Bihar Judicial Service Exam 2020 : Online Application Last Date extended visit
Download Official Notification NB-2020-03-09-02 Notification BPSC
Bihar Judiciary Notification PDF, Application process, Exam Dates, Eligibility Criteria, Exam Pattern, Syllabus and Cut off Marks.
BPSC Bihar Judicial Service Exam 2020:
Bihar Public Service Commission has recently released the official notification for the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Exam at bpsc.bih.nic.in for the total vacancies for the recruitment of judicial officers , the civil judges are 221 .
The online application process began since 5 May 2020 and now has been extended till 15 June 2020.Now the students who are interested and comes under the eligible criteria of the exam can apply online on the given link .
The detailed information about the BPSC Exam is as following :
Application process :
Fill the form by click on the link given
Complete Online Application Process for BPSC Judicial Service Prelims Exam
To fill the form follow the given steps :
1: Visit BPSC official website http://www.bpsc.bih.nic.in/Default.htm
2: Click on the Apply online option and the click on B.P.S.C online application
3.Fill all the relevant details such as name, address, educational qualifications and other details
4: Upload scanned passport size photograph and signature in the required format and size
5: Complete application fee payment
Important Dates :
1. Start of Online Registration & Application – 5 June
2.Last Date of Application Process – 15 June
3.Issue of admit card – June 2020
4.Bihar Judicial Service Prelims Exam Date – July 2020
5.Bihar Judicial Service Mains Exam Date – September 2020
BPSC Judicial Service Admit Card
The admit card will be available on the official website of BPSC two weeks before the exam. Admit card will be released once the BPSC evaluate all the application received for the judicial service exam 2020. Candidates need to visit the official website, click on the admit card link, fill in the required user credentials and download their admit card.
BPSC Judicial Service Selection Process 2020
The BPSC Judicial Service Exam is like the other public service examination conducted by other states or like UPSC civil service exam is conducted in three phases generally.
BPSC Judicial Service Exam Pattern 2020
BPSC Judicial services Prelims Exam : Prelims exam is conducted with two papers and marks allotted will be 100 marks for paper 1 and 150 marks for paper 2
Paper 1 – General Studies
Paper 2 – Law
BPSC Judicial Service Mains Exam :
1.General Knowledge including current affairs – 150 Marks
2.Elementary General Science – 100 Marks
3.General Hindi – 100 Marks
4.General English – 100 Marks
5.Law of Evidence and Procedure – 150 Marks
*General Hindi and English are qualifying
For Mains Exam, candidates need to choose 3 subjects out of the following five optional subjects:
Constitution and Administrative Law of India,Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law,Law of Transfer of Property and Principle of Equity, Law of Trust and Specific Relief,Law of Contract and Torts,Commercial Law
BPSC Judicial Service Interview 2020
Candidates who qualify the Mains Exam will be called for personal interview round, which carries 100 marks. Candidates need to score minimum 35% marks in the interview to make it to the Merit List.
BPSC Judicial Service Syllabus 2020
Prelims Syllabus :General Knowledge including current affairs,Elementary General Science,Law of Evidence and Procedure,Constitutional and Administrative Law of India ,Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law,Law of Transfer of Property,Principles of Equity,Law of Trusts and Specific Relief,Law of Contracts and Torts, Commercial Law
BPSC Judicial Service Result 2020
Once the two phases of examination will be conducted the BPSC will ask the qualified candidates to attend the third phase that is interview and after interview the final result will be available on the result section of BPSC official website
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BPSC Judicial Service Cut Off 2020
The general criteria of judicial service exam cut of is for General 45% for SC/ST and other backward classes its 40% specially for female candidates 5% less marks is followed