I need a favour. please provide me any material ragarding judicial services. its preparation or anyother relevant documents. Thanks in advance.
Kiran Kumar (Lawyer) 01 January 2009
dear friend what u need specifically?
whole of the material is already in the books.......can u go beyond books?
if falling short of skills then join some center.
RAKHI BUDHIRAJA ADVOCATE (LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) 01 January 2009
Its better to study your books. There is no fruitfull purpose served for any particular book for Judiciary. It would be only loose of money.
mahendra rai jain (advocate) 01 January 2009
plz go for bare act. these are very much helpful to perpare for exams..
RAKHI BUDHIRAJA ADVOCATE (LAWYER AT BUDHIRAJA & ASSOCIATES SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) 16 February 2009
Thanx Md. Rashid, its really nice.
ritu bhadana (advocate) 10 March 2009
cram the bare acts and keep yourself updated with case laws specially the landmark judgements of the apex court.what matters most is not the latest case laws but landmark case laws.if you will learn the bare acts verbatim then you can easily crack the exam and for further interpretation you can study books of varous authors.......but its better to go for student editions if you don't want to go for a research into a topic.its better to do an intensive and extensive study based on the relevancy of the topic and subject and marks of such subject specified in the syllabus.never stick to only the syllabus as now the examination pattern is changing.skill yourself in the current affairs and master yourself in the constitutional law and also the upcoming subjects like IPR specially for delhi judiciary.go ahead.cheers!