Civil Judge Junior Division and Judicial Magistrate First Class, Maharashtra Civil Judge
MAHARASHTRA PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION JUDICIARY EXAM VACANCIES 2021
Maharashtra Public Service Commission has released a total of 63 vacancies for the posts of Civil Judge Junior Division and Judicial Magistrate of First Class (JMFC).
Candidates with a bachelor's degree in law having at least 55% percentile Marks from a recognised university are eligible to apply for the Maharashtra Judiciary Exam 2021. The exam is divided into three sections: Preliminary, Mains, and Interview rounds. The candidate will discover all of the necessary information about MPSC eligibility requirements, selection procedure, exam dates, application process, admit card, result, and much more in this page.
|Date of Publication of Advertisement||23 December, 2021|
|Date of Online Preliminary Exam||12 March, 2022|
|Date of Mains Exam||2 July, 2022|
|Number of Vacancies||Total 63|
|S. No.||Category||Age Limit||Eligibility|
|1||For new Law Graduates||Mini 25 years Max 29 years||The candidate must have completed a law degree by passing each year on the first trial. In addition, the candidate must have received 55% on the first attempt in the final year of the degree and must have passed the PG degree in law with at least 55%. The candidate should be able to communicate in Marathi via speaking, reading, and writing. A certificate of acceptable Marathi language proficiency should also be held by the candidate. The candidate should also be able to translate from Marathi to English and vice versa.|
|2||For Lawyers, Attorneys, & Advocates||Mini 29 years Max 35 years||The candidate must have earned a law degree on or before the Maharashtra Judiciary Exam notification deadline. In addition, the candidate must have 3 years of legal practice as a lawyer, attorney, or advocate in the Mumbai High Court or a subordinate court. To be eligible for this exam, a candidate applying for the position of Public Prosecutor in Maharashtra must be a judicial professional. Candidates must be fluent in Marathi in terms of speaking, reading, and writing. The candidate must have a certificate demonstrating appropriate Marathi language skills. In addition, the candidate should be competent to translate from Marathi to English and vice versa.|
|3||For Members of the Service Staff of the High Court, courts subordinate to the High Court, the Ministry of Laws and Department of Justice, and other posts||Mini 21 years Max 45 years||As of the notification's deadline, the candidate must have completed 3 years of service after graduation. The candidate should be able to communicate in Marathi via speaking, reading, and writing. A certificate of acceptable Marathi language proficiency should also be held by the candidate. The candidate should also be able to translate from Marathi to English and vice versa.|
No candidate shall be eligible for the appointment:
1. If he/she is not a citizen of India.
2. If he/she is compulsorily retired, removed or dismissed from judicial service or from service in Government or Statutory or Local Authority or failed to complete probation period in judicial service on any post, or in Government or Statutory or Local Authority.
3. If he/she has been convicted for an offense involving moral turpitude or he/she is or has been permanently debarred or disqualified by the High Court or the Union Public Service Commission or any State Public Service Commission from appearing for examinations or any selections conducted by it.
4. If he/she directly or indirectly influences the Recruiting Authority by any means for his/her candidature.
MAHARASHTRA JUDICIARY EXAM SELECTION PROCESS 2021
1. Preliminary Exam- 100 Marks
2. Mains Exam- 200 Marks
3. Interview- 50
Prelims, mains, and an interview process are the three parts of the Maharashtra Judiciary Exam selection process.
The following is the syllabus and exam format for all three stages:
The prelims exam will have a single question paper of 100 marks. The duration of this exam is for 2 hours. The paper will have 100 MCQs. The questions will be in the English language.
The prelims exam syllabus is as follows:
1. The Code of Criminal Procedure
2. The Civil Procedure Code
3. The Indian Evidence Act
4. The Transfer of Property Act
5. The Specific Relief Act
6. The Maharashtra Rent Control Act
7. The Limitation Act
8. Constitution of India
9. The Indian Penal Code
10. The Law of Contract
11. The Sale of Goods Act
12. The Partnership Act
Mains Exam Pattern
The mains exam is of descriptive type and has 2 papers of 100 marks each. The duration of the exam will be of 3 hours for each paper. The mains exam will be conducted in Marathi and the English language.
Mains Exam Syllabus
The syllabus of the mains exam is as follows:
Paper – I
1. The Civil Procedure Code
2. The Transfer of Property Act
3. The Specific Relief Act
4. The Law of Contracts
5. The Sale of Goods Act
6. The Partnership Act
1. The Indian Penal Code
2. The Evidence Act
3. The Code of Criminal Procedure
4. The Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989
5. The Protection of Civil Rights Act 1955
6. Essay on current legal topic (approximately 800 words)
The application fees of the Maharashtra Judiciary Exam for General category candidates is Rs. 374 and for SC/ST/ESM candidates, it is Rs.274.
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