What is the eligibility criteria?

Every state prescribes an upper age limit till which a candidate can apply for judicial examinations, in addition to the necessity of having completed a L.L.B. or B.A. L.L.B. degree.

Delhi 32 years
Haryana 21-40 years
Punjab 21-37 years
Uttar Pradesh 22-35 years
Himachal Pradesh 22-30 years
Uttarakhand 35 years

What is the examination pattern for judicial services?

The examination is conducted in three phases: prelims, mains and an interview. Only those who qualify the prelims get to sit for the mains, and those that qualify the mains get an opportunity to appear for an interview. We provide coaching for all three phases. The distribution of marks of preliminary, mains and the interview are different in different states.

State      Preliminary  Mains Interview
Delhi 200 850 150
Haryana 600  900   200
Punjab 500  950   100
Uttar Pradesh 450  1000  100
Himachal Pradesh 300  850  150
Uttarakhand 200    850   100
*In the Uttarakhand examination 100 marks are dedicated to computer knowledge.

What subjects are going to be covered in the classes?

  1. Constitutional law
  2. Indian Penal Code
  3. Civil Procedure Code
  4. Criminal Procedure Code
  5. Indian Contract Act
  6. Indian Evidence Act
  7. Limitation Act
  8. Law of Arbitration
  9. Indian Partnership Act
  10. Registration Act
  11. Specific Relief Act
  12. Hindu Marriage Act
  13. Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act
  14. Hindu Succession Act
  15. Sale of Goods Act
  16. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act
  17. Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act
  18. Law of Torts
  19. Transfer of Property Act
  20. Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act
  21. Customary Law
  22. Negotiable Instruments Act
* We will also deal with any additional subjects that are specifically asked in certain states.

Is there a maximum number of attempts that a candidate can appear for?

Most states only prescribe a minimum and maximum age limit i.e. a candidate can appear as many times as they’d like between the given ages. However, Uttar Pradesh has set a limit on the number of attempts as 4.

What are the facilities available for students who want to take up the hostel?

As commuting five days a week can be tiresome and lead to wastage of time, we provide a fully functional hostel for both girls and boys. Each student who opts for a hostel will be provided a spacious bedroom equipped with a bed and a study table, in addition to a personal bathroom. Laundry and cleaning services are also included. The hostel also provides for the dietary requirements of students so that students don't have to waste their time in cooking or procuring food. *admission into the hostel will be subject to availability. You may check out the photos of the hostel here

Where can you find us?

We are located at D-85, Nangal Dewat, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi, 110070.