Judiciary services can be a valuable opportunity for many candidates who want to make a career in public service or the state authority's workings. Applicants are advised to check the Judiciary Exam Eligibility before applying for the exam. If it does not match, the application will get rejected. The minimum age to apply for any judiciary exam is 21 years. The candidates will also get complete information about the Judiciary Vacancy in the official notification of each country's state. Check out the article to know more information about the Judiciary Exams.

What is Judiciary?

The judiciary is the system of courts that evaluates and implements the law in the state's name. It is the branch of government. It administers justice according to law. The courts apply the law and resolve disputes, and discipline law-breakers according to the law.

  • Judiciary Exams are usually known as the PCS (J)-Provincial Civil Service-Judicial Exam. It is the entry-level test for the students who completed their graduation in law.
  • All of these judiciary level exams are conducted by the state judicial authority to hire subordinate administrative services.
  • Once the official notification is issued, applicants will go for a search of PCS J Salary. The basic salary of the selected applicant will start from INR 27700 per month.
  • More than 60000 applicants apply for the exam every year in the PCS Judiciary from which hardly 15-20% of candidates can clear the Judicial exams after LLB.
  • Aspirants can take several job profiles after clearing the PCS J exam, namely- Magistrate, District, and Sessions Judge, Solicitors, Public Prosecutors, Attorney General, Advocate General, Notary, etc.

Judiciary Exams Latest Updates

MP Judiciary Exam Notification Released

  • The Madhya Pradesh Judicial Services released an official notification regarding the recruitment of 252 vacancies this year. The last date to apply is in November 2020. Check Notification.

BPSC Judicial Services Applications Extended

  • The Bihar Judiciary Application Form can be filled until 12th September 2020 in online mode. Apply Now

OPSC Judicial Services Declared Mains Exam Date

  • Odisha Commission has declared OJS Mains Exam Date @ opsc.gov.in. OPSC Mains exam date is 6-9 October 2020. Read Notification

Kerala Judciairy Released Prelims Admit Card

  • The Kerala Judicial Service 2020 Prelims Admit Card out at hckrecruitment.nic.in. Download the admit card well in advance before the exam.

What is Judiciary?

What is Judiciary?

PCS J Exam Date

In the following table, we are providing the PCS J Exam Dates for all the state-level judiciary-

Organization Name Prelims Exam Date Mains Exam Date
Bihar Public Service Commission 9th August 2020 (Postponed) Notified Soon
Delhi High Court 22nd September 2020 October 2020
Jharkhand High Court First Week of December 2020 Notified Soon
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission First Week of December 2020 Notified Soon
Assam Public Service Commission First Week of January 2021 Notified Soon

Judiciary Vacancy

Have a look at the following table to know the complete information about the Judiciary Vacancy for the post of Civil Judge in various states of the nation-

Name of the Organization Total Number of Post
West Bengal Public Service Commission 26 Posts
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission 11 Posts
Bihar Public Service Commission 221 Posts
Karnataka High Court 53 Posts
High Court of Telangana 87 Posts
Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission 32 Posts
Odisha Public Service Commission 51 Posts
Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission 176 Posts
Gujarat High Court 68 Posts
Maharashtra Public Service Commission 190 Posts
High Court of Andhra Pradesh 38 Posts
Himachal Pradesh Public Service Commission 5 Posts
Uttarakhand Public Service Commission 15 Posts
Punjab Public Service Commission 75 Posts
High Court of Madhya Pradesh 190 Posts
Rajasthan High Court 197 Posts
Bihar Public Service Commission 349 Posts
Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission 42 Posts
Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) 107 Posts
High Court of Gujarat 103 Posts

What is Judiciary?

What is Judiciary?

Judiciary Exam Pattern 2020

The Judiciary Selection Process consists of 3 stages-

  1. Prelims Exam
  2. Mains Exam
  3. Viva-Voce/ Personal Interview.

The final selection is based on the combined marks secured by the candidates in Mains Exam and Viva-Voce/ Personal Interview. Have a look at the following table to know the complete Judiciary Exam Pattern this also helps to understand the selection process of the Judiciary Exams in India-

Factors Exam Type Qualifying Marks For General & SC/ST Categories Evaluation Criteria
Prelims Exam Consists of Objective Type Questions; Acts as a screening test for the Mains exam. It comprises a subjective type-exam that comprises three to four papers. Evaluate based on- General Knowledge; Personality; Aptitude
Mains Exam The minimum qualifying marks will differ based on the State. The minimum qualifying marks will differ based on the State. Maximum Marks- 50; Minimum Marks- 20
Viva-Voce/ Personal Interview The marks will not consider in the final score The marks of the main exam will be considered for the final selection Final Selection will be made based on it.

Judiciary Syllabus 2020

In the following points, candidates can see the Judiciary Exam Syllabus for both Prelims and Mains Exam based on all the nations' states. The Syllabus of the state may vary from one to the other. Have a look at the following points for detailed Judiciary Syllabus.

Prelims Syllabus

There are a few common subjects in Prelims Syllabus from which the questions are asked in most of the states-

  • General Knowledge and Current Affairs
  • Proficiency In English Language and Aptitude
  • Constitutional law
  • IPC, CPC, CrPC and The Indian Evidence Act
  • Contract Law and Tort Law
  • Transfer of Property law

Apart from these topics, some of the states cover specific topics in their Syllabus-

State Additional Subjects
Kerala Kerala Building (Lease and Rent Control) Act.
Goa Sales of Goods Act, Land laws of Goa, The Scheduled Tribe and Scheduled Caste (Prevention of Atrocities Act, 1989)
Karnataka Karnataka Rent Act
Delhi Principles Governing Arbitration Law, the Partnership Act
Chhattisgarh Accommodation Control Act, Court fees act, Registration Act and Chhattisgarh Land revenue code, Specific Relief Acts, and Limitation,
Madhya Pradesh Madhya Pradesh Accommodation Control Act, Madhya Pradesh Land Revenue Code
Bihar Elementary General Science, Commercial law, Principles of Equity, Law of trusts, Administrative law, Specific Relief Act, Hindu and Muslim personal laws
Arunachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Assam, Manipur, Maharashtra, and Nagaland Proficiency in the official language of Assam

Mains Exam Syllabus

The syllabus for mains exam Judiciary is also differs based on the state given in the following points and tables-

Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Nagaland, Mizoram, Maharashtra, and Jammu & Kashmir

In the following table, candidates will get to know about the topics and marking scheme for the various levels of the Judiciary Exams in India conducted in the cities, as mentioned above. The selection will be made based on the below paper-

