Judicial Services Examination is an entry-level exam for law graduates to become members of the subordinate judiciary. The exam focuses on the current events of national and international importance. The Judicial Services Examination provides a secure and comfortable tenure. Besides, it gives an opportunity to the selected candidates to serve the country. Judicial Service Examination is held in three successive stages namely Preliminary Examination, Mains and Interview.Read more
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Judges preside over court hearings and trials, supervise legal proceedings and uphold the rights of individuals involved in a legal process. They ensure that trials are conducted according to established rules and procedures, which may include determining how testimony is given and evidence submitted. In non-jury criminal trials, judges decide a defendant's guilt or innocence, and in civil cases rule on liability and compensation.There are six general steps you must follow to become a judge.Read more
There is a popular saying that behind every successful man there is a woman. However, this may not be true and unmistakably not true in the case of a woman – who fought with all the differences, discrimination and manage to rise or uplift herself with little support. In earlier years, women have considered as a puppet who can only sufficient to do household chores and in managing our family.Nevertheless,from the last decade or two women came up as a superhero or you can say the true fighter of the modern era.Read more
A Police officer can’t refuse to lodge an FIR irrespective of place of crime. If he/she does so they could be jailed for up to 6 months to 1 year.Read more
4.2007, Hon’ble Mr. Justice K. G. Balakrishnan, CJI, expressed the view that these courts have been quite successful in reducing the arrears.Read more
India has a single unified and integrated judicial system and Supreme Court of India is at the apex court of the Indian judicial system.Read more