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Madhya Pradesh High Court (MPHC) has declared the  result for the post of Civil Judge Junior Division (Entry Level) Main Written Exam-2021 on its official website. You can check the list of total 1815 candidates who have qualified for the Candidates for Civil Judge Junior Division (Entry Level) Main Written Exam-2021. 

Madhya Pradesh High Court (MPHC) will conduct Civil Judge Junior Division (Entry Level) Main Written Exam-2021 from 27 August 2022 onwards. 

Candidates who have qualified successfully Civil Judge Junior Division (Entry Level) Main Written Exam-2021 can check the MP Civil Judge Result 2022 available on the official website of MP High Court - mphc.gov.in.

MP Judicial Services Exam is a state-level examination conducted by the Madhya Pradesh High Court for the recruitment of Civil Judges in the state judiciary. The exam is conducted in three stages - preliminary examination, main examination, and interview.

The eligibility criteria for the MP Judicial Services Exam include a Bachelor's degree in Law from a recognized university and the age of the candidate should not be less than 21 years and more than 35 years. However, there are age relaxations for certain categories of candidates.

The syllabus for the MP Judicial Services exam includes topics such as the Indian Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, Code of Civil Procedure, Constitution of India, and General Knowledge. The exam pattern for the preliminary exam includes multiple-choice questions, while the main exam consists of descriptive type questions.

Candidates who qualify for the MP Judicial Services exam are appointed as Civil Judges in the state judiciary. As a Civil Judge, the candidate will be responsible for hearing and deciding cases in civil and criminal matters. The job also involves administrative duties such as case management, record-keeping, and other related functions.

If you are interested in appearing for the MP Judicial Services exam, you should start preparing well in advance and have a thorough understanding of the syllabus and exam pattern. It is also advisable to solve previous year question papers and take mock tests to assess your preparation level.

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MP High Court Civil Judge Exam

