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Author : Tanya Kaushal

January 10, 2023

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Reader's Digest: The MPCJ cut off is the ladder of success to fulfil the ultimate aim of becoming a Civil Judge. Generally, the cut-off marks are determined by the performance of the applicants. Dive into this blog post to get complete insights into the MP Judiciary cut-off, the previous year's cut-off trends, and more. 

MPCJ cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks every candidate must score to get shortlisted for the next exam stage.

The High Court of Madhya Pradesh releases the MPCJ cut off after successfully conducting the Prelims and Mains paper. However, the Mains cut off is released once the answer key is issued. 

The Madhya Pradesh High Court publishes the MP Civil Judge Exam cut off marks separately for the preliminary, mains, and personal interview round on the official website.

The civil judge exam passing marks vary for all three stages, and you must score above the cut off in each step to get shortlisted for the next exam.

Here are the factors that determine MP CJ cut off:

  • The difficulty level of the paper
  • Number of candidates appearing for the examination
  • Number of vacancies
  • Category
  • Previous year's cut off marks

Download FREE Study Material for MP Judiciary Exam by Judiciary Gold

MPCJ Cut Off 2022 - Prelims

The cut off of the MP Judiciary varies every year. Generally, the Madhya Pradesh High Court publishes category-wise cut off marks for the MP Civil Judge Exam.

The table below shows the cut off trends and how the cut off varies yearly for the MPCJ Exam:

Category No. of Posts Min Qualifying Marks MPCJ Cut off 2022 No. Of Qualified Candidates
Unreserved 78+04* 90 121 733
OBC

21+16**+01*

82 116 219
SC 25+10**+01* 82 101 226
ST 32+80**+02* 82 82 227

(*=Backlog PH posts & **=Backlog posts)

As per advertisement number 141/Exam/CJ/2021, the High Court confirmed 270 vacancies.

Moreover, 114 Civil Judge, Class II (Entry Level) Exam-2019 (Phase II) posts as unfulfilled vacancies.

So, these 114 posts were added to 156 vacancies of Civil Judge, Junior Division (Entry Level) Exam - 2022.

Do you know?

Only 398 candidates qualified for the MPCJ Mains Result 2022.

Click Here to Check the Result

MPCJ Cut Off Marks 2021 (Prelims)

The High Court of Madhya Pradesh releases the cut off marks along with the MP Judiciary Result.

The preliminary examination of the Madhya Pradesh Judiciary comprises just one Paper.

The below table shows the category-wise cut off marks for the MP Civil Judge Exam 2021:

Category MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates No.of Posts
General (Unreserved) 115 1132 96+6*=115
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 105 314 27+2*=29
Schedule Caste (SC) 88 337 31+2*=33
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 82 159  38+48**+2*=88
Total - 1942 252

(*=Backlog PH posts & **=Backlog posts)

MPCJ Cut off 2019 (Prelims)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge preliminary examination cut off for 2019: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 95+4 118 1022
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 27 113 284
3 SC (Schedule caste) 30+1 94 314
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 58+2 82 206

MPCJ Prelims Cut Off 2018 (Prelims)

The table below shows the 2018 cut off marks for MP Judicial Services Exam:

S no. Category Minimum Qualifying Marks MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 90 121 733
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 82 116 219
3 SC (Schedule caste) 82 101 226
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 82 82 227

Read: Enhance your MP Judiciary Mains Preparation with the help of the best mentors.

MPCJ Cut Off 2017 (Prelims)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge preliminary examination cut off of 2017: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 47 113 690
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 12 110 215
3 SC (Schedule caste) 15 96 221
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 19 82 220

Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Cut Off 2016 (Prelims)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge preliminary examination cut off of 2016: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off Marks No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 51 112 860
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 14 108 250
3 SC (Schedule caste) 16 92 229
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 20 80 230
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MPCJ Previous Year Mains Cut off 

Only those who score above the MPCJ cut off in the prelims exam are shortlisted for the main examination. 

The Main Examination comprises four mandatory papers: subjective-type question exams (written exams).

The marks obtained by the candidates in this examination decide whether or not they will be qualified for the last and final stage, i.e., the interview round.

MPCJ Cut Off 2022 (Mains)

Only those who score above the cut off of the MP Civil Judge main exam  are shortlisted for the interview round.

