Bihar Public Service Commission notified vide advt. no 4/2020 for Bihar 31st Judicial Services (Mains) Exam 2020
The BPSC has notified and invites online applications for Bihar Judicial Service (Mains) Exam are available at official website @ bpsc.bih.nic.in. This advertisement is issued on behelf of the Preliminary exam held on 06th December 2020. The last date to apply online is 18th March 2021. The Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) has published the complete schedule for the Bihar Judicial Service Mains Exam. BPSC found qualified 2379 eligible candidates through a preliminary exam, was held on 06th December 2020. Now, the recruitment conducting body has advertised for total 221 vacancies for 31st Bihar Judicial Services Competitive Examination.
The Bihar Public Service Commission has announced the dates to apply online for the mains examination of 31st Bihar Judicial Services. The BPSC conducts the Bihar Judicial Service Examination every year. The plan of the exam is based on three rounds 01) Preliminary Round, 02) Mains round, 03) Interview Round. The preliminary round is objective type question answer paper (MCQ based). The Main Paper is traditional descriptive type paper (Pen Paper Type). In this series the BPSC has conducted the Preliminary Exam for the recruitment of 221 vacancies to the post of Bihar Civil Judge on 06th December 2020. The result has already been released and 2379 candidates found qualified in the Prelims examination. Now the BPSC released the notification that the qualified candidates can apply online for the Mains exams from 19th February to 18th March 2021 and also shared their official link to apply online @ www.bpsc.bih.nic.in (Direct link in also available in the Important Links Area of the article)
Important Dates to Remember
|Important Events||Important Dates|
|Start date of Online Apply for Registration||05th May 2020|
|Last date of Online Apply for Registration||15th June 2020|
|Date of Preliminary Exam||06th December 2020|
|Start date for Apply Online for Mains exam||19th February 2021|
|Last date for Apply Online for Mains exam||18th March 2021|
|Last date to receive the Hard Copy of the application||25th March 2021|
|Exam Date for Mains exam for Bihar Judicial Service||Will be declare soon|
BPSC has already released and published the answer key for the preliminary exam of Bihar Judicial Service Exam 2020. The Link of the answer key is available at the Link Area in the blog. The candidate can go to the link and download the Answer key of the Bihar Judicial Service Preliminary Exam 2020.
Some Point to Know
01) The legal history of India has been recorded starting from the Vedic ages (1750–500 BCE).
02) Some of the Historian believe that the civil law system may have been in place during around 3000 BCE and the Indus Valley civilization.
03) The Secular system of law in India was found different from region to region and from ruler to ruler.
04) The History of Judicial system in India can be explained in to the four stages, as a) The Judicial System in India in Pre-Islamic invasion, b) The Judicial System in Medieval Age, c) The Judicial System in British Rule, d) The Judicial System of independent India.
05) The Judicial System is the oldest judicial system in the world.
06) Indian Judicial System history is found in the past when Manu and Brihaspati gave the Dharma Shastras, Narada gave the Smritis, and Kautilya gave the Arthshastra
07) The common law system was come in India with the British East India Company which was based on recorded judicial pattern.
08) In the year 1726 the British East India Company was granted a charter by King George I to establish “Mayor’s Court” in Madras, Bombay and Calcutta respectively.
09) Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer is known as the father of Judicial system of India.
10) In a federal government system, the judiciary system has to perform an important role as the guardian of the constitution.
11) There are some of the Salient Features of Judiciary system in India
a) One and Integrated Judicial System b) Independent Judiciary
c) Supreme Court of India is the highest authority of the judicial system of India.
d) The Supreme Court has the Right to Interpreter of the Constitution and also has a right to give the Judicial Reviews.
e) Supreme authority for the High Court of each states as well for the Joint High Courts.
f) The Supreme Court is also act as the Arbiter of the legal disputes between the Union Government and the States Government.
g) The Supreme Court is also act as the Guardian of the Fundamental Rights and much more.
Pattern of BPSC Judicial Service Mains Exam
|General Knowledge including current affairs||150|
|Elementary General Science||100|
|General English (qualifying in nature required 30 marks to qualify)||100|
|General Hindi(qualifying in nature required 30 marks to qualify)||100|
|Law of Evidence and Procedure||150|
|General Candidate||Rs. 750/- (Seven Hundred Fifty only)|
|SC/ST only for Bihar State||Rs. 200/- (Two Hundred Only)|
|Reserved/Unreserved Woman Candidates|
of Bihar State
|Rs. 200/- (Two Hundred Only)|
|Disabled Candidate (40% or more)||Rs. 200/- (Two Hundred Only)|
Important Links Area
|Official website of the BPSC||CLICK HERE|
|Official notification for 31st Bihar Judicial Service Mains Exam||CLICK HERE|
|Instructions to Apply Online for 31st Bihar Judicial Service||CLICK HERE|
|Important Notice for 31st Bihar Judicial Service||CLICK HERE|
|Download Answer Key of SET A/B/C/D for General Studies||CLICK HERE|
|Download Answer Key of SET A/B/C/D for Law||CLICK HERE|