Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam Pattern & Syllabus

The Madhya Pradesh High Court issues Madhya Pradesh Judiciary Exam and Pattern. All interested candidates can look at their official site and get updates on the posts.

There are three stages of the Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam:

  1. Preliminary Exam – the screening test – MCQ Based – Language: English
  2. Mains Exam – Written / Subjective Based – Offline
  3. Interview – Viva Voce

The Preliminary Exam is conducted online where the candidates are screened and the selected candidates appear for the Mains Exam, which is written in nature. Once the candidate qualifies for the written exam, becomes eligible for the Viva Voce.

Syllabus for Madhya Pradesh Civil Judge Exam:

A. Preliminary Exam:

Constitution of India10 Questions
Code of Civil Procedure, 190815 Questions
Transfer of Property Act, 18827 Questions
Contract Act, 18728 Questions
Specific Relief Act, 19636 Questions
Limitation Act, 19634 Questions
MP Accommodation Control Act 19615 Questions
MP Land Revenue Act, 19595 Questions
Indian Evidence Act, 187215 Questions
Indian Penal Code, 186115 Questions
Code of Criminal Procedure, 197315 Questions
Negotiable Instruments Act, 18815 Questions
General Knowledge 20 Questions
Computer Knowledge 10 Questions
English Knowledge 10 Questions

B. Mains Exam:

Paper 1CivilConstitution of India
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
Transfer of Property Act, 1882
Indian Contract Act, 1872
Specific Relief Act, 1963
Limitation Act, 1963
Paper 2Essay Writing &
Writing on Social Issues
Writing on Legal Issues
Summary Writing (Legal)
Translation (Hindi to English)
Translation (English to Hindi)
Paper 3Criminal Indian Penal Code, 1860
Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973
Indian Evidence Act, 1872
Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
MP Land Revenue Code, 1959
MP Accommodation Control Act, 1961
Paper 4Judgment WritingFraming of Issues
Framing of Charges
Judgment/Order (Civil) Writing
Judgment/Order (Criminal) Writing

Exam Pattern & Marks Distribution:

A. Preliminary Exam:
No. of Question: 150
Total Marks: 150
Duration: 2 Hours
Medium: Hindi/English
Type: Written

B. Mains Exam:
No. of Paper: 4
Total Marks: 400
Duration: 3 Hours for each
Medium: Hindi / English
Type: Subjective

C. Viva Voce:
The Viva Voce is the final stage where the candidate appears for an interview. The Viva Voce carries 50 marks.


A candidate-

  • Must be a citizen of India
  • Holder of a Law degree recognized from a Law University established by Law in India
  • Eligible to practice as an Advocate in India

Age Limit:

The minimum age is 21 years, while the maximum age allowed for the exam is 38 years.

Concluding remark:

We hope that is helpful. Leave your comments below in case of any queries. All the best for your MP Judiciary preparation!

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