The MP Judiciary Recruitment Process has been started. To prepare for the exam, applicants search for several options online and offline both. As the MP Judiciary Exam Date is released on the official website of the MP High Court, here in this article, applicants will get detailed information about the MP Judiciary Books to prepare for the exam.
MP Judiciary Books List 2021
- The MPHC releases the MP Judiciary Online Form. The last date to fill the MPHC Online Form is 5th November 2020.
- There are three phases of the MP Judiciary Exam- Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam, and Interview (Vice-Voce).
- To prepare for the exam, applicants can also help with the MP Judiciary Mock Test Series available on the internet.
- For each stage of the exam, aspirants can see the various MP Judiciary Preparation Books below in this article.
MP Judicial Preparation Books 2021
We have mentioned the list of famous Books for MP Judiciary for both Prelims and Mains Exams. Candidates can prefer these MP Judiciary Books to prepare for the MP Judicial Services Exam.
MP Judiciary Prelims Exam Book
In the table, the books are mentioned for the Papers asked in the Prelims Exam of the MPHC-
|Subject||Name of the Book||Author|
|Introduction to the Constitution of India||Durgadas Basu|
|Constitution of India (with Supplement 2016)||V. N. Shukla|
|Indian Polity for Civil Services Examination||M. Laxmikant|
|The Constitutional Law of India||Dr. J.N.Pandey|
|Series-12 Indian National Movement & Constitutional Development||Pratiyogita Darpan|
|Civil Procedure Code||Civil Procedure (CPC) with Limitation Act, 1963||C.K.Takwani (Thakker)|
|The Key To Indian Practice (A Summary Of The Code Of Civil Procedure)||Sir Dinshaw Mulla|
|Indian Contract Act||Property Law||Poonam Pradhan Saxena|
|The Transfer of Property Act||S.N. Shukla|
|The Transfer of Property Act||R.K. Sinha|
|The Key to Indian Practice||Sir Dinshaw Mulla|
|Specific Relief Act||Law of Contract & Specific Relief||Dr. Avtar Singh|
|Limitation Act||Bare Act||J.D. Jain|
MP Judiciary Mains Books
Check the list of the MP CG Judiciary Mains Books for the candidates who are preparing for the MP Judiciary exam for the post of Civil Judge in MP High Court-
|Subject||Name of the Book||Author|
|Indian Penal Code||Commentary on the Indian Penal Code||Gaur K.D.|
Indian Penal Code (With the Criminal Law (Amendment) Act, 2018
|P.S.A. Pillai’s Criminal Law||Rattan Lal & Dhiraj Lal|
|Criminal Law||R.V. Kelkar’s Lectures on Criminal Procedure||Dr. K.N. Chandrasekharan Pillai|
|Criminal Procedure Code||R.V. Kelkar|
|Indian Evidence Act||Law of Evidence||Vepa P.Sarathi & Abhinandan Malik|
|The Law of Evidence||Avtar Singh|
|The Law of Evidence||Batuk Lal|
|Law of Torts||The Law of Torts||Rattan Lal & Dhiraj Lal|
|Negotiable Instrument Act||The Negotiable Instrument Act||O.P. Faizi|
|Judgment Writing||Singhal’s An Insight Into Judgment Writing||Arjinder Kaur & Robin Jeet Singh|
|Art of Writing Judgments||Narayana P.S.|
|International Law||International Law and Human Rights||Dr. H.O. Agarwal|
|Charter of the United Nations and Statute of the International Court of Justice||UN Chapter|
|Administrative Law||Administrative Law||Dr. U.P.D Kesari|
|Hindu Law||Modern Hindu Law||Dr. U.P.D Kesari|
|Modern Hindu Law||Paras Diwan & Peeyushi Diwan|
|Muslim Law||Muslim Vidhi||Aqil Ahmed|
List of Local and Allied Laws
In this following list, applicants can see the Local and Allied Laws of the MP and CG State of the country-
|State||Local and Allied Laws|
|Chattisgarh||Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code, 1959|
|Chhattisgarh Rent Control Act, 2011|
|Chhattisgarh Excise Act, 1959|
|Madhya Pradesh||MP Accommodation Control Act|
|MP Land Revenue Code|
MP Judiciary Important Dates 2020
Check out the table to know the MP Judicial Services Important Dates-
|Notification Date||Updated Soon|
|Availability of application form for Prelims exam||Updated Soon|
|Last date to submit the application form||Updated Soon|
|Application form Corrections||Updated Soon|
|Release of Prelims Admit Card||15 days before the exam date|
|Prelims Exam Date||Updated Soon|
MP Judiciary Exam Pattern 2021
With the help of the MP Judiciary Exam Pattern, aspirants get an idea about the marking scheme of all the Papers of both Prelims and Mains Exams.
- Objective Type (MCQ) questions will be asked for MP Judiciary Prelims Exam.
- No penalty will be given for any incorrect answer marked.
- Time Duration- 120 Minutes (2 Hours).
- There will be four papers for the Mains Exam.
- All are descriptive type.
- Each Paper consists of 100 marks.
- Time Duration (for each paper)- 3 Hours (180 Minutes).
MP Judiciary Preparation Tips 2021
- Applicants are advised to go through the complete MP Judiciary Syllabus to know the topics from the questions asked in the exam.
- Practicing with the sample papers and MP Judiciary Previous Year Questions Paper helps to understand the pattern, marking scheme, and exam level.
- It is helpful if candidates make the proper time table to prepare for the MPHC Civil Judge.
MP Judiciary Books FAQs
Q)- What is the time duration for each paper of the MPHC Mains Exam?
A)- For each paper of MPHC Mains Exam is 3 hours (180 minutes). The complete mains exam of the MP Judiciary is divided into four papers. Each paper consists of 100 marks.
Q)- Is the study material is available for free online for the MP Judiciary Exam?
A)- Yes, the MP Judiciary Study Material is available on the internet for free. Several websites are there on the internet. Candidates can download the study material and practice for the exam.
Q)- Is there any negative marking for the MP Judiciary Prelims Exam?
A)- No, aspirants do not have to give a penalty in the MP Judiciary Prelims Exam for incorrect answer marked.
Q)- Does the MP Judiciary Books are available online?
A)- Yes, the MP Judiciary Books are available online on various online platforms like- Amazon, Flipkart, etc. Also, applicants can purchase the MP Judiciary preparation books from the local market of the town. It is easily available in the market as well.
Q)- What are the four papers of the MPHC Mains Exam?
A)- The MP Judiciary Mains Exam comprises of four papers. Each Paper consists of 100 marks. The list of Mains Exam Papers are- Paper 1- Civil Law and Procedure, Paper 2- Court Practice, Writing Skill, Current Legal and Translation, Paper 3- Criminal Law and Procedure, Paper 4- Judgment Writing.