Result of U.P. Higher Judicial Service (Main Written) Examination, 2014 Direct Recruitment to U.P. Higher Judicial Service held on 14th, 15th and 16th November, 2014 has been declared. High Court of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur notified Advertisement for recruitment additional district judges through M.P. Higher Judicial Service (Entry Level) Direct Recruitment for BAR, Exam 2015 Haryana Judicial Services Examination 2014-Pre is conducted on 10th of Jan 2015. The result is awaited. THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI will hold examination for direct recruitment against 14 vacancies to Delhi Higher Judicial Service on Sunday, the 06th April,2014-Last Date 06.02.2014 13/11/2013: While renewing the term of the appointment of the existing incumbents the State Government is required to consider their past performance and conduct in the light of the recommendations made by the District Judges and the District Magistrates. Therefore, the High Court could not have issued a Mandamus for renewal of the term of respondent Nos. 1 and 2 and other similarly situated persons and thereby frustrated the provisions of LR Manual and Section 24 Cr.P.C .- SUPREME COURT.
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  • How do I prepare for Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Madhya Pradesh Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Uttarakhand Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Delhi Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Bihar Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary Examination)?
 

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The Pattern of conducting an examination  for Civil Judge Junior Division Preliminary 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 thier preparation.

 
  1. The aspirants may start thier preparation with Bare Act
  2. While going through Bare Acts , pay special attention to Defination,Sections,Order & Rule, essential ingredient, Illustration,Explainations, examples and Forms & Schedules. As the Preliminary examination is of  objective  nature, the aspirants are expected to have a good command in above mentioned aspects.
  3. The mugging up the of selected questions can never be a good practise. There is high probablity that examination may not include the questions you have prepared. Instead try to make a knowledge base for all the topics by thorough  study because there are chances that questions may be asked in other manner than you learnt by heart. The thorough study will not only help to crack the Pre- exam but also help in beating the mains exams.
  4. The Leading Case laws make a substantial portions from questions which are frequently asked in exams. Make a seperate notes for Case Laws with topic and sections.
  5. Most of Judicial Prelimiary Exams contain a seperate paper for general knowledge. You are expected to have a good knolewdge on following topics:(a). History of India  and Indian Culture
             (b). Geography of India
             (c). Indian Polity
             (d). Current national issue and topics of social relevance
             (e). India and the world
             (f). Indian Economy
             (g). International Organisations and Treaties
             (h). Development in the field of Science & Technology
             (i).  Development in the field of Space and communication
  6. The state public service or Hon'ble High Court whoever is conducting Examination may include the following topics for Law Paper in Preliminary Exam: (a). Jurisprudence
             (b). International Organisations
             (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). principles governing arbitration Law
             (n). specific relief
             (o). limitation act
             (p). Law of Succession
             (q).  Development in the field of Space and communication. 
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  • How do I prepare for Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Mains Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Madhya Pradesh Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Mains Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Uttarakhand Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Mains Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Delhi Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Mains Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Mains Examination)?
  • How do I prepare for Bihar Judicial Service Examination (Civil Judge Junior Division Main Examination)?
   REPLY- Usually it is seen in numerous cases that aspirants get a high rank in preliminary examination, but  their rank is reduced or they suffer in Main examination. The reason is obvious. There is lack of thorough knowledge, answers are not given in expressive and convincing way, anwsers may be lengthy but non informative & confusing etc.
It is highy advice to avoid mugging up the answers. Improve your knowledge base because questions on particular topic can be asked in different ways . There are chances that you may not get questions you learnt by heart in Mains Examination.

Tips for Mains Examinations:
 
  1. First step is to have a complete and detailed syllabus of exam for which you wish to appear.
  2. Make a scheduled time table for all acts in which you have to complete you preparation.
  3. Make provision in your time table for revision of acts you have gone through. It is adviced that aspirant must  make revision three times before he/she appear in Mains exam. Reason being , that course is vide and one may get confuse with illustrations and case laws while replying to questions.
  4. Study the complete bare acts thoroughly.
  5. Make brief details of topics and sections/Order  & Rule/Article. Keep reviewing these topics and sections/Order  & Rule/Article so that aspirants remain aquinted with all topics sections wise.
  6. Make a notes on Leading Case laws  topicwise.
  7. Make notes sections-wise, mentioning essential ingradients of a sections. Include commentry for each section.
  8. Pay special attention to Illustrations and examples of sections/Order & Rules/Articles.
  9. Make practise of replying questions supported with section, Illustration or example, Leading Case Law, Commentry and its evidentary value.
  10. Make habbit of Refer books on relevant topics.
  11. Discussing the material studied with collegues improves your knowledge base.
  12. Keep revising the topics studied on regular basis, so that things remain fresh in aspirants mind and one will not get confuse while replying questions.
  13. Make habbit of writing answers once you learn any topic, this will improve your writing skills.
  14. For general knowledge watch News Channels regularly, because the informations percieved through ears & eyes together remain in mind for longer duration.
  15. Make and maintain news and information on regular basis datewise relating to International treaties, UNO and allied organisations, important days and dates, Current held sports championships, Recently given awards, Company mergers & economy, latest development in the field of Science , telecommunication, space, Social relevance, Indian history, Noble prize,Indian geography etc.
    QUERIES- How do I reply to questions asked in Mains examinations? What are are main heads which must be kept in mind while replying questions in Mains Judicial or legal examinations?
   REPLY- When aspirants reply to questions asked in Mains judicial or legal examination, it is adviced that they must keep the following general  heads in  mind.
1. Section/ Order & Rule/ Article related to questions asked
2. Defination of concerned Section.
3. Illustration or example related to concerend Section.
4. Explaination with reasoning to questions asked.
5. Leading Case Law related to topic asked.
6. Evidentary Value of point discussed.
7. Commentary.
8. Keep in mind word limit.
  QUERIES- I have completed Law graduate programme. What are the judicial or legal examinations for which I can compete?
   REPLY- For appearing in any legal or judicial examination , it is essential one must be law graduate. Given below is the list of exams for which one can compete after completion of Law graduation:-

1. PCS-J or PCS (Judicial Branch) also known as Civil Judge Junior division [No experience is required as an advocate].
2. Higher Judicial Service Examination-HJS [Atleast 7 years standing is essential as an advocate for appearing in HJS-Exam].
3. Assistant Prosecuting Officer-APO.
4. Assistant District Attorney-ADA.
5. Assistant Public Prosecutor-APP.
6. Legal Manager
7. Law Officer.
  QUERIES-  What is syllabus for following exams:
1. Uttar Pradesh Judicial Services Examination
2. Madhya Pradesh Judicial Services Examination
3. Uttarakhand Judicial Services Examination
4. Delhi Judicial Services Examination
5. Uttar Pradesh Judicial Services Examination
6. Bihar Judicial Services Examination
7. Haryana Judicial Services Examination
8. Punjab Judicial Services Examination
9. Jharkhand Judicial Services Exmination.
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