Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023 Check Vacancy List[155 Seats] & Exam Dates

Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023: The Bihar Judicial Services exam is conducted by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) to recruit for Civil Judges Posts. The recruitment process is based on prelims, main examinations, and interviews. The Bihar Judiciary Age Limit is between 22 to 35 years, so candidates will be eligible for the exam.

Bihar Judicial Services Exam 2023

Only the candidates who clear the preliminary exam will be eligible to appear for the main exam. Then, the candidates shortlisted in the mains exam will be eligible for the interview. There are a total of 155 vacancies for the post of Judicial Services.

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Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023Highlights

Full Exam Name Bihar Judicial Service Examination for Civil Judge Posts
Short Exam Name Bihar Judicial Service Examination
Conducting Body Bihar Public Service Commission
Frequency of Conduct Vacancy Based
Mode of Application Online
Application Fee (General) 600 Rs [Online]
Mode of Exam Offline
Number of Seats 155 Seats
Official Site

Bihar Judiciary Important Dates

Below tables shows the important dates related Bihar judiciary 2023 exam

Bihar Judiciary Important Dates

As per the notification Application process for the Bihar Judiciary has been started, check out the dates below.

Event  Dates
Starting date of Online Application February 27, 2023
Last Date of Online Application March 27, 2023
Last Date for Fee Payment March 27, 2023
Prelims Exam Date 4 June 2023 [Paper 1 – 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM & Paper 2 – 2:00 p.m.
by 4:00 p.m.]
Provincial Answer Key Release Date 13 July 2023
Final Answer Key Release Date To be Announced
Mains Exam Date To be Announced
Final Result To be Announced

Bihar Judiciary Eligibility Criteria 2023

Aspirants need to fulfill the eligibility criteria to apply for Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023.

 Bihar Judiciary Educational Qualification:

The candidate should have a degree in Law from an institution recognized by the Bar Council of India.

Bihar Judiciary Age Limit:

Minimum – 22 years

Maximum – 35 years

Age relaxation is applicable as per Government norms.

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Bihar Judiciary Exam Pattern 2023

The Bihar judicial services exam will be conducted in two phases such as prelims & mains respectively. Check Bihar judicial services exam pattern

Bihar Judiciary Prelims Exam Pattern 2023

Subjects Maximum Marks
General knowledge 100
Law 150

 Bihar Judiciary Mains Exam Pattern 2023

The Bihar Judiciary Mains exam consists of 5 compulsory papers. Among the 5 papers, General English and General Hindi will be qualifying in nature. Candidates should score 30 marks out of 100 marks in both papers to get their other papers evaluated. Also, there are 5 optional papers, among which the candidate should select any 3 papers.

Compulsory Papers

Subjects Marks
General Knowledge including Current Affairs 150
Elementary General Science 100
General Hindi 100
General English 100
Law of Evidence and Procedure 150

Optional Papers

Subjects Marks
Constitutional & Administrative Law of India 150
Hindu law and Muhammadan law 150
Law of Transfer of Property, Principles of Equity, Law of Trusts, and Specific Relief 150
Law of Contracts and Torts 150
Commercial Law 150

Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2023

Prelims Exam

  • General Knowledge
    • Current Affairs and Elementary General Science
  • Law
    • Law of Evidence and Procedure
    • Constitutional & Administrative Law of India
    • Hindu Law and Muhammadan Law
    • Law of Transfer of Property
    • Principles of Equity
    • Law of Trusts and Specific Relief
    • Law of Contracts and Torts
    • Commercial Law

Mains Exam

  • General Knowledge including Current Affairs
    • Indian history, culture
    • Geography of nature
  • Elementary General Science
  • General Hindi
    • Essay
    • Sentence Classification
    • Grammar
  • General English
  • Law of evidence and procedure
    • Indian evidence act (1 of 1872)
    • Civil procedure code (5 of 1908)
    • Arbitration and conciliation act, 1996
    • Code of criminal procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974)
    • Provincial small cause courts act, 1887

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Optional Subjects For Bihar Judiciary Exam 2021-22

  • Constitutional and administrative law of India
    • Constitution of India
      • Article 1 to 1395 and schedules
    • Administrative law of India
      • Delegated legislation
      • Control of delegated legislation-judicial and legislative
      • Fair hearing, rules of natural justice, rules against bias
      • Tribunals and quasi-judicial authorities, judicial control over them
      • Regulatory authorities
      • Judicial review of administrative action
      • Writ jurisdiction and statutory judicial remedies, scope, extent, and distinction
      • Public interest litigation
      • Tortious liability of state and compensation
      • Promissory estoppel, legitimate expectation, and the doctrine of proportionality.
      • Government contracts
      • Ombudsman
  • Hindu Law
  • Law of transfer of property, principles of equity, the law of trusts, and specific relief
    • Determination of trust
    • Remedies for breach of trust
    • Specific relief act, 1963 (act 47 of 1963)
    • Indian trust act (2 of 1882)
  • Law of Contracts and Torts
    • Law of Contracts
  • Act 9 of 1872 (Indian contract act)
  • Law of Torts
    • General principles of liabilities
    • Remedies, nuisances, injuries to persons
    • Assault, false imprisonment, injuries to domestic and contractual relations, wrongful dismissal, defamation, negligence
    • The rule in Rylands Vs. Fletcher deceit
    • Conspiracy
    • Malicious prosecution
  • Commercial Law
    • The main principles of law relating to
      • sales of goods
      • negotiable instruments
      • company law
      • partnership

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Bihar Judiciary Admit Card 2023

The Bihar Judiciary admit card will be issued in three stages for the Judiciary exam, namely, preliminary, mains exam, and Personal Interview.

Bihar Judiciary Prelims Admit Card 2023

The preliminary admit card will be issued only to those candidates who have successfully filled the application form. The candidates should log in to the website using their username and password. Bihar Judicial Services admit card consists of details like roll number, name, category, date of birth, gender, date and time of the exam, details of exam center. In case the candidate finds any mistakes in the admit card, he/she should inform the officials immediately about the correction.

Bihar Judiciary Mains Admit Card 2023

The mains admit card will be issued only to those candidates who qualify for the mains exam. The candidates should enter their registration id/login id and password to download the admit card. The details on the admit card will be roll number, name, gender, exam centers, etc. Candidates should carry the Bihar judiciary admit card to the exam hall.

Bihar Civil Judge Salary 2023

The pay structure for the Junior Civil Judge/First Class Magistrate whose starting pay is Rs 27,700 will now get Rs 77,840. The post of Senior Civil Judge starts with Rs 1,11,000 and that of the District Judge Rs 1,44,840. The highest pay for a District Judge will be Rs. 2,24,100.

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Bihar Judiciary Exam FAQs

Q). What is the Bihar Judiciary Vacancy for the year 2023?

A). According to the official notification, there are a total of 155 vacancies in Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023.

Q). When is the last date to apply for Bihar Judiciary Exam?

A). Initially, the last date for applying will be notified soon

Q). What is the Bihar Judiciary Exam 2023 date?

A). The Bihar Judiciary Exam date is not yet announced. It will be announced soon.

Q). What is the Bihar Judiciary Age Limit?

A). The candidates in the age limit of 21 to 35 years are eligible for the exam.

Q). What is the Bihar Judiciary Exam fee?

A). The exam fee is Rs. 100/-.

Q). What is the minimum educational qualification?

A). The candidate should have a degree in law at the minimum level.

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