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Judicial Services

It is also known as PCS (J) which is a qualifying examination for law aspirants conducted by the High court of Delhi. The participant shall be appointed by the state government to serve as a subordinate judiciary. The selection is totally dependent on the performance in exam. The individual with an interest in civil service or state council's, for them Judiciary is the best option. More importantly, it is not only a part to directly linked with the law through a professional touch but also where you upstand for the well fare of society & work for them. Under the supervision of each high court, there is a state(s) subordinate judiciary member with the jurisdiction. The member of PCS (J)-Provincial needs to go through the various phases for District Judge post. The job for judicial service includes alluring benefits & privileges such as handsome salary, house rent allowance (HRA), travel charges, child education allowance and other bills. The remuneration for 6th pay commission is much better as compared to other civil service officers. Not only this but almost all judicial officers have positions in district offices and never function in remote places.It includes following subjects:
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Indian Constitution
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Indian Contract Act
  • Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Hindu Laws
  • Mohammedan Law
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • Partnership Ac
  • Sales of Goods Act

Judicial Services Examination– Eligibility Criteria

Lower Judiciary Services– The eligibility criteria for appearing in Judicial Services Examination is a degree in LL.B and he/she has enrolled or qualified to be enrolled as an advocate under the Advocates’ Act 1961. No experience is required and final year candidates can also appear. The age limit varies according to the state. it is usually between 21 to 35 years.
Higher Judiciary Services– Candidates must be graduates in law and have a minimum number of years of litigating practice; usually seven years.

Judicial Services Examination– Structure of the exam

Preliminary Examination– The preliminary examination serves as a screening for mains exam. It comprises objective type questions. The marks secured in the preliminary examination are not counted for the final selection. The percentages of qualifying marks vary as per state. The minimum qualifying marks in the preliminary examination is 60 percent for general and 55 percent for reserved categories
Mains Examination– The mains examination is subjective type. The exam comprises three to four papers. The marks secured by candidates are counted for the final selection. Candidates equal to three times the number of vacancies are called for viva-voce.
Viva-Voce/Personal Interview–This is the final stage of selection where candidates are assessed on general interest, personality and intelligence among other factors.

Judicial Services Examination– Syllabus

The syllabus varies across states. It is broadly divided into Civil law, Criminal Law and Language paper. The weight given to the language paper is around 20 percent to 35 percent. The mains examination constitutes six to seven papers and almost 70 percent of the questions are of law.

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