Paper I Essay, precise writing, Grammar (To Evaluate English Comprehensive and Grammar) Marking Scheme- 100 Marks; Duration- 120 Minutes
Paper-II Objective test, Aptitude Test (To Evaluate General Knowledge) Marking Scheme- 100 Marks; Duration- 120 Minutes
Paper III Transfer of Property, Civil procedure code, Indian Contract Act, Constitution of India (To Evaluate Knowledge of Law) Marking Scheme- 100 Marks; Duration- 120 Minute
Paper IV Indian Penal Code, CrPC, Law of Torts, Indian Evidence Act (To Evaluate Knowledge of Law)x Marking Scheme- 100 Marks; Duration- 120 Minute

Bihar

  • In Paper I, Hindi and English are compulsory papers, which are qualifying in nature. Candidates require only 30 marks to qualify these sections.
  • Paper-II is an optional paper, and each topic carries 150 marks.
  • Know the number of marks and subjects asked in the Bihar PCS Judiciary Exam for Paper I and Paper-II.
Paper I (Compulsory Paper)
General Knowledge and Current Affairs 150 Marks
Elementary Science 100 Marks
General Hindi 100 Marks
General English 100 Marks
Law of Evidence and Procedure 150 Marks
Paper-II (Optional Paper)
Constitutional Law of India and England 150 Marks
Hindu and Muslim Law 150 Marks
Transfer of property 150 Marks
Principles of Equity 150 Marks
Law of Trusts and Specific Relief Act 150 Marks
Law of Contract and Torts 150 Marks
Commercial Law 150 Marks

Chhattisgarh

Below are the subjects and number of marks of each paper for the Chattisgarh PCS J Exam-

  1. Framing of issues and writing of judgment in Civil Cases- 40 marks
  2. Framing of charges and writing of conclusion in Criminal Cases- 40marks
  3. Translation: English to Hindi (10marks), Hindi to English- 10marks

Delhi

The Delhi Judiciary Exams will be conducted in four Papers mentioned in the following table. Also, the subjects, marking scheme, and topics asked in the judiciary exams after LLB-

Exam Subjects Topics
Paper I (250 Marks) General Knowledge and Language Current affairs, Essay, Translation, and precise writing
Paper-II (200 Marks) Civil Law I Indian Contract Act, Indian Sale of Goods Act, the Indian Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act, Hindu Law, Muslim Law, Delhi Rent control Act and Law of Torts
Paper III (200 Marks) Civil Law II Civil Procedure Code, Law of Evidence, Law of Limitation and Law of Registration
Paper IV (200 Marks) Criminal Law Criminal Procedure Code, Indian penal code and Indian Evidence Act

Goa

The applicants have to clear Paper I and Paper-II in PCS Judiciary Exam in Goa to be a part of one of the posts of Judiciary-

  • Paper I: The Easement Act (1882), The Indian Contract act (1872), Transfer of Property Act (1882), Indian Partnership Act (1932), The Limitation Act (1963), Sales of Goods Act (1930), Family Laws in Goa, The Code of Civil Procedure Code (1908), Land Laws in Goa, The Specific Relief Act (1963).
  • Paper-II: The code of Criminal procedure code (1973), The Indian Penal Code (1860), The Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) (Prevention of Atrocities) Act (1989), The Evidence Act (1872), Essay on Current Legal Topics, The Negotiable Instruments Act (1881).

Haryana and Punjab

Here in the following table, candidates can check out the information of the Subjects and Topics asked in all the stage of Haryana PCS J Exam-

Exams Subjects  Topics
Paper I (200 Marks) Civil Law I Code of Civil procedure, Punjab Courts Act, Indian Contract Act, Indian Sale of Goods Act, Indian Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act
Paper-II (200 Marks) Civil Law II Hindu Law, Muslim Law and Customary Law, Law of Registration and Limitation
Paper III (200 Marks) Criminal Law Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal procedure, Indian Evidence Act
Paper IV (100 Marks) English Essay, Words and Phrases, Comprehension, Corrections
Paper V (100/ 150 Marks) Language Hindi in Devanagari Script

Himachal Pradesh

The PCS J Exam Date is released for Himachal Pradesh once the official notification gets published on the official website. In the table, we have provided the subjects, and topics asked in the exam-

Exams Subjects  Topics
Paper I (200 Marks) Civil Law I Code of Civil procedure, Indian Stamp Act, Indian Evidence Act, Himachal Pradesh Courts Act, Specific Relief Act
Paper-II (200 Marks) Civil Law II Indian Contract Act, Hindu Law, Transfer of Property Act, Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, Indian Limitation Act
Paper III (200 Marks) Criminal Law Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal procedure, Chapter XVII of Negotiable Instruments Act, HP Excise Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Indian Forest Act
Paper IV (200 Marks) English Composition Comprehension and Grammar
Paper V (100Marks) Language -

Jharkhand

The Jharkhand PCS Judiciary Exam will be held in four Papers, have a look at the table to know the subjects/ topics asked in the exam for each paper separately-

Exam Topics
Paper I Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure Code, the Indian Evidence Act, Limitation Act
Paper-II Civil Procedure Code, Transfer of Property, Indian Contract Act, Sales of Goods Act, Arbitration and Conciliation Act
Paper III Hindu Law, Muslim Law, Rent Control Law, Specific Relief Act, and Jurisprudence
Paper IV Hindi and English

Karnataka

For the reference of the candidate, we have provided the subjects and topics for all Papers for the Karnataka Judiciary Exam-

Exams Subjects Topics
Paper I (100 Marks) Translation Paper Depositions, Judgments, and Documents
Paper-II (100 Marks) Law Paper I Civil procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Evidence Act, Principles of Pleading and Indian Constitution
Paper III (100 Marks) Law Paper-II Framing of issues and writing judgments in civil cases
Paper IV (100 Marks) Law Paper III Framing of charges and writing judgments in criminal cases

Kerala

The exam will be conducted in four Papers, here in the table candidate can see subject-wise topics for all the Papers going to conduct for the selection-

Exam Topics
Paper I English Grammar, General Essays, Translation of Malayalam Documents and Depositions to English, Precise writing
Paper-II Indian Contract Act, Transfer of Property, Limitation Act, Legal Services Authorities act, The Kerala Panchayat Raj Act, Kerala Municipality Act, etc.
Paper III Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act, Abkari Act, Negotiable Instruments Act, the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, etc.
Paper IV Code of Civil Procedure, Civil Rules of Practice, Kerala Civil Courts Act Code of criminal procedure, Criminal Rules of Practice, Framing of charges and issues, Judgment writing

Madhya Pradesh

Check out the following table, for the information about the topics asked in the Madhya Pradesh Judiciary Exam of the country-

Exam Topics/ Subjects
Paper I Civil Law and Procedure
Paper-II Criminal Law and Procedure
Paper III Writing Skill, Court Practice, Translation, and Current Legal Knowledge
Paper IV Judgment writing

Odisha

Here in the article, we have given the information about the subjects and topics asked in the Odisha PCS J exam for all the Papers-

