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All India Judicial Service Exam 2020. Upcoming Judicial Service Exam 2020 Notification. Find Judicial Service Exam Eligibility with Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020 PDF. 

All India Judicial Services exam 2020 Notification:- Candidates who are preparing for Upcoming Judicial Services exam 2020. The Exam for Judicial Services is conducted by a state judicial branch for recruitment to subordinate judicial services. You can get here Judicial Service Exam Eligibility Details. Our blog Experts are providing for you here Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020 & Exam Pattern Details also. You can check here Court Vacancy in Indian Courts.

Law Graduates of Chhattisgarh can check here for CG Judicial Service Exam Updates on this page → Chhattisgarh Judaical Service Exam 2020 

The Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020 focuses on current events of national and international importance, Indian legal and constitutional history and governance, analytical skills and aptitude. A candidate who are Bachelor of Laws degree is eligible for All Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020. Here, you can find every new & Latest information for Upcoming Judicial Service Exam Syllabus for the year of 2020-21.

Law Students of Assam can check here for Assam Judicial Service Exam Updates on this page → Assam Judaical Service Exam 2020 

Upcoming All India Judicial Service Exam 2020 Date: Judicial Service Exam Eligibility, Exam Syllabus & Pattern

State Judicial Service Exam: -A career & Job in the judiciary is a good option for candidates who are law graduates. Those candidates who are inclined towards public service and have faith in the system of justice. The hierarchy of the judicial system in India is as follows- the Supreme Court at the top followed by the High Courts of each State, followed by the District Courts. The Below Table is given as per Upcoming Event through State & All India Judicial Service Exam 2020.

Law Students who are preparing for of Bihar Judicial Service Exam can check for upcoming Updates on this page → Bihar Judaical Service Exam 2020 

Judicial Service Exam Eligibility Criteria

Candidates who want to know the Judicial Service Exam Eligibility can follow the eligibility Criteria for Upcoming Judicial Service Examination. Only Indian citizens are eligible to apply for the Judicial Services Exam.

Services Educational Qualifications Experience Age 
Lower Judiciary Services Candidates who have A degree in LL.B and enrollment as an advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961. No experience required.  Candidates age should be between 21 to 35 years.
Higher Judiciary Services Candidates who have A degree in LL.B are eligible A minimum of seven years of experience in litigation. Candidates age should be between 21 to 35 years.

Upcoming State Judicial Service Exam 2020 : Event List

The Judicial Service Examination, popularly known as PCS (J) -Private Civil Service-Judicial Examination is an entry-level test for a law graduate to become a member of the subordinate judiciary. These examinations are hired by the state judicial department for subordinate judicial services.
Law Students who are preparing for of Goa Judicial Service Exam can check for upcoming Updates on this page → Goa Judaical Service Exam 2020 
The Judicial Service Exam focuses on Indian legal and constitutional governance and history, the current development of national and international interest, and the analytical qualifications and skills of the candidate Around 50,000 to 60,000 candidates appear for Judicial Service Exam with only 15-20% clearing per year
Exam Organization Eligibility Application Last Date

19 Vacancy

Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam 2020 Degree in Law  21/01/2020

District Judge – 32 Posts

Madras High Court Degree in Law 08-01-2020

45 Vacancy 

Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2019 Degree in Law 22-09- 2019

32 vacancy Civil Judge

CGPSC Civil Judge Recruitment Vacancy Bachelor of Law 02-April-2020

Civil Judge – 176 Posts

Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission (TNPSC) Degree in Law 09-10-2019

Civil Judge – 190 Posts

Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) Graduation Degree 08-07-2019

Personal Assistant – 131 Posts

High Court of Patna Graduation Degree 11-06-2019

Civil Judge – 30 Posts

Uttrakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) Graduation Degree in Law 17-01-2019

Civil Judge – 124 Posts

High Court of Gujarat Graduation Degree in Law 01-03-2019

Civil Judge (Junior Division) – 107 Posts

Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) Graduation Degree in Law Update soon