Check out the table below for the MPCJ cut off for different categories:

Category MPCJ Cut off 
General (Unreserved) 222
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 212
Schedule Caste (SC) 183.5
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 180

Read: Important Essay Topics for Judiciary Exams

MPCJ Cut Off 2020 (Mains)

The table below shows the expected MP Judiciary cut off 2020 for the main examination: 

Category MPCJ Cut off Marks
General (Unreserved) 213.5
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 202.5
Schedule Caste (SC) 184
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 182.5

MPCJ Cut off 2019 (Mains)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge mains examination cut off for 2019:

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 95+4 211.5 93
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 27 200.5 25
3 SC (Schedule caste) 30+1 181 29
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 58+2 180.5 10

MPCJ Cut Off 2018 (Mains)

The table below shows the MP Judiciary cut off of 2018: -

S no. Category Minimum Qualifying Marks MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 200 218 197
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 200 214 57
3 SC (Schedule caste) 180 192 58
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 180 189 22

Read: Short tricks to crack the MP Judiciary Mains Exam on the first attempt.

MP Judiciary Mains Cut Off 2017

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge Mains examination cut off of 2017: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 47 209 46
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 12 205 12
3 SC (Schedule caste) 15 193 15
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 19 187 19

MPCJ Cut Off 2016 (Mains)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge Mains examination cut off of 2016: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 51 207 51
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 14 201 14
3 SC (Schedule caste) 16 195 16
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 20 182 20

MPCJ Cut off for Personal Interview Test 

The cut off for the MP Civil Judge personal interview test is prepared dependent on the personal interview test score.

The authorities conduct the personal interview test, giving you marks out of 50.

In the personal interview, candidates are judged not based on their main examination score but on their personality, body language, speaking skills, etc.

How to Check MP Civil Judge Cut-Off Marks?

You can follow the instructions below to check the MP Judiciary Cut-Off:

  • Visit the official website of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. https://mphc.gov.in
  • On the Homepage, click on the latest updates with the text - RESULT OF ONLINE MAINS/PRELIMS OF M.P. CIVIL JUDGE CLASS-II (ENTRY LEVEL) EXAM.
  • A long list of updates of the MP Civil Judge Exams opens up.
  • Look for the MP Civil Judge cut off marks notification and click on it.
  • The PDF is displayed on the screen. 
  • Download and take a printout of the MP Judiciary cut off marks for future reference. 

Judiciary Mock Tests

Judiciary Mock Tests

How to Calculate Marks for the MP Civil Judge Exam?

You can easily calculate MP Civil Judge marks using the official MP Civil Judge Answer Key. The answer key for the MP Civil Judge examination is also released on the official website.

But aspirants must be aware of the marking pattern for these exams to calculate their MP Civil Judge exams scores.

Candidates must follow the marking scheme given below to calculate their Civil Judge examination scores accurately:

  • Allot one mark for every correct answer
  • No marks will be deducted for wrong answers
  • No marks will be deducted for unattempted answers either.

MP Civil Judge Minimum Qualifying Marks 

A predetermined set of minimum qualifying marks determines a candidate's eligibility.

To qualify for the next round, aspirants must score at least the minimum qualifying marks.

Below is a table showing the minimum qualifying marks candidates must achieve by category:

Category

Minimum Qualifying Marks (Prelims)

General

90 marks

OBC

90 marks

Reserved Category

82 marks

Summing Up - We hope this blog post clears all your doubts about the MPCJ cut off. To read more informative blogs on MP Judiciary Exam, visit the toprankers website. Happy Reading! 

"We generate fears while we do nothing. We overcome these fears by taking action."

Frequently Asked Questions

The High Court is yet to announce the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Cut Off 2023.

MP Judiciary cut-off is decided based on various factors like the number of vacancies, the number of candidates appearing for the exam, and the difficulty level of the exam.
You can check MP Judiciary Cut Off marks from the official website of MP High Court, i.e., https://mphc.gov.in.
If you score less than the cut-off marks, you will not be able to appear for the next stage of the selection process. 
No. The MP Civil Judge cut off varies for each category. You can check the above post to know the cut-off marks as per your category.
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MP Judiciary Cut Off

Author : Tanya Kaushal

Updated On : January 10, 2023

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Reader's Digest: The MPCJ cut off is the ladder of success to fulfil the ultimate aim of becoming a Civil Judge. Generally, the cut-off marks are determined by the performance of the applicants. Dive into this blog post to get complete insights into the MP Judiciary cut-off, the previous year's cut-off trends, and more. 

