Judiciary is one of the prestigious jobs across India. Judicial Services Exam is conducted every year to recruit members for Subordinate Judiciary as Civil Judge. If you are aspiring to become a civil judge, then know the number of Judiciary vacancies released for each year in each state. 

  • The recruitment drives are conducted separately for each state by their respective state-wise High Court.
  • Candidates applying for Judiciary exams are advised to be thorough with the Judiciary Exam Syllabus 2020
  • The pattern of the exam is the same for each state but the syllabus is different. Hence, candidates must go through their respective state-wise syllabus to be ready for the exam.

Judiciary Vacancy List 2020-21

As the exam is conducted at the different schedules for each state, the number of vacancies in the Judiciary is different. The Department of Justice releases the vacancy list every month which is the updated vacancy. Check out the below table for this month's vacancy list and go through previous months' vacancies in the further section.

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Sl. No. Name of the Court Sanctioned Strength Working Strength Vacancies
A. Supreme Court of India 34 31 03
B. High Court Pmt. Addl Total Pmt. Addl Total Pmt. Addl Total
1 Allahabad 76 84 160 61 38 99 15 46 61
2 Andhra Pradesh 28 09 37 21 0 21 07 09 16
3 Bombay 71 23 94 48 19 67 23 04 27
4 Calcutta 54 18 72 30 08 38 24 10 34
5 Chhattisgarh 17 05 22 13 01 14 04 04 08
6 Delhi 45 15 60 32 0 32 13 15 28
7 Gauhati 18 06 24 15 06 21 03 0 03
8 Gujarat 39 13 52 27 0 27 12 13 25
9 Himachal Pradesh 10 03 13 09 0 09 01 03 04
10 Common High Court for the UT of J & K and UT of Ladakh 13 04 17 13 0 13 0 04 04
11 Jharkhand 19 06 25 15 02 17 04 04 08
12 Karnataka 47 15 62 26 20 46 21 -05 16
13 Kerala 35 12 47 26 11 37 09 01 10
14 Madhya Pradesh 40 13 53 31 0 31 09 13 22
15 Madras 56 19 75 54 0 54 02 19 21
16 Manipur 04 01 05 04 01 05 0 0 0
17 Meghalaya 03 01 04 04 0 04 -01 01 0
18 Orissa 20 07 27 16 0 16 04 07 11
19 Patna 40 13 53 24 0 24 16 13 29
20 Punjab& Haryana 64 21 85 38 17 55 26 04 30
21 Rajasthan 38 12 50 25 0 25 13 12 25
22 Sikkim 03 0 03 03 0 03 0 0 0
23 Telangana 18 06 24 13 01 14 05 05 10
24 Tripura 04 0 04 04 0 04 0 0 0
25 Uttarakhand * 09 02 11 08 01 09 01 01 02
Total 771 308 1079 560 125 685 211 183 394

Previous Months Judiciary Vacancy Details 

Check out the below list of state-wise vacancies PDF and know the vacancy trend. Candidates can view the respective state Judiciary Vacancy List PDF and apply for their state Recruitment. 

Judiciary Vacancy Month Vacancy PDF
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FAQ's

What is the Judiciary Exam Eligibility for Civil Judge?

The eligibility criteria for Civil Judge is different for each state. Hence, candidates must go through their respective state-wise eligibility in this post.

What is the Judiciary Age Limit to apply for Civil Judge post?

For most of the states conducting Judiciary Exam, the age limit is between 25-40 years.