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Libra Law Institute was founded for aspirants having a strong desire to join the coveted Judicial Services and contribute to public service. At Libra Law Institute, we prepare you for Judicial Services Exams from the beginning till your selection.
Libra Law Institute was founded for aspirants having a strong desire to join the coveted Judicial Services and contribute to public service....
Our Director Mrs. Suchitra Dubey, B.Sc., LL.B (Gold Medalist), M.A. (Merit Holder), has served as a Judge for more than 20 years,...
We have established an academically vibrant environment where a candidate feels comfortable and motivated at all times....
The library aims to play a proactive and important role in the teaching- learning process. We have all relevant law books in our collection....
The judiciary is one of the most important pillars of the Indian democratic system. From past few decades, we have observed that the judiciary has not only fulfilled its responsibilities, but also compelled legislature and executive to be on the right track.
The judiciary and judges are honored and celebrated in India. It is a deal of pride and privilege to serve as a judge. Every student of law, dreams to serve the judiciary. Due to partial/inadequate guidance, these young aspirants are left behind. We have established this institute to provide appropriate guidance, state of the art infrastructure and a scholarly environment for candidates to accomplish their dreams.
We value your time; therefore the course material developed by our faculty is precise and relevant from the examinations' point of view. Our committed team meticulously updates the course as per every exam. Any amendment in the law, change in exam pattern and latest Supreme Court/High Court rulings, the course structure and methodology is up-to-date. Just come to us with the right mindset, and we will provide you the rest.
Post Name: Civil Judge (Class II) Educational Qualification: Degree of Law from any recognized Institute/University. Age Limit: 21 years to 35 years *The age limit may...
Post Name: Additional District Judge Educational Qualification: Degree of Law from any recognized Institute/University. Other Qualifications: He/she has practiced...
Post Name: Assistant District Prosecution Officer Educational Qualification: Degree of Law from any recognized Institute/University. Other Qualifications: He/she...
This course is for candidates appearing in the Judicial Services Examination (CJ) and Higher Judicial Services Examination (ADJ). Upon clearing the preliminary examination, a...
This course is structured and formulated for candidates who want gain in-depth knowledge of law and develop professional skills. A person, at times, due to inadequate guidance or...
Our faculty consists of Retired Judges, Eminent Jurists and Renowned Professors.
As our candidates come from various parts of the country, we understand the necessity to find a home away from home. We have done the work for you. We made tie-ups with multiple property owners, ranging from low to high prices where no broker-ship is involved. You will get an accommodation (Single Room / PG / 1 BHK / 2 BHK) within a radius of 100 meters from the institution. These spaces are at nominal rent, secured, peaceful, near the market, without restrictions and equipped with all the basic amenities. We value your time and future, and will aid you with everything to achieve your goals.
A person who has completed his LL.B. or B.A.LL.B degree can appear in Judicial Services Examination conducted by different States. What is the minimum and maximum age limit for entry level Judicial Services Exam?
It vary State to State however in general , the lower age limit is 21 yrs. and upper age limit is 32 years.
Following are subjects that are common for almost all the State Judicial Services Exam:-
1. Constitution Of India
2. Indian Penal Code
3. Criminal Procedure Code
4. Indian Evidence Act
5. Civil Procedure Code
6. Limitation Act
7. Law of Arbitration
8. Specific Relief Act
9. Indian Partnership Act
10. Indian Contract Act
In some States , General Studies is also a paper for which one has to study Current Affairs as well as books relating to General Studies. Past year Papers are also very helpful for securing success in the Judicial Services Exam.
In some States , there are certain local laws and Acts which a person has to mandatorily study for that respective State. For e.g. in Delhi Judicial Services exam , ‘Delhi Rent Control Act’ is a compulsory paper.
High Court of the concerned States from time to time invites application for filling up the vacancy of the posts in Higher judicial Services.
Pay scale of Rs.51550-1230-58930-1380-63070
Age Limit - A person must have attained the age of 35 years and should not be above the age of 45 years.
Eligibility Criteria –
1. Must be a Citizen of India.
2. Must be an Advocate of not less than seven years standing as on the first day of January 2015.
3. Prosecuting Officer / Assistant Prosecuting Officers are also treated to be an Advocate and eligible as per the Judgment of Hon’ble Supreme Court in Civil Appeal No. 561 of 2013, Deepak Agarwal Vs. Keshav Kaushik & Others.
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.
Over 150 successfully placed Judges, our achievements speak volumes. Our rigorous hard work and determined faculty have achieved a distinguished success rate. We intend to work with you on every step to build your future and achieve excellence.