The Madhya Pradesh High Court has released the notification for MP Civil Judge Vacancy 2022 on the official website. The interested candidates can submit the application from December 29, 2021 (12 noon) on the official website mphc.gov.in. The application is invited to fill in a total of 123 vacancies.
There are 62 vacancies for unreserved category candidates, 19 for SC, 25 for ST, and 17 for OBC candidates.
Last date to apply will be January 27, 2022. The candidates who wish to apply for the exam must be citizens of India who hold a graduate degree in Law. The candidates must be between the age of 21 and 35 years as of January 1, 2022.
Steps to apply for the exam.
- Visit the official website mphc.gov.in
- Click on “Recruitment / Result” tab on the homepage
- Click on “Click Here – Online Application Forms/ Admit Cards”
- Register your details.
- Complete the application by filling in all the required details.
- Upload the required documents.
- Pay the fee and submit the application.
- Take a printout of the form for future reference
The size of the passport size photograph must be between 20-50kb with dimensions 200 x 230 pixels in jpg or jpeg format only. The size of the signature must be between 10-20kb with dimensions 140×60 pixels in jpg or jpeg format. The candidates should also note that the signature must be done with a black ink pen on a white paper.
The documents required to apply for MP Civil Judge Vacancy 2022:
- Graduation Marks Sheet
- Certificate of the Graduation
- Valid Identity Proof (Aadhar Card, Pan Card, Voter ID card, Passport, etc.)
- Category Certificate
The application fee is different for reserved and unreserved categories. The candidates from unreserved categories have to pay ₹1047.82 and the candidates from the reserved categories have to pay ₹647.82.
The exam for the MP Civil Judge Vacancy 2022 will be held in three phases, the preliminary phase, the mains phase, and the interview. The preliminary exam will be a computer based test (online) which will have a duration of 120 minutes. The exam will have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) for 150 marks. The candidates who qualify the preliminary exam can write the mains exam which will have four papers. Three hours will be allotted for each paper. There will not be any negative marking for both the phases of the exam.
For more details regarding the exam candidates can refer to the official website mphc.gov.in