MPCJ cut off marks are the minimum qualifying marks every candidate must score to get shortlisted for the next exam stage.

The High Court of Madhya Pradesh releases the MPCJ cut off after successfully conducting the Prelims and Mains paper. However, the Mains cut off is released once the answer key is issued. 

The Madhya Pradesh High Court publishes the MP Civil Judge Exam cut off marks separately for the preliminary, mains, and personal interview round on the official website.

The civil judge exam passing marks vary for all three stages, and you must score above the cut off in each step to get shortlisted for the next exam.

Here are the factors that determine MP CJ cut off:

  • The difficulty level of the paper
  • Number of candidates appearing for the examination
  • Number of vacancies
  • Category
  • Previous year's cut off marks

Download FREE Study Material for MP Judiciary Exam by Judiciary Gold

MPCJ Cut Off 2022 - Prelims

The cut off of the MP Judiciary varies every year. Generally, the Madhya Pradesh High Court publishes category-wise cut off marks for the MP Civil Judge Exam.

The table below shows the cut off trends and how the cut off varies yearly for the MPCJ Exam:

Category No. of Posts Min Qualifying Marks MPCJ Cut off 2022 No. Of Qualified Candidates
Unreserved 78+04* 90 121 733
OBC

21+16**+01*

82 116 219
SC 25+10**+01* 82 101 226
ST 32+80**+02* 82 82 227

(*=Backlog PH posts & **=Backlog posts)

As per advertisement number 141/Exam/CJ/2021, the High Court confirmed 270 vacancies.

Moreover, 114 Civil Judge, Class II (Entry Level) Exam-2019 (Phase II) posts as unfulfilled vacancies.

So, these 114 posts were added to 156 vacancies of Civil Judge, Junior Division (Entry Level) Exam - 2022.

Do you know?

Only 398 candidates qualified for the MPCJ Mains Result 2022.

Click Here to Check the Result

MPCJ Cut Off Marks 2021 (Prelims)

The High Court of Madhya Pradesh releases the cut off marks along with the MP Judiciary Result.

The preliminary examination of the Madhya Pradesh Judiciary comprises just one Paper.

The below table shows the category-wise cut off marks for the MP Civil Judge Exam 2021:

Category MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates No.of Posts
General (Unreserved) 115 1132 96+6*=115
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 105 314 27+2*=29
Schedule Caste (SC) 88 337 31+2*=33
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 82 159  38+48**+2*=88
Total - 1942 252

(*=Backlog PH posts & **=Backlog posts)

MPCJ Cut off 2019 (Prelims)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge preliminary examination cut off for 2019: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 95+4 118 1022
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 27 113 284
3 SC (Schedule caste) 30+1 94 314
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 58+2 82 206

MPCJ Prelims Cut Off 2018 (Prelims)

The table below shows the 2018 cut off marks for MP Judicial Services Exam:

S no. Category Minimum Qualifying Marks MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 90 121 733
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 82 116 219
3 SC (Schedule caste) 82 101 226
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 82 82 227

Read: Enhance your MP Judiciary Mains Preparation with the help of the best mentors.

MPCJ Cut Off 2017 (Prelims)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge preliminary examination cut off of 2017: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 47 113 690
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 12 110 215
3 SC (Schedule caste) 15 96 221
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 19 82 220

Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Cut Off 2016 (Prelims)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge preliminary examination cut off of 2016: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off Marks No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 51 112 860
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 14 108 250
3 SC (Schedule caste) 16 92 229
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 20 80 230
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MPCJ Previous Year Mains Cut off 

Only those who score above the MPCJ cut off in the prelims exam are shortlisted for the main examination. 

The Main Examination comprises four mandatory papers: subjective-type question exams (written exams).

The marks obtained by the candidates in this examination decide whether or not they will be qualified for the last and final stage, i.e., the interview round.

MPCJ Cut Off 2022 (Mains)

Only those who score above the cut off of the MP Civil Judge main exam  are shortlisted for the interview round.

