Procedure To Become a Judge

Procedure To Become a Judge

Many people dream of getting a good position job. Such as doctors, engineers, professional lawyers or judges etc. Getting a good position job is not easy, but it is not impossible either. Many people get good jobs and many people fail.

It has become very difficult to get a good job in today’s time of competition. More than one talented people take part in the competition. Now in such a situation, we have to work hard to be successful. That is why today in this article we will tell you how to become a judge?

What does it take to become a judge? Which studies do you have to do? We will tell you all the information related to this in today’s article.

First of all we will talk about what should be education qualification to become a judge?
For the study of law in the country, only LLB (Bachelor of Law) was studied at one time. After this, straight youth used to go to court and start practice. With experience and knowledge, such youth gradually gained prestige in the post and society.

But today in the 5-year degree course after the 12th examination, students get B.A. Along with this, LLB degree is also awarded. It also has the status of professional degree. After obtaining the degree, there is a way for students to practice in the courts.

Examinations are also held from time to time for recruitment to the judicial service at the state level. Here you get a chance to work as a prosecutor also known as a government lawyer. Judges are recruited at the junior level in the states through judicial examination.

After 7 years of practice, you can become a judge at the district level by passing the judiciary exam. After 10 years of practice, there is a chance to become judge in high court.

 Employment Opportunities

Banking and finance services have expanded throughout the country after the marketization and lending system was implemented. Domestic to foreign companies are promoting business from city to village.

Apart from this, the corporate world is also spreading its foot. In such a system, apart from commerce and management, large-scale law students are also being provided jobs.

Law students are being hired by companies and legal firms as officers or advisors. Private or public bank is not only appointing a manager, accountant or clerk but also appointing a law officer.

Similarly taxation companies are keeping their experts in this law. A legal expert is also being hired in the management team of MNC (Multi National Company).

The expansion of private companies and banks is providing new job opportunities to law graduates. Apart from these, in addition to traditional writers or journalists in the media world, law editors or writers are making their own place.

Large media institutions are linking their law graduates here with reporting or writing to maintain caution in publishing news related to law.

Apart from these, there are many other areas where law experts are kept. Language newspapers or English law graduates are being hired for reporting to High Court or Supreme Court.

Legal experts are also making place for letter journals. Careers are generally being provided to LLM NET or Phd students for teaching.

How to study it

As far as skills are concerned, to get into this profession or to achieve success, a lot of skill is also required. Must have a three-year LLB degree. Along with this, it is important to have theoretical and practical knowledge of the law sections and related matters.

In view of such needs, law schools and universities are being opened everywhere in the country. Instead of taking different exams for admission in them, CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) has been started six years ago on the lines of CAT MAT. Today, through the same entrance test, we are getting admission in 16 law universities.

The admission process continues from 1 January. The last method of filling the form is till 31 March. The entrance examination takes place on 10 May. Many schools are also admitting post graduate course LLB through their CLAT.

Admission is mandatory through CLAT i.e. Common Law Admission Test, in the five-year LLB, 12th pass students must pass 45% marks in arts, commerce or science. Similarly, passing LLB in two-year LLM with 55% marks is mandatory. There is a discount of 5% in the minimum marks for reserved category. Students who get B.A. After completing LLB they are required to pass the graduation with 50% marks.

What is the Exam Pattern?

There will be a two-hour paper for admission to graduate level course, it will be based on objective answers. In which questions will be asked from English, Mathematics, General Knowledge, Legal Aptitude and Reasoning.

Career Opportunity and Salary?

From district courts to the High and Supreme Courts, there is plenty of space for working as an advocate. Foreign and domestic papers and magazines and channels are being referred to as legalists or reporters. Law graduaes are being hired in the banking service, finance department and other companies to understand and solve the legal flu.

There is an opportunity to act as a judge in district courts and higher courts. For public prosecutor The path to career can be chosen by passing the exam. Can work as an advisor in legal firm or high companies.

A lawyer’s salary is usually tied to his job. But on joining the judicial service, the pay scale at the starting level is 40 – 45 thousand rupees. He goes on and on. On coming in the field of teaching, there is a pay scale of 55 thousand rupees per month.

Major Institutes offering these Courses?

NLSIU Banglore, Nalsar Hydrabad, LLIU Bhopal, WBNUJS Kolkata, NLU Jodhpur, HNLU Raipur, JNLU Gandhinagar, RMLNLU Lucknow, RGNUL Patiyala, CNLU Patna, NUALS Kochi, NLU Odisha, NUSRL Ranchi, NLUJA Guhati, DSNLU Vishakuch.

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