Bihar Civil Judge Junior Division / Judicial Magistrate First Class
Age Limit: The candidate must be between 22 to 35 years of age. Age relaxation may be provided for certain categories as per government rules.
Educational Qualification: The candidate must have a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) degree from a recognized university or institution. Additionally, they should be enrolled as an advocate or be eligible for enrollment as an advocate with the Bar Council of India or the State Bar Council.
The Bihar Judicial Magistrate First Class exam generally consists of three stages:
Preliminary Examination: This is an objective-type examination.
The exam typically consists of multiple-choice questions.
The subjects covered may include General Knowledge, English Language, Constitution of India, Code of Civil Procedure, Code of Criminal Procedure, Evidence Act, etc.
The preliminary examination serves as a screening test, and the marks obtained in this exam may or may not be counted for final selection.
Main Examination: The main examination is a written examination.
It usually consists of several papers, covering subjects such as General Knowledge, English Language, Hindi Language, Code of Civil Procedure, Code of Criminal Procedure, Evidence Act, Constitutional Law, etc.
The main examination is designed to assess the candidate’s knowledge of substantive and procedural laws.
Interview: Candidates who qualify the main examination are typically called for a personal interview.
The interview assesses the candidate’s personality, communication skills, legal knowledge, and suitability for the position of Judicial Magistrate.
The selection process for the Bihar Judicial Magistrate First Class exam generally involves the following steps:
Preliminary Examination: Candidates must qualify the preliminary examination by securing the minimum qualifying marks set by the conducting authority.
Main Examination: Candidates who qualify the preliminary examination are eligible to appear for the main examination. The marks obtained in the main examination are considered for the final selection.
Interview: Candidates who clear the main examination are typically called for a personal interview. The interview performance is an important factor in the final selection.
Final Merit List: The final selection is based on the candidate’s performance in the main examination and interview. A merit list is prepared, and candidates are selected in order of merit.
Please note that the exact details of the exam pattern, selection process, and eligibility may change over time. Therefore, it’s advisable to visit the official website or refer to the latest notification released by the conducting authority for the most accurate and updated information.