Bihar Judicial Service 2020: The exam date for Bihar Judicial Service 2020 prelims exam has been announced. The preliminary exam for BPSC Judicial Service 2020 is scheduled to be held on October 07, 2020. Bihar Public Service Commission has announced the event of the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination. The official notification is released on the website of the Commission i.e. bpsc.bih.nic.in for recruitment into 221 Civil Judge vacancies. BPSC selects eligible applicants through a preliminary exam, the main exam, and a final interview stage. Read this article to get the complete details of the Bihar Judicial Service 2020 examination.
Latest: Bihar Judicial Service 2020 List of 31 new eligible candidates has been added. Check below.
Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination is conducted by the Bihar Public Service Commission as per schedule. Selected candidates are to be appointed in 221 posts of Civil Judge. Check out the important dates related to the event below.
|Start of online registration||12 Mar 2020|
|End of online registration|
|Last date to pay exam fee|
|Last date of submitting application|
|Availability of admit card (prelims)||To be announced|
|Date of exam (prelims)|
07 Oct 2020
|Date of declaration results||To be announced|
Overview of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
Bihar Public Service Commission is conducting the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive exam as per schedule. There is a two-stage examination process followed by the final stage of the interview. Candidates are encouraged to go through this article to know the complete details of the Bihar Judicial Service 2020 recruitment event. Here is a brief overview of the exam for the convenience of our readers.
|Name of Exam||31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Exam|
|Conducting Body||Bihar Public Service Commission|
|Frequency||Once a year|
|Last Conducted in||2018|
|Minimum Eligibility||Degree in Law|
|Exam Fees||Rs 100/-|
|Mode of application||Online|
|Mode of exam||Offline|
Bihar Judicial Service 2020
Important Notice: List of 31 new eligible candidates – 31st Bihar Judicial Services (Preliminary) Competitive Examination
Bihar Public Service Commission has released a notice regarding the 31st Bihar Judicial Services (Preliminary) Competitive Examination at the official website.
Click here to check the list of 31 new eligible candidates for Bihar Judicial Service 2020
Prelims Exam Date Announced!
Bihar Public Service Commission has released a notice regarding the exam date of Bihar Judicial Service 2020 (Prelims). The Bihar Judicial Service (prelims) exam 2020 is scheduled to take place on October 07, 2020. Check official notice below.
Bihar Public Service Commission has released a notice regarding the certificate mark sheet to be filled in the application form of the Judicial Service 2020 Prelims Exam. Check the official notice below.
BPSC has released Corrigendim with regard to the advertisement of 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination. (Advt. No. 04/2020)
Eligibility Conditions Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The Commission has notified the minimum eligibility criteria for the 31st Bihar Judicial Service recruitment exam. Candidates must mandatorily conform to these standards to be eligible for the examination. Besides the limitations on age, the detailed requirement of minimum educational qualification is also notified. Check out all the details in this article.
The minimum and maximum age of the applicants are specified in the official notification. All applicants must have attained the age of 22 years as on August 01, 2019. The maximum age of the applicants must not be more than 35 years as on August 01, 2018.
Check out the relaxations applicable on the maximum age limit for candidates belonging to specific categories below
Extremely Backward Class
All candidates must have a degree in law awarded by an institution recognized by the Bar Council of India.
Application Process Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The application process for the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination is conducted online. Applications submitted through other modes are summarily rejected. Online applications can be submitted through the official website i.e. bpsc.bih.nic.in.
How to apply
The registration and application process for the examination is conducted online. Interested candidates must first register at the website to generate the Username and Password. However, one must first ensure that they conform to the eligibility standards before proceeding to apply.
The Username and Password can then be used to fill up the application form and submit it after the payment of application fee. Candidates must note that application form and payment of fees can be done only on the next day of registration post 11.00 am.
For candidates belonging to unreserved categories, the full examination fee of Rs 600/- is payable. Relaxations are only allowed for candidates belonging to reserved categories. Check out the details below.
Selection Process Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
Eligible applicants are selected through two stages of written examination i.e. preliminary & main exam and a subsequent interview stage. Candidates acquiring the minimum qualifying marks in the written examinations are eligible to appear in the final selection interview. During the final stage, the document verification process is also conducted where candidates are required to furnish all original documents for review.
Check out the list of documents to be produced during the interview stage below.
Exam Scheme & Pattern Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The examination is held in two stages viz. preliminary and main. The preliminary exam is for total marks of 250 while the main exam is for 1050 marks. Read about the scheme and pattern of exams below.
The preliminary exam is for two papers viz. General Studies and Law. The examination is to be conducted offline on OMR sheets. All questions are of the objective format. Check out the marks distribution in the preliminary exam below.
The main examination is for a total of 1050 marks distributed across five subjects of the compulsory part and three subjects from the optional part. The main examination is descriptive in nature and is conducted offline. Check out the marks distribution and subjects (compulsory & optional) from below.
Click here to practice with Bihar Judicial Service Previous Year Question Paper.
Admit Card Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
Admit cards for the various stages of the 31st Judicial Services Competitive Examination 2020 are released on the website as per schedule. The admit cards must be carried to the exam center along with any government-issued photo identity. Candidates are advised to monitor the website of the BPSC to know about the release of the admit card.
Please note the following important points related to the admit card of Bihar Judicial Service 2020.
- The admit card is not sent to individual candidates. It must be downloaded from the website.
- It is mandatory to produce the admit card at the exam center
- Admit card is released separately for each stage of the exam
- It is advised to keep the admit card preserved till at least the conclusion of all events of the recruitment.
Preparation Tips For Bihar Judicial Service 2020
Evidently, the syllabus of the Bihar Judicial Service exam is huge and there is a lot to cover within a limited time frame. Candidates must have a study plan to ensure that they are able to cover the preparations of each selected subject as per their preference. We have provided here some very useful preparation strategies for the exam.
1: At first, develop a study plan that includes proper timing and schedule to complete the studies for each paper/subject.
2: Study for the main exam first and at the same time, focus on the aspects that are important for the prelims. For example, the subject of General Knowledge and Current Affairs are common to both stages of the exam.
3: Prepare short notes about whatever you study. This is especially effective for subjects related to law.
4: Clear the basics and learn about the fundamentals so that you are able to answer questions that may be a little tricky.
5: Referring to previous year question papers can always be helpful. Similarly, one can also solve mock tests to excel in the exam.
Answer Key Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The answer keys are released for the preliminary exam which has an objective type paper. It contains all the correct answers to the questions asked in the exam. Therefore, candidates can compare their responses and the Commission ensures that the evaluation process is fair and unbiased through the release of the answer keys. Once the provisional keys are released at first, candidates are allowed to raise challenges. However this facility is provided only for a limited period of time. The Commission rectifies the answer key as per received objections and then the final answer key is released. The evaluation of the papers are done on the basis of the final answer keys.
Result Of Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The results of the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive exam are available on the official website as per schedule. The results are published after the exam is conducted for each stage. Furthermore, the final results are released after the final interview is conducted. Candidates shortlisted for subsequent stages of selection or final appointment are included in the merit lists released by the BPSC concerning the examination.
About Bihar Judicial Service 2020
The Bihar Public Service Commission is conducting the 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive exam in 2020. The purpose of the examination is to select and appoint suitable candidates into 221 vacant posts of Civil Judge. Eligible candidates are to be selected through two stages of written examination and a final interview process.
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Q1. What is the minimum educational qualification required?
Ans. A degree in law is required at the minimum level
Q2. How many vacancies are advertised for 2020?
Ans. 221 vacancies in total
Q3. What is the exam fee?
Ans. The exam fee is Rs 100