The High Court of Madhya Pradesh is responsible for the conduct of examination and recruitment of eligible candidates for the various prescribed posts including the posts such as Judicial Magistrate First Class or Civil Judge Grade II which are also known as Madhya Pradesh Judicial Services Examination or simply as MP Civil judge examination or MP Judiciary Exam.
The aspirants who apply for the MP Judicial Services Exam are advised to take utmost care regarding the MP Judicial Services Eligibility criteria. If in case the candidate fails to meet the prescribed Eligibility Criteria then they won't be allowed to sit for the examination.
The candidates who satisfy the eligibility criteria can apply for the MP Judicial Services Exam through the official website of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh. The candidates are also advised to give importance to certain areas including the latest notifications, exam pattern, cutoff, application forms, important documents, syllabus, salary, and job profile along with the eligibility criteria. For in-depth details, one can refer to the official website of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh and MPPSC
MP Judicial Services Eligibility
The Madhya Pradesh High Court has released the notification for the MP Judicial Services - Civil Judge Recruitment along with the MP Civil Judge Eligibility criteria. The candidates are advised to check out the eligibility criteria even before the application form is filled.
The MP Judicial Services Eligibility criteria include the following categories as
- Age limit
- Educational qualification
- Number of attempts
As per the MP Judicial Services Eligibility criteria, the minimum age of the candidate should be 21 years and the maximum age of the candidate should be 35 years. However, there is the availability of Age Relaxation based on the different categories. The below-mentioned table provides the Age Relaxation according to the different categories.
|Temporary/permanent employees of the Government of MP||3 Years|
|Disabled Aspirants||3 Years|
Note: The candidates should note that 3 years of Age Relaxation is given only in the case of the above-mentioned categories. Here, the 3 years of age relaxation will be seen from the maximum age limit. In conclusion, it can be observed that the maximum age limit in the case of the above-mentioned categories is 35 – 3 years = 38 years.
As per the MP Judicial Services Eligibility, the candidates should at least have the minimum educational qualification as the Bachelor of Law (LLB) Degree. Here the LLB must be completed from a University/College that is recognized by the Government/Bar Council. Here the LLB may be either of 3 or 5 years duration.
If in case the LLB is completed from the unrecognized University/College, then the candidate may fail to meet the eligibility criteria and not be allowed to the examination.
As per the MP Judicial Services Eligibility, the candidate must be a Citizen of India. Only Indian citizens are eligible for this exam.
Candidates from every state in India are allowed to apply for this exam. However, the candidates from other than MP states are to be satisfied with additional prescribed mandatory requirements.
As per MP Judicial Services Eligibility, No Prior Experience is needed for the candidates to apply for this exam. So, even if candidates have zero experience, they are still eligible to apply.
Number of Attempts
As per MP Judicial Services Eligibility, the candidates are allowed to take only a maximum of 6 attempts. No attempt which is exceeding the above-mentioned limit to be allowed to the candidate.
Important Additional Details Regarding MP Judicial Services Eligibility Criteria
The candidates applying for the MP Judiciary Exam, while taking utmost care towards MP Judicial Services Eligibility Criteria, should also note the important additional details which aid in the further stages like application form, examination and interview. Following are the important details to be noted by the candidate-
- The candidates should provide all the required and relevant documents in order to prove the eligibility of the candidate for the MP Judicial Services Eligibility Criteria. Some of the important documents include SSC Mark Sheet, Graduation Passing Certificate, Graduation Mark Sheet, Category Certificate, Passport Size Photos, Signature, ID Proof ( Pan Card, Voter ID, Aadhar Card etc.)
- The candidate should ensure that the information provided is factually correct and is according to the candidate's original documents and no false information is communicated or otherwise, the candidate may attract disqualification from the recruitment process
- The candidate should also make sure that the above-mentioned documents are to be submitted within the given time frame and there is no delayed submission of the documents
- The candidates should be in the good health
- The candidates with more than one spouse are not allowed to apply for the MP Judiciary Exam
- The candidate should have a clean sheet and no criminal records should be on the candidate. However, the candidate can also provide moral certificates given by their educational institutions
- In the early 2 stages of the exam consisting of prelims and mains, the candidate should keep the admit card safe
- The candidates in all the 3 stages in MP Judiciary Exam namely prelims, mains, and the interview, should carry the relevant documents and provide them accordingly
By now one would have a better idea about the MP Judicial Services Eligibility Criteria regarding the Age Limit, Educational Qualification, Nationality, Experience, and Number of Attempts along with the additional important details regarding the MP Civil Judge Exam. The candidates are advised to follow the official website of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh for regular updates and notifications.
Frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Q. I am 38 years old and fall under the category of disabled aspirant. Am I eligible for the MP Judiciary Exam?
Yes. There is age relaxation in the case of the disabled aspirant. As per the MP Judiciary Eligibility, the maximum age limit for the disabled aspirant is 38 years rather than 35 years in general cases.
Q. Can the candidates from other than MP states apply to the MP Judiciary Exam?
Yes. Candidates from all over India from any state can apply to the MP Judiciary Exam. However, the candidates from other than the MP state should satisfy additional requirements besides the MP Judiciary Eligibility Criteria.
Q. What is the minimum educational qualification to apply for the MP Judiciary Exam?
Bachelor of Law (LLB) of 3 or 5 years completed from the University/College recognized by the government/bar council is the minimum educational qualification for the MP Judiciary Exam.
Q. Where can I get the updates for the MP Judiciary Exam?
High Court of Madhya Pradesh is the official website for updates and notifications for the MP Judiciary Exam. The candidates can also follow the MPPSC official website for additional details.