Exam Subject Topics
Paper I General English Comprehension and Grammar
Paper-II Procedural Laws Civil procedure code, Criminal procedure code, Indian Evidence Act
Paper III Optional Paper Law of Crime and Law of torts, Hindu and Muslim Law, Law of Property, Law of Contract, Jurisprudence, and Constitution of India

Rajasthan

Have a look at the following table for the detail about topics asked in the Rajasthan State PCS Judiciary Exam-

Exam Subject Topics
Paper I Law Paper I Constitution of India, Civil procedure Code< Contact law, Tort laws, Motor vehicle law, Rent control law, Personal laws, Law of Transfer of Property
Paper-II Law Paper-II Criminal law, Narcotic Law, Law relating to cybercrimes and electricity theft, Law of probation, Law on juvenile delinquency
Paper III Language Paper I Hindi Essay Writing and Grammar
Paper IV Language Paper-II English Essay Writing, Translation, and Grammar

Sikkim

Get the detail about the Paper I and Paper-II of the Sikkim State exam of Judiciary-

  1. Paper I- Procedural law, Indian evidence Act, Local law, Limitation Act
  2. Paper-II- Hindu Law, Contract law, Partnership Act, Sales of goods act, Specific Relief Act, General Clauses Act, Indian Penal Code, Transfer of Property Act, Constitutional Law.

Uttarakhand

In the following, applicants get subjects asked in the Uttarakhand Judiciary Exam for each Paper (I, II, III, IV, and V)-

Exams Topics/ Subjects
Paper I Substantive Law
Paper-II Evidence and Procedure
Paper III Revenue and Criminal Law
Paper IV The present-day- Current affairs and general knowledge
Paper V Language

Uttar Pradesh

Get the detailed topic of the Paper I and II for the Uttar Pradesh PCS J Exam-

  1. Paper I: General knowledge- History of India and Indian Culture, Indian Polity, Indian Economy, Geography of India, International Affairs
  2. Paper-II: Law- Jurisprudence, Transfer of property, International Organizations, Indian constitution, Indian Evidence Act, Code of Civil procedure, Code of criminal procedure, Contract laws

West Bengal

Know all the topics asked in the Paper I and II of the West Bengal PCS Judiciary in the following points-

  1. Paper I: Compulsory papers- English composition, Civil law, Bengali, general knowledge, Criminal law, Transfer of Property Act, Contract law
  2. Paper-II: Optional papers- Hindu law, Jurisprudence and principles of legislation, Muslim law, Laws relating to companies and insurance, Partnership Act, Law of limitation, Law of Trusts and Specific Relief, Constitutional law

Judiciary Exam Preparation

There should be proper preparation to qualify for any exam. Candidates have to put the effort efficiently that is required in every competitive exam. In the following table, we have given the detailed Judiciary Exam Preparation Tips and tricks to clear the exam-

  • To become a Judicial Officer, candidates need to be motivated. It is essential to be consistent and make a proper strategy to prepare for the exam.
  • Making a Timetable is the primary step to inclined towards the appropriate strategy and planning for preparation.
  • For the Prelims Exam, candidates require properly concentrated and exhaustive knowledge of the topics like- illustrations, provisions, period/ time limits, and limitations.
  • The Written Exam requires a particular pattern to study for the exam, and candidates can take the help of Judiciary Exams Question Papers to prepare for the Written Test.
  • Solve the various previous year’s question papers of the Judiciary exams in India conducted by the several Public Service Commissions and High Courts to develop the practice skills and time management.
  • For the section of Legal General Knowledge, candidates need to prepare by reading journals, reports, new papers (especially the Editorial Section).
  • Aspirants can prepare from PCS J Books for the General Knowledge and Legal General Knowledge sections of the exam.

PCS J Result

The exam results of each Judiciary Exams of various states will be declared after completion of the exam, whether it is Prelims or Mains. The Judiciary Exam Result will be declared in the form of PDF, and candidates can download the result by following the below-mentioned steps-

  • Go to the official website of a particular state.
  • Click on the link of the PCS J Result mentioned on the home page.
  • Fill the required details asked (If any)- Registration Number/ Roll Number and Date of Birth or Password.
  • Click on the PDF and download the result. Save it for future reference.

State Level Judiciary Exams 2020

The 24 states of India will conduct the Judicial Service Exam. Each state has its own exam pattern, selection process, eligibility, pay scale, recruitment process, syllabus, etc. Here in the following table, the states have listed those conduct the Judiciary Exams in India-

Arunachal Pradesh Assam Bihar
Chhattisgarh Goa Delhi
Himachal Pradesh Haryana Jammu & Kashmir
Jharkhand Karnataka Kerala
Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Manipur
Mizoram Nagaland Odisha
Punjab Rajasthan Sikkim
Uttarakhand Uttar Pradesh West Bengal

Delhi Judiciary

For the recruitment of civil judges in High Court, the High Court conducts the Delhi Judicial Service Exam every Year. There are three stages- Prelims and Mains Exam, and Viva-Voce. The applicants who will clear the Prelims and Mains Exam are called for the Personal Interview (Viva-Voce).

  • The prelims exam is Objective (MCQ) in nature, whereas the Mains exam is descriptive type.
  • The Online Application will start a month ago from the exam date.
  • The Delhi Court will release the official notification for the Delhi Judiciary Exam on the official website.
  • The maximum age limit is 32 years.
  • The Starting Date of Application is expected to be released in September 2020, and the Prelims exam is conducted in October 2020.

The exam will be conducted in two stages- Prelims and Mains. The Prelims exam is conducted in Objective nature (Multiple Choice Questions).

  • The objective questions will be asked from the topic of General Knowledge and Law.
  • A total of 200 questions are there, and each wrong answer has a penalty of 0.25 (1/4) marks that will be deducted from the right answer.
  • The Mains Exam is descriptive in nature. The topics asked in Mains Exam are- GK and Language, Civil Law I & II, and Criminal Law.
  • Final Selection will be made by calculating the marks of Mains Exam and Viva-Voce (Interview).

Karnataka Judiciary

The High Court of Karnataka released various vacancies like- Assistant Court Secretary, Oath Commissioners, Civil Judge, Research Assistant, Magistrate, etc. every year. The upper age limit is 35 years.

  • The Karnataka Judiciary online application link will be available for the candidate on the official website to fill the application form in Karnataka Judiciary,
  • There are three selection methods to be a part of Karnataka Judiciary- Shorthand, Typing Test, and Viva-Voce (interview).
  • Recently, the exam was conducted for the post of Civil Judge with a total of 53 vacancies.
  • The exam will be held in Bangalore (Karnataka).
  • The pay scale of the High Court of Karnataka's posts starts from INR 27700 to INR 44900 per month.
  • It is compulsory to know the eligibility criteria of the exam to apply for it, which is- The Exam of SSLC was conducted by the Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) or its equivalent examination. OR, Diploma in Commercial Practice/ Secretarial Practice in English; Any other exam is recognized as an equivalent test to them by Universities or Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board (KSEEB) or Technical Board.

