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Judicial Services Exams are competitive examinations that are conducted by the state-level public service commissions to recruit candidates for various positions in the judiciary. These exams are also known as Civil judge and Higher judicial exam.

The eligibility criteria for Judicial Services Exams may vary from state to state, but in general, candidates must have a bachelor's degree in law from a recognized university and must be between 21 to 35 years of age. The selection process usually consists of a written examination, followed by an interview and a personality test.

The syllabus for the Judicial Services Exams typically includes topics related to the Indian legal system, the Constitution of India, the Code of Civil Procedure, the Code of Criminal Procedure, the Indian Penal Code, and other relevant local or minor laws and regulations.

To prepare for the Judicial Services Exams, candidates should focus on developing a strong understanding of legal concepts and principles, as well as practicing their writing and analytical skills. Reading legal journals, newspapers, and textbooks on law can also be helpful in staying updated on legal developments and trends.

Overall, cracking the Judicial Services Exams requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and a thorough understanding of the Indian legal system. However, with proper preparation and practice, candidates can increase their chances of success and secure a career in the judiciary.

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How to Become a Judge in India: Qualifications, Eligibility, & Salary
The process of becoming a judge in India requires a bachelor degree in law, seven years of legal practice, and passing the state judiciary exams. After serving as a judicial magistrate, candidates can apply for promotion to the higher judiciary with a salary ranging from Rs. 27,700 to Rs. 2,50,000 per month.
How to Prepare for Judicial Service Exam?

Preparing for a judicial service exam requires a combination of focused study, understanding the exam pattern, and staying updated on legal developments. Here's a general guide to help you:

  1. Understand the Exam Pattern:

    • Familiarize yourself with the exam pattern, including the number of papers, types of questions, and marking scheme.

    • Identify the specific subjects covered in the exam.

  2. Syllabus Understanding:

    • Get a thorough understanding of the syllabus. Divide it into manageable sections.

    • Prioritize topics based on their weightage in the exam.

  3. Study Material:

    • Use standard textbooks and Develop India Group study materials recommended for judicial exams.

    • Make use of online legal databases and resources to stay updated.

  4. Previous Year Papers:

    • Solve previous year's question papers to understand the exam pattern and identify important topics.

    • Practice time management while solving papers.

  5. Legal Research:

    • Develop strong legal research skills. Understand how to find and interpret legal judgments, statutes, and other legal sources.

  6. Mock Tests:

    • Take regular mock tests to assess your preparation level and identify weak areas.

    • Analyze your performance and work on improving your weak points.

  7. Current Affairs:

    • Stay updated on current legal developments and general knowledge.

    • Read newspapers, legal magazines, and online legal portals regularly.

  8. Revision:

    • Regular revision is crucial. Create a revision schedule for all subjects.

    • Focus on key concepts, landmark judgments, and legal provisions.

  9. Legal Writing Practice:

    • Practice writing legal essays, case analysis, and judgments.

    • Develop clarity and precision in expressing legal arguments.

  10. Join Coaching Institutes:

    • Consider joining a reputable coaching institute for guidance and structured preparation.

    • Attend mock interviews to improve your communication skills.

  11. Stay Healthy:

    • Maintain a healthy lifestyle. A balanced diet and regular exercise contribute to better concentration.

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