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The Program covers complete Prelims course like CSAT, Current Affairs, Polity, General Knowledge, Cr.P.C. Act and many more.
Testing is an inevitable part of learning. It would help the aspirants to evaluate their progress.
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We understand the importance of the foundational base of knowledge; strengthening basics and enhancing advance study.
Good means lead to great ends. Focus will be on result oriented overall development of the candidate.
Frequently Asked Questions
Candidates who have finished their LL.B. Or a B.A.LL.B. degree may apply for the Civil Judge Examination carried out by different States.
For Madhya Pradesh domicile it is 21-35 yrs. (Relaxation of 3 years in upper age limit for SC/ST).
Below are the subjects common to almost all the State Judicial Services Exam:-
Indian Evidence Act
Civil Procedure Code
Constitution Of India
Indian Penal Code
Law of Arbitration
Criminal Procedure Code
Specific Relief Act
Indian Contract Act
Indian Partnership Act
Sales of Goods Act
Law of Torts
Transfer of Property Act
Hindu Marriage Act
Hindu Succession Act
Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act
Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act
The judicial services examination held in 3 successive stages:-
Viva-Voice or Personal Interview
A practicing lawyer can prepare for judicial examination. He can apply for lower judiciary and higher judiciary, in lower judiciary no minimum year of practice is required whereas for higher judiciary (seven years) of practice is required. There is no particular bar for practicing lawyers to appear in judicial examinations.
There will be no negative marking.
Pre 100 marks
Mains 400 marks
PI 50 marks
Any student who have cleared his/her class 12 board examinations (any stream) from a recognized board is eligible for an Integrated Law course (5-year program).
There are some common examples of integrated law programs:-
B.Sc. (different specializations) L.L.B.