Madhya Pradesh High Court is all set to conduct the Civil Judge Class 2 (Entry Level) Exam 2019 for recruitment of Civil Judges. Detailed notification in this regard has been published at the official website mphc.gov.in. Online applications for the exam can be submitted at the website starting from September 22, 2020. The last date to apply online is November 05, 2020, until 11.55 PM. MPHC will also allow candidates to edit application form starting from November 10, 2020. The last date of application form correction is November 12, 2020. The exact dates of the online preliminary exam and the main exam are to be declared in due course of time.
As per the detailed recruitment advertisement published at the official website, a total of 252 vacancies have been advertised. This includes 60 backlog vacancies from previous years. This includes 96+6 unreserved vacancies, 27+2 vacancies for Other Backward Classes, 31+2 vacancies for SC candidates and 38+48+2 vacancies for ST candidates. All of the posts are Gazetted in nature. Selected candidates are to be appointed in the Pay Scale of 27700-770-33090-920-40450-1080-44770. In addition, candidates are also entitled to other allowances as per the Sixth Pay Commission.
Before applying for the recruitment, one must ensure that they fulfil the minimum terms and conditions specified by the High Court. Candidates must be Indian citizens within the age range of 21 to 35 years as on January 01, 2020. In addition, candidates must have a Graduate Law degree from a recognized University/Institution. Candidates must have good moral character and exhibit physical and mental fitness required to abide by the roles and responsibilities in the appointed post. Relaxations are however applicable on the upper age limit as per provisions of the Government.
The selection of the applicants is to be done through a two-stage examination viz. the Prelims and the Main exam. The exam will be conducted in the online mode. The question paper for Prelims consists of 150 objective type questions. Each of the questions carries one mark and there is no negative marking for the wrong answer. A total of 120 minutes will be provided to complete the test. Candidates are advised to refer to the detailed advertisement for the complete information of the syllabus and exam pattern as well as the section-wise marks distribution in the paper.
Those who qualify in the Prelims are called for the Main exam. The main exam consists of 4 question paper of 100 marks each. Each of the papers must be completed within a maximum duration of 3 hours. Final selection is to be done through interview of shortlisted candidates. Candidates are advised to read the notification carefully before applying for the recruitment at the official website as per schedule.