Judicial Services – 147 Posts

High Court of Delhi Bachelor’s Degree in Law Update soon

Civil Judge – 140 Posts

Madhya Pradesh High Court Bachelor’s Degree in Law Update soon

Civil Judge – 42 Posts

Jammu & Kashmir Public Service Commission (JKPSC) Bachelor’s Degree in Law Update soon

 

Previous Judicial Service Exam Notification

  • Chhattisgarh Civil Judge (Entry Level) Exam 2020, Recruitment Notification 
  • West Bengal Judicial Service Exam 2020 Recruitment Notification
  • UP Judiciary, UPHJS (Main) Examination Results declared
  • UP Judiciary, UPHJS Exam, Interview Date announced
  • West Bengal Legal Service Exam, announces Schedule of Examination
  • UP Judicial Service, Allahabad High Court, Special Judicial Magistrate/ Special Metropolitan Magistrate Recruitment
  • Gujarat High Court Recruitment of Civil Judges, online submission starting from Feb 1st ending on March 1st
  • Bihar District 9th Limited Competitive Examination for Higher Judicial Services; check out
  • Bihar District Judge (Entry Level), Direct from Bar- 2020, Recruitment Notification
  • Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Exam 2020 | Recruitment Notification
  • Result of UPPCS(J) Pre Exam | U.P. Judicial Service Civil Judge (J.D.) Pre Exam 
  • Schedule for U.P. Judicial Service Civil Judge (J.D.) Main Exam 
  • Admit Cards of Preliminary Examination of Direct Recruitment to U.P. Higher Judicial Service, 
  • UP Higher Judicial Service Preliminary Examination, 
  • Vacancy for the appointment of the SJM/ SMM , Allahabad High Court
  • H.P. JUDICIAL SERVICE COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION- 2017
  • Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination, 2017
  • Gujarat Judicial Service, District Judge Cadre Exam,2018
  • MP High Court Recruitment, 2018 for 28 District Judges through Higher Judicial Service Exam
  • Gujarat High Court Recruitment, 2018 – For 75 Civil Judges Post
  • High Court of Uttarakhand Recruitment 2018- For 06 Additional District and Sessions Judges Post
  • Karnataka Judicial Service, Civil Judge Cadre Exam, 2018
  • H.P. Judicial Service Competitive Exam, 2017
  • Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination, 2017
  • Delhi Judicial Service Examination, 2017
  • Uttar Pradesh Higher Judicial Service Main (Written) Exam ( Direct Recruitment) 2016
  • UP Judicial Service Civil Judge Examination, 2016 Notification
  • Madhya Pradesh Higher Judicial Service (Entry Level) Examination (Direct Recruitment from Bar), 2016
  • Chhattisgarh Civil Judge (Entry Level) Exam, 2015 | Recruitment Notification
  • Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination, 2016
  • Rajasthan Judicial Service, Civil Judge Cadre, 2016
  • Judicial Members in the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT), 2016
  • U.P. Judicial Service Civil Judge (J.D.) Main Exam 2015, Schedule
  • DJSE 2015 | Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2015 | Recruitment Notification
  • Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Class-2 (Entry Level) Exam 2015 | Recruitment Notification
  • Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Exam 2015 | Recruitment Notification
  • Public Service Commissions Portals
  • High Courts Portals
  • Result | HCS (Judicial Branch) Pre Exam 2014
  • Jharkhand Civil Judge (Junior Division) Exam 2014, Final Result
  • Tripura Judicial Service Grade-I Exam 2014, Final Result
  • Rajasthan District Judge Cadre Exam 2015, Rajasthan Higher Judicial Service Exam 2015, Recruitment Notification
  • Bihar District Judge (Entry Level) Preliminary Exam 2015, Result
  • Chhattisgarh Civil Judge (Entry Level) Examination 2014, Final Result
  • Rajasthan District Judge Cadre Exam 2015, Rajasthan Higher Judicial Service Exam 2015, Recruitment Notification
  • Rajasthan Civil Judge Cadre Exam 2015, Recruitment Notification, Rajasthan Judicial Service, RJS Exam 2015
  • Uttarakhand High Court (Nainital) Recruitment 2015, Additional District and Sessions Judges
  • Karnataka, Civil Judge Cadre Exam 2015, Recruitment Notification
  • West Bengal Judicial Service- 2015 (Direct Recruitment from Bar), List of eligible candidates for being appeared in the Written Examination for recruitment to the cadre of District Judge (Entry Level)
  • Punjab and Haryana High Court has declared the Re-revised result of the Preliminary Examination of Haryana Civil Service (Judicial Branch) Exam 2014
  • Punjab & Haryana High Court, result of Preliminary Examination of Punjab Civil Service (Judicial Branch) 2015


