About BPSC Exam
The Bihar Public Service Commission holds competitive examinations to fill various positions such as Assistant Audit Officer, Assistant Engineer, Civil Officer, Project Manager, and Judicial Services. Individuals from across the country are invited to grab this opportunity and register for the BPSC exam. BPSC has advertised a total number of 723 openings for the year 2021, according to the official notification on their website. The BPSC exam is categorized into three sections, the first of which is the preliminary examination, followed by the main examination, and the final step in the selection process is the interview.
BPSC Judicial Services Mock Test
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Bihar Judicial Services Notification
Bihar Public Service Commission will conduct the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive examination in 2021. The Bihar Judiciary exam will be conducted in the following stages:
- preliminary stage and
- main stage.
and the final interview will be conducted for evaluating the candidates based on their general knowledge.
Bihar Judicial Services Exam Important Dates
|Starting Date of Online Application||To Be Out Soon|
|Last Date of Online Application||To Be Out Soon|
|Last date for fee payment||To Be Out Soon|
|Prelims Admit Card Release Date||To Be Out Soon|
|Prelims Exam Date||To Be Out Soon|
|Mains Application Form||To Be Out Soon|
|Mains Admit Card||To Be Out Soon|
|Mains Exam Date||To Be Out Soon|
|Final Result||To Be Out Soon|
BPSC Judicial Services Eligibility Criteria 2021
If you wish to apply for Bihar Judiciary 2021 Exam, then you must fulfill33 eligibility requirements as defined below. Go through the detailed Bihar Judiciary Eligibility explained below for various parameters.
You must have a Bachelor of Laws from any institute or university recognized by the Bar Council of India.
The minimum age is 22 years while the maximum age allowed for the exam is 35 years. For women, physically disabled the age limit is extended to 40 years of maximum age.
Bihar Judiciary Exam Pattern
The Bihar Judiciary Exam Pattern includes two written tests and an interview round which are explained below:
Prelims Exam Pattern
|Paper 1||General Studies||100 marks|
|Paper 2||Law||150 marks|
Mains Exam Pattern
|General Knowledge including current affairs||150|
|Elementary General Science||100|
|Law of Evidence and Procedure||150|
BPSC Judicial Services Syllabus 2021
The Bihar Judiciary Syllabus for Prelims and Mains exam is explained as follows:
Syllabus for Prelims 2021
The BPSC Civil Judge Syllabus for Prelims is as follows:
- General Knowledge including current affairs
- Elementary General Science
- Law of Evidence and Procedure
- Constitutional and Administrative Law of India
- Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law
- Law of Transfer of Property
- Principles of Equity
- Law of Trusts and Specific Relief
- Law of Contracts and Torts
- Commercial Law
Syllabus for Mains
The syllabus of the BPSC Civil Judge Mains Exam is as follows:
|General English||Unseen passage|
|summary or précis writing|
|General Knowledge||Indian History|
|Currencies & Capitals|
|Elementary General Science||It tests matters of everyday observation and experience in scientific aspects|
|Law of Evidence and Procedure||Indian Evidence Act (1872)|
|Civil Procedure Code (1908)|
|Arbitration and Conciliation Act of 1996|
|Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973|
|Provincial Small Cause Courts Act|
|Constitutional and Administrative Law of India||Constitution of India - Article 1 to 395 and Schedules|
|Administrative Law of India and Delegated Legislation|
|Control of Delegated Legislation - Judicial & Legislative|
|Fair Hearing; Rules of Natural Justice; Rules Against Bias; Audi Alteram Partem|
|Tribunals and Quasi-Judicial Authorities; Judicial Control over them|
|Judicial Review of Administrative Action|
|Writ Jurisdiction and Statutory Judicial Remedies, Scope, Extent & Distinction|
|Public Interest Litigation|
|Tortuous Liability of State and Compensation|
|Promissory Estoppel, Legitimate Expectation & Doctrine of Proportionality|
|Law of Contracts and Torts||Indian Contract Act|
|General Principles of Liabilities|
|Injuries to Domestic and Contractual Relations|
|The Rule in Rylands Yrs. Fletcher Deceit Conspiracy|
|Commercial Law||Sale of Goods|
|Company Law and Partnership|
Bihar Judiciary Application Process 2021
After fulfilling the above mentioned eligibility requirements, you could apply for Bihar Judiciary Exam 2021.
The details of steps to be followed for BPSC Judiciary Services 2021 Online Registration are as follows:
- Visit the official website of Bihar Public Service Commission: bpsc.bih.nic.in
- Click on the application link for Judiciary Services Exam.
- Provide the required details such as name, DOB, address, educational qualifications, work experience, category, and others
- Upload recent passport size picture and signature in the mentioned size & format
- Pay the required fee for your application
- Submit the form and take a printout of the application form for future reference.
Bihar Judiciary Application Fee
- INR 600 for General
- INR 150 for ST/ST/PWD category candidates
Bihar Judiciary Vacancy Details
The vacancies for the BPSC Judicial Services exam will be out with the official notification.
BPSC Judicial Service Cut Off - Minimum Qualifying Marks
Have a look at the minimum qualifying marks for Bihar Judicial Service Prelims and Mains exam below:
Minimum Qualifying Marks for Prelims Exam:
- GEN/Reserved Category: 45%
- SC/ST/OBC/PwD/Unreserved: 40%
Minimum Qualifying Marks for BPSC Judicial Services Mains Exam
Female candidates, PwD candidates and Reserved category candidates need to obtain 5% less marks in comparison to General and Unreserved category candidates.
To Be Out Soon