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Judiciary Topper Interview to crack Chhattisgarh Judicial Service Exam

Author : Palak Khanna

December 16, 2022

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Toppers Tips To Crack Chhattisgarh Judiciary Exams 2021-22

Shubham Upadhayay Sir from Judiciary Gold in conversation with Ajay Singh Meena, a law graduate from Barkatullah University, Bhopal, who hails from Madhya Pradesh. He secured AIR 13 in the Chattisgarh Civil Judge Examination in 2019.

Let us see how he has cleared the Chattisgarh Judiciary Examination and how he found motivation throughout the journey. Let's hear it from him.

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1. When should one prepare for the Judiciary?

Meena Sir said, "start your preparation for Judiciary can be initiated right after your 12th standard. You can start by appearing for various Judiciary exams taken by different states; it will help you crack the exam assuredly."

2. Why did you decide to pursue Judiciary Examination? 

Meena Sir said, "I got inspired by my father's profession and similarly chose to follow in his footsteps and clear this exam."

3. How you used to motivate yourself while preparing for Judiciary Examination?

Meena Sir has narrated a story here about 2 keys one is with him, and the other is with God, and both the keys have to work together to achieve success. These keys are Hardwork and Luck; if both works together, it will bring success. Meena Sir moving forward, always kept this in mind, which has motivated him a lot during his preparation for Judiciary Examination.

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4. How do you decide which state Judiciary Examination to be targeted?

Meena, Sir, while answering this, said, "Look at the Exam syllabus and also find out which another state Judiciary has a similar syllabus. It is a bit dissimilar in local laws, but the similarity is there in the main laws. He also appeared for MP Judiciary, Rajasthan, UP Judiciary, and Bihar Judiciary exam patterns. Focus on syllabus and not on vacancies."

5. What were your strategies for the Preliminary Examination?

Meena Sir giving out his strategies, said, "Preliminary exams are qualifying in nature. Check the cutoff marks of the state that you are preparing for and prepare accordingly and keep a target to achieve maximum marks in the prelims, which help in mains and interviews too."

6. Are Preliminary papers based on Bare Acts?

Meena Sir said, "for the maximum states, you would find the preliminary exam to be Bare Act based; but for the recent 2 to 3 years, the trend has changed. It is better to follow a few websites which update about recent updates and case laws. In a few states, you found that GS and GK questions in your mind should not be Bare Act based if you prepare like this, it would be easier for your to crack other state questions and not streamline. Also, update yourself with the new and old case laws and make a list of the main topics while preparing the Case Laws."

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7. What were your strategies for the Mains Examination [Chhattisgarh]?

Meena Sir said talks about Chhatisgarh Mains, "which has 1 paper, Judgement Writing and Translation. Prepare old Judgement papers and analyse them where you are making mistakes, and you will be able to clear the exam. Also, keep in mind the time, which is 3 hours in 120 minutes. You have to write 2 questions on Judgement Writing [40 marks each] and 2 questions on Translations[10 marks each]. While translating, pick up difficult words and build your vocab; give 2 hours each day for translation and rest to Judgement Writing. The focus should be given to previous year questions and how to answer them prepare, practise and analyse."

8. How to prepare for the Final Interview?

Meena Sir said, "don't stop your preparation; even after passing, Mains boost confidence as you prepare yourself for a mock interview. Both legal and personal questions will be asked. Don't leave an impact if you are unable to answer a question focus on the next question. Understand the questions and then answer them. Also, prepare to answer and don't hesitate to ask the question if you haven't understood the question."

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Chhattisgarh Judiciary Syllabus 2021

9. What were the kind of questions asked of you in the Personal Interview?

Meena Sir said," questions were asked on the Preamble also was asked to explain the same I was asked a question based on my specialisation. I did it on Human Rights. I was asked based questions on Human Rights, Indian Constitutions, and then Minor Acts. Subjects can change over many times throughout the interview, so be prepared and stay calm as you prepare for the interview."

10. What is your piece of advice on the Judiciary Exam for the Aspirants?

Meena Sir starts by saying, "start your day with meditation. Keep calm and plan your days before Prelims; plan wisely and follow your schedule; do not make it a hectic schedule for yourself. Also, try to save time and analyse your mistakes in the future."

Frequently Asked Questions

The accepted identity forms are government-approved proofs like the Voter Card, the Aadhaar Card, or PAN Card. If not, you can also show your Driving License or Smart Card. Similarly, you can give your job card, school ID or bank passbook as valid ID proof. Note that the last three options must have your recent photograph attached. 
As a , you have to deal with a lot of difficult topics and problems, and you need to prepare your research skills. Not to mention, the exam format, too, does not mainly focus on the required syllabus only. Thus, in order to prepare for this subject in the right way, you should do outside research as much as possible. Search through the old cases and newer cases as well, and compile the current legal demographic. Learn the topics too, in a daily manner, and revise as many times as required. 
There are three separate examinations; one must get three consequent admit cards for each stage of Chattisgarh judiciary examination.
You have to visit the official site of CGPSC - psc.cg.gov.in. The link for downloading the CGPSC Admit Card 2021 will be accessible on the landing page or under the career segment. You can tap on the CGPSC Admit Card 2021 link and enter using your login accreditations. After successfully submitting, the CGPSC Admit Card 2020 will be downloaded.
Authorities of the CGPSC made the result available at the official site. You can check the CGPSC Result at psc.cg.gov.in.
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Judiciary Topper Interview to crack Chhattisgarh Judicial Service Exam

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : December 16, 2022

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Toppers Tips To Crack Chhattisgarh Judiciary Exams 2021-22

Shubham Upadhayay Sir from Judiciary Gold in conversation with Ajay Singh Meena, a law graduate from Barkatullah University, Bhopal, who hails from Madhya Pradesh. He secured AIR 13 in the Chattisgarh Civil Judge Examination in 2019.

