Judiciary Coaching Classes in Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi

For those of you with an inclination towards public service and/or the trappings of state authority, the judiciary can be a worthwhile option. Not only is it a way to remain closely connected with the law throughout your professional life, but also one that offers the satisfaction of working for the good of society-an intellectually stimulating profession where you shall command the respect of the common man.

There are two avenues open to become a member of the judiciary. The first and better-known one is to start a litigation practice and hope to get elevated to the bench. The other option is to participate in the competitive process for the judicial services.

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Course Duration

14 Months

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Class Duration

3 Hours

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Days (Weekly)

5 Days Weekly (Monday to Friday)

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Test

Saturday

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Demo Classes

3 Free Demo Classes

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Batch Size

25

 

 

 

Delhi  Judicial Service Examination

Minimum qualification: must possess LL.B degree from any recognized institution.

Age Limit: maximum not to be more than 32 years.

(For SC/ST- maximum age is 37)

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION.

Maximum marks 200.with 25% negative marking.

It test of your general knowledge and aptitude of the candidate,power of expression,flair in inglish,and objective type legal problems covering Constitution of India,CPC, Cr.PC. IPC, Contract act ,partnership act, Arbitration law, Evidence act,specific relief act and limitation act,etc.

Eligibility to Qualify for Main Examination

Minimum qualifying marks shall be 60% for general candidates and 55% for SC and ST candidates, for being selected in the main examination.

                                                                       

                                                            MAIN   EXAMINATION

`S.NO        Subject                                                                                         Max. Marks

1.        General Knowledge and Language                                                          250

2.        Civil Law-1                                                                                                200

3.        Civil Law-2                                                                                                200

4.        Criminal Law                                                                                             200

 

(1)  General Knowledge and Language: This paper shall comprise of two section.

Section1: language(Essay, Translation and précis writing)  150 marks

(2) Civil Law -1:  Indian contract Act, Indian sale of goods Act, Indian partnership Act, Specific Relife  Act, Hindu Law, muslim Law, Delhi Rent Contral Act,and Law of Torts. 200 marks

(3) Civil Law-2: Civil Procedure code, Law of Evidence, Law of Limitation and Law of Registration.  200 marks

  (4) Criminal Law: Criminal Procedure code, Indian penal code, Indian Evidence Act, 200Marks

 VIVA- VOCE: 150Marks – Only such candidates will be called for viva-voce who have obtained 40% marks in each written paper and 50% marks in the aggregate except in the case of candidates belonging to reserved categories. For  SCs and STs qualifying marks shall be 35% in each written paper and 45% in the aggregate.

Eligibility Criteria : A candidate should possess degree of Bachelor of law

Age Limitation  : not more than 35 years

Syllabus for (pre) Exam.

Paper-I:                                                                                 time 2 hrs 150 marks

General Knowledge

This paper may include question based on topics relating to:

a)     History of India & Indian culture

b)    Geography of India

c)     Indian polity

d)    Current national issues

e)     Topics of social relevance

f)      India and the world

g)     Indian economy

h)    International affairs & institutions

i)       Development in the field of:

1 science & technology

2 communications & space

Paper : II                                           Time : 2 hrs                                       300 marks

Law

This paper will include day to day happenings around India and the world, particularly in legal spheres, acts and laws

1.     Jurisprudence

2.     International organization

3.     Current international affairs

4.     Indian constitution

5.     Transfer of property act

6.     Indian evidence act

7.     Indian penal code

8.     Civil procedure code

9.     Criminal procedure code

10.    Law of contract

Syllabus for Main written exam

The examination shall include the following subjects:

A, paper-I: general knowledge

This paper may include questions based on topics relating to:

a)     History of India & Indian culture

b)    Geography of India

c)     Indian polity

d)    Current national issues & topics of social relevance

e)     India & the world

f)      Indian economy

g)     International affairs & institutions and

h)    Development in the field of

                      1 science & technology

                       2 communications & space

Note: the nature and standard of question in this paper will be such that a well educated person will be able to answer them without any specialized study.