Bihar Judiciary

The exam of the Bihar Public Service Commission was conducted in August 2020, which has been postponed again. Bihar Judiciary Exam is expected to be conducted in November 2020. 

The eligibility criteria to apply for the Bihar Judiciary is based on the age limit and educational qualification-

  • Age Limit- The 22 years is the minimum age limit, and the maximum age limit is 35 years.
  • Age Relaxation- OBC category candidates for three years and SC/ST category for five years.
  • Educational Qualification- To appear in Bihar Judiciary, candidates should have an LLB or equivalent degree from any recognized institute by India's bar council.

Two weeks before the Judiciary exams after LLB, the authority will release the admit card on the official website. To download the Bihar Judiciary Admit Card, applicants need to give their Registration Number/ Roll Number and Date of Birth/ Password. Take a print and carry it while going for the exam. The selection process will be done in three stages- Prelims, Mains, and Interview.

  • The prelims exam consists- Paper I (General Studies- 100 Marks) and Paper-II (Law- 150 Marks).
  • The Mains Exam Considers five subjects- General Knowledge and Current Affairs (150 Marks), Elementary General Science (100 Marks), General Hindi (100 Marks), General English (100 Marks), Law of Evidence and Procedure (150).
  • The Hindi and English section is qualifying in nature. Applicants need to score 30 marks in each to qualify the mains exam. The marks of these two papers will not be considered in the final score.
  • The final stage- Interview consists of 100 marks. Aspirants need to score a minimum of 35% marks to qualify for the interview process to make it to the Merit List.

Rajasthan Judicial Services Exam

The Rajasthan Judicial Services Exam was conducted every year by the High Court of Rajasthan. The recruitment is for the post of the Civil Judge in the High Court. The recruitment notification will be issued on the official website of the Rajasthan High Court (www.hcraj.nic.in).

  • Twenty-one years is the minimum age required to apply, and the maximum age limit is 40 years.
  • Aspirants must have completed a Bachelor of Law under the Advocates Act, 1961, from any recognized Institute or University.
  • Applicants should have detailed knowledge about Rajasthani Dialects and Social Customs.

The selection process consists of three stages- Prelims, Mains, and interviews. Have a look at the points to know the more detail about the process of the exam-

  • The prelims exam is objective and qualifying in nature. In the exam paper, 70% of the questions asked from Law Paper 1 and Paper 2 and 30% of the questions will be asked from Hindi and English Language.
  • Candidates do not have to give any penalty. No penalty of negative marking is there for any incorrect answer. The marks secured in Prelims Exam are not considered in making the final merit list.
  • The Mains Exam is descriptive in nature. The subjects from which the Mains Exam question paper will be made are- Law Paper I (100 Marks, 3 hours); Law Paper-II (100 Marks, 3 Hours); Language (Hindi and English Essay for 50 Marks in 2 hours for each language)
  • In a personal interview, the questions will be asked to test the candidate's general knowledge, current affairs, etc.
  • The final merit list marks are calculated based on the marks obtained in Mains Exam and Vice-Voce (Interview).

Uttarakhand Judiciary

The recruitment process for Uttarakhand Judiciary will be published soon on the official website by the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC). To apply for Civil Judge, the candidate should meet the eligibility criteria set by the officials. The eligibility criteria consist of age limit and educational qualification, which are mentioned below-

  • Applicants should have the degree of a Bachelor of Law from the University established in Uttarakhand or equivalent recognized for this persistence by the Governor.
  • Knowledge of Devanagari Hindi Script and basic Computer Operations.
  • The age of the applicant should be in between 22 years to 35 years.

The exam selection process consists of four stages- Prelims Exam, Mains Exam, Vice-Voce (interview), and Practical Exam (basic Computer knowledge).

  • In the prelims exam, candidates need to prepare for Paper I and II- General Knowledge and Laws.
  • Paper I consists of 50 Marks and Paper-II 150 Marks. The Objective type (Multiple Choice Questions) will be asked in the exam.
  • The Mains Exam is descriptive in nature. The subjects included in the Mains Exam are- The Present Day (150 Marks), Language (100 Marks), Law Paper I (Substantive Law- 200 Marks), Law Paper-II (Evidence and Procedure- 200 Marks), Law Paper III (Revenue and Criminal- 200 Marks).
  • The interview consists of 100 Marks. While calculating the final merit list, the marks of the Mains Exam and Viva-Voce will be considered.

Haryana Judiciary

The Haryana High Court releases the official notification every year for the Haryana Judiciary on the official website (https://highcourtchd.gov.in/). The commission issues a various number of vacancies for the post. The mode of the exam is Offline.

To apply for the Haryana Judiciary, aspirants need to meet the eligibility criteria set by the Haryana Judicial Services Exam.

  • The exam’s minimum age limit is 21 years, and the upper age limit is 42 years.
  • Applicants should have Indian Citizenship.
  • The candidates should have a Bachelor of Law degree from a University/ Institute established in Haryana or from the other University recognized by the Governor.

The selection process of the exam consists of three stages- Prelims, Mains, and Personality Tests.

  • In the Prelims Exam, the questions will be asked from the subjects’ General Knowledge Law and Acts. There is a negative marking of 0.80 marks for each incorrect answer. The exam consists of 500 marks. Candidates have to complete the exam in 120 minutes (2 Hours).
  • Mains Exam is a descriptive exam of 900 marks. To prepare for it, candidates need to study subjects, namely- Civil Law I, Civil Law II, Civil Law III, English, and Language. Applicants need to complete the exam in the time duration of 180 Minutes (3 Hours).
  • The final merit list will be prepared with the combined marks secured by candidates in the Mains Exam and Personality Tests.
  • The Haryana PSC hall ticket will be released two weeks before the exam on the official website. It can be downloaded by giving- Registration Number/ Roll Number and Date of Birth/ Password.

MP Judicial Services Exams

Madhya Pradesh High Court released the vacancy of MP Judicial Services Exams or MPPSC J every year on the official website for the suitable candidates for the post of Judicial Magistrate First Class or Civil Judge Grade II. The official notification will be published for the MP Judicial Services Exam on the official website of the MP High Court (www.mphc.in). 

There are three stages to clear the MP Judicial Service Exam- Prelims, Mains, and Viva-Voce (Interview)-

  • Prelims are qualifying in nature. Multiple Choice Questions will be asked with the negative marking for each incorrect answer marked.
  • One hundred fifty (150) questions will be asked in the prelims exam, which candidates have to solve in 2 hours (120 Minutes).
  • The candidates who qualify for the prelims exam can appear for the Mains Exam, a descriptive type (written test).
  • Mains Exam consists of four papers, which applicants need to complete in the given time of 3 Hours (180 Minutes). Each paper is carrying 100 marks (total of 400 marks).
  • The aspirants who succeed in both Prelims and Mains are called for the Vice-Voce Test (Face to face round).
  • The final selection's merit list will be made based on the marks secured by candidates in Mains Exam and Vice-Voce Test.

