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Chattisgarh Judicial Service
Civil Judge(Entry Level)

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Eligibility Criteria for Chhattisgarh Judicial Service Examination:

  1. Citizenship: The candidate must be a citizen of India

  2. Educational Qualification:A degree in law from any recognized University.

  3. Character and Health:

    • Candidates should have good character and be of sound health and mind.

    • They should be free from any disability that renders them unfit for such appointment.

 

Disqualification for Direct Recruitment:

Candidates will be disqualified for direct recruitment if they meet any of the following conditions:

  1. Multiple Spouses: Candidates who have more than one spouse living will be disqualified.

  2. Dismissal or Removal: Individuals who have been dismissed or removed from service by any High Court, Government, Statutory Authority, or Local Authority will not be eligible.

  3. Conviction and Debarment: Candidates who have been convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude or have been permanently debarred or disqualified by any High Court, Union Public Service Commission, State Public Service Commission, Services Selection Board, or Staff Selection Commission will be disqualified.

  4. Professional Misconduct: Those found guilty of professional misconduct under the provisions of the Advocates Act, 1961, or any other applicable law, will also be disqualified.

Age Limit Cutoff:

  • The candidate should have completed the age of 21 years.

  • The candidate should not have completed the age of 35 years on the first day of January of the next following year in which applications for appointment are invited.
     

Age Relaxation:

  • 5 year: For candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, or Other Backward Classes, the upper age limit is relaxable up to a maximum limit of 5 years.

  • 10 year: Women candidates belonging to each category, namely Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Classes, and General, are eligible for an upper age limit relaxation of up to a maximum limit of 10 years.

  • 3 year: Government servants, whether permanent or temporary, can avail of an additional 3 years of relaxation on top of the above-mentioned relaxations.
     

Additionally, candidates who were eligible in age to apply for appointment in any calendar year in which vacancies were notified, but recruitment proceedings could not be initiated, will still be eligible to appear in the following recruitment proceedings.

Chhattisgarh Judicial Service Examination Scheme:

The Chhattisgarh Judicial Service Examination is conducted in three parts to select candidates for judicial posts. The aim of the examination process is to identify highly qualified individuals for the Main Examination.

 

Preliminary Examination:

Important Note- 

  1. There will be no mark sheet issued for the Preliminary Examination, and the marks obtained in this examination will not be considered for the Main Examination.

  2. Candidates who qualify for the Main Examination are determined based on the merit, with the top candidates in a 1:10 ratio to the number of vacancies moving forward.


- Duration: 2 hours
- Total Marks: 100
- Number of Questions: 100 (Objective Type)
- Language: English and Hindi
- Subjects Covered:
   1. Indian Penal Code
   2. Code of Civil Procedure
   3. Code of Criminal Procedure
   4. Indian Evidence Act
   5. Constitution of India
   6. Transfer of Property Act
   7. Contract Act
   8. Limitation Act
   9. The Chhattisgarh Rent Control Act
   10. Court Fees Act
   11. Specific Relief Act
   12. Registration Act
   13. Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code
   14. The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
   15. The Chhattisgarh Excise Act, 1915

Main Examination (Written)

Important Note: - The relatively more meritorious candidates from the Preliminary Examination (in a 1:10 ratio) are called for the Main Examination (Written).


- Duration: 3 hours
- Total Marks: 100
- Subjects Covered:
   1. Framing of issues and writing of Judgement in Civil Cases (Maximum Marks - 40)
   2. Framing of charges and writing of Judgement in Criminal Cases (Maximum Marks - 40)
   3. Translation: English to Hindi (Maximum 10 marks)
   4. Translation: Hindi to English (Maximum 10 marks)

 

Viva-Voce:


- Maximum Marks: 15
- Candidates who performed well in the Main Examination (in a 1:3 ratio) are called for the Viva-Voce.

 

Minimum Qualifying Criteria for Viva-Voce:
- Unreserved category candidates must secure a minimum of 33% marks.
- SC/ST/OBC candidates must secure a minimum of 25% marks.

Final Selection Criterion:


- The final selection is based on the total marks obtained in the Main Examination (Written) and Viva-Voce.

  - The decision of the CGPSC regarding the selection process is final.

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