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There is not any minimum percentage required for State Judicial Services Exam. The essential requirement is that a candidate should posses a LL.B. degree (either 5 year integrated course or 3 year course) from recognized university. Percentage criteria is not specified in any State Judicial Services. A good academic performance can help you in securing success in judicial services exam.

It is mandatory to complete 7 year of practice for appearing in Higher Judicial Services Exam. It is one of the essential requirements for appearing in HJS exam. Applicants have to appear for a competitive examination for entry to the HJS, the syllabus for which is similar to the lower judiciary exam. The advantage with this option is that if selected the applicant gets posted as an additional district judge which significantly hastens promotional prospects

Law as an optional subject in Civil Services Mains examination is gaining popularity these days. Even those who haven’t done graduation in law are opting for the same and most of them have succeeded in their attempt, thus inspiring others to take up the challenge. Since the sources to study Law optional are limited, this is a sincere effort to help those who are interested in the subject to learn Law.
The benefits of taking up law as an optional subject are that
  • Law is the inevitable subject that you must learn for attempting General Studies Paper 2.
  • Even for General studies Paper 3 and 4, a basic understanding of law can help you score better.
  • Further, once you get an appointment as Assistant Collector, Assistant Commissioner of police or an IFS officer, understanding in law will become necessary and of immense help.
To be specific, learning Constitutional Law & Administrative law can help you to give better answers in General Studies paper-2 containing Indian polity and Governance portions.
International law can equip you to have a broad understanding of International Relations and treaties signed by countries, again beneficial for General Studies paper- 2.
In every topic of General studies Paper 3, we come across a number of legislations, rules, regulations and policies, thus studying Law as an optional is an added advantage to perform well in your General studies section of the Mains and Prelims exams.
In addition, updates on ‘Contemporary Legal developments’ a topic in the UPSC Mains Law Syllabus, can help you to nurture your Current Affairs study to a greater extent

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A practicing lawyer can prepare for judiciary exam. He can opt for lower judiciary for which no minimum year of practice is required and for higher judiciary (seven years) of practice is required. There is no specific bar to practicing advocates to appear in judicial services exams.

The woman are provided reservation in state judicial services exam by some States. For example- In the recent Bihar Government has provided 50% reservation for the woman candidates in judiciary exam. Provision for reservation is there but, relaxation in age limit is not provided for woman.

Provision of negative marking is different from State to State. Some States prefers negative marking but majority of the States don’t have negative marking scheme for the Judicial Services Exams.
In majority of States there is no limit to appear in the judiciary exam. In general it is the maximum prescribed age limit for following States-
State Number of attempts
Uttar Pradesh Judiciary Four attempts
Other states (No number of limits) Till the maximum prescribed age limit.
Some career aspects after LL.B. are mentioned below-
  • Corporate Lawyer
  • Criminal Lawyer
  • Property Lawyer
  • Legal Consultant
  • Advocate working for Government
  • Judge
  • Advocate with Private Practice
  • Advocate working for Law firm
  • Research professional
  • Lecturer
  • NGO/Social Activist

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