PCS (J) Study Notes

  • MP High Court HJS Recruitment 2022 PCS J Judiciary

    MP High Court HJS Recruitment 2022 Applications are being invited for 12 posts in MP High Court HJS Recruitment 2022 in the pay scale of Rs. 51550-1230-58930-1380-63070 (Pre revised) in the cadre of Higher Judicial Service by Direct Recruitment from...

    Last updated on December 28th, 2022 03:33 pm
  • Difference between Rule of Law & Administrative Law | PCS Judiciary Study Notes

    Difference between Rule of Law & Administrative Law The rule of law is a cornerstone of administrative law theory. One of the concepts that slowed down the maturation of Administrative Law was this one. Yet another bit of irony is...

    Last updated on December 22nd, 2022 02:34 pm
  • Right to Constitutional Remedies | PCS Judiciary Study Notes

    Right to Constitutional Remedies In India, everyone has the legal right to file a petition in the Supreme Court for protection of their basic rights. Article 32 of the Constitution guarantees access to the Supreme Court for this purpose, while Article 226...

    Last updated on December 22nd, 2022 02:35 pm
  • Trial by Sessions Court | PCS Judiciary Study Notes

    Trials by Sessions Court Cases are assigned to either Sessions Court or Magistrate Court according to the I schedule of the Criminal Procedure Code (Cr.P.C). Sessions Court is a type of District Court with criminal jurisdiction. It is important to...

    Last updated on December 22nd, 2022 02:36 pm
  • What is Hijab Ban Row? | PCS Judiciary Study Notes

    Hijab Ban Row The matter of hijab ban escalated when 6 female students at Udupi's Government PU College for Girls were barred from attending classes while wearing the hijab. After this the students staged a protest. Consecutively the students filed...

    Last updated on December 22nd, 2022 02:37 pm
  • Indian Citizenship | PCS (J) Study Notes

    Indian Citizenship A person is considered a citizen if they are recognized by the law as being a citizen of a sovereign state or a member of a nation. According to the Constitution, citizenship is a matter that falls under...

    Published On October 14th, 2022
  • Doctrine of Separation of Power | PCS (J) Study Material

    Doctrine of Separation of Power Federal and democratic states can model their governance after the separation of powers. In accordance with this principle, the state is split into the legislative, executive, and judiciary branches, each of which has its own set...

    Published On October 13th, 2022
  • Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation | PCS (J) Study Notes

    Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation As a result of historical practise or an express commitment made by the relevant authority, a person may have a legitimate expectation of being treated in a particular way by administrative authorities. Legal theory that holds...

    Published On October 13th, 2022
  • What is Hate Speech? Judicial Services Preparation Notes

    Introduction The term "hate speech" is used to describe statements that incite bigotry towards a specific group, which can be a community, religion, or race. There may or may not be meaning to this speech, but either way, it will...

    Published On October 10th, 2022
  • Rule against Accumulation | PCS (J) Study Notes

    Rule against Accumulation The policy of law is to prevent storage of wealth for an unreasonable period by devices calculated to thwart the flow of properties through the normal channels of transfer and succession. This policy developed the rule against...

    Published On October 7th, 2022