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Judicial Services Examination also known as the PCS (J)-Provincial Civil Service-Judicial Examinations are entry-level exams for fresh law graduates to be subordinate judiciary members. The Indian government (state) under the terms of the respective high courts appoints members of the lower judiciary decided on the basis of judiciary competitive examination.
Lower Judiciary Services– Candidates eligible for appearing in Judicial Services Examination should possess a degree in LL.B and he/she should have been enrolled or qualified to be enrolled as an advocate under the Advocates’ Act 1961. No prior experience is needed and final year students can also appear. The age limit depends according to the state. General age limit 21 - 35 years.
Higher Judiciary Services– Aspirants must be law graduates with 7 years as a minimum number of years of litigating practice in the Indian Judiciary.
Judicial Service Examination is conducted in 3 phases/rounds namely Preliminary Examination, Mains, and Interview.
Preliminary Examination– The preliminary examination is a screening for the mains exam. It consists of objective-type questions. The marks secured in the preliminary examination are not included for the final selection of the candidate. The percentages of qualifying marks vary as per state every year. Generally, The minimum qualifying marks in the preliminary examination is 60% (General Category) and 55%( Reserved Categories)
Mains Examination –The main examination comprises subjective-type questions. The examination includes 3-4 papers. The marks obtained by candidates are counted for the final selection of the exam. Qualified aspirants are called for the interview round of the competitive exam.
Personal Interview – PI is the last stage of exam selection where aspirants are tested on current affairs, personality, aptitude, logic among other factors.
The syllabus changes across states. Civil law, Criminal Law and Language paper are three types. The weightage of the Language exam is 20 % to 35 %The main examination comprises of six to seven papers and 70% questions are from law subject.
Aspirants must prepare a plan of action and implement the same effectively. Besides knowledge of the subject, one must also be thorough with current affairs. Aspirants should analyze the syllabus and then plan their preparation. Reading newspapers and magazines is a mandate if one wants to excel in the examination.
The designation of a judge is the most valuable Indian legal system. Aspirants selected through Judicial Services Exam has secure and comfortable tenure. A career in judicial services has two levels. First is the lower judicial service for fresh graduates selected through an entrance exam conducted by the respective State Public Service Commission (UP, MP, Rajasthan etc) or the high court ( located in Delhi). The second level is Higher Judicial Services for practicing lawyers. The selected applicants get posted as Additional District Judges, which and their promotion is faster.
Aspirants appointed as Civil Judge (junior division) enjoys the powers of Judicial Magistrate (Second Class) and those promoted to Chief Judicial Magistrate have the powers of Judicial Magistrate (First Class). Aspirants appointed as Additional District and Session Judge are posted to High Court and sometimes in Supreme Court.
Judicial service is a great option for aspirants who aim to serve the public and the Indian government with high social responsibility. It offers a great salary package, recognition, and a secure future.
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