Preliminary Written Examination Details

Syllabus for MP High Court Civil Judge exam

  1. Law

  2. General Knowledge

  3. Computer Knowledge

  4. English

Law

  1. Constitution of India

  2. Code of Criminal Procedure

  3. MP Land Revenue Code

  4. Code of Civil Procedure

  5. Indian Penal Code

  6. Transfer of Property Act

  7. Indian Evidence Act

  8. Contract Act

  9. Specific Reliefs Act

  10. MP Accommodation Control Act

  11. Limitation Act

  12. Negotiable Instruments Act

General Knowledge

  1. Heritage

  2. Geography

  3. Environmental Issues

  4. Literature

  5. Rivers, Lakes and, Seas

  6. Civics

  7. Famous Books & Authors

  8. Indian History

  9. Sports

  10. Indian Politics

  11. Famous Days & Dates

  12. Countries and Capitals

  13. Inventions and Discoveries

  14. General Science

  15. Tourism

  16. Artists

  17. Indian Economy

  18. Biology

  19. Indian Parliament

  20. Famous Places in India

  21. Current Affairs

Computer Knowledge

  1. Computer Networks

  2. Workplace Productivity Tools

  3. Introduction to Computer Science

  4. MS Windows

  5. Data Structures

  6. MS PowerPoint

  7. Computer Software & Hardware

  8. Boolean Algebra

  9. Internet Usage

  10. PC Software and Office Automation

  11. Windows

  12. Emerging Technologies and Web Publishing

  13. MS Excel

  14. The Internet

  15.  MS Office

  16. Knowledge in operations of Computer

  17. MS Word & MS Excel etc.

  18. Database Management System

  19. MS Word

English

  1. Spotting Errors.

  2. Error Correction (Phrase in Bold).

  3. Passage Completion.

  4. Sentence Improvement.

  5. Fill in the blanks.

  6. Joining Sentences.

  7. Sentence Arrangement.

  8. Active Voice and Passive Voice.

  9. Error Correction (Underlined Part).

  10. Substitution.

  11. Synonyms.

  12. Passage Completion.

  13. Idioms and Phrases.

  14. Prepositions.

  15. Antonyms.

  16. Para Completion

Madhya Pradesh HC Civil Judge Mains Syllabus

Paper 1

  1. Constitution of India

  2. Specific Reliefs Act

  3. Code of Civil Procedure

  4. Contract Act

  5. Transfer of Property Act

  6. Limitation Act

Paper II

  1. MP Accommodation Control Act

  2. Summarization (Legal- in English)

  3. MP Land Revenue Code

  4. Indian Evidence Act

  5. Judgement/ Order (Criminal) Writing

  6. Indian Penal Code

  7. Negotiable Instruments Act

  8. Social Issues

  9. Summarization (Legal- in Hindi)

  10. Code of Criminal Procedure

  11. Judgment/ Order (Civil) Writing

  12. Legal Issues

Madhya Pradesh Higher Judicial Services Examination

Syllabus of Madhya Pradesh Higher Judicial Services Examination

The selection process  of Madhya Pradesh Higher Judicial Services will be completed in three stages

  1. Preliminary Examination  (Objective Type )

  2. Main Written Examination and

  3. Interview

Preliminary  Examination

The preliminary examination shall be conducted online through portal. The exam shall be conducted by  multiple choice objective type of questions. Question Paper shall contain 150 multiple choice questions to be solved within two hours (120 Minutes).

Preliminary Syllabus

The syllabus with proportionate marks is given below.

  1. IPC, CRPC, Evidence act. ( 30) 

  2. CPC, TPA and contract act. (20)

  3. Constitution of India (10)

  4. Specific relief act 1963. (5)

  5. N.D.P.S. Act (4)

  6. Limitation act (3)

  7. Negotiable instrument act (3)

  8. Mp land revenue code (5)

  9. Mp accommodation act (5)

  10. Hindu marriage act, Hindu succession act, Hindu adoption and maintenance act . (7)

  11. SC and ST prevention of atrocities act (3)

  12. Motor vehicle act (chapter 10, 11 and 12 only) ( 3)

  13. Court fees act, Indian registration act and Indian stamp act (7)

  14. General knowledge

  15. Computer knowledge

  16. General english

  17. Law lexicon and maxims

  18. Medical jurisprudence

Out of above there  shall also be some questions best on leading/ latest Supreme Court decisions and decisions of Madhya Pradesh high court .

Minimum qualifying marks

For unreserved and OBC category minimum (55%) 82.5, round of 82 marks out of 150 Marks.
For the Candidates of st and sc categories  (50%) 75 marks out of 150 marks 

are required for main examination.

Main Written Examination

The main written examinations shall be held on two consecutive days in 1st and 2nd shift. There shall be four descriptive question paper. Each paper shall be of three hours and shall carry 100 marks each. These papers are-

  1. Civil Laws & Procedure  100 Marks
  2. Writting skill, Court Practice & Current Legal knowledge. 100 Marks
  3. Criminal Laws & Procedure 100  marks
  4. Judgement Writting etc..

Paper I . Civil laws & Procedure

  • Constitution of India (22) marks
  • Civil procedure code (22) marks
  • Transfer of Property Act (16)marks
  • Indian Contract Act
  • Specific Relief Act 1963 (chapter I,II  and VI to VIII). (8) marks (16)
  • Limitation act 1963 (part 2 and 3) (8)
  • Hindu Marriage Act 1955 section 5,9,10, 13A,13B and 24 to 27. (8)

Paper II. Writing skill and current legal knowledge 100 Marks.