Let us see how he has cleared the Chattisgarh Judiciary Examination and how he found motivation throughout the journey. Let's hear it from him.

Download FREE Study Material for Chhattisgarh Judiciary Exam by Judiciary Gold

1. When should one prepare for the Judiciary?

Meena Sir said, "start your preparation for Judiciary can be initiated right after your 12th standard. You can start by appearing for various Judiciary exams taken by different states; it will help you crack the exam assuredly."

2. Why did you decide to pursue Judiciary Examination? 

Meena Sir said, "I got inspired by my father's profession and similarly chose to follow in his footsteps and clear this exam."

3. How you used to motivate yourself while preparing for Judiciary Examination?

Meena Sir has narrated a story here about 2 keys one is with him, and the other is with God, and both the keys have to work together to achieve success. These keys are Hardwork and Luck; if both works together, it will bring success. Meena Sir moving forward, always kept this in mind, which has motivated him a lot during his preparation for Judiciary Examination.

Chhattisgarh Judiciary Exam Preparation Tips

4. How do you decide which state Judiciary Examination to be targeted?

Meena, Sir, while answering this, said, "Look at the Exam syllabus and also find out which another state Judiciary has a similar syllabus. It is a bit dissimilar in local laws, but the similarity is there in the main laws. He also appeared for MP Judiciary, Rajasthan, UP Judiciary, and Bihar Judiciary exam patterns. Focus on syllabus and not on vacancies."

5. What were your strategies for the Preliminary Examination?

Meena Sir giving out his strategies, said, "Preliminary exams are qualifying in nature. Check the cutoff marks of the state that you are preparing for and prepare accordingly and keep a target to achieve maximum marks in the prelims, which help in mains and interviews too."

6. Are Preliminary papers based on Bare Acts?

Meena Sir said, "for the maximum states, you would find the preliminary exam to be Bare Act based; but for the recent 2 to 3 years, the trend has changed. It is better to follow a few websites which update about recent updates and case laws. In a few states, you found that GS and GK questions in your mind should not be Bare Act based if you prepare like this, it would be easier for your to crack other state questions and not streamline. Also, update yourself with the new and old case laws and make a list of the main topics while preparing the Case Laws."

Judiciary Online Coaching

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7. What were your strategies for the Mains Examination [Chhattisgarh]?

Meena Sir said talks about Chhatisgarh Mains, "which has 1 paper, Judgement Writing and Translation. Prepare old Judgement papers and analyse them where you are making mistakes, and you will be able to clear the exam. Also, keep in mind the time, which is 3 hours in 120 minutes. You have to write 2 questions on Judgement Writing [40 marks each] and 2 questions on Translations[10 marks each]. While translating, pick up difficult words and build your vocab; give 2 hours each day for translation and rest to Judgement Writing. The focus should be given to previous year questions and how to answer them prepare, practise and analyse."

8. How to prepare for the Final Interview?

Meena Sir said, "don't stop your preparation; even after passing, Mains boost confidence as you prepare yourself for a mock interview. Both legal and personal questions will be asked. Don't leave an impact if you are unable to answer a question focus on the next question. Understand the questions and then answer them. Also, prepare to answer and don't hesitate to ask the question if you haven't understood the question."

Judiciary Mock Tests

Judiciary Mock Tests

Chhattisgarh Judiciary Syllabus 2021

9. What were the kind of questions asked of you in the Personal Interview?

Meena Sir said," questions were asked on the Preamble also was asked to explain the same I was asked a question based on my specialisation. I did it on Human Rights. I was asked based questions on Human Rights, Indian Constitutions, and then Minor Acts. Subjects can change over many times throughout the interview, so be prepared and stay calm as you prepare for the interview."

10. What is your piece of advice on the Judiciary Exam for the Aspirants?

Meena Sir starts by saying, "start your day with meditation. Keep calm and plan your days before Prelims; plan wisely and follow your schedule; do not make it a hectic schedule for yourself. Also, try to save time and analyse your mistakes in the future."

Frequently Asked Questions

The accepted identity forms are government-approved proofs like the Voter Card, the Aadhaar Card, or PAN Card. If not, you can also show your Driving License or Smart Card. Similarly, you can give your job card, school ID or bank passbook as valid ID proof. Note that the last three options must have your recent photograph attached. 
As a , you have to deal with a lot of difficult topics and problems, and you need to prepare your research skills. Not to mention, the exam format, too, does not mainly focus on the required syllabus only. Thus, in order to prepare for this subject in the right way, you should do outside research as much as possible. Search through the old cases and newer cases as well, and compile the current legal demographic. Learn the topics too, in a daily manner, and revise as many times as required. 
There are three separate examinations; one must get three consequent admit cards for each stage of Chattisgarh judiciary examination.
You have to visit the official site of CGPSC - psc.cg.gov.in. The link for downloading the CGPSC Admit Card 2021 will be accessible on the landing page or under the career segment. You can tap on the CGPSC Admit Card 2021 link and enter using your login accreditations. After successfully submitting, the CGPSC Admit Card 2020 will be downloaded.
Authorities of the CGPSC made the result available at the official site. You can check the CGPSC Result at psc.cg.gov.in.

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