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Arpit Kaushik (Lawyer)     15 May 2020

Ask about judiciary

i m in 3rd year...i wanna be a judge...so what subjects must be read....And what's the pattern must be followed...


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KISHAN DUTT KALASKAR (Advocate)     15 May 2020

I welcome you to the paternity of Judiciary. Please call me and check online and it has four papers for main exmination.

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Arpit Kaushik (Lawyer)     15 May 2020

okie....but sir..how i can start my preparation....what's tha pattern to prepare...plzzz guide me

Mansi Aggarwal   25 February 2021

Hello, thank you for the query.

There are three stages of judicial examination, they are prelims, mains, and then the interview. The candidates who are shortlisted from the prelims will be eligible to appear for the Main exam. Certain states have a requirement of minimum marks in the viva-voce test, whereas other states aggregate it to the marks of the Mains and prelims.

 Subjects to study for prelims exams:

General Knowledge and current affairs (of 18 months), proficiency in English Language and aptitude, Constitutional law, IPC, CPC, CrPC and the Indian Evidence Act, Contract Law and Tort Law and Transfer of Property Law.

some states may have a little change.

The mains pattern varies from State to State. 

You can start by going through the bare acts and solving past year's papers. 

Hope this helps you.




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