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MP Judiciary Success Story of Himanshu Paliwal

Author : Tanya Kaushal

September 21, 2022

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Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam is scheduled for 27 August and 28 August 2022. Luckily, and also with a lot of hard work, if you clear the MPCJ Mains exam, you will have to prepare for the interview in the upcoming months. Learn to ace interview from the topper preparation tips.

Take tips to ace MPCJ from the MP Civil Judge topper interview.

Himanshu Paliwal is a first-class Judicial Magistrate from Satna in Madhya Pradesh. 

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MP Judiciary Topper Interview

Read the success story of Himanshu Paliwal, and gear up to prepare for MPCJ Mains and Interview. MP Civil Judge topper interview is as follow.

Interviewer: When did you think that you want a career in Judiciary?

Himanshu: It goes back to the interview days. My college had a culture of compulsory internship after every 6 months. My approach was different.

I was eliminating the options rather than searching for one. So, I did ten internships. Out of which three were corporate internships, two were litigating firm internships.

The corporate culture didn’t attract me much. After analysing that experience, I decided that I could not do nine to five jobs. Judiciary seemed the most appropriate career option. 

Interviewer: How did you convince your family for choosing Law as a profession?

Himanshu: I did not need to convince my family. They were already happy about my choice of career as a judge. I’m a first-generation law student in my family.

No one is a lawyer or judge in my family. I’m the first one to choose law as a subject. Litigation is the most preferable stream in law. However, I decided not to go for it. 

Interviewer: Do you think Judge as a career option is fulfilling?

Himanshu: Yeah, absolutely! I can’t ask for more. 

Interviewer: While pronouncing the judgement, do you feel that you are doing a specialised task?

Himanshu: In fact, I would do what you said. Instead of looking at Judiciary as a job. I take it as a responsible service. It’s more of satisfaction that comes with it. I feel proud to deliver the right decisions. It doesn’t feel like a job. I enjoy doing it.

Interviewer: From when did you start your preparation?

Himanshu: My last internship was at Laxmi Khuanan Institute. I worked as Juniorship in the MP High Court. After 5-6 months of completing my graduation, I enrolled in a strategic course for the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge exam. However, I failed in my first attempt.

During my second attempt, I started my preparation from home. This time, I got selected in the Civil Judge exam. 

Interviewer: What do you suggest for the students whose preparation is up to the point but miss the MPCJ cut-off by a few marks?

Himanshu: My strategy was a bit different. I changed my source of inspiration every then and now.

Considering the seats, the competition is very tough. Once you are determined to be a judge, there is no going back. Determination is the right mindset. 

Interviewer: Was clearing MPCJ, an easy or a tough journey for you? 

Himanshu: For me, it was not an easy journey. But the level of the exam was of moderate level.

If the exam level is too easy, then it increases the competition. The MPCJ syllabus is limited so you can have a better chance of succeeding.

Unlike UPSC, you are competing just with the law graduates. 

Interviewer: What was your preparation strategy for MPCJ

Himanshu: I prepared simultaneously for MPCJ Prelims as well as the Mains exam.

After the result of prelims, there are only 40-50 days for Mains. So, that is too less for preparing 4-5 subjects.

When the notification of Prelims came, I only focused on MPCJ Prelims. 

Interviewer: Suggest tips for interlinking and remembering sections of CrPC with IPC.

Himanshu: I also faced a similar situation of linking and remembering the sections.

Instead of rote learning, learn it by visualisation. Don’t go point by point. Just create some sort of story, so that it becomes easier to remember.

The concepts must be clear. If the concepts are clear, it will help you in clearing the interview also.

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Interviewer: During your MPCJ preparation, you allotted more weightage to question solving or reading, and clearing the concepts. 

Himanshu: I did my MPCJ preparation in chronological order.

First, I started by reading and solving the previous year's question papers of MPCJ. Secondly, I cleared my concepts of Bare Acts. Thirdly, I practice mock tests of Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Mains paper.

MP Judiciary mock test

MP Judiciary mock test

Interviewer: What are your favourite subjects of MPCJ preparation?

Himanshu: My favourite subjects are CrPC and MPLRC. I relate more to these subjects. 

Interviewer: What is the importance of a mentor or guide in MPCJ preparation?

Himanshu: Self-study is inevitable. I also took a year course. A mentor holds utmost importance in MPCJ exam preparation.

My mentors guided me on what to read, how to read, what to leave, and the weightage of a topic. A guide helps when you are going through a monotonous phase of your preparation. His role becomes evident when your understanding of the topic becomes weak. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Himanshu Paliwal joined a strategic course of the MP Judiciary exam. 
In his second attempt, Himanshu became the Cilvil Judge of Madhya Pradesh.
Himanshu Paliwal is a first-class Judicial Magistrate from Satna in Madhya Pradesh.
Himanshu focused more on clearing the basic concepts and practising mock tests of the MPCJ Mains exam. 
Himanshu Paliwal started his MPCJ preparation during the final year of his graduation.
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MP Judiciary Success Story of Himanshu Paliwal

Author : Tanya Kaushal

Updated On : September 21, 2022

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Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam is scheduled for 27 August and 28 August 2022. Luckily, and also with a lot of hard work, if you clear the MPCJ Mains exam, you will have to prepare for the interview in the upcoming months. Learn to ace interview from the topper preparation tips.

