Judicial Service Examination

Judicial Service Examination

The Indian government has three branches . Judiciary is one of them. The Judiciary is a judicial system that interpreting and applies Law. Clear Judicial service examination is the first dream of every law aspirants. Many Law aspirants graduate from the different different law school to clear Judicial Service Examination. In Law field many opportunities are there like advocacy, the litigation, the law firm, the legal officer the legal advisor but most of the law student dream to prepare and clear Judicial Service Examination and become a judge. The Judicial Services Examination ensures a safe and comfortable employment environment. Furthermore, it provides selected applicants with an opportunity to serve their country. Every year, between 50,000 and 60,000 people apply for the Judicial Services Examination, but only those are clear exam, who studied with a goal and in accordance with a philosophy, succeed. Judicial Services must be achieved.
India Judiciary exam are not Union exam means it not conducted by union government. It conducted by the State Government. Every state has its own eligibility, process ,qualifications, courses for Judiciary exam.
Mostly every state divide judiciary in 3 phase
• Preliminary Exams
• Mains Exam
• Interview round

1 Preliminary Exam – The preliminary exam is used to screen candidates for the main examination. It includes Inquiries that are objective in nature. The preliminary examination marks are not taken into account in the final selection. States have different percentages of qualifying marks. The preliminary examination requires a minimum score of 60% for general candidates and 55% for restricted candidates.
2 Mains Exam – This is a subjective sort of exam. Three to four papers form the exam. The ultimate selection is based on the candidates’ performance. The number of candidates called for viva-voce is three times the number of slots.
3 Viva-Voce/Personal Interview — This is the final stage of the selection process, during which candidates are evaluated on a variety of variables, including general interest, personality, and IQ.
This examination is conducted in English as well as in Hindi language. State has decided exam marks and pattern according to him.

Benefits to clear Judicial Services Examination:-

• In the Indian system, the position of deicide is the most prestigious.
• Candidates who are selected in the Judicial Services Examination have a safe and comfortable job.
• It also provide Allowances and Facility.

Tiers of Judiciary Exam
There are two tiers to a career in the legal system.
Lower judicial service:– which is allocated for recent graduates through an entrance examination administered by the various State Public Service Commissions (UP, MP, Rajasthan, and Haryana, Bihar, Punjab so on) or the high courts (Delhi). A career path through this ensures on-time promotions and a solid tenure.
Higher Judicial Services:- The chosen candidates get announce as extra District Judges, that and their promotion is quicker.
Civil decides (junior division) have Judicial Jurist (Second Class) powers, while Chief Judicial Jurists have Judicial Jurist (Second Class) powers (First Class).

For those who want to serve the public in a high-status position, judicial service may be a good option. It provides a secure and safe job with a competitive wage package.