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Judiciary examination is known as the PCS (J)- Provincial Civil Service-Judicial Exam. It is for law graduates who want to become a member of the subordinate judiciary. The members of the subordinate judiciary are elected by The state Govt. under the supervision of the respective high court. The candidates of the PCS(J) examination were appointed on the basis of their performance.

Excellent perks and privileges are offered in Judiciary services. The judiciary exam is known as one of the toughest government examinations in India. Many candidates appear for this exam every year, but very few are capable of getting this opportunity. However, if you are ready to give your best to prepare for the judiciary exam, then you can join our Apex Legal Institute to prepare for the exam. We provide the best judiciary coaching in Chandigarh.

Who is eligible to appear in the judicial exam?

A candidate has to fulfil the following eligibility criteria to give the judiciary examination.

  • The age limit to give the judiciary exam is between 21 to 42 years.
  • The applicants must be an LLB graduates. The candidates in their Final-year are also eligible to apply in the judiciary examination.
  • No working experience as a lawyer is essential to apply in this examination. But the candidates must be enrolled as an Advocate under the Advocates’ Act 1961.

Best judiciary coaching in Chandigarh

Experienced lawyers with 7 years of litigating practice are eligible for the higher judiciary services. The candidates who want to get a job in a higher judiciary service have to give a competitive examination. After clearing the Higher Judiciary Services examination, the applicants will be posted as additional district judges.

Examination pattern of the Judiciary Exam

The best judiciary coaching in Chandigarh is here to guide the candidates for the judiciary of exam. Our law coaching institute is known for providing the best Judiciary coaching in Chandigarh. We prepare each candidate according to the syllabus and exam pattern. However, the candidates must go through the exam pattern before they start preparing for the examination.

Different stages of Judiciary examination

There are three stages of judicial examination-

Preliminary exam: This exam is carried out to filter out the candidates before the main examination. In prelims, the exam paper consists of objective type questions.

Main Exam: The candidates of prelims who qualified for the exam are eligible to attempt the main exam. The question paper of the main examination will be subjective type. There will be four papers in the main examination. The marks secured in the main examination by the candidate will be considered for final selection in the interview. According to the number of vacancies, Only three times of the candidates will be called for the interview.

Personal Interview: This is the last and final stage of the selection process for the judicial services. The final candidates are selected on the basis of their personality, general interest, and intelligence, among other factors.

Why should you choose Judiciary Coaching in Chandigarh?

Apex Legal Institute provides the best PCS (J) coaching in Chandigarh. Our Legal Coaching institute is known for its quality in education.We have the ability to prepare candidates for judiciary examinations in a perfect way. Our faculty gives their best to prepare the candidates for the Judiciary exam.

Apex Legal Institute's key features:-


Director Mrs.R.Verma (Advocate) of Apex Legal Institute Chandigarh has around 15 years experience of LAW field and has successfully offered several courses for law entrance and competitive exam aspirants. Our students get the best ranks in the exams.

Excellent Teaching Staff

Our highly qualified staff put a lot of emphasis on finding new teaching methodologies to help each study effectively for their exams. They will make your basic knowledge strong and give you essential tips to crack your exam.

Attentive and Supportive Classes

We focus on each student attentively and also provide doubt and question-answer sessions for them. Anyone can take group or individual extra classes to clear their previous topics.

Relevant Study Material

We always provide study matter written by our own notes, recommend books which is highly recommended by Advocates ,Professors & Principals.

Why we are the best judiciary coaching institute in Chandigarh?

You will get the best study material: we provide the best study material to our candidates so that they can prepare themselves in the best possible way for the judiciary exam. We provide the best own notes, available books, previous year question papers, practice material, mock tests etc.

Conduct regular tests: we conduct tests after every topic is covered so that we can check the performance of the candidates. The main reason why we take the regular tests is that through these tests, we can analyse the student’s strengths and weak points, and then we work on their weak points and build them all-rounder in all subjects. By taking these tests, candidates also can analyse themselves and give them an opportunity to overcome their weak and loose areas.

Communication Skills: We organise debates, moot courts, quiz competitions for our students, which helps them enhance their skills in the practical world. These things are important whether you want to be a judge, litigation, journalism in the legal field, cooperate world, legal firms.

Preparation tips for Judiciary Exam

Apex Legal Institute is known as the top judiciary coaching in Chandigarh. Most of the students prefer to join a coaching academy for the judiciary exam. If you are one among those and willing to qualify for the exam, then you can join our judiciary services coaching in Chandigarh.

We will provide you with proper guidance and prepare you for the exam. However, you also have to put in efforts from your end to prepare for the examination. Here are some useful preparation tips that you can follow to prepare for the judiciary services exam.

Some Key Tips to crack Judiciary Exam

  • Revising the Bare Acts daily.
  • Focus on ‘May’ and ‘Shall’ in Bare Acts. Focus on places where the use of ‘May’ or ‘Shall’ makes a difference.
  • Make a list of important sections and chapters of Bare Acts to revise later.
  • Read the landmark judgments & latest case laws of the last two years before appearing for the judiciary exam.
  • Revise all the topics on a daily basis.
  • Practice MCQ question.
  • Follow the timetable strictly.
  • Do not pressurise yourself too much
  • Take a proper diet and nutrition.
  • Take breaks to relax your body and mind.



The preliminary exam shall be objective. There will be 125 multiple-choice questions, each carrying four options, out of which you need to select one most probable answer. The preliminary shall be a total of 500 marks, each question carrying 4 marks. There will be a negative marking of 0.80 marks for every wrong answer in the Haryana Judiciary Preliminary exam.