Check out the table below for the MPCJ cut off for different categories:

Category MPCJ Cut off 
General (Unreserved) 222
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 212
Schedule Caste (SC) 183.5
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 180

Read: Important Essay Topics for Judiciary Exams

MPCJ Cut Off 2020 (Mains)

The table below shows the expected MP Judiciary cut off 2020 for the main examination: 

Category MPCJ Cut off Marks
General (Unreserved) 213.5
Other Backward Classes (OBC) 202.5
Schedule Caste (SC) 184
Scheduled Tribe (ST) 182.5

MPCJ Cut off 2019 (Mains)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge mains examination cut off for 2019:

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 95+4 211.5 93
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 27 200.5 25
3 SC (Schedule caste) 30+1 181 29
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 58+2 180.5 10

MPCJ Cut Off 2018 (Mains)

The table below shows the MP Judiciary cut off of 2018: -

S no. Category Minimum Qualifying Marks MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 200 218 197
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 200 214 57
3 SC (Schedule caste) 180 192 58
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 180 189 22

Read: Short tricks to crack the MP Judiciary Mains Exam on the first attempt.

MP Judiciary Mains Cut Off 2017

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge Mains examination cut off of 2017: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 47 209 46
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 12 205 12
3 SC (Schedule caste) 15 193 15
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 19 187 19

MPCJ Cut Off 2016 (Mains)

The table below shows the Madhya Pradesh civil judge Mains examination cut off of 2016: 

S no. Category No. of Posts MPCJ Cut off No. of Qualified Candidates
1 General (Unreserved) 51 207 51
2 OBC (Other backward classes) 14 201 14
3 SC (Schedule caste) 16 195 16
4 ST (scheduled tribe) 20 182 20

MPCJ Cut off for Personal Interview Test 

The cut off for the MP Civil Judge personal interview test is prepared dependent on the personal interview test score.

The authorities conduct the personal interview test, giving you marks out of 50.

In the personal interview, candidates are judged not based on their main examination score but on their personality, body language, speaking skills, etc.

How to Check MP Civil Judge Cut-Off Marks?

You can follow the instructions below to check the MP Judiciary Cut-Off:

  • Visit the official website of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. https://mphc.gov.in
  • On the Homepage, click on the latest updates with the text - RESULT OF ONLINE MAINS/PRELIMS OF M.P. CIVIL JUDGE CLASS-II (ENTRY LEVEL) EXAM.
  • A long list of updates of the MP Civil Judge Exams opens up.
  • Look for the MP Civil Judge cut off marks notification and click on it.
  • The PDF is displayed on the screen. 
  • Download and take a printout of the MP Judiciary cut off marks for future reference. 

Judiciary Mock Tests

Judiciary Mock Tests

How to Calculate Marks for the MP Civil Judge Exam?

You can easily calculate MP Civil Judge marks using the official MP Civil Judge Answer Key. The answer key for the MP Civil Judge examination is also released on the official website.

But aspirants must be aware of the marking pattern for these exams to calculate their MP Civil Judge exams scores.

Candidates must follow the marking scheme given below to calculate their Civil Judge examination scores accurately:

  • Allot one mark for every correct answer
  • No marks will be deducted for wrong answers
  • No marks will be deducted for unattempted answers either.

MP Civil Judge Minimum Qualifying Marks 

A predetermined set of minimum qualifying marks determines a candidate's eligibility.

To qualify for the next round, aspirants must score at least the minimum qualifying marks.

Below is a table showing the minimum qualifying marks candidates must achieve by category:

Category

Minimum Qualifying Marks (Prelims)

General

90 marks

OBC

90 marks

Reserved Category

82 marks

Summing Up - We hope this blog post clears all your doubts about the MPCJ cut off. To read more informative blogs on MP Judiciary Exam, visit the toprankers website. Happy Reading! 

"We generate fears while we do nothing. We overcome these fears by taking action."

Frequently Asked Questions

The High Court is yet to announce the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Cut Off 2023.

MP Judiciary cut-off is decided based on various factors like the number of vacancies, the number of candidates appearing for the exam, and the difficulty level of the exam.
You can check MP Judiciary Cut Off marks from the official website of MP High Court, i.e., https://mphc.gov.in.
If you score less than the cut-off marks, you will not be able to appear for the next stage of the selection process. 
No. The MP Civil Judge cut off varies for each category. You can check the above post to know the cut-off marks as per your category.

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