Why Judiciary As A Career?
Judiciary As A Career
In Todays Time we are facing a huge problem of unemployment and we are looking
for job opportunities, as the population is increasing on the other hand crime
rates as well increasing, As a part of this society how can we contribute how
can we tackle these kinds of issues. One is let us be responsible and good
citizens first of all as charity starts from home Second, we also have to look
at ourselves including our family which is also our responsibility.
So looking forward Let us examine ourselves and know about our likes and field
of interest, our passion Some are good at drawing, some are good at studying
some like to teach, some are kin for adventure and fitness freak.
For them, their respective career options would be an artist or fashion designer
or to crack competitive exams like UPSC, MPSC, etc be a teacher or physical
trainer and some may join Army or any defense service, etc In this video, I am
going to talk about a law-related career which is the judiciary Any law Graduate
can apply for this examination it is state wise
Now let us first understand our Indian legal system The Apex court Supreme Court
of India then Every state has its High Courts and then Subordinate Court The
Indian legal system includes a range of specialized courts and tribunals,
including family courts, labor courts, consumer courts, and tax courts. The
Indian legal system also provides for the right to a fair trial, and individuals
accused of a crime are entitled to legal representation. Overall, the Indian
legal system is designed to ensure that the rule of law is upheld, that justice
is served, and that the rights of individuals are protected.
Why you should choose judiciary as a career?
The very first point is There is a shortage of judges to decide cases, so there
is a need to fill the seats which are vacant Irrespective like UPSC it has a
vast subject to cover but in Judiciary your sources and materials are limited
which is quite easy from UPSC Job security: A career in the judiciary provides
job security, as judges and other legal professionals are appointed to their
positions and enjoy a high level of job protection.
Judges and other legal professionals in the judiciary are typically
well-compensated, with competitive salaries and other benefits.
A career in the judiciary can be intellectually challenging and rewarding, as it
requires a deep understanding of the law and the ability to apply legal
principles to complex situations.
Those who choose a career in the judiciary can have a significant social impact,
as they play a crucial role in ensuring that justice is served and that
individual rights are protected.
Opportunity for advancement:
There are many opportunities for advancement in the judiciary, as legal
professionals can move up the ranks from lower courts to higher courts or take
on leadership roles within the judicial system.
Respect and prestige:
Judges are respected members of society, and their role in upholding justice is
often admired and recognized by people around them.
Now moving forward How can you give this examination Firstly you have to choose
or target a state Because this exam is conducted statewise So for better
preparation set a target or goal which state you want to appear for then Majorly
it depends upon the language of the state and the local laws of the states So
for example Maharashtra state JMFC Judicial Magistrate First Class
The eligibility criteria is you should be a law graduate Not a single KT or
failing in any subject thorough out your academic Not less than 25 yrs of age
and not more then 29yrs Passing in first attempt with 55% aggregate Must know
Marathi should understand and speak fluently get the certificate for language
because there is a translation comes in which you have to translate from English
to Marathi and Marathi to English.
Syllabus for JMFC is Paper-I Civil Procedure Code 3 Transfer of Property Act
Specific Relief Act Law of Contracts, Sale of Goods Act & Partnership Act Paper-
II Indian Penal Code Evidence Act Code of Criminal Procedure 1955 (Scheduled
Castes & Scheduled Tribes [Prevention of Atrocities] Act-1989 And Protection of
Civil Rights Act - 1955) Essay On Current Legal Topic) [Approximately 800 Words]
The Interview for 50 marks At the end You see where is your interest what you
like and dislike For litigators, this career is also a good option and less
hassle than UPSC
Written By: Arpita Tiwari - Fourth Year BLS LLB, KES College of Law,
LinkedIn Profile: linkedin.com/in/arpita-tiwari-7a154322a
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