Judicial Services


When the need was realised to undo the unfair system of law and order adopted by the British, soon after the independence, the Constitution of India was rolled out, highlighting the practice and operation of the Indian Judiciary. Two days after the Constitution came into effect, was held the inauguration of the Supreme Court came on 28 January 1950, thereby marking the day as the birth of the Indian judicial services. Today, when one decides to pursue a career in the judiciary, it comes with the fathom amount of faith in justice and equality and the zeal to serve the nation and its people. When talks about a career in the Indian judiciary, it often starts with the Judicial Services Examination or the PCS(J)- Provincial Services Examination that are entry-level exams for law graduates to become members of the subordinate judiciary.

What is meant by the subordinate judiciary?

To understand this, let us first understand the hierarchy that the judiciary follows in our country. At the apex, is the Supreme Court, the one that we talked about in the beginning. Under the Supreme Court are the High Courts that are respective to all states of the Indian subcontinent. Under them are courts of two types, civil and criminal, that form the subordinate judiciary, that mark the start of your judicial career.

More about the PCS(J)

Why : As the name itself suggests, the Provincial Services Examination is the first step towards seeing yourself serve the province you apply and appear in the examination for.

What : The exam is conducted in a series of three successive stages which are Preliminary examination: An objective exam, the purpose of which is to screen students that pass the cut-off and become eligible to appear for the next round.

Mains : This subjective exam is a composition of 3-4 exams that test the applicants' knowledge, understanding and intelligence of the subject. The results of the exam are considered for the final evaluation and selection of the candidate.

Viva-Voce/Personal Interview : Last but not the least, the round is an assessment of the applicants' personality, skills combined with his general knowledge and IQ.

Who : Any Indian citizen who falls in the age group of 21-35 is an eligible candidate to appear for the exam. However, if you are applying for Lower Judiciary Services you must have an LLB degree and must be enrolled as an Advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961. Whereas, for Higher Judiciary Services, one must have an LLB degree and experience in litigation of minimum & years.

Where: Currently, there are 24 states that you can apply for the PCS(J) exam from. These are:

  • Arunachal Pradesh
  • Assam
  • Bihar
  • Chhattisgarh
  • Goa
  • Delhi
  • Himachal Pradesh
  • Haryana
  • Jharkhand
  • Karnataka
  • Kerala
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Maharashtra
  • Manipur
  • Mizoram
  • Nagaland
  • Odisha
  • Punjab
  • Rajasthan
  • Sikkim
  • Uttarakhand
  • Uttar Pradesh
  • West Bengal
  • Jammu & Kashmir

How : Along with the countless amount of hard work and devotion that goes into the preparation for the PCS(J) exam, it is always advisable to have a mentor/coach beside you. This may be in the form of an experienced relative of yours, a guide or an expert on the subject, or under the supervision of law coaching centres.

What next : The exam opens doors to your dreams. On the successful clearance of the exam, one becomes eligible to being appointed as the Judge.


Course Type Course Duration
Indian Evidence Act 30 Classes
Criminal Procedure Code 65 Classes
Civil Procedure Code 65 Classes
Indian Penal Code 60 Classes
Indian Contract Act 20 Classes
Transfer of Property Act 20 Classes
Torts 15 Classes
Family Law 30 Classes
Sales of Goods Act 15 Classes
Indian Constitution 35 Classes
Jurisprudence 20 Classes
International Law 15 Classes
Indian Limitation Act 15 Classes
Negotiable Instrument Act 7 Classes
  1. Classes will be held 3- 5 day a week
  2. For First two months class hour will be 1-1:30 hr.
  3. After two months it will be 2-2:30 hrs.
  4. Students are advised to complete the course credit in time and take weekly test
  5. Students are advised to submit assignments which will be given as class assignment.
  6. At least three Classes are required to attend in a week
  7. Institute will adhere to the above class hours and will finish the subjects within that hrs.

Our Course Pricing


Duration 1.5 year

  • Two hour class daily
  • Weekly classes from Monday to Friday (5days)
  • Weekly test is available
  • Total 18 month class will be taken
  • All the core subjects will be taught.
  • Printed study material and handouts are given.
  • Weekly work assignment on case laws and question papers are administered.
  • Special attention for weaker students.
  • Ample test series to practice
  • Best course for students pursuing their LL.B

₹ 98,885/- (Inclusive of GST)


Duration 1 year

  • This course is optimum for law graduates who are eager to become a civil Judge/ Magistrate. This course is also popular among final year of LL.B students.
  • The course in concise and compact directed towards holistic preparation of judicial services.
  • Daily two hours of class with handouts.
  • Classes are taken five days a week
  • Weekly tests are administered
  • Doubt removal special classes are arranged.
  • Mentoring is an inalienable part of the curriculum
  • Study materials of each class are available for the revision of students.
  • Recorded lectures are provided for absent students.

₹ 78,677/- (Inclusive of GST)

Crash Course

Duration 6 Months

  • This course is for those students who already have some idea about preparation and have been regularly passing PT exams or losing by a whisker.
  • This course is totally concentrated and crisp and study materials are prepared in such a way that helps students hit the target infallibly.
  • The class hour is same but intense.
  • No. of test are two in a week.
  • Hand outs are available for the students.
  • Video class and recorded lectures are also available

₹ 37,455/- (Inclusive of GST)

PT Course for

Duration 4-5 month

  • This course is only directed towards PT exam.
  • This course contains study materials that are targeted towards PT exams of Judiciary.
  • Weekly tests are available and more emphasis is given on practice the test papers.
  • Duration of class is 2 hours daily
  • Group discussion classes are arranged to practice the facts and acquiring the command on sections.
  • Sectional tests based on sections and case laws are provided so that sections and case laws get on finger tips of students.

₹ 34,425/- (Inclusive of GST)


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Akhil Shahi
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