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Chahal Judicial Academy

JOIN US AT  KUNDLI, SONIPAT (HARYANA) TO BECOME A JUDGE / MAGISTRATE

NEW OPENING 2019

45 POSTS OF DELHI JUDICIAL SERVICE 2019 (GC-6, SC-12, ST-27)

APPLY FROM 2 AUGUST TO 2 SEPTEMBER 2019

PRELIMINARY EXAM (OBJECTIVE TYPE) ON 22 SEPTEMBER 2019, SUNDAY

AGE NOT MORE THAN 32 YEARS

PRILIMS- MAINS- VIVA VOCE.

WEBSITE; www.delhihighcourt.nic.in

The Judges and Judicial Officers for various states are recruited through the competitive examinations conducted within the state. The pattern of competitive examination and the syllabus is generally decided by the High Court of the State. Judicial Service examinations for Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan and Punjab occur frequently and are preferred by law graduates of Delhi and Haryana to  become Civil Judges and Metropolitan Magistrates etc. Opportunities are also open for entering through competitive examination into Higher Judiciary for District Judge directly, for the advocates having 7 years of practice in courts and age above 34 years. 

The exam for Delhi  is Known as Delhi Judicial Service Exam (age 21-32 LLB) and for Haryana it is termed as Haryana Civil Services (Judicial) Exam (age 21-40 LLB).

Posts are mainly advertised from January to June, for all states of India, for which recruitment is done.

Other prominent posts in Judiciary are known as under:  

1. Magistrate

2. Sub-Magistrate /Munsiif Magistrate

3. Solicitors

4. Attorney General

5. Advocate General

6. Public Prosecutor

7. Notary

8. Oath Commissioner

9. Legal Assistants.

10. Superintendent Legal

11. Assistant Legal Advisor

12. Deputy Advisor

13. Additional Legal Advisor

14. Joint Secretary & Legal Advisor

15. Central Government Advocates in Mumbai, Delhi & Kolkata

16. Legal Secretaries to Assemblies

17. Legal Assistants in Railway

18. Staff in the Registrar of Companies

19. Legal Assistants/Law Officers and Legal Advisors in banking institutions

20. Presidency Magistrates

21. Law Inspectors

22. Government Advocates

23. Judicial Members of Income Tax, Sales Tax and Excise Departments

24. Assistant Government Advocates

THE ACADEMY

To Become a JUDGE

Chahal Judicial Academy is India's well-known Academy for preparing candidates for the Judicial Services Examination at all the three levels - Preliminary Test, Main Examination and Personality Test wherever applicable. The Academy has been founded in 2012 by the Chahal Group of Institutions comprising of highly qualified and experienced educationist and bureaucrats. Its inception has helped students to enter the Judicial Services of Delhi, Haryana and Rajsthan etc. with affordable fees proportionate to their pecuniary resources in hand. Deserving candidates are eligible to get scholarships of the academy in the form of considerable fee concessions.

The teaching faculty of the Academy has been drawn from highly qualified and experienced tutors and highly placed jurists and bureaucrats of the Central Universities and the government. To prepare the reading material, the Academy has an exclusive centre which employs all the latest techniques of education to cater fully to the needs of the candidates.

To Become Best Practicing Lawyers for Direct Entry into Higher Judiciary

The Academy is widely  used by Interns and Students of LLB to get practical knowledge for Practicing best of Advocacy in Courts and with Very Renowned Law Firms of India. Practical knowledge from preparation of complaints and plaints for filling in courts to the final outcome of the matter is taught. How to file and where to file an application is taught. Mute Courts are held to get exposure for addressing the courts with a command on Spoken English. The Target of such Advocates remains to enter directly in Higher Judiciary (i.e.District judge or a High Court Judge).

Judicial words and phrases and the latest rulings of the Apex court are made available on their tips along with a personality development course to enable them know the etiquettes and body language while addressing the courts effectively. 
 

It also serves those who want to take coaching for appearing in the entrance examinations to take admission in LLB Course of reputed institutions. Coaching for best of learning of Law is also taken by them. Admission remains open during the entire year but is confirmed only on passing of a test with a specified percentage of Marks. Scholarship is offered to the high scorers.

Coaching for Bar Council Examination for registration is also provided. 

