Judicial Services is one of the most highly opted career by law graduates. You need to appear for the entrance examination conducted by respective states to get appointed as members of the Subordinate Judiciary.

Want to know for which state Judiciary exam you can apply for? How many vacancies are there? You might be having so many queries on Judiciary Services Examination. Well, you can read through the complete post to know about the latest updates on Judiciary Exams. 

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Upcoming Judiciary Exam Alerts 2021

Bihar Judicial Services Exam Postponed

  • Due to the ongoing crisis across the globe, the authorities have announced the postponement of the Bihar Judiciary Exam.
  • Bihar High Court had to conduct the mains exam from April 8 to 13, 2021. But, the new exam date shall be announced soon.

MP Judiciary Prelims Result Announced

  • The MP High Court released the result for the preliminary session on 24th May 2021. 
  • Qualifiers are shortlisted for the mains session for which the date shall be notified soon. Check your Prelims Result for MP Judiciary.

UP Judiciary Notification to be Out Soon

  • UP Judicial Services Exam Notification will be released anytime soon on the official website. 
  • Check the complete details about UP Judiciary Exam to know more about exam dates and other information. 

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Delhi Judiciary Notification to be Out Soon

  • Delhi Judicial Services Exam Notification will be released anytime soon on the official website. 
  • Check the complete details about Delhi Judiciary Exam to know more about exam dates and other information. 

Haryana Judicial Services 2021 Notification Released

  • HPSC Haryana Judicial Services Exam Notification 2021 is released at hpsc.gov.in. A total of 256 civil judge vacancies has been released.
  • Check the Haryana Judiciary Notification PDF and apply before the last date. 

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Upcoming Judicial Services Examinations 2021

Upcoming Judiciary Exams 2021 Apply Online Link No. of Vacancies Eligibility
Punjab Judiciary Apply Here - -
UP Judiciary Apply Here - -
Maharashtra Judiciary Apply Here 190 - Civil Judge Graduation Degree
Uttarakhand Judiciary Apply Here 30 - Civil Judge Graduation Degree in Law
MP Judiciary Apply Here 140 - Civil Judge Bachelor’s Degree in Law
Bihar Judiciary Apply Here - -
West Bengal Judiciary Apply Here - -
Delhi Judiciary Apply Here 147 - Judicial Services Bachelor’s Degree in Law
Rajasthan Judiciary Apply Here - -
Haryana Judiciary Apply Here - -
Jharkhand Judiciary Apply Here 107 - Civil Judge (Junior Division)  Graduation Degree in Law
Telangana Judiciary  Apply Here - -
Karnataka Judiciary Apply Here - -
Jammu & Kashmir Judiciary Apply Here 42 - Civil Judge Bachelor’s Degree in Law
Gujurat Judiciary Apply Here 124 Civil Judge Graduation Degree in Law

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Judicial Service Exam Eligibility Criteria 2021

It is important for all aspirants to know the detailed Judiciary Eligibility Criteria for the upcoming pcs j exam. Only Indian Citizens are eligible to apply for the civil judge exam 2020 in India. 

Services Lower Judiciary Services Higher Judiciary Services
Educational Qualifications  Candidates who have A degree in LL.B and enrollment as an Advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961. Candidates who have A degree in LL.B are eligible
Experience  No experience required.    A minimum of seven years of experience in litigation.
Age Candidates' age should be between 21 to 35 years. Candidates' age should be between 21 to 35 years.

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Previous State-Wise Judiciary Exam Notifications

The Judiciary Exam is an entry-level exam conducted for the recruitment of subordinate judiciary posts. Every year around 50,000 to 60,000 candidates appear for Judicial Service with only 15-20% clearing. 

  • Chhattisgarh Civil Judge (Entry Level) Exam 2021, Recruitment Notification 
  • West Bengal Judicial Service Exam 2021 Recruitment Notification
  • UP Judiciary, UPHJS (Main) Examination Results declared
  • UP Judiciary, UPHJS Exam, Interview Date announced
  • West Bengal Legal Service Exam, announces Schedule of Examination
  • UP Judicial Service, Allahabad High Court, Special Judicial Magistrate/ Special Metropolitan Magistrate Recruitment
  • Gujarat High Court Recruitment of Civil Judges, online submission starting from Feb 1st ending on March 1st
  • Bihar District 9th Limited Competitive Examination for Higher Judicial Services; check out
  • Bihar District Judge (Entry Level), Direct from Bar- 2021, Recruitment Notification
  • Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Exam 2021 | Recruitment Notification
  • Result of UPPCS(J) Pre Exam | U.P. Judicial Service Civil Judge (J.D.) Pre Exam 
  • Schedule for U.P. Judicial Service Civil Judge (J.D.) Main Exam 
  • Admit Cards of Preliminary Examination of Direct Recruitment to U.P. Higher Judicial Service, 
  • UP Higher Judicial Service Preliminary Examination, 
  • Vacancy for the appointment of the SJM/ SMM , Allahabad High Court
  • H.P. JUDICIAL SERVICE COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION- 2017
  • Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination, 2017
  • Gujarat Judicial Service, District Judge Cadre Exam,2018
  • MP High Court Recruitment, 2018 for 28 District Judges through Higher Judicial Service Exam
  • Gujarat High Court Recruitment, 2018 – For 75 Civil Judges Post
  • High Court of Uttarakhand Recruitment 2018- For 06 Additional District and Sessions Judges Post
  • Karnataka Judicial Service, Civil Judge Cadre Exam, 2018

Judiciary Services Selection Process 2021

There are three stages included in the selection of candidates for the PCS J Civil Judge post. Here is the detailed pattern for Judiciary Exam. The Judiciary Service Syllabus varies for each state Judiciary Recruitment. 

Judicial Services Preliminary Examination

The first stage of the Judicial Services Exam consists of multiple-choice questions and later candidates are qualified for the mains examination. The marks scored in the preliminary examination are not considered while preparing the final merit list. As per the Judiciary Exam Pattern, the minimum qualifying marks will vary for each state.

Judicial Services Mains Examination

The second stage of the Judicial Services Exam subjective type examination. It consists of three to four papers. The marks scored in the mains examination are considered while preparing the final merit list. The minimum qualifying marks varies for each state. Candidates equal to three times the number of vacancies are called for the interview.

Judicial Services Viva-Voce/ Personal Interview

The Last stage of the Judicial Services Exam in which the candidate is evaluated on the basis of general knowledge, personality, and other factors. This stage carries 50 marks out of which the candidate needs to secure a minimum of 20 marks to get selected.

FAQ's

What is the stages included in Judiciary Exam Selection Process?

The Judiciary Exam Selection Process varies for each state. However, there are three major stages involved in selection of candidates for Judiciary posts that is Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, and Viva-Voce.

Which are important topics in Judiciary Prelims Exam?

The Preliminary exam syllabus varies for few states. but there are few common topics in each state that includes topics like 

  • General Knowledge, 
  • Aptitude English, 
  • Constitution of India, 
  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Indian Contract Act
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Law of Torts

What is the Judiciary Exam Eligibility for Civil Judge?

The eligibility criteria for Civil Judge is different for each state. Hence, candidates must go through their respective state-wise eligibility in this post.

What is the Judiciary Age Limit to apply for Civil Judge post?

For most of the states conducting Judiciary Exam, the age limit is between 25-40 years.

How many attempts are there in Judiciary Exam?

There are a total of 6 attempts in Judiciary Exam. Also, candidates must fulfill the eligibility criteria without fail.