The MP Judicial Service Exam notification is expected to be released in September 2020. Applicants should know the complete eligibility criteria to apply for the exam.

  1. Educational Qualification- Candidates must have a Bachelor of Law degree (LLB) of duration 3 to 5 years from a Government and Bar Council recognized University or Institute equivalent to it.
  2. Twenty-one years is the minimum, and 35 years is the upper age limit.
  3. Candidates should be an Indian Citizen.

MP Officials will release a good number of vacancies to fill the post of a civil judge and others in the high court. The MPPSC J admit card will be available 15 days before the exam on the official website.

  • To download the call letter, log in again, and fill the details- Registration Number/ Roll Number and Password/ Date of Birth, and it will appear on the screen.
  • Download it and take a print out. It is compulsory to take a call ticket to the exam center. Otherwise, aspirants are not allowed to give the exam.

UP Judiciary Exam

UPPSC (Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission) will issue the notification of the UP Judiciary exam soon on the official website. It is expected to be published in September 2020, with a total of 330 vacancies. It is mandatory to meet the eligibility criteria while applying for the exam; otherwise, the authority canceled the application.

  • Educational Qualification- Candidate should have a Bachelor of Law from any recognized University/ Institute of Uttar Pradesh. Or the applicant should be enrolled under the provisions of the Advocate Act 1961.
  • The applicant should have a good knowledge of the Devanagari Script.
  • He/She should have citizenship of India.
  • The lower age limit to apply is 22 years, and the upper age limit is 35 years.
  • The age relaxation is given to the upper ages to the reserved categories- OBC/ SC/ ST based on the government norms.

There are three stages applicants need to qualify to be a part of UP High Court- Prelims, Mains, and Vice-Voce (Interview). The final result will be made by the score secured by the candidates in Mains Exam and Vice-Voce.

  1. Prelims Exams- It is qualifying in nature. The objective type questions (MCQ) will be asked in the exam. There are two Papers- Paper I (150 Marks) and Paper-II ( 300 Marks). The time limit given by the authority to solve the paper is 2 Hours (120 minutes) for each.
  2. Mains Exam- There will be five descriptive type questions will be asked from various subjects. Each question consists of 200 marks.
  3. Vice-Voce (Interview)- The candidates who qualify the Mains Exam will be called for the INterview. It will be of 100 marks. The marks of the interview will be counted in to make the final result.

The result and cutoff for the exam will be released separately for each stage of the Judiciary exams in India.

Jharkhand Judicial Exams

The High Court of Jharkhand, Ranchi, recruited suitable candidates for the Jharkhand Judicial Exams for the post name Civil Judge Junior Division every year. All the details like- syllabus, exam pattern, selection process, the application process, application fee, etc. will be mentioned in the Jharkhand Judicial Service Exam official notification (www.jharkhandhighcourt.nic.in).

The application process is tentatively starting in September 2020. The Jharkhand Judicial Exams admit card will be released 15 days before the exam. 

  • Applicants have to download the call letter by going to the official website of the Jharkhand High Court and click on the link related to the admit card.
  • Log in to the page and fill the credentials asked- Registration Number/ Roll Number and Password/ Date of Birth.
  • Details mentioned in the call letter are- Exam Date, Exam Center, Exam Time, Name of the candidate, Father’s Name, Space for thumb impression of the candidate, etc.
  • The admit card is compulsory to take while going to the exam center. Along with the valid identity proof (Pan Card, Aadhar Card, Passport, etc.).

To become a part of Jharkhand High Court, candidates need to clear three exam stages- Prelims, Mains, and Vice-Voce. Check the following points to know the exam pattern and phases of the exam-

  1. Prelims Exam- It consists of Multiple choice questions. Each Paper (I and II) carries 200 marks, and two hours (120 minutes) is the time limit to finish the exam.
  2. Mains Exams- Four papers carry 100 marks each (total of 400 marks). Candidates have to finish the exam in 3 hours (each). Mains Exam is a Descriptive type exam (Written Test).
  3. Vice-Voce (interview)- The interview process consists of 100 marks. To clear this process, 25% marks need to be secured by the unreserved category applicants and 20% marks for the SC/ ST/ OBC/ category candidates.
  4. The final selection's merit list will be made on the candidate’s combined marks obtained in the Mains Exam and Vice-Voce.

Maharashtra Judiciary

The Maharashtra High Court will release vacancies for the various posts. The official notification for Maharashtra Judiciary is released on the official website of the MH High Court. The basic allowances for the Maharashtra Judiciary start from INR 27700 to INR 44770. Check out the following points to know the essential details about the Maharashtra Judicial Service Civil Judge Exam.

  • The applicants should fulfill the Eligibility Criteria mentioned in the official notification. The criteria are based on the educational qualification and age limit of the candidate. If they didn’t meet the eligibility criteria, the candidates' application would be canceled by the authority of the high court.
  • The upper age limit is not more than 35 years.
  • SC/ ST students will get three years of age relaxation as per the government norms.
  • The Maharashtra Judiciary Exam occurs in three stages- Prelims (Multiple Choice Questions), Mains (Written Test), and Interview.
  • In the Mains Exam, the exam is divided into four papers- Paper I (English), Paper-II (General Knowledge), Paper III (Law I), and Paper IV (Law II).
  • The interview will consist of 50 marks maximum. Aspirants need to secure 20 marks to clear the Vice-Voce.
  • The topics from which the Prelims Exam questions will be asked are- Constitution of India, Aptitude, English, Code of Civil procedure, Indian Penal Code, Law of torts, etc.
  • The final selection is based on the applicants' scores in the Mains Exam and the Interview Process.
  • The exam result will be declared 15 days after the exam on its official website separately for each stage of the judiciary exams after LLB.

AP Judiciary Exam

The Andhra Pradesh High Court announces the AP Judiciary Exam for the post of Civil Judge on the official website. The candidates waiting for the AP Judiciary Exam have to wait for more for the recruitment notification. The AP high court releases the various vacancies every year. Here are some necessary details that candidates should know about the exam.

