Hi Neil, To become a judge first of all you will have to be a graduate in LLB. The students from any stream can take up the LLB course. After completing your 10+2 class from any stream you’ll have to give CLAT (Common Law Admission Test) entrance exams for doing the LLB. For appearing in the CLAT entrance exam you must have completed 10+2 class with a minimum of 50% marks and the age of the aspirant should be more than 20 years. In CLAT examination questions will be asked from Legal aptitude, logical reasoning, English, elementary mathematics and General Knowledge. After completing gr

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Dear Aspirant, Magistrate or Judge is the most coveted and cherished position in the legal/judicial system of the India. In a democratic and republic country like India where Judiciary is as independent as executive and legislative the importance and responsibilities of judicial system and its custodian’s i.e. Magistrates and judges cannot be undermined. In fact these are the officials who are responsible for administering, interpreting and applying laws incorporated in the constitution or made by the legislature of state and central. Tremendous pace of development in last couple of decades

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Hi,. It is amazing to see how well planned or how serious you are about your future and I must appreciate this thought. Well further moving forward let me answer your question in just one sentence and that is "NO", you can not become a judge as soon as you pass out your LLB. REASON is explained below. in order to become a judge and individual has to appear and qualify for the Judicial Exams which are regularly conducted by [Public Service Commissions][1] of each state. In order to get qualify to appear or sear for this exam, you will need an LLB degree from a reputed institution or a [Nationa

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Hello SACHI,Welcome to CareerGuide.com. Thanks for choosing the CareerGuide.com to helpyou for your career query.Law has been a very noble profession since old times and its one of theprestigious profession in the world. There has been a great demand for the LawGraduates in various fields. Due to the respect and prestige that a lawgraduate gets so many students get fascinated towards the Career.There has beena steady growth with regards to the Law admission since from the year 2008.Earlier,students were able to apply for law on the successful completion oftheir Graduation;the Law course i.e LL

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Hi Atharav,Thanks for contacting CareerGuide.com with your problem.Well first of all Lawyer's life is full of reading. More you read more polished lawyer you become. So reading and understanding what you read are two important things in order to become a successful and expert lawyer.Let me first inform you that becoming a layer is easy than becoming a successful lawyer. Because you can complete the LLB course either in 3 years or 5 years, but completing time is fixed that you will become a lawyer either in 3 years or 5 years and by chance if you fail in any of the year it may add one more year

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No this is not so easy to be a JUDGE-LLB is the minimum degree that every would-be-judge is required to have-but you need to be a practitioner for minimum years-otherwise being a judge would not be a praiseworthy profession as a judge needs to have some practical knowledge rather theoretical.There are two ways to be a judge: Advocate can apply for the post of judge after enjoying certain tenure as a Practising Advocate in a CourtPerson can apply for Judicial Exam and it has steps starting from district level and the post has various positions but rank is like JUDGEAs a Career Counsellor I

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Most conventional careers are either Engineering or Doctors-these are most well known professions and specially Doctors are associated with our daily need-people give honour to them as they are the care taker of our physiological well being-so doctors have special position in our society-almost next to GOD like-it is the common belief. So also engineering-if anyone is  efficient in Maths-s/he obviously chooses Engineering as it needs the skill of Maths for measurement and technical knowledge. Economically they earn good amount from the beginning of the career-specially Doctors.

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