The Maharashtra Civil Judge Exam or Maharashtra PCS J is conducted annually by the Bombay High Court to employ appropriate candidates for the post of Civil Judge Grade II or Judicial Magistrate First Class. The Maharashtra PCS J 2020 notification will be discharged on the official website of the Bombay High Court.

  • This year, Maharashtra has announced a total of 74 Judiciary Vacancy across the state. 
  • The preliminary tests were undertaken on March 01, 2020, whereas the main exam was undertaken on June 14, 2020.
  • Qualified candidates who submitted online applications and appeared for the preliminary examination can anticipate the declaration of the results.
  • This post takes you through crucial information about exam dates, the application process, selection process, and other related information. 
  • Practicing Judiciary Exams Question Paper is one of the best preparation strategies suggested by experts. 

Maharashtra Judiciary Recruitment Highlights 2020

Job Location Maharashtra
Job Type  State Government Job
Name of Organization Bombay High Court
Number of Vacancies  74
Application Mode Online
Official Website www.mpsc.gov.in

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Maharashtra Judicial Services Exam Dates 2020

The following table gives information about the exam dates of Maharashtra Judiciary exam 2020 prescribed by the Maharashtra Civil Judge Notification 2020.

Maharashtra Judicial Services Exam Notification September 2020
Starting Date of Online Application 3rd January 2020
Last Date of Online Application 23rd January 2020
Maharashtra Judicial Service Examination Prelims 1st March 2020

Maharashtra High Court Civil Judge Notification 2020

The Maharashtra PCS J Notification is an official document released by the exam officials to inform aspirants about the recruitment process in detail. Before proceeding with the application process, it is important for all to read the notification, in order to know the instructions and information regarding the exam.

Maharashtra Civil Judge Exam Salary Details

The PCS J Salary of a Maharashtra Civil Judge ranges between Rs. 27,700 – 44,770/- Per Month. Aside from this pay, the in-hand salary also incorporates various perks and remittances like:

  • Dearness allowance
  • HRA
  • Travel Allowances
  • Rent Allowance

Maharashtra Judicial Services Eligibility Criteria 2020

The following is the Judiciary Eligibility Criteria for the Maharashtra Civil Judge Exam 2020

Educational Qualification

Applicants must have a degree in law – an LLB/LLM degree acquired from a recognized college.

Age Details

The lower age cut-off to apply for Maharashtra PCS J Recruitment is 21 Years while the upper age limit is 35 years according to the Maharashtra Judiciary Notification 2020. OBC Category candidates will get a relaxation of 3 years. SC and ST candidates will get 5 years of relaxation in the upper age cut-off.

General Requirements

The candidate should be a citizen of India in sound wellbeing, with a decent moral character and should not be connected to or have a history with any criminal case that involves moral descent.

Maharashtra High Court Civil Judge Application Form 2020

Candidates must follow the following steps in order to register for the Civil Judge Exam Maharashtra Online:

  • Visit the official website of the Board - mpsc.gov.in and click on the link of the application.
  • Enter all the crucial details, such as name, date of birth, address, educational qualifications, etc.
  • Alongside that, applicants have to upload the scanned passport-sized photograph along with a signature in the format and size asked.
  • Pay the application fee. Applicants should pay the application fee which is Rs 374 for General and OBC categories and Rs 374 for SC, ST, and ESM categories.

Maharashtra Judicial Service Exam Pattern

The PCS J Maharashtra Exam comprises three phases i.e., Prelims, Mains, and Viva-Voce. The Online Preliminary Examination is for two hours, with 100 multiple choice questions of one mark each. The assessment is conducted in the English language. As per the Judiciary Exam Pattern, the exam comprises of a single section on legislative law. 0.25 marks will be deducted for each inaccurate answer.

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The syllabus breakup for PCS J 2020 Preliminary Exam is given below.

  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Civil Procedure Code
  • Evidence Act
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Specific Relief Act
  • Maharashtra Rent Control Act
  • Limitation Act
  • Constitution of India
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Law of Contract
  • Sale of Goods Act
  • Partnership Act

Syllabus for the Main Written Exam – Maharashtra Judiciary Exam

The main test is of descriptive type and has 2 question papers of 100 marks each. The exam duration is 3 hours for each paper. The main assessment has the option of Marathi and English language. The main test comprises of two sections - Paper I and Paper II

The Judiciary Exam Syllabus breakup for Maharashtra state is given below.

First Question Paper: (Marks – 100)

  • Civil Procedure Code
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Specific Relief Act
  • Law of Contract
  • Sale of Goods Act
  • Partnership Act

Second Question Paper: (Marks – 100)

  • Indian Penal Code
  • Evidence Act
  • Code of Criminal procedure
  • Essay on Current Legal Topics

The selection of candidates for Maharashtra Judiciary vacancies is directed through the accompanying procedure. Applicants who secure minimum marks in every stage will be eligible for Maharashtra PCS J Recruitment Process.

Prelims Examination

This is the main phase of Maharashtra PCS J 2020, wherein, applicants will be shortlisted subject to their performance in the test. This test comprises of 100 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for 100 marks. Applicants scoring over the cut off will be eligible for Main Exam.

Mains Examination

This is the second phase of the selection process which has 2 sections for 200 marks. The marks scored by candidates in this examination will be considered for the Interview round.

Viva-Voce or Interview

This phase tests candidate's general knowledge, norms of law, and appropriateness of being recruited for the post.

Maharashtra Judicial Services Exam Admit Card 2020

  • The Admit card contains all the information regarding the examination dates, timing, and the examination venue.
  • Candidates will get the admit card for the PCS J 2020 Exam on the official site of the MPSC - www.mpsc.gov.in.
  • There will be different admit cards for the different phases of the assessment.
  • Candidates will be required to carry their respective admit cards at the exam center or, in all likelihood, their candidature will be cancelled.

Maharashtra Judicial Services Exam Result 2020

  • The results for the Preliminary and the Main Examination will likewise be declared independently.
  • Applicants should appear for the prelims first and if they qualify the prelims, they will be eligible to appear for the main examination.
  • Initially, the results will be declared after the prelims and then the second part of the result will be reported after the beginning of the Main Examination and Interview.

FAQ's

How many vacancies are released for Maharashtra Judiciary?

In 2020, a total of 74 vacancies were released for Maharashtra Judiciary Exam. 

What is the salary of a civil Judge in Maharashtra Judiciary?

The salary of a Maharashtra Civil Judge ranges between Rs. 27,700 – 44,770/- Per Month. 

Can I apply without any prior experience as a lawyer?

Yes, you can apply for Maharashtra Judiciary Exam without any experience but you need to have a bachelor's degree in Law.

Is there any application fee for Maharashtra Judiciary Exam?

Yes, applicants need to pay Rs 374 for General and OBC categories and Rs 374 for SC, ST, and ESM categories as application fee.

How many stages are included in selection of candidates for Maharashtra Judiciary Exam?

For Maharasthra Judiciary, there are a total of three stages i.e., Prelims, Mains, and Interview (Viva-voce).