Selection Process with Judicial Services Exam Pattern

The Judicial Services Exam is conducted in the following three stages:

Judicial Services Preliminary Examination:

First stage of Judicial Services Exam consists of objective type questions and serves as a screening test for the mains examination. The marks scored in the preliminary examination are not considered while preparing the final merit list. The minimum qualifying marks may vary from state to state.

Judicial Services Mains Examination:

Second stage of Judicial Services Exam subjective type examination. It consists of three to four papers. The marks scored in the mains examination are considered while preparing the final merit list. The minimum qualifying marks may vary from state to state. Candidates equal to three times the number of vacancies are called for the interview.

Judicial Services Viva-Voce/ Personal Interview:

Last & Final Part of stage of Judicial Services Exam in which the candidate is evaluated on the basis of general knowledge, personality and other factors. This stage carries 50 marks out of which the candidate needs to secure a minimum of 20 marks to get selected.

Judicial Services Exam Syllabus 2020 for preliminary examination

The preliminary examination generally consists of questions from the following subjects:

  • 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

Syllabus for the Judicial Services Main examination 2020

The syllabus for the Judicial Services Main examination of Judiciary also varies according to each state. The patterns are as follows:

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

Paper I (To test English; 100 marks, 2 hours):  Essay, precise writing, Grammar

Paper II ( To test General Knowledge; 100 marks,2 hours): Objective test, Aptitude Test

Paper III (Law; 100marks, 2 hours): Transfer of Property, Civil procedure code, Indian Contract Act, Constitution of India

Paper IV (Law; 100 marks, 2 hours): Indian Penal Code, CrPC, Law of Torts, Indian Evidence Act

  • Bihar Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Part I: Compulsory Paper- General knowledge including current affairs (150 marks), Elementary Science (100marks), General Hindi (100 marks ), General English(100 marks ), Law of evidence and procedure( 150 marks)

Hindi and English are compulsory papers but only qualifying in nature which requires only 30 marks out of 100

Part II: Optional paper(150 marks each)- Constitutional Law of India and England(, Hindu and Muslim Law, Transfer of property, Principles of Equity, Law of trusts and Specific Relief Act, Law of Contract and Torts, Commercial law

Framing of issues and writing of judgment in Civil Cases (40 marks)

Framing of charges and writing of judgment in Criminal Cases (40marks)

Translation: English to Hindi (10marks), Hindi to English(10marks)

  • Delhi Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: General Knowledge and Language (250 marks) – Current affairs, Essay, Translation, and precise writing

Paper II: Civil Law I( 200 marks)- Indian Contract Act, Indian Sale of Goods Act, Indian Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act, Hindu Law, Muslim Law, Delhi Rent control Act and Law of Torts

Paper III: Civil law II (200 marks)- Civil Procedure Code, Law of evidence, Law of Limitation and Law of Registration

Paper III: Criminal Law (200 marks) -Criminal Procedure Code, Indian penal code and Indian Evidence Act

  • Goa Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: The Indian Contract act, 1872, The Specific Relief Act, 1963, The Limitation Act, 1963, Sales of Goods Act, 1930, Indian Partnership Act, 1932, The Code of Civil Procedure Code, 1908, Transfer of Property Act, 1882, The Easement Act,1882, Family Laws in Goa , Land Laws in Goa

