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CIVIL JUDGE

The judiciary is one of the most important pillars of the Indian democratic system. From past few decades, we have observed that the judiciary has not only fulfilled its responsibilities, but also compelled legislature and executive to be on the right track. The judiciary and judges are honored and celebrated in India. It is a deal of pride and privilege to serve as a judge. Every student of law, dreams to serve the judiciary. Due to partial/inadequate guidance, these young aspirants are left behind. We have established this institute to provide appropriate guidance, state of the art infrastructure and a scholarly environment for candidates to accomplish their dreams.

With each passing year the number of applications for judicial services increases. Depending on the competition your chances of being appointed may be as low as 1 in 10 or more. Similar challenges exist for those applying for other judicial services like ADA etc.

Whether you are applying for a judicial service appointment, ADA, LLB or CLAT, we will increase your chances of success.

We will help you understand precisely what is being required of you by Judicial Selection Panel and assist you in developing and polishing your application form, exam, role play, and interview skills.

Our Tailored Made Service Includes:

  • Discussion of your application form
  • Interview coaching including a challenging video recorded mock interviews
  • Advice on Role Plays
  • Advanced interview confidence building techniques
  • After hours coaching

The Indian Judiciary administers a common law system in which customs, precedents and legislation, all codify the law of the land. It has in fact, inherited the legacy of the legal system established by then the colonial powers and the princely states since the mid-19th century, and has partly retained characteristics of practices from the ancient and medieval times.


There are various levels of judiciary in India – different types of courts, each with varying powers depending on the tier and jurisdiction bestowed upon them. They form a strict hierarchy of precedence, in line with the order of the courts in which they sit, with the Supreme Court of India at the top, followed by High Courts of respective states with district judges sitting in District Courts and Magistrates of Second Class and Civil Judge (Junior Division) at the bottom. Well the Indian Judiciary in order to make judiciary more expendable the judicial officer also deputed to various departments or ministries other than field (court) work, where the judicial power extended. The possible reason for deputation might be it help - i. the judicial officer to share and extend their legal knowledge in order to established better justice system ii. reduces the unnecessary / petty case burden from the courts. iii. the High Court & Supreme Court can easily review the working of various department

Our Faculties
  • Mr.Rishi Bhosle

    HOD English Medium
    Indian Constitution and Public Administration
    Faced UPSC and MPPSC interview .
    Masters in Public Administration.NET-JRF (Public Administration) Qualified.
    8 Years of teaching experience.

  • Mr Sameer Gandhe

    History.
    Appeared in UPSC Prelims,Mains and Interview in very first attempt
    MA in History
    Former Network Engineer at HCL Technologies

  • Mr.Shanky Kothari

    Indian Economy.
    UPSC Interview-2015
    Former Software Engineer at Infosys Technologies

  • Mr Sorabh Yadav

    Madhya Pradesh GK and Social Issues
    Faced MPPSC Interview & Mains 2015-2018
    Graduate in Mechanical Engineering

  • Mr.Apoorv Sharma

    Geography And Environment-Ecology.
    B.E. (RGTU) & MBA (Symbiosis).
    Former Project Manager in Raymond, Welspun & CIEL Group(Mauritius)

  • Mr.Govind Nema

    Political Science and International Relations
    Faced UPSC interview thrice
    Software Engineer from NIT,Bhopal

  • Mr.Vishal Sakpal

    Science Technology and Current Affairs
    MSc Chemistry

  • Mr.Nihar Ranjan

    Science and Technology
    MSc.Biotechnology ,
    Research Scholar at IITR Lucknow.
    BSC from AMITY University

  • Dr.Vikas Sharma

    Geography and Disaster Management.
    Doctor by profession.MBBS from MGM Medical College,Indore.

  • Ms.Kratika Kabra

    Indian Economy
    Company Secretary by Profession
    BCom, MCom, Hindu College, Delhi University

  • Mr Sukanto Bhowmik

    Expertise in CSAT.
    10 Years of teaching experience.
    Electrical Engineer

  • Mr.Upendra Rajawat

    Expertise in Language paper-Hindi
    Master of Arts in Hindi

  • Mr.Vikas Oad

    Indian History And Arts-Culture

  • Mr.Saurabh Yadav

    Expertise in Geography
    Engineer by Profession

  • Mr Vikas Singh

    Governance, Internal Security.
    Engineer from Vellore Institute of Technology
    UPSC Interview 2015,2016

