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Judges are held in high esteem in our society. A judge is responsible for enforcing justice in the society, making impartial decisions, interpret Laws, settle Legal disputes and act as a mediator between litigating and give the verdict. A highly coveted post, it requires special personal skills such as patience, impartiality, self-confidence, commitment and a deep sense of integrity. Apart from these, a person must also have genuine practical knowledge of the Laws and analytical ability to interpret and apply them actually.

The academic qualification for a judge is a degree in Law from a recognized Institution or University, membership of the State Bar Council as a qualified advocate and clearing the Judicial Service Exam.


The Judicial Service Exams are conducted in 3 stages – The Preliminary Exam, Main Exam, and Interview.

  • The Preliminary Exam is the qualifying exam that makes students eligible for the Mains. It has 100-200 objective type questions depending on the state. The qualifying marks also vary as per state. However, the minimum qualifying marks as per category are 60% for general and 55% for reserved candidates. These marks only qualify the students for appearing in the Mains but are not considered for the final selection.
  • The Mains Exam tests the writing and analytical skills along with conceptual clarity of students. It is a descriptive exam with direct theoretical and application-based questions. There are 3-4 subjective papers for this exam as per state. The marks in these exams are considered for the final selection. The selected candidates advance to the final stage to appear for the Personal interview or Viva-Voce. Candidates equating nearly 3 times the number of vacancies in the judicial services are called for Viva and final selections are made from among them.
  • The Interview is taken by the Interview Board to analyze the personality of students. Only those who qualify the mains reach this stage of the exam. The students’ cognitive abilities and interests are gauged at this stage based on which the final selection is made.

The syllabus of all the state Judicial Service Exams is generally common barring the local laws. The pattern of exam varies from state to state.

The common law papers are:

  1. The Indian Evidence Act, 1872
  2. The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
  3. The Indian Penal Code, 1860
  4. The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
  5. The Indian Contract Act, 1872
  6. The Sale of Goods Act, 1930
  7. The Partnership Act, 1932
  8. The Specific Relief Act, 1963
  9. The Limitation Act, 1963
  10. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882
  11. The Easement Act, 1882
  12. The Registration Act, 1908
  13. Family Law (Hindu Law and Muslim Law)
  14. The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
  15. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Vidhiwise recognizes the preparation woes of students and has developed a comprehensive curriculum to cover most of the syllabus of different states for the Judicial Service exams. Our interactive classes with small faculty-student ratio help students to understand the concepts clearly and have ample time to solve their doubts. The detailed study material integrates the syllabus of the different states including both common Laws, state-specific and local Laws. Special focus is given to General Studies, Current Affairs and English and Hindi Languages. Bimonthly Current Affairs supplements provided to the students ensure that they are always updated with the recent developments around the world. Regular weekly tests help to reinforce the knowledge and measure the progress of students. At Vidhiwise, it is our consistent endeavor to not only prepare students for cracking the tough Judicial Service Exam but also impart them practical skills required for a judge. We help them to learn writing skills for judgments, framing charges, issues and notices so that they become eminent judges of their time.



The course gives the students a thorough plan for clearing the exam with focus on bare Acts for the preliminaries and conceptual study for the mains. An in-depth knowledge of the current affairs is given to the students for preparing for the Interview. The structures approach of the course helps students to get through the exam easily.

  • Duration of the Course: 12 months
  • Classroom Sessions: 2.30-4 hours/week from Monday to Friday.
  • Timings: Morning Batch: 09:00 am – 11:30 am
  • Afternoon Batch: 12:30 pm – 03:00 pm


The sections are well-prioritized in the course helping students to prepare for the important topics first. The course is not only result oriented but also gives students a thorough understanding of the concepts which stands them well in their judicial life later. Important concepts of Law covered under IPC, CRPC, CPC, and Evidence Act are also covered to help students do well in the Interview. Mock tests and Time Management are part of the course helping students to achieve success.

  • Duration of the Course: 12 months and 24 months (beginning from 1st Year of 3-year law graduation and 4th year of 5-year law graduation course)
  • Classroom Sessions: 5 – 6 hours/week on Saturday and Sunday.
  • Timings: 09:30am – 03:30pm.

(The content and quality of teaching is same as the Regular Foundation Course)

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