  • The expected vacancy to release for the post of the civil judge is 31.
  • Candidates must fulfill the AP Judiciary eligibility criteria set by the AP High Court to fill the Application Form.
  • The eligibility criteria will be measured based on the three major categories- Educational Qualification, Age Limit, and Citizenship.
  • The upper age limit of the candidate to apply for the exam should be 35 years.
  • Once the application process gets complete, candidates have to wait for the AP Judiciary Exam Admit Card, released 15 days before the exam.
  • Applicants have to give Registration Number/ Roll Number and Password/ Date of Birth to download the call letter.
  • Details mentioned in the call letter are exam time, exam date, exam center, name of the candidate, space for the candidate's thumb impression and signature, etc.
  • Carrying the APPSC admit card to the exam center is compulsory. Otherwise, they are not allowed to sit in the exam.
  • Take a valid identity proof (Pan Card, Aadhar Card, Passport, etc.) while going to the exam center.
  • The exam will be conducted in the three stages- Prelims, Mains, and Interview.
  • The result for each stage of the exam process will be released separately on the official website of the AP High Court.
  • Along with the result, the category-wise cutoff for the exam will also be declared separately for each process.
  • The exam's final selection will be made based on the applicants' marks in the Mains Exam and Interview Process.

Arunachal Pradesh Judicial Services Exam

Arunachal Pradesh Judicial Services Exam conducts every year by the High Court of Gauhati for the various posts. The notification for the recruitment process will be published on the official website (www.ghcitanagar.gov.in).

The should know the APJS Eligibility criteria (educational qualification, age limit, and citizenship) before applying for the exam-

  • Aspirants who want to apply for the APJS should hold the degree of Bachelor of Law by any recognized University/ Institute established by Law.
  • Thirty-Five (35) years is the upper age limit to apply.
  • Applicants are citizens of India.

Candidates have to go through three stages to be a part of the Arunachal Pradesh Judicial Services Exam- Prelims, Mains, and Interview. Check the below points to know the highlights of the exam pattern and the stages of APJS Exam-

  • Prelims Exam will consist of a screening test, and it is qualifying in nature. The questions will be asked in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (Objective Type). 
  • The subjects in Prelims Exam are- General Knowledge, Constitution of India, Code of Civil Procedure, Aptitude, Transfer of Property Act, etc.
  • The paper consists of 100 marks. Candidates have to finish the exam in 2 hours (120 minutes).
  • The Mains Exam is the Written Exam. It is decided into four papers, each paper consisting of 100 marks (total of 400 marks). The time to finish the paper is 3 hours each.
  • Important topics asked in the Mains Exam are- Essay Writing, Precis Writing, Aptitude Test, Constitution of India, Indian Contract Act, Indian Evidence Act, Law of Torts, etc.

Before the exam, the APJS admit card will be published on the official website. They will get the details about the exam center, exam time, date of exam, etc. all the essential information related to the exam. After the exam, the authority publishes the APJS result and cutoff for each exam stage separately.

Punjab Judiciary

The notification for hiring the suitable candidates in Punjab High Court for the post of Civil Judge, Judicial Magistrate, etc. will be released soon on the official website (www.ppsc.gov.in). The salary in the Punjab High Court for various posts starts from INR 27700 to INR 44770 per month with several perks and allowances.

  • To apply for the Punjab Judiciary Exam, applicants must meet the eligibility criteria of the exam. There are three categories to check the applicant's eligibility- Educational Qualification, Age Limit, and Citizenship.
  • The age limit of the applicant should be in between 21 years to 37 years.
  • It is expected to release approx 80+ (more than the previous year) vacancies in Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) for the post of Civil Judge.
  • The PPSC Application process will start once the official notification gets released. Aspirants are suggested to fill the application before the last date mentioned to avoid any network issue or any other problem.

Aspirants have to go through three stages to be a part of the Punjab Public Service Commission- Prelims Exam, Mains Exam, and Vice-Voce (Interview). The exam result will be declared individually for each stage of PPSC on the official website with the cutoff marks.

  • One hundred twenty-five (125) questions will be asked, which they have to complete in 120 minutes (2 Hours). The paper consists of 500 marks.
  • The topics the questions will be asked in the exam are- Basic knowledge of Law, Aptitude, Analytical Skills, Constitutional History, and Governance, etc.
  • In the Mains Exam, five papers are there, which carries 100 marks each (total of 500 marks).
  • After clearing the Prelims and Mains both, candidates are called for the Interview Process (Viva-Voce). 
  • The PPSC final selection will be made based on the aspirants' marks in the Mains and Interview Process.

Chhattisgarh Judiciary

The recruitment notification for Chhattisgarh Public Service Commissions jobs for Civil Judge and other various posts will be issued for the applicants who have graduated with the Law Degree. The notification is released by the Chhattisgarh High Court, Raipur, on its official website (www.psc.cg.gov.in).

  • Applicants should know the eligibility criteria of the CGPSC before filling the application form.
  • The CGPSC eligibility criteria consist of three categories- Education Qualification, Citizenship, and Age Limit.
  • The online Application Process of Chhattisgarh Judiciary starts soon once the official notification is released.
  • After completing the online process, candidates wait for the admit card that will be released two weeks before the CGPSC Exam Date.
  • The pay scale for Chhattisgarh Judiciary starts from INR 27700 to INR 44770 per month with DA and other allowances.

The selection process of Chhattisgarh PSC consists of three stages- Prelims, Mains, and Interview Process.

  • The Prelims Paper Consists of 100 questions carry one mark each.
  • To prepare for the exam, here are some important topics from which questions are asked frequently- Code of Civil Procedure, Constitution of India, Contract Act, Court Fees Act, Registration Act, Limitation Act, Aptitude, etc.
  • The Mains Exam is a subjective type (written test). The Mains Exam subjects from which the questions will be asked are- civil law and criminal law.
  • Questions on translation will also be asked separately- English to Hindi and Hindi to English.
  • The candidate who will clear the Mains Exam will be called for the Interview round.
  • The merit list of the final selection will be issued on the official website of the CG High Court.
  • The CGPSC result of each stage of the exam will be declared separately with the category-wise cut off marks.

Gujarat Judiciary

The High Court of Gujarat releases the recruitment notification of the Gujarat Judiciary every year. The applicants who have a graduate degree of law can apply for the exam. The proper format to apply for the exam will be available on the official website of the Gujarat High Court. Once the official notification gets released, applicants can start applying for the exam.

  • The willing applicants have to complete the application process before the last date to fill the application form.
  • The age of the candidate to apply for the Gujarat Judiciary should not be more than 35 years.
  • The age relaxation provided to the several reserved categories as per the government norms mentioned in the notification.

After the online process, officials will release the Gujarat Public Service Commission Admit Card on the official website 15 days before the exam. Steps to download the call letter-

  • Log in to the official page of the Gujarat High Court.
  • Click on the link mentioned and provide the details to download the GPSC Hall Ticket.
  • Applicants have to fill the candidate's details- Roll Number/ Registration Number and Password/ Date of Birth.
  • The admit card of the applicant will appear on the screen.
  • Download it and take a print out for future reference.
  • The call letter of the Gujarat Judiciary will be released for each stage of the recruitment process separately.