B, paper-II: Language                                                        200 marks

It shall comprise four question as specified below:

        i.            Essay to be written in English                                      60 marks

        ii.            English précis writing                                                  60 marks

        iii.           Translation of passage from English to Hindi              40 marks

        iv.           Translation of passage from Hindi to English              40 marks

C, paper-III: Law-I (substantive Law)                                                    200 marks

The question set will be restricted to the field covered by:

        i.            Law of contracts

        ii.           Partnership act

        iii.          Easements act

        iv.          Law of torts

        v.          Transfer of property act including principles of equity

        vi          Principles of equity with special reference to law of trust

       vii.         Specific relief act

      viii.          Hindu law

       ix.           Muslim law

        x.          Constitutional law

Note: there shall be questions of 50 marks in relation to constitutional law alone:

Paper-IV: Law-II ( procedure & evidence)

Question set will be restricted to the field covered:

        i.            Law of evidence                

        ii.            Criminal peocedure code

       iii.            Code of civil procedure, including the principles of pleading

Note: The question set will relate mainly to practical matters such as the framing of charges and issues the methods of dealing with the evidence of witnesses, the writing of judgement and the conduct of cases generally but will not be restricted to them.

Paper-V: Law-III ( penal, revenue & local laws )                                           200 marks

Questions set will be restricted to the field covered by

         i.            Indian panel code

         ii.           Uttar Pradesh Zamindari abolition & Land Reforms Act 1951

         iii.           U.P Urban Buildings (regulation of letting, Rent and Eviction ) Act 1972

         iv.           Uttar Pradesh Municipalities act

         v.            U.P Pancharat Raj act

        vi.            U.P consolidation of holdings act 1953

        vii.            U.P Urban (planning and development ) act 1973, together with rules framed under the aforesaid acts.

Note: answer to the question of local laws will be compulsory. Question pertaining to penal laws will be of 50 marks, whereas that of revenue and local law will be of 150 marks.

Interview                                                                              100 marks

The suitability of the candidate for employment in the Uttar Pradesh judicial service will be tested with reference to his merit giving due regard to his ability, character, personality and physique.

Clarification

The candidates will have a choice to answer general knowledge and law papers either in Hindi or in English.

Notes:

        i.            The maximum number of chances a candidate is permitted to the will be four. The attempt shall be counted from appearing in this i.e 2003 (pre) exam 

.            The marks obtained in the interview will be added to the marks obtained in the written papers and the candidate's place will depend on the aggregate of both.

    iii.            The commission reserves the right to refuse to call for an interview any candidate who has not obtained such marks in the law papers as to justify such refusal.

 

Eligibility Criteria    : LL.B. Degree

Age Limitation   : 35 years

It is a three stage examination:

a)     Preliminary ( objective type )

b)    Mains ( written type )

c)     Personality test ( interview )

Syllabus

Law paper: I

1.     Constitution of india,        2. Civil procedure code,   3. Law of contract and partnership      4. Law of torts and easements,       5. Law of Motor accident claims,          6. Law of arbitration and conciliation,     7. Rent control law and revenue laws in Rajasthan, 8. Law of specific relief, 9. Hindu law,           10. Muslim law,      11. Law of transfer of property,            12. Law of limitation,            13. Law relating to lok adalats and permanent lok adalats,          14. Law related to domestic violence       15. General rules ( civil ) and judgement writing paper is designed to test the practical knowledge of the candidates in civil law and procedure e.g. drafting, pleading, framing issues and writing out judgement etc. in civil cases.

Law paper: II

1.     Criminal procedure code,            2. Law of evidence,           3. Indian penal code,        4. Law on narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances,            5. Criminal law related to protection of sc\Sts,            6. Law on juvenile delinquency,            7. Law of probation           8. Law relating to the dishonor of cheques,   9. Law relating to electricity theft,        10. Law related to cyber crimes,          11. General rules ( criminal ) and judgment writing paper is designed to test the practical knowledge of the candidates in criminal law and procedure e.g framing charges and writing out the judgments etc. in criminal cases.

