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Best Strategy to Prepare for Judicial Exam

Judiciary Exam is generally known as PCS (J) - Provincial Civil Service Judicial Examination. Aspirants who planning to appear in the upcoming recruitments related to this most prestigious post of Indian Judicial System then you are at the right path. Here, KLI (Kautilya Law Institute), guides you to get success to become a part of this system. The first step that needs to be taken is to select the desired state and apply for that and then study with a strategic approach to achieve your goal.

As we all know that, different states have their recruitment criteria which vary from state to state. So, there is a general overview given below to understand the pattern of this examination.


The Judicial Services Exams or PCS (J) is conducted in generally, three stages. They are:

  • 1. Preliminary Examination: Objective type questions

  • 2. Mains Examination: Subjective (written answers/descriptive)

  • 3. Interview: Evaluate personality, decision making power and prompt knowledge etc.

If you qualify all the three stages then you become a member of the subordinate judiciary.


Here, we provide you the best strategy to do preparation for judiciary exams in the best possible way:


Choose the States You Want to Appear For:

The first thing to do when you gear up your preparation for the PCSJ exam is to select the states you desire to appear for. Once you select, you can start studying accordingly for this most prestigious exam.


Select Online/Offline Coaching:

Kautilya Law Institute provide online/offline classes and crash course programs for particular states Judicial Services Exams. In which, we provide the exam oriented and dedicated sessions which are helpful for Prelims, Mains and Interview. For all states Judiciary, we provide comprehensive course structure in small batch sizes which are helpful to get personal interaction to each student by expert faculty members. We assure you to get success in a very short period of time.


Read Bare Acts:

Bare Acts are the primary source or the backbone of all state judiciary exams. They are the roots of every multiple-choice question, short and long answer question. For the best preparation for PCSJ, read bare acts thoroughly multiple times as you can. Make short notes for revision from the book or PDF.


Landmark Judgments:

You must make short notes of the landmark judgments and latest case laws of the last two years of the exams. These landmark judgement and case laws are also crucial for the current affairs section. They help you to write subjective answers to create impact on copy checker for generous marking.


Read Selective Books only:


When you are preparing for preliminary, then you have beware of the most famous and popular writers’ books to read which are not burdensome. Focus on major laws and current affairs to cover law sections thoroughly.


Here are the tips and tricks given below which are suggested by Judiciary Exam Toppers:

  • Have a planned framework and make a schedule to cover all the topics as per the syllabus

  • 10-12 hours of dedicated study is required

  • Focus on English and Hindi Language papers maximum

  • Focus on major Acts like CPC, CrPC, IPC, Constitution, Evidence Act, Personal Laws, Mercantile Laws, etc.

  • Do a good internship because experience adds a lot to the personality

  • Prepare well for interview which is basically an assessment for a suitable judge to assesses your ability, confidence, and commitment towards the position

  • Mostly, the interview is a mixture of legal and personal questions. It must be well prepared and focused on reaching the target.

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