Applicants have to go through three exam stages- Prelims, Mains, and Interview Process (Vice-Voce). Have a look at the following points to know more details about the stages of the exam-

  • The prelims exam consists of 100 questions which carry one mark each. It is divided into three parts- Paper I, Paper-II, and Paper III.
  • A penalty of 0.33 marks is there for each wrong answer marked.
  • In the GPSC Prelims Exam, 25 questions are in the Gujarati Language, and the remaining 75 questions are in the English Language.
  • The Mains Exam is a descriptive type (Written Exam), it consists of three Papers- Paper I (Civil Law), Paper-II (Criminal Law), Paper III (Language Paper).
  • The aspirants would be called for the interview process if they cleared the Mains Exam.
  • The Score of Mains Exam and Vice-Voce will be calculated while making the merit list of final selection.

WBPSC Recruitment

The WBPSC Recruitment starts when the official notification will get released on the official website (www.pscwbonline.gov.in). The West Bengal High Court releases various vacancies every year for the post of Civil Judge in the high court. Here in the following points, we have mentioned complete information given in the notification of West Bengal Judiciary.

  • Check the West Bengal PSC eligibility criteria of the exam before applying.
  • West Bengal PSC Eligibility Criteria consists of three categories- Educational Qualification, Age Limit, and Citizenship.
  • Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in Law from a recognized university/ institute of West Bengal or equivalent. To apply the minimum and maximum age limits should be from 23 to 35 years.
  • There is no Application Fee for the candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ PwD of West Bengal State. Others have to pay INR 210/- as an application fee for filling the application form.
  • The mode of payment is Offline and Online both, based on the applicant's preference.

The WBPSC Recruitment Selection Process will occur in three stages- Prelims, Mains, and Interview Process (Vice-Voce). Once these processes get complete, the Mains Exam applicants will be called for the Interview. The Vice-Voce consists of 100 marks. The Mains Exam and Vice-Voce (Interview) marks will be considered while calculating the final merit list.

  • The WBPSC Admit Card will be released separately for each stage of the exam on the WB high court's official website. It will be available 15 days before the exam on the website.
  • The Prelims Exam is objective and qualifying in nature, whereas the Mains Exam is a descriptive type conducted as a Written Test.
  • The result was declared separately for each stage of the WBPSC Recruitment with the cutoff marks.

Odisha Judicial Services Exam

Odisha Public Service Commission releases the Odisha Judicial Services Exam every year for the post of Civil Judge, conducted by the High Court of Odisha. OPSC occurs in three stages- Prelims, Mains, and Interview Process. Here are every detail related to the Odisha Judiciary Exam like- Application Process, Eligibility Criteria, Selection Process, Result, etc. is mentioned in the below points.

  • The starting date to fill the Telangana PSC application form will be mentioned in the official notification. It is good if applicable candidates may fill the form before the last date of the application form.
  • But, before applying for the OPSC, applicants are suggested to check the eligibility criteria. It is categorized in Educational Qualification, Age Limit, and Citizenship of the candidate.
  • Applicants should have Indian Citizenship.

The OPSC Admit Card will be released two weeks (15 days) before the exam. Odisha High Court releases the call letter for each stage of the exam separately on the official website.

  • Applicants require to log in with the Roll Number/ Registration Number and Date of Birth/ Password.
  • The details mentioned in the call letter are- Name of the candidate, Father’s Name, Exam Center, Exam Date, Exam Time, Space for the applicant's thumb impression & signature, etc.

Prelims, Mains, and Vice-Voce, are the three stages of the OPSC. The prelims exam is qualifying in nature, whereas the mains exam is a descriptive type (written test). 

  • Applicants who cleared both Prelims and Mains Exams will be invited for the further process that is the interview process.
  • The OPSC result will be declared with the cutoff marks on the official website individually for each exam stage.
  • The candidate's final selection will be made on the scores of Mains and Viva-Voce secured by the applicants.

Telangana Judiciary

The Telangana Judiciary Exam will be conducted every year by the High Court of Hyderabad for the various posts, including the post of civil judge in the high court. The candidate must know the eligibility criteria of the exam before applying for Telangana Public Service Commission Exam.

  • There are three categories of eligibility criteria- Educational Qualification, Age Limit, and Citizenship.
  • The application process will start once the official notification gets released on the official website.
  • Aspirants need to provide- Personal Details, Educational Details, Scanned copy of signature and picture of the applicant, etc.
  • Candidates can pay the application fee for the exam from the sources like- Debit/ Credit Card/ Mobile Wallet/ UPI/ Bank Challan, etc. the options mentioned on the gateway of payment page.
  • Once the application gets submitted, download it, and save it for future reference.

There are three distinct steps in the Telangana Judiciary Exam- Prelims, Mains, and Interview Process (Vice-Voce). The admit card for all these steps will be released separately on the high court of Hyderabad's official website.

  • The Prelims Exam consists of a screening test of 100 questions, which carries one mark each. The duration to finish the exam is 120 minutes (2 Hours).
  • The applicants who cleared the Prelims are eligible to apply for the Mains Exam. The Mains Exam is a descriptive type.
  • There are three papers- Paper I (Civil Law), Paper-II (Criminal Law), Paper III (English Translation & Essay Writing.
  • Each Paper consists of 100 marks (total of 400 marks), and each paper has a time limit of 3 hours (180 minutes) to complete the exam.
  • The Vice-Voce process consists of 50 marks. The eligible candidate must attend to get the final score of the complete process of the Telangana Public Service Commission Exam.
  • The applicants have to go through the parameters like- Mental Alertness, Knowledge of Law, Balance of Judgement, Power of Communication, etc.

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.

How many vacancies are released in Karnataka Judiciary Recruitment 2020?

This year, through the Karnataka Judiciary Recruitment, a total of 53 civil judge posts are released.

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.

What are the subjects included in Punjab Judiciary Syllabus 2020?

The subjects included in Punjab Judiciary Syllabus are General English, Reasoning, Civil Law Paper 1, Civil Law paper 2, Quantitative Aptitude, GK.

What is the mode of preliminary judiciary exam?

Judiciary exam is a pen- paper mode of exam. It is an objective type consisting of two papers.

Can a student apply for a law course after completing the 12th examination from any stream?

Yes, a student from any stream (arts, commerce, or science) can apply for a law course after completing the 12th examination. Students may choose the 3-year programs, or they may apply for the integrated 5-year courses. Some of the integrated law courses are – B.Com. L.L.B., B.Tech. L.L.B., B.Sc. L.L.B., B.B.A. L.L.B., B.A. L.L.B. 

As you can see, integrated courses are actually the combination of a law course with another course, which varies. You can choose any of the following and then appear for the judiciary service examination.

When will the Commission Upload The Final Merit List?