  • Mr.Yash dubey

    Public Administration Optional
    Engineer by profession

Current Affairs and News Paper
Features:
  • Classes will be held five days a week one hour daily.
  • Complex current affairs issues will be simplified for your understanding, with audio visual and power point presentations.
  • 360 degree view of current affairs issues.
  • Will make you learn how to identify important news from examination point of view.
  • Intensive analysis of newspaper on a daily basis.
  • Will help you identify important facts and analysis from newspaper articles.
  • Special focus on editorials and its explanations
  • Complimentary online current affairs reading material.
  • Target Judicial Service
    Features:
  • Learn the art of writing good answers.
  • Topical answer writing for all Mains GS papers.
  • Focus on writing prompt introductions, appealing conclusions and ‘to the point’ body of answer.
  • In-class answer writing practise and prompt checking of answers with comments by faculty for continuous improvement.
  • Model answers for questions will be provided.
  • Scientific strategy for essay writing and model essays on various topics.
  • Complimentary online content will be provided.
  • Target IAS 2020
    Yearly Schedule
    Month
    1 hour
    1 hour
    1 hour
    1 hour
    1 hour
  • June
  • Economy Polity Current Affairs NA NA
  • July
  • Economy Economy Polity Polity Current Affairs
  • August
  • Economy Economy Polity Polity + Governance Current Affairs
  • September
  • Geography Geography History History Current Affairs
  • October
  • Geography Geography History History Current Affairs[Self Study]
  • November
  • Optional Optional Environment and DM Ethics Mains Answer Writing
  • December
  • Optional Optional Science/ Ethics Mains Answer Writing
  • January
  • Optional Optional Arts Culture "Social Issues AND National Security " Subject-wise Tests And Discussion
  • February
  • Optional Optional CSAT IR Subject-wise Tests And Discussion
  • March
  • "Economic Survey AND India Year Book" Current Affairs Self Study Self Study Subject-wise Tests And Discussion
  • April
  • "Full Length Prelims Test Series " "Full Length Prelims Test Series " Test Discussion Test Discussion Self Study
  • May
  • Self Study Self Study Self Study Self Study Self Study
  • June
  • UPSC Prelims NA NA NA NA

    Note: For any academic query , call 9111321212,9165475465
    UPSC (IAS/IPS) Prelims 2020-TEST SERIES
  • 24 tests total on UPSC Prelims Pattern. 14 sectional Test and 5 Full-Length Test
  • Test Series is available in online and offline mode
  • For all tests, detailed explanatory solution will be provided
  • Tests will be conduct on Saturdays and short discussion with doubt clearification will be held on following Mondays.
  • Marks and Rankings of candidates will be uploaded on our online plateforms within seven days of test
  • (Limited Seats) for Test Series and Admission
    Contacts-+91 9111321212, 9111010991, 9425068121

    MP High Court Syllabus & Exam Pattern for Prelims and Mains Examinations 2019 is updated below. Looking for MP High Court Syllabus for District Judge Grade-II Vacancies. Then you are in the right place, where you can find the Updated MP High Court Civil Judge Syllabus. Also, have a look at MPHC Civil Judge Recruitment 2019 vacancy and Exam date details. Moreover, candidates can also get to know the MPHC Civil Judge Syllabus for Class 2 Exams in the below section. Get the Detailed MP High Court Mains Syllabus and MPHC Civil Judge Prelims Pattern here for your reference. Applicants can also download the MP High Court Syllabus pdf 2019 free.

    MP High Court District Judge Exam 2019 – Overview
    DescriptionDetails
    Post Name District Judge (Entry Level)
    No of Vacancies150
    CategorySyllabus
    Prelims Exam Date22nd February 2019
    Mains Exam Date07th & 08th September 2019
    Official Websitemphc.gov.in

    Selection Process:
    • Prelims Examination
    • Main Examination
    • Interview
    MP Civil Judge Exam Pattern 2019
    SubjectNo of QuestionsMarksConstitution of India1010Civil Procedure Code1515Transfer of Property Act77Indian Contract Act88Specific Relief Act66Limitation Act44M.P. Accommodation Control Act55MP Land Revenue Code55Indian Rules of Evidence1515Indian Penal Code1515Panel Procedure Code1515Negotiable Instrument Act55General Knowledge2020Computer Awareness1010English Awareness1010Total150150
    • It will consist of Objective Type Questions
    • The total duration of the examination is 120 Minutes i.e. 2 Hours
    • There will be no negative marking
    PaperSubjectsMarksDuration
    1Civil Laws and Procedure1003 Hrs
    2Writing Skill & Current Legal Knowledge1003 Hrs
    3Criminal Laws and Procedure1003 Hrs
    4Judgment writing etc.1003 Hrs
    Total400

    • Mains Exam is of Descriptive Type.
    • The Exam is having 4 Papers.
    • Each Paper carries 100 Marks.
    • Time Duration for each paper is 3 Hrs.
    MPHC Civil Judge Exam Pattern 2019 – Paper 1
    S.NoSubjectsMaximum Marks
    1.Constitution of India22
    2.Civil Procedure Code, 190822
    3.Transfer of Property Act, 188216
    4.Indian Contract Act, 187216
    5.Specific Relief Act, 1963 (Chapter I, II & VI to VIII)08
    6.Limitation Act, 1963 (Part II & III)08
    7.Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (Sections – 5, 9, 10, 13A, 13B, 24 to 27)08