  1. Article on legal topic in Hindi
  2. Summarywriting in English for summary writing, a matter  like copy of plaint and written statement or charge sheet complaint may be given and the candidates shallll be asked to summarise it into one third of the matter given.
  3. Knowledge of current leading cases/Supreme Court/Full Bench Judgement of M P High Courts of five years.
  4. Translation    

             From English to Hindi 
             From Hindi to English

Paper III. Criminal Laws and Procedures

  1. IPC 1860
  2. CrPC 1973
  3. Indian Evidence Act 1872.
  4. Negotiable Instruments Act 1881, ( sections 138- 147)
  5. SC & ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act 1989 (sections 2 to 8 and 14 and 18)

Paper IV Judgement Writting etc.

  1. Settlement of Issues
  2. Framing of charges
  3. Judgement Writting ( civil)
  4. Judgement Writting ( criminal)

Interview

The interview shall carry 50 marks and minimum 40% marks has to be secured by candidate for final selection.

MP High Court District Judge Syllabus & Exam Pattern

MP District Judge Test Pattern for Prelims Exam

S. No Exam Type Subjects Names No of  Questions Marks Exam Duration
1 Objective Type Constitution of India 10 10 120 Minutes
2 C.P.C.,T.P. Act & Contract Act 20 20
3 I.P.C., Cr.P.C. & Evidence Act 30 30
4 Negotiable Instrument Act five 5
five N.D.P.S. Act 3 4
6 Limitation Act 3 3
7 Specific Relief Act 5 3
8 M.P. Land Revenue Code five
9 M.P. Accommodation Control Act
10 Hindu Marriage Act, Hindu. Succession Act & Hindu Adoption & Maintenance Act only) 7 7
11 SC & ST (Prev. Of Atrocity) Act 3 3
12 Motor Vehicle Act (Chapter X, XI & XII only) 3 3
13 Court Fees Act, Indian Registration Act & Indian Stamp Act) 7 7
14 Medical Jurisprudence five 5
15 Computer Knowledge 10 10
16 General English 10 10
17 Law Lexicon & Maxims five five
18. General Knowledge 15 15

MP High Court District Judge Exam Pattern for Main Exam

S. No Type of Exam Papers Name of the Papers Total Marks Duration of Exam
1 Descriptive Type I Judgment Writing 100 3 Hours
2 II Criminal Laws & Procedure 100 3 Hours
3 III Writing Skill, Court Practice & Current Legal Knowledge 100 3 Hours
4 IV Civil Laws & Procedure 100 3 Hours

1st Paper – Civil Laws & Procedure

S. No Topics Marks
1 Transfer of Property Act,1882 16
2 Limitation Act, 1963 (Part II & III) 8
3 Constitution of India 22
4 Indian Contract Act, 1872 16
5 Specific Relief Act, l 963 (Chapter I, II & VI to VIJI) 8
6 Civil Procedure Code, 1908 22
7 Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 (Sections – five, 9, 10, 13A, 13B, 24 to 27) 08

2nd Paper – Writing Skill, Court Practice & Current Legal Knowledge

S. No Name of the Topics Max Marks
1 Knowledge of Current Leading Cases (Leading/Latest Supreme Court Decisions and Full Bench Decisions of M.P.High Court since last 5 Years). 30
2 Summary Writing (in English) (For Summary Writing, a matter like the copy of Plaint, Written Statement or Charge Sheet I Complaint may be given, and the candidate shall be asked it into 1/3rd of the matter given). 20
3 Article on Legal Topic (in Hindi) 20
4 Translation:- ( 1) From Hindi to English                         (2) From English to Hindi 30

3rd Paper – Criminal Laws & Procedure

S. No Subjects Names  Marks
1 Negotiable Instrument Act,1881 (Sections – 138 to 147) 14
2 Evidence Act, 1872 24
3 S.C. & S.T. (Prevention of Atrocity) Act, 1989 (Sections – 2 to 8, 14 and 18) 14
4 Indian Penal Code, 1860 24
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 24

4th Paper – Judgment Writing

S. No Subjects Names Total Marks
1 Judgment Writing (Civil) 40
2 The framing of Charges 10
3 Settlement of Issues 10
4 Judgment Writing (Criminal) 40

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