Post completion of interview, HCS prepares HCS Judicial Branch 2020 final merit list. It is expected to get uploaded within 10 to 15 days following the date of the interview. 

How to Challenge The Answer Key In Case Of Error/Mismatch?

The commission invites objections on the answers. Applicants can post their objections to commission. The commission then looks into the objections and posts regular updates on its official website.

Is it necessary to opt for the coaching classes to clear the MP Judiciary Service Examination? 

MP Judiciary Syllabus is undeniably tough and lengthy. Thus, the aspiring candidates might require seeking the guidance of the experts. It will further help to frame out the topic precisely. Moreover, much of your time will be saved as you do not need to make notes of your own. It, in turn, will give you enough time to concentrate more on your lessons. However, if you are confident enough about your solo studying strategy and read the landmark cases in several subjects, then you would not require to join any coaching class to crack the MP Judiciary exam.

How many attempts can you make to pass the Delhi Judiciary Service Examination?

The number of attempts that you can make to pass the Judiciary Service Examination depends on the upper and the lower age limit of a particular state. In the case of the Delhi Judiciary Service Examination, the lower and upper age limit is 21 and 32 years respectively. If you do the required calculations, you will find that you have 12 attempts. However, most state Judiciary Service Examinations are not conducted every year. As such, the maximum attempts that you can make are 6.

When will Commission Upload The Final Merit List?

Post completion of interview, UPPSC prepares UPPSC PCS J 2020 final merit list. It is expected to get uploaded within 10 to 15 days following the date of the interview. Any changes in the plan is notified to students through the official portal of UPPSC.

Should I study all subjects to score well in the Uttarakhand Judiciary Exam?

All the subject papers are compulsory in Uttarakhand PCS J exam. Merit is based on the collective score of all papers through which candidates will be shortlisted for the next level. Candidates must give their best to study all subjects to score good in Uttarakhand Judiciary exam.

How many marks are required to clear the Prelims exam for PCS J?

Minimum Marks cannot be forecasted prior to the merit list declaration. Cut-off marks, i.e., marks required to clear PCS J exam is dependent upon number of applicants appearing for the exam, difficulty level of the exam, average marks scored by candidates etc.

Is the Punjab Judiciary Service examination easy?

The syllabus of the Punjab Judiciary examination is undeniably vast and intricate. Additionally, you need to possess in-depth knowledge of the current affairs, essay writing skills, general knowledge, and so on! Hence, it will be foolish to call it easy. Besides, the preliminary examination of the Punjab judiciary carries negative marking in each wrong answer. Thus, to conclude, it can be said that the examination is quite tough and requires hard efforts to crack in the first attempt.

What is the application fee for the Odisha Judiciary Service Examination?

The application fee for the candidates appearing in the Odisha Judiciary Service Examination is 500 INR. The aspirants must take a printout of the final form submitted and the online challan. The challan is used for the payment of the fee at any of the branches of the State Bank. However, candidates under the category of Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes of Odisha, and Persons with at least 40% of permanent disabilities are exempted from this specific fee. But, the persons with disabilities have to attach the disability certificate along with the application form.

What are the books that you can follow for the Odisha Judiciary Service Examination?

There is a wide range of books that you can study for the Odisha Judiciary Service Examination. With the aid of some of the books, you can appear for the exam with more confidence. You can follow the Odisha Judicial Services (preliminary) Examination by Showick Thorpe, Universal's Guide to Judicial Service Examination by Gupta Vinay, all the bare act books, etc.

What are the main types of identity proof that are allowed?

Indeed, identity proof is the most important thing to carry with you when appearing at the examination centre. If one does not have that or their Chhattisgarh Civil Judge Admit Card in hard-copy form, they cannot sit for the examination. The accepted identity forms are the 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. Keep a note that the last three options must have your recent photograph attached. 

Is carrying a digital copy of the Admit Card allowed in the examination hall?

No, carrying a digital copy of the admit card is usually not allowed inside the examination hall. A candidate has to show the hard copy version of the admit card to gain entry. Thus, it is important that you download the admit card for the exam for . You are not allowed to enter with any kind of digital device during the examination. If caught with one, you would not get the chance to sit for the examination and will face automatic disqualification. 

What is the best way to prepare for Chhattisgarh judiciary 2020?

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. 

How to fill up the online form of the Gujarat High court Civil Judge examination 2020?

Interested candidates can apply for this examination by filling out the application form as per the commencement date. The proper method for applying in this examination can be found on the official website of the Gujarat High Court. In this website, different sections are seen, among them, you need to click on the ‘Current Opening’ option. Then search for the notification of this exam and click on it. Eligibility criteria for the exam are given in this section, you need to check with the conditions before filling out the form. Filling up the application form and cross-checking the information is needed and then candidates need to click on the ‘Submit’ button.

How to prepare for General Knowledge questions asked in Haryana judiciary civil Judge preliminary exam?

For the static GK use capsules available on the internet or any of Lucents or Arihant’s Gk books and for Current Affairs preparation, reading the newspapers regularly is sufficient.

Can I submit my West Bengal Judicial Service Examination Form through online mode?

Yes, the application process for West Bengal Judicial Service is conducted only in online mode and aspirants can submit the form only through online mode from the official website.

Is Civil Judge exam for MP tough?

The exam has been of medium difficulty level over the past years. The level of the examination (both Prelims and Mains) shall vary this year.

When will the MP Judiciary Exam Notification be released?

MP Judiciary Notification 2020 has been released in September 2020 and tentatively, it should be held in December 2020.

Is there any official AP Judiciary Exam Schedule announced for Civil Judge Recruitment?

There isn't any official announcement on the exam schedule for AP Judiciary. The notification might be released in September 2020.

What is the total number of vacancies released under Telangana Judiciary?

A total of 87 vacancies have been released under Telangana Judiciary Exam. 

What is the Eligibility criteria for Telangana Judiciary Recruitment 2020?

Candidates having a degree in Law and aged below 40 years can apply for Telangana Judiciary recruitment. 

How many vacancies are released for Maharashtra Judiciary?

In 2020, a total of 74 vacancies were released for Maharashtra Judiciary Exam. 

What is the salary of a civil Judge in Maharashtra Judiciary?

The salary of a Maharashtra Civil Judge ranges between Rs. 27,700 – 44,770/- Per Month. 

What are the details I have to provide at the time of checking AP High Court District Judge Eligibility List?

To get the AP High Court District Judge Eligibility List Candidates must enter details of the application (User Name, Pass Word, Date Of Birth) which are the key to open their Eligibility List.

What is the main function of the Judiciary in India?

The main function of the Judiciary of India is preventing any kind of infringement of law. If there should be an occurrence of violation of law, a suit is documented against the offender. The judge hears the two sides and chooses whether there has been a violation of the law. In case of infringement of law, the judiciary provides justice by punishing the offender.