MP Judiciary Exam 2023: Complete Overview and Key Details
The MP Judiciary Exam, officially known as the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Class-II (Entry Level) Exam, is a competitive examination conducted by the Madhya Pradesh High Court for the recruitment of Civil Judges.
Candidates must hold a Bachelor’s degree in Law from a recognized university. There may also be age restrictions, typically ranging from 21 to 35 years, with age relaxations applicable for certain categories as per government norms.
The examination is generally conducted in three stages - Preliminary Exam (objective type), Main Exam (descriptive type), and Interview. The Preliminary Exam acts as a screening test for the Main Exam.
The syllabus covers a wide range of topics including the Indian Penal Code, Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Evidence Act, Constitution of India, and other relevant laws and regulations.
Candidates need to apply online through the official website of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. The application process typically involves filling out an online form, uploading necessary documents, and paying an application fee.
The admit card for each stage of the exam is released on the official website a few weeks before the exam date. It's crucial for candidates to download and print their admit cards, as it is mandatory to bring them to the examination center.
The Preliminary and Main Exams are held at various centers across Madhya Pradesh. Candidates can choose their preferred examination center while filling out the application form.
Result and Cut-off
The results are declared on the official website of the Madhya Pradesh High Court. The cut-off marks are decided based on various factors like the number of candidates, difficulty level of the exam, and the number of vacancies.
Candidates who clear the Main Exam are called for the interview. The interview assesses the candidate's personality, understanding of law, decision-making skills, and overall suitability for the role of a Civil Judge.
Successful preparation involves a thorough understanding of the syllabus, consistent study, practicing previous years' question papers, and staying updated with current legal developments. Joining coaching classes or study groups can also be beneficial.