Paper II: The code of Criminal procedure Code, 1973, The Indian Penal Code, 1860 The Evidence Act,1872, The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, Essay on Current Legal Topics

  • Haryana and Punjab Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Civil Law I( 200 marks)-Code of Civil procedure, Punjab Courts Act, Indian Contract Act, Indian Sale of Goods Act, Indian Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act

Paper II: Civil Law II (200 marks)- Hindu Law, Muslim Law and Customary Law, Law of Registration and Limitation

Paper III: Criminal Law (200 marks)- Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal procedure, Indian Evidence Act

Paper IV:  English- Essay (25 marks), Words and phrases (25 marks), Comprehension (25 marks), Corrections (25 marks)

Paper V: Language- Hindi in Devanagari Script (100/150 marks)

  • Himachal Pradesh Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Civil Law I( 200 marks)-Code of Civil procedure, Indian Stamp Act, Indian Evidence Act, Himachal Pradesh Courts Act, Specific Relief Act

Paper II: Civil Law II (200 marks)- Indian Contract Act, Hindu Law, Transfer of Property Act, Himachal Pradesh Urban Rent Control Act, Indian Limitation Act

Paper III: Criminal Law (200 marks)- Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal procedure, Chapter XVII of  Negotiable Instruments Act, HP Excise Act, Wildlife Protection Act, Indian Forest Act

Paper IV:  English Composition (200 marks)

Paper V: Language (100 marks)

  • Jharkhand Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure Code, 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 Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Translation Paper (100 marks) – Depositions, Judgments, and Documents

Paper II: Law paper I (100 marks) – Civil procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Evidence Act, Principles of Pleading and Indian Constitution

Paper III: Law paper II (100 marks) – Framing of issues and writing judgments in civil cases

Paper IV: Law paper III (100 marks)-Framing of charges and writing judgments in criminal cases

  • Kerala Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

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, Specific Relief Act, Easements Act, Kerala Building Act, Hindu Succession Act, Indian Succession Act, Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, Kerala Court Fees and Suits Valuation Act, Kerala Stamp Act, Legal Services Authorities act, The Kerala Panchayatha Raj Act, Kerala Municipality Act, Negotiable Instruments Act and Registration Act

Paper III- Indian Penal Code, Indian Evidence Act, Abkari Act, Negotiable Instruments Act, the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, Juvenile Justice Act, Kerala Police Act, Probation of Offenders Act, Forest Act, NDPS Act

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: Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Civil Law and procedure

Paper II: Criminal law and procedure

Paper III: Writing Skill, Court Practice, Translation, and Current Legal Knowledge

Paper V: Judgment writing

  • Odisha Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: General English

Paper II: Procedural laws- Civil procedure code, Criminal procedure code, Indian Evidence Act

Paper III: Optional papers- Law of Crime and Law of torts, Hindu and Muslim Law, Law of property, Law of Contract, Jurisprudence, and Constitution of India

  • Rajasthan Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

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 Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Procedural law, Local law, Indian evidence Act, Limitation Act

Paper II: Hindu Law, Contract law, Sales of goods act, Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act, General Clauses Act, transfer of property Act, Indian Penal Code, Constitutional law

  • Uttarakhand Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020 

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 Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: General knowledge- History of India and Indian Culture, Geography of India, Indian Polity, Indian economy, international affairs

Paper II: Law- Jurisprudence, International Organizations, Indian constitution, Transfer of property, Indian Evidence Act, Code of criminal procedure, Code of Civil procedure, Contract laws

  • West Bengal Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2020

Paper I: Compulsory papers- English composition, Bengali, general knowledge, Civil law, Criminal law, Contract law, Transfer of Property Act.

Paper II: Optional papers- Hindu law, Muslim law, Jurisprudence and principles of legislation, Laws relating to companies and insurance, Law of trusts and Specific relief, Partnership Act, Law of limitation, Constitutional law.

 

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