Madhya Pradesh High Court shall announce the result for the post of Madhya Pradesh civil judge at their official website i.e. https://mphc.gov.in. You can check your result only from the official website by entering the login credentials. 

The High court of Madhya Pradesh will release the Madhya Pradesh civil judge result separately for each stage of the exam. Based on the merit list, you shall be shortlisted for the Mains examination. 

This year, the Madhya Pradesh High court has announced 252 vacancies for the post of civil judge (Junior Division). Out of these 252 MP Judiciary Vacancies, 192 are new vacancies and 60 are backlog vacancies.

How to check Madhya Pradesh Judiciary Result 2021?

  • Go to the official website of Madhya Pradesh High court i.e. https://mphc.gov.in.
  • Select the latest updates and notification tab.
  • In the notification section, click on the "Madhya Pradesh High Court Civil Judge Result" link.
  • A new PDF will be displayed on the screen.
  • Enter your roll number and check that if you are selected or not.
  • Download the Madhya Pradesh civil judge prelim exam result 2021 PDF and save it for future reference.

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Details Mentioned on the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Result 2021

The various details mentioned on the Madhya Pradesh civil judge result 2021 PDF are as follows: -

  • Name of the Candidate.
  • Roll Number of the Candidate.
  • Category of the Candidate.
  • Total number of marks obtained by the candidate
  • Marks obtained by the candidate in each section individually

MP Civil Judge Merit List 2021

The Madhya Pradesh civil judge merit list will be released with the Madhya Pradesh civil judge prelims exam result 2021 at the official website of Madhya Pradesh High court. You need to score above the MP Judiciary Cut Off Marks to get shortlisted in the merit list.

The Madhya Pradesh high court prepare merit list on the basics of following factors that are: -

  • Number of applicants appeared for the exam
  • The difficulty level of the paper
  • Number of vacancies available
  • Category of the candidate

Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Selection Process 2021

The selection process of the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam comprises 3 stages i.e. Preliminary Examination, Mains Examination, and Personal Interview Round. The marks obtained in all the 3 stages are considered for the final selection process.

All the 3 stages of the exam are qualifying in nature. Here is the detailed selection process of the Madhya Pradesh civil judge examination: -

Preliminary Examination

The Madhya Pradesh high court directs a screening test of 100 questions as an initial stage of selection.

  • These 100 questions are of 1 mark each and you will get 3 hours of time to attempt it. These 100 marks are further divided into 2 parts i.e. Part I is of 75 marks and Part II is of 25 marks.
  • As per the Madhya Pradesh PCS J selection process, if you are scoring marks more than 45% you are shortlisted and are eligible to give the Mains exam.

Mains Examination

After qualifying the prelims exam, you are eligible for the mains exam. The Main exam comprises 4 papers of 100 marks each, and you will get 3 hours of time to attempt all the 4 papers.

  • The Mains examination comprises a subjective type question exam. Go through MP Judiciary Syllabus to know the important subject-wise topics. 
  • The mains examination consists of 4 papers i.e. First paper is of Civil Law, second paper is of English, Third paper is of Criminal Law, and Fourth paper is of General Knowledge.
  • As per the Madhya Pradesh PCS J selection process, whoever scores marks more than or equal to 60% are shortlisted for the personal interview round.

Personal Interview Round

If you belong to the general category, you have to secure more than 60% of marks and if belonging to the SC/ST category you must score more than 50% of marks in both prelims and Mains to be eligible for Viva-voce.

  • The Viva-voce is conducted for a total of 50 marks.
  • The final selection is based on the aggregate marks obtained in the Mains exam and viva-voce.

FAQ's

what is the minimum qualifying % for the preliminary examination?

The minimum qualifying % is 45% marks for the preliminary examination.

The minimum eligible percentage to get shortlisted for the personal interview round is?

The candidate should score at least 60 % to get shortlisted for the personal interview round.

On what basis the final selection is done?

The final selection is made on the basics of the marks obtained by the candidate in mains examination and personal interview round.

When is the MP Judicial Service Result released?

As per the previous year trends, the result for MP Judicial Services will be released 1 or 2 after the exam.

How is the MP Judiciary merit list prepared?

The Madhya Pradesh high court prepare the merit list on the basics of following factors that are: -

  • Number of applicants appeared for the exam
  • The difficulty level of the paper
  • Number of vacancies available
  • Category of the candidate

Does the MP Judiciary High Court release same scorecard for all stages of selection process?

No, the scorecard will be released separately for each stage of selection process.

What is the minimum qualifying % for the preliminary examination?

The minimum qualifying % is 45% marks for the preliminary examination.

The minimum eligible percentage to get shortlisted for the personal interview round is?

The candidate should score at least 60 % to get shortlisted for the personal interview round.

On what basis the final selection is done?

The final selection is made on the basics of the marks obtained by the candidate in mains examination and personal interview round.