then the application form will be marked incomplete.

The CGPSC application form is accessible for the candidates for a restricted period. Candidates must know the process of filling up the form before starting the process because it is a bit lengthy process and needs to be filled before the last date. Various steps need to be followed to apply for CGPSC 2020 online. Given below are the steps:-

  • Candidates must visit the official website (psc.cg.gov.in)
  • Find the appropriate link to apply online
  • The basic details of the candidates need to be entered
  • Candidates need to upload a digital signature and photograph as in said format.
  • The application fee must be paid as per the category
  • Click on the ‘Submit’ button
  • A confirmation page is displayed on the screen after the successful submission of the application form
  • Candidates must download the confirmation page and take a printed copy of the same

The application form for the preliminary exams and the mains exams are uploaded separately. Hence candidates who are qualified for the mains exams must fill up a separate application form.

CGPSC Civil Judge Vacancy and Salary 2020

Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC) has announced an official notice stating a vacancy of 32 Civil Judge. This recruitment is for entry-level. Aspirants can apply online for this post. And the last date to apply was is the 2nd of April, 2020. Furthermore, the dates are extended and candidates can apply for the Civil Judge Recruitment 2020 till the 15th of June, 2020, and can do the editing till the 18th of June, 2020.

 The position of the Civil Judge is what matters the most. It is considered to be one of the most respected poets in the Judiciary Court. A civil judge does not have to spend his/her earnings for the necessities such as electricity, transportation, ration, and peon. They get almost everything looked upon by the government. A civil Judge directly experiences the sovereign power of the state.

The Civil Judges of the Chhattisgarh Judiciary are paid on the pay scale of A. Inspire of the salary they receive they also get paid some Grade Pay of 4500/- and also receives some extra benefits.

CGPSC Civil Judge Admit Card 2020

Candidates are issued the CGPSC Civil Judge Admit Card 2020 only when they have submitted Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Application Form. The admit card is made available only before 10 days of the exam/interview date.

Admit card of the prelims exams 2020 are to be published before 10 days of the examination. The exam is postponed. The admit card for the mains exams is published on the official website on 11th of September, 2020, and the mains exams are conducted on the 21st of September, 2020. Candidates can download the call letter for the interview and the admit card from psc.cg.gov.in for mains/prelims. A printed copy of the Chhattisgarh civil judge admits card needs to be carried by the applicants on the day of the exams or interview. 

Chhattisgarh Judiciary Syllabus 2020

The preliminary exams for the CGPSC Civil Service Exams will have 100 marks and the duration will be of 2 hours. Candidates need to answer several 100 questions. Following is the pattern:-

  1. There will be Objective type questions in the question paper. 
  2. English & Hindi are the two languages on which the paper will be set.

Aspirants must know the topic of the prelims exam 2020. Following are the topics:-

  • Indian Postal Code
  •  Code of Civil Procedure
  •  Code of Criminal Procedure 
  •  Indian Evidence Act
  •  Constitution of India
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Contract Act
  •  Limitation Act
  • The Chhattisgarh Rent Contract Act, 2011 
  • Court Fees Act
  • Specific Relief Act. 
  •  Registration Act
  • Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code
  • The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 
  • The Chhattisgarh Excise Act, 1915

CGPSC Syllabus for Mains Exam 2020

The applicants will appear in the Mains exams only if they qualify the prelims. Candidates will appear in the ratio 1:10 in the mains exam. The mains exam will comprise of the following topics: 

  • Mounting of issues and writing of Judgment in CivU Cases of 40 Marks 
  • Mounting of charges and writing of Judgment in Criminal Cases of 40 Marks 
  • Translation of languages. Hindi to English (10 marks), English to Hindi (10 marks).

For Paper I (General Studies):

  • Environment
  • Indian Economy
  • History of India and Indian National Movement
  • Physical, Social & Economic Geography of India
  • Constitution of India & Polity.
  • Current Affairs & Sports.
  • General Science & Technology.
  • Indian Philosophy, Art, Literature & Culture.

GK of Chhattisgarh CGPSC Exam Syllabus 2020:

  • Administrative Structure, Local Government, and Panchayati raj of Chhattisgarh
  • History of Chhattisgarh, & Contribution of Chhattisgarh in the Freedom Movement
  • Current Affairs of Chhattisgarh
  • Economy, Forest, and Agriculture of Chhattisgarh
  • Geography, Climate, Physical status, Census, Archeological and Tourist Centers of Chhattisgarh
  • Tribes, Special Traditions, Teej, and Festivals of Chhattisgarh.
  • Literature, Music, Dance, Art and Culture, Idioms and Proverbs, Puzzle/Riddle, Singing of Chhattisgarh
  • Industry in Chhattisgarh, Energy, Water, and Mineral Resource of Chhattisgarh.

