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How can I make a career in Indian Judiciary

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Preeti Taneja
Preeti Taneja
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Head Guidance & Counselling at Confidential
  • Chandigarh
In the present era of globalization and liberalization ,law as career is gaining alot of momentum and is emerging as a fastest profession. Lawyers are held in high high esteem in a civil society as they render valuable service to all segments of the society by getting their constitutional and legal rights enforced through courts-civil or criminal , at all levels of judiciary , that is trial court, high court , supreme court or quasi judicial institutions. Persons holding law degree or other higher legal qualifications have ample employment opportunities in private as well as public sector.

In the judiciary , the lowest judicial cadre posts of magistrate / munsif or sub-judge are filled up by recruitment through public service commissions or otherwise under the supervision of the high court. Basic qualification for all these posts is a degree in law and the upper age limit for all these posts is generally 35 years which is relax able for special categories as per rules. A magistrate presides presides over criminal court and a munsif/ sub judge deals with civil cases. These officers can become district and session judge by promotion and can also be elevated to the office of a judge of the high court and the supreme court subject to their seniority and suitability.

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