The minimum qualifying marks for the general category are 150 and in the case of the reserved category, it is 100. The selection shall be based on a merit list prepared by the commission after the result.

Syllabus for Haryana Preliminary and Mains

The syllabus for preliminary is the same for the mains examination as well. In the preliminary exam, the questions will be from both law and general studies.

Haryana Judiciary General Studies Include:

  1. Current events (national and international).
  2. Indian legal system.
  3. Constitutional history and governance.

The law subjects written down are classified as per the mains exam papers. The same subjects need to be prepared for the Haryana Judiciary preliminary exam as well.

Haryana Judiciary Civil Law – Paper 1

  1. Civil Procedure Code.
  2. Punjab Courts Act.
  3. Indian Contract Act.
  4. Sales of Goods Act.
  5. Indian Evidence Act.
  6. Indian Partnership Act.
  7. Specific Relief Act.
  8. Haryana Urban (Control of Rent and Eviction) Act.

Haryana Judiciary Civil Law – Paper 2

  1. Hindu Law
  2. Muslim Law
  3. Registration Act
  4. Limitation Act
  5. Customary Law

Haryana Judiciary Criminal Law – Paper 3

  1. Indian Penal Code.
  2. Criminal Procedure Code.
  3. Indian Evidence Act.

Haryana Judiciary English Language – Paper 4

  1. Essay of about 1000 words.
  2. Precis writing.
  3. Words and phrases.

Haryana Judiciary Hindi Language – Paper 5

  1. Passage translation: English to Hindi.
  2. Passage translation: Hindi to English.
  3. Composition, idioms and corrections.

Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services Syllabus

Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services

  • Phase 1 –Himachal Pradesh Judicial ServicesPrelims examination is of objective type.
  • Phase 2 – Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services Mains exam is of written type.
  • Phase 3 – Himachal Pradesh Judicial Services Interview


The preliminary examination shall be an objective type examination consisting of three papers of100 Markseach. The syllabus for the preliminary examination shall as follows –


Each paper shall be of one-hour duration and the examination of all three papers will be on the same day. The syllabus for preliminary examination shall be the same as provided for Paper 1 ,2 & 3 of the mains examination.



  • Code of Civil Procedure
  • Indian Evidence Act
  • Indian Stamp Act
  • Himachal Pradesh Courts Act, 1976
  • Specific Relief Act


  • Indian Contract Act
  • Hindu Law
  • Indian Limitation Act
  • Transfer of Property Act
  • H.P. Urban Rent Control Act.


  • Indian Penal Code
  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Chapter — XVII (sections 138 to 143) of the Negotiable Instruments Act
  • H.P. Excise Act-2011 as Applicable to the State of H.P.
  • Wild Life Protection Act and
  • Indian Forest Act.


A Choice from three Essays on General Subjects.

  • ESSAY: 100 Marks
  • Translation of Hindi Passage into English: 50 Marks


Hindi (in Devnagri Script); no books prescribed. The paper of Hindi will comprise of the following:

  • Translation of English passage into Hindi(30 marks)
  • Essay in Hindi on any topic out of three(50 marks)
  • Composition (idioms and corrections etc.)(20 marks)



The examination scheme for recruitment to the cadre of Civil Judge shall consist of:

  • l. Preliminary Examination (Objective Type)
  • ll. Main Examination (Sub.jective Type)
  • lll. lnterview.

Preliminarv Examination :- The Preliminary Examination shall be an objective type examination in which 70% weightage will be given to the subjects prescribed in syllabus for Law Paper,l and Law paper- , and 30% weightage shall be given to test proficiency in Hindi and English language. The maximum marks for Preliminary Examination shall be 100 in which number of questions to be asked shall also be 100. However, there shall be no negative marking for wrong answers in Preliminary Examination. The Preliminary Examination shall be conducted on OMR Answer Sheets. The duration of Preliminary Examination shall be of 2 hours. The marks obtained in the Preliminary Examination shall not be counted for determining final merit.

Syllabus for Preliminary Examination.

  • 1.Law : Same as prescribed for Law Paper l & II for Main Examination
  • 2. Hindi Proficiency
  • 3.English Proficiency:
  • i. Tenses
  • ii. Articles and Determiners
  • iii. Phrasal Verbs and idioms
  • iv. Active & Passive Voice
  • iv. Co-ordination & Subordination
  • v. Direct and indirect Speech
  • vi. Modals expressing various concepts- (Obligation, Request, Permission, Prohibition, intention, Condition, Probability, Possibility, Purpose, Reason, Companions, Contrast)
  • vii. Antonyms and Synonyms.

Main Examination:-

The Main Examination shall consist of following

Law Paper (l)- Code of Civil Procedure,1908, The Constitution of lndia, tndian Contract Act, 1872, The lndian Evidence Act, L872, The Limitation Act, 1963, The Specific Relief Act, 1963, The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, lnterpretation of Statues, The Ra.iasthan Rent Control Act, 2001, Order/Judgment WritinB. l-aw Paper

(ll)- The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, The Indian Evidence Act, 1,972, The Indian penal Code, 1860, The Juvenile Justice (Care and protection of Children) Act, 2015, The Negotiable lnstruments Act, 1881 (Chapter XV ), The probation of Offenders Act, 1958, Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005, The lndecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1986, The protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012, The Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (prevention, prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013, Framing of Charge /Judgment Writing.

Language- (a) Paper-l Hindi Essay

Essay Writing in Hindi Language.

(b) Paper-ll English Essay writing

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