About Us

Chahal Judicial Academy is the premiere institute established by the Chahal Group of Institutions,now functioning from CHAHAL COMPLEX NARELA ROAD, PIAO MANIARI, KUNDLI, SONIPAT (HARYANA) 131028, Phone 9871891602. primarily to serve those who deserve to enter as officers (Judges and Magistrates etc.) into Judicial Service, but cannot afford to pay the hefty fees for coaching. It imparts best training to Practice best advocacy in courts and to prepare them for Direct Entry into Higher Judiciary. The dreams of many students who wish to achieve the intended honorable status remain unfulfilled because of lack of funds demanded by the institutes as fees for the proper guidance. If they are motivated and are trained well to prepare for the competitive exams, there is no doubt that they will be enjoying a successful life. With the view of helping thousands of students to realize their dreams come true, Chahal Judicial Academy has been founded in the year 2012.

THE PLACE OF FUNCTIONING

The Academy, at present imparts coaching and  guidance at C-201 Dholadhar Apartment, KUNDLI, SONIPAT (HARYANA) 131028, Phone 9871891602.

Courses and Duration

Prelim-cum-Main course for State Judiciary commences at the start of every quarter of the year. The subjects taught under this course are General Studies, English and Law. Minimum desirable duration of course at academy is 6 months. However aspirants are advised to plan at least 2 years before the examination for judiciary for easy cracking and success without stress.

In the first week of a quarter of  every year, we begin  new batches for the exam course.

Entry to the professional courses of Advocacy is also on quarterly basis. It is best to devote minimum 12 months before passing LLB and get minimum 6 months before registering as advocate with a Bar Council successfully after passing the mandatory test for registration with the Bar council as told by the expert Mr.Gurman Chahal Advocate..

Delhi Judicial Services Exam Pattern:
 

The examination will be conducted in three phases:

Phase I – Preliminary Exam
Phase II – Mains Exam (Written)
Phase III – Viva Voce

Phase I – Preliminary Examination

  • You will face the Preliminary exam first, which is an objective test of 200 marks.
  • This will act as a screening test.
  • The questions will be based on the following subjects –
    • Aptitude
    • General Knowledge
    • Candidates Power of expression
    • English
    • Constitution of India
    • Code of Civil Procedure
    • Code of Criminal Procedure
    • Indian Penal Code
    • Contract Act
    • Partnership Act
    • Principles Governing Arbitration Law
    • Specific Relief and Limitation Act
    • Evidence act

Phase II – Mains Examination

Section

Subject

Max
Marks

I

GK  &
Language

250

II

Civil Law-I

200

III

Civil Law-II

200

IV

Criminal Law

200

 

Section I – General Knowledge & Language

This will test your knowledge of Current Affairs, how updated you are with all the happenings around the world.

Sec. No

Name

Subjects

Max.
Marks

I

General
Knowledge

Current
Affairs

100

II

Language

Essay, Translation
& Precis Writing

150

 

You can brush up on your General Knowledge here.

Language

  • This is to test your knowledge and power of expression in English.
  • There will be Negative Marking.
  • You will be given two passages for translating from English to Hindi (in Devanagari Script) and vice versa.

Click here to get tips on Essay Writing by Experts

Section II – Civil Law I

You will be asked questions based on the Indian Contract Act, Indian Sale of Goods Act, Indian Partnership Act, Specific Relief Act, Hindu Law, Mohammadan Law, Delhi Rent Control Act and Law of Torts.

Section III – Civil Law-II

You will be asked questions based on Civil Procedure Code, Law of Evidence, Law of Limitation & Law of Registration.

Section IV – Criminal Law

You will be asked questions based on Criminal Procedure Code, Indian Penal Code & Indian Evidence Act.

**Minimum marks are 40% in written paper and aggregate of 50% to qualify for Viva Voce. Relaxation of 5% each has been made for SC/ST/PwD.

Phase III – Viva Voce :

  • Viva Voce (Interview) will carry 150 marks.
  • You need to score at least 50 % (Relaxable by 5% for RC) to qualify.
  • Aggregate of the marks obtained by you in both Viva and Written exam will determine your position.

 

Fee Structure      

SUBJECTS (Package)

FEE ( in Rs.)

Preliminary 

12,000/-

Pre-cum-Main 
Along with Law 

30,000/-

Judicial Mains only

18,000/-

Professional Advocacy Course per quarter

6,000/-

Contact Us

Visit personally to Chahal Judicial Academy,at CHAHAL COMPLEX NARELA ROAD, PIAO MANIARI, KUNDLI, SONIPAT (HARYANA) Phone 9871891602 for queries and registration.

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