    Madhya Pradesh High Court Judge Exam Pattern – Paper 2
    S.NoSubjectsMaximum Marks
    1.Article on Legal Topic (in Hindi)20
    2.Summary Writing (in English)20
    3.Knowledge of Current Leading Cases30
    4.Translation (Hindi to English & Vice versa)30

    MP High Court Civil Judge Senior Division Exam Pattern – Paper 3
    S.NoSubjectsMaximum Marks
    1.Indian Penal Code, 186024
    2.Criminal Procedure Code, 197324
    3.Evidence Act, 187224
    4.Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881 (Sections – 138 to 147)14
    5.S.C. & S.T. (Prevention of Atrocity) Act, 1989 (Sections – 2 to 8, 14 & 18)14

    High Court of Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Test Pattern – Paper 4
    S.NoSubjectsMaximum Marks
    1.Settlement of Issues10
    2.Framing of Charges10
    3.Judgment Writing (Civil)40
    4.Judgment Writing (Criminal)40
    MPHC District Judge Prelims Syllabus
    MP High Court Syllabus – General Knowledge
    • Current Affairs – National & International.
    • Indian Geography.
    • Culture & Heritage.
    • Indian Polity.
    • History – India & World.
    • Indian Constitution.
    • Geography – MP.
    • Environmental Issues
    • Indian Economy.
    • Science & Technology etc.

    Civil Judge MP Syllabus – Computer Knowledge

    • Fundamentals of Computer.
    • MS PowerPoint.
    • MS Word.
    • Operating Systems.
    • Latest computer hardware details.
    • MS Office.
    • MS Excel.
    • The Internet and its usage.
    • MS Windows OS history and details etc.

    MP Civil Judge Syllabus Pdf – English

    • Grammar
    • Synonyms, Antonyms.
    • Comprehension.
    • Transformation of Sentences.
    • Direct & Indirect Speech.
    • Vocabulary.
    • One Word Substitution.
    • Active & Passive Voice.
    • Fill in the Blanks.
    • Idioms & Phrases.
    • Tenses etc.

    MP Civil Judge Mains Syllabus 2019

    Paper I Syllabus

    • Transfer of Property Act, 1882.
    • Civil Procedure Code, 1908.
    • Specific Relief Act, 1963.
    • Indian Contract Act, 1872.
    • Constitution of India.
    • Limitation Act, 1963.

    Mains Paper II Syllabus

    • Article on Social Issues.
    • Article on Law.
    • Writing Summarization.
    • Translate Hindi to English.
    • Translate English to Hindi.
    Paper III Syllabus for Civil Judge Mains Exam
    • MP. Area Control Act, 1961.
    • Negotiable Instrument Act, 1881.
    • Indian Penal Code, 1861.
    • Criminal Procedure Code, 1973.
    • The Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
    • MP. Land Revenue Act, 1959.
    MPHC Civil Judge Mains Exam Paper IV Syllabus
    • Rivalry Stabilization.
    • Decision / Order (Civil) writing (CJ-II).
    • Fabrication of charges.
    • Decision / Order (Foreclosure) writing (JMFC).

    Below is the table of Judicial position of Judicial officers hold when posted in the Court (field) work and when posted on deputation.

    Rank Court Post Deputation Post Cadre Service
    1 Chief Justice of India No deputation post for S.C. & H.C. Judges Justice Cadre Justice Grade
    2 Justice of the Supreme Court
    3 Chief Justice of the High Court
    4 Justice of the High Court
    5
    • Secretary General of Supreme Court of India
    • Registrar General / Registrar of High Courts & Apex Court
    • Chairman of Various Tribunals
    • Secretary Lokayukta
    • Member Secretary / Principal Secretary State Legal Service Authority
    • Director of Judicial Academies
    • Principal Secretary-cum-Legal Remembrancer to Law Department of States [3] [4]
    • Principal / Chief Secretary to State Legislative Assemblies [5]
    District Judge (Entry level - Selection Grade - Super time Scale) Superior / Higher Judicial Service(+)
    6
    • Additional District & Session Judge
    • Special Judge (like CBI, NI Act, POSCO Act, etc)
    • Additional Director of Judicial Academy
    • Additional Registrar of High Courts
    • O.S.D. or legal advisor to Governor of States
    • Joint Secretary State Legal Service Authority
    • Joint Secretary / Additional Legal Remembrancer-Cum-First Appellate Authority to Law Department of states
    7
    • Deputy Director of Judicial Academy
    • Joint Resgistrar at High Court
    • Law Officer at State Government
    • O.S.D. to High Courts
    • Deputy Secretary at Law department
    Civil Judge (Senior Division) Subordinate Judicial Service
    8
    • Assistant Director of Judicial Academy
    • Assistant Registrar at High Court
    • (Chief)Administrative Officer at Judicial Academy
    • Under Secretary at Law department
    Civil Judge (Junior Division)
    9 Judicial Magistrate 2nd Class
    • Assistant Secretary
    (Entry / Probationary / Training) level
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