CGPSC Syllabus 2020 for Paper-II (Aptitude Test):

  • Logical reasoning and analytical ability
  • Knowledge of Hindi Language
  • Basic numeracy (numbers and their relations, orders of magnitude, etc
  • Knowledge of Chhattisgarhi Language.
  • Interpersonal skills including Communication Skills
  • General mental ability
  • Decision-making and problem-solving.
  • Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables, data sufficiency, etc).
  • The knowledge of Hindi Language and Chhattisgarhi Language will be tested in Hindi and Chhattisgarhi Language only, no translations will be provided. 

There will also be a VIVA-VOCE process. The VIVA-VOCE is the personal interview round conducted for the final round of the Judiciary examination of Chhattisgarh. It will be held in the ratio of 1:3 of the candidates have appeared in the mains exams regarding the number of vacancies.

Chhattisgarh Judiciary result and cut off

CGPSC has released on its official website the result of the Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Recruitment. The result is released in different phases. At first, the result of the prelims is published, following the result of the mains exams. The last round is the interview round which takes place after the publishing of the final year result.

The results are published after the short-listing of candidates after each stage. The name of the candidates whose name appear on the final selection list after the interview is appointed as Civil Judges (entry-level). They must be subjected to fulfillment of all other eligibility criteria.

Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Result Dates 2020

Important Event Date
Date of Prelims Examination 2020 to be announced
Result of Prelims out on to be announced
Date of Interview To be announced
Final result To be announced

How to Check Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Result 2020?

Once the result of CGPSC Recruitment exam is out, the candidates can check the result using the following steps.

  • Step 1: Check the official website of Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission using the link psc.cg.gov.in
  • Step 2: On the homepage, there are several options to go to the result page. Click on any of those result page links.
  • Step 3: Find the link to check Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Result 2020 among various other exam lists.
  • Step 4: Click on the link to check Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Result 2020. The result is going to be a pdf file. The candidates can also download the result pdf. 

Minimum qualifying marks must be obtained by the candidates in the viva-voce/interview as per the table given below.

Category Qualifying marks
Unreserved 33%
SC/ ST/ OBC 25%

Chhattisgarh Latest News – Mains Exams dates have been released by the CGPSC Civil Judge 2019.

The main exams of the CGPSC 2019 Civil Judge have postponed which was scheduled for the 8th of September 2019. The mains exam will now be held on the 21st of September, 2020. As per the rules, the admit card of the candidates will also be published 10 days before the exams. This decision came from the honorable court of Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh after the PIL no. 2403/2019 was filed. It is also postponed because of the worldwide lockdown forced by COVID-19.


What are the main types of identity proof that are allowed?

Indeed, identity proof is the most important thing to carry with you when appearing at the examination centre. If one does not have that or their Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Admit Card in hard-copy form, they cannot sit for the examination. The accepted identity forms are the government-approved proofs like the Voter Card, the Aadhaar Card, or PAN Card. If not, you can also show your Driving License or Smart Card. Similarly, you can give your job card, school ID or bank passbook as valid ID proof. Keep a note that the last three options must have your recent photograph attached. 

Is carrying a digital copy of the Admit Card allowed in the examination hall?

No, carrying a digital copy of the admit card is usually not allowed inside the examination hall. A candidate has to show the hard copy version of the admit card to gain entry. Thus, it is important that you download the admit card for the exam for . You are not allowed to enter with any kind of digital device during the examination. If caught with one, you would not get the chance to sit for the examination and will face automatic disqualification. 

What is the best way to prepare for Chhattisgarh judiciary 2021?

As a , you have to deal with a lot of difficult topics and problems, and you need to prepare your research skills. Not to mention, the exam format, too, does not mainly focus on the required syllabus only. Thus, in order to prepare for this subject in the right way, you should do outside research as much as possible. Search through the old cases and newer cases as well, and compile the current legal demographic. Learn the topics too, in a daily manner, and revise as many times as required. 

Is there one admit card or more for each examination?

It is important to note that since there are three separate examinations, one must get three consequent admit cards. These admit cards would contain all the necessary information regarding the venue, the timing, the date, etc. It is also an ID proof, thus, very important to take to the exams to become . 

Where are Prelim and Mains Exams held?

Usually, there are some specified areas of examination for the preliminary and mains exams. For the former, the main spots include Durg-Bhilai, Raipur and Bilaspur. And for the latter, the common centres include Raipur and Bilaspur.