Syllabus: Maharashtra Judicial Service Exam Civil Judge
The Maharashtra Judicial Service Examination is conducted every year by the Bombay High Court for recruitment to the roles of Civil judge ( junior Division ) . This qualifying exam is also referred to as MPSC Civil Judge Exam, JMFC – Judicial Magistrate First Class or CJJD – Civil Judge Junior Division .
The notification is published on the Maharashtra High Court’s official website at : bombayhighcourt.nic.in and / or the website of the state’s public service commission (As the exam is conducted by the MPSC) at Maharashtra Public Service Commission
The exam is conducted in three stages : 1. Preliminary Exam – objective type – which is used only for shortlisting candidates for the mains exam and not in the final ranking. 2. Mains Exam – Descriptive type 3. Viva-voce – Personal interview
To understand the actual scope of the syllabus and the depth of study required for each subject, we should look at the basic academic requirements for the exam, i.e. a standard BCI recognized LLB. The actual depth / coverage in each subject will be in-line with the standard LLB syllabus prescribed across India.
Check the other articles on LawMint.com for comprehensive details about the eligibility criteria, domicile requirements ( residence / practice requirements ), previous question papers and mock tests for preparing for the MPSC JMFC or CJJD exam.