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Important tips and subject for judicial services

The judicial services have two entry levels. The first is for fresh
graduates through an entrance exam conducted by the respective state public
service commission’s (UP, MP, Rajasthan etc.) or the High Court.

The pattern of conducting an examination for Judicial Service Examination is
approximately same for all the states. There can be minor change in the
syllabus. The Aspirants for judicial examination are expected to keep in
mind the following things when they start their preparation:

1. The aspirant may start their preparation with bare acts.

2. While going through bare acts , pay special attention to defination, section , order and rules , essential ingredient, illustration , explanation , examples and schedule. As the pre examination objective is of objective nature and the aspirant are expected to have a good command.

3. Try to make knowledge base for all the topics rather mugging up selected
question.

4. The Leading case laws make a substantial portion from questions which are
frequently asked in exam. I suggest you to subscribe a legal magazine for
this.

5. Most of the judicial exams contain a seprate paper for general knowledge.
You are expected to have good knowledge on the following topics :

 

Delhi Judicial Service Civil Judge

A. History of India
B. Geography of India
C. Indian Polity
D. Current National Issue
E. Indian Economy
F. International Organisation and Treaties

The state public service or Hon’ble High court whoever is conducting the examination may include the following topics for law paper in prelims: 

  • A. Jurisprudence
  • B. International Organization
  • C. Current International Affairs
  • D. Indian Constitution
  • E. Transfer of Property
  • F. Indian Evidence Act
  • G. Indian Penal Code
  • H. Civil Procedure Code
  • I . Criminal Procedure Code
  • j. Law of Contract
  • k. Local Acts
  • L. Partnership Act
  • M. Principle governing arbitration law
  • N. Specific Relief
  • O. Limitation Act
  • P. Law of Succession