Language ( paper-1): Hindi essay – essay writing and grammar.

Language ( paper-II ): English essay – essay writing, translation from English to Hindi and vice versa and grammar.

It shall be compulsory to appear, in each and every paper of written test and also before the interview board for viva-voce.

Interview

After the marks obtained by the candidate in written test have been received the recruiting authority shall call for interview such of them as have obtained a minimum of 35% marks in each of the law papers and 40% marks in the aggregate. Provided that a candidate shall be deemed to be eligible for interview if he has obtained a minimum of 30% marks in each of the law papers and 35% marks in the aggregate. Provided further that no candidate shall be recommended who fails to obtained minimum 25% marks in the interview. In interviewing a candidate, the suitability for employment to the service shall be tested with reference to his records at the school, college and university and his character personality address and physique. The question which may be put to him may be of general nature and will not necessarily be academic or legal. The candidate will also be put questions to test his general knowledge, including knowledge of current affairs and present day problems. Marks shall also be awarded for the candidates proficiency in the rajasthan dialects and his knowledge of social customs of rajasthan. The marks so awarded shall be added to the marks obtained in the written test by each candidate.

Eligibility : LL.B

Age Limit : 21 year and must not be more than 40 year on

SC/ST/BC: 5 year relaxation (Upto 45 year)

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

Will be of the duration of two hours and will have 125 questions. Each correct answer will carry four marks and for marks and for every wrong answer one marks  will be deducted. However, no credit or discredit will be given for the questions not attempted.

PAPER

1. Code of Civil Procedure, 2. Punjab Courts Act, 3. Indian sale of Good Acts, 4. Indian Partnership  Act, 5. Specific Relief  Act, 6. Indian  Evidence Act, 7. Contract  Act, 8. Hindu Law,

9. Mohammadan Law, 10. Customary Law Punjab, 11.Law of Registration, 12. Limitation.

13.Indian Panel Code, 14. Criminal Procedure Code.

MAINS EXAMINATION

A. Civil Law-1: 1. Code of Civil Procedure, 2.Punjab Courts Act, 3. Indian Sales of Good Acts,       4. Indian Partnership Act, 5. Indian Evidence Act, 6. Specific Relief Act,    7. Contract Act.  

B. Civil Law-2: 8.Hindu Law, 9. Mohammadan  Law, 10. Customary Law of Punjab, 11. Limitation 12.Law of Registration.

C. Criminal Law: 13. Indian Penal Code, 14. Criminal Procedure code, 15. Indian Evidence Act.

D. English Comp: A Choice of three of general subject

E. Language: Hindi (in Devnagri Script )

Viva-Voce: To judge the personal qualities of the candidate.     

     BIHAR JUDICIAL SERVICE EXAMINATION                                                        

Eligibility: LL.B

Age Limit: More than 22 years  & Less than 35 years.

PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION

First Paper: (100 marks)

1. General Knowledge

2. General science

Second Paper: (150 marks)

1. Law of Evidence and Procedure

2. Constitutional Law of India and England

3. Hindu Law and Mohammadan Law

4. Transfar of Property Act, Principle of Equity, Law of Trusts and Specific relief Act

5. Law of Contract and Torts

6. commercial Law

                      (1) Sale of Goods Act

                      (2) Negotiable Instrument Act

                      (3) Company Law

                      (4) partnership Act

 (A) Compulsory paper                            

1. General Knowledge (150 marks)

2. General Science (100 marks)

3. General Hindi (100 marks)                      

4. General English

5.Law of Evidence and Procedure (150 marks)

(B) Optional paper

1. Constitutional Law of India and England (150 marks)

2. Hindu Law and Mohammedan Law (150 marks)

3. Transfer of Property Act, Principle of Equity, Law of Trusts and Specific Act (150 marks)

4. Law of Contract and Torts (150 marks)

5. Commercial Law (150 marks)

            [1] Sale of Good Act                      [2] Negotiable Instrument Act

            [3] Company Law               [4]Partnership Act

 

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