Take tips to ace MPCJ from the MP Civil Judge topper interview.

Himanshu Paliwal is a first-class Judicial Magistrate from Satna in Madhya Pradesh. 

Download FREE Study Material for MP Judiciary Exam by Judiciary Gold

MP Judiciary Topper Interview

Read the success story of Himanshu Paliwal, and gear up to prepare for MPCJ Mains and Interview. MP Civil Judge topper interview is as follow.

Interviewer: When did you think that you want a career in Judiciary?

Himanshu: It goes back to the interview days. My college had a culture of compulsory internship after every 6 months. My approach was different.

I was eliminating the options rather than searching for one. So, I did ten internships. Out of which three were corporate internships, two were litigating firm internships.

The corporate culture didn’t attract me much. After analysing that experience, I decided that I could not do nine to five jobs. Judiciary seemed the most appropriate career option. 

Interviewer: How did you convince your family for choosing Law as a profession?

Himanshu: I did not need to convince my family. They were already happy about my choice of career as a judge. I’m a first-generation law student in my family.

No one is a lawyer or judge in my family. I’m the first one to choose law as a subject. Litigation is the most preferable stream in law. However, I decided not to go for it. 

Interviewer: Do you think Judge as a career option is fulfilling?

Himanshu: Yeah, absolutely! I can’t ask for more. 

Interviewer: While pronouncing the judgement, do you feel that you are doing a specialised task?

Himanshu: In fact, I would do what you said. Instead of looking at Judiciary as a job. I take it as a responsible service. It’s more of satisfaction that comes with it. I feel proud to deliver the right decisions. It doesn’t feel like a job. I enjoy doing it.

Interviewer: From when did you start your preparation?

Himanshu: My last internship was at Laxmi Khuanan Institute. I worked as Juniorship in the MP High Court. After 5-6 months of completing my graduation, I enrolled in a strategic course for the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge exam. However, I failed in my first attempt.

During my second attempt, I started my preparation from home. This time, I got selected in the Civil Judge exam. 

Interviewer: What do you suggest for the students whose preparation is up to the point but miss the MPCJ cut-off by a few marks?

Himanshu: My strategy was a bit different. I changed my source of inspiration every then and now.

Considering the seats, the competition is very tough. Once you are determined to be a judge, there is no going back. Determination is the right mindset. 

Interviewer: Was clearing MPCJ, an easy or a tough journey for you? 

Himanshu: For me, it was not an easy journey. But the level of the exam was of moderate level.

If the exam level is too easy, then it increases the competition. The MPCJ syllabus is limited so you can have a better chance of succeeding.

Unlike UPSC, you are competing just with the law graduates. 

Interviewer: What was your preparation strategy for MPCJ

Himanshu: I prepared simultaneously for MPCJ Prelims as well as the Mains exam.

After the result of prelims, there are only 40-50 days for Mains. So, that is too less for preparing 4-5 subjects.

When the notification of Prelims came, I only focused on MPCJ Prelims. 

Interviewer: Suggest tips for interlinking and remembering sections of CrPC with IPC.

Himanshu: I also faced a similar situation of linking and remembering the sections.

Instead of rote learning, learn it by visualisation. Don’t go point by point. Just create some sort of story, so that it becomes easier to remember.

The concepts must be clear. If the concepts are clear, it will help you in clearing the interview also.

judiciary online coaching

judiciary online coaching

Interviewer: During your MPCJ preparation, you allotted more weightage to question solving or reading, and clearing the concepts. 

Himanshu: I did my MPCJ preparation in chronological order.

First, I started by reading and solving the previous year's question papers of MPCJ. Secondly, I cleared my concepts of Bare Acts. Thirdly, I practice mock tests of Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Mains paper.

MP Judiciary mock test

MP Judiciary mock test

Interviewer: What are your favourite subjects of MPCJ preparation?

Himanshu: My favourite subjects are CrPC and MPLRC. I relate more to these subjects. 

Interviewer: What is the importance of a mentor or guide in MPCJ preparation?

Himanshu: Self-study is inevitable. I also took a year course. A mentor holds utmost importance in MPCJ exam preparation.

My mentors guided me on what to read, how to read, what to leave, and the weightage of a topic. A guide helps when you are going through a monotonous phase of your preparation. His role becomes evident when your understanding of the topic becomes weak. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! Himanshu Paliwal joined a strategic course of the MP Judiciary exam. 
In his second attempt, Himanshu became the Cilvil Judge of Madhya Pradesh.
Himanshu Paliwal is a first-class Judicial Magistrate from Satna in Madhya Pradesh.
Himanshu focused more on clearing the basic concepts and practising mock tests of the MPCJ Mains exam. 
Himanshu Paliwal started his MPCJ preparation during the final year of his graduation.

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