Free Demo Class for Judiciary - Pahuja Law Academy

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JUDICIAL SYSTEM

JUDICIAL SYSTEM

The judiciary is the system or mechanism for solving the disputes among the people or firms. It is the part of government that imposes the law in a state or a country.

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HISTORY OF INDIAN JUDICIARY
Judiciary plays a very important role as an organ of the Indian government. The ancient India represented a distinct tradition of law. It was established by the colonial powers and the princely states since the mid-19th century which consists of practices from the ancient and medieval times.




VARIOUS LEVELS OF JUDICIARY
There are various levels of the judiciary in India which includes different types of courts which vary with power depending on the jurisdiction imposed on them. Among the various levels of courts, the Supreme court of India is at the topmost position which has the supreme power control, followed by the High Courts of every state and the District Courts and the Subordinate Courts.
  • Supreme Court

The Supreme Court is the highest court of our nation, it was established by the constitution of India. According to the constitution of India, it is an appellate court which listens to appeals against the judgments of high courts of the states.  
  • High Courts
The High Courts are known as the constitutional courts of the Indian constitution. Judges in a high court are appointed by the president after the consultation of the chief justice of India. The Calcutta high court is the oldest high court in India which was established on 2 July 1862. On the other hand, the Allahabad High Court is the largest court which has 160 sanctioned judges.
  • District Courts
The district courts of India are established by the state governments of India for every district. These courts are under the administrative control of the high court of the state in the particular district is located. The district judge is also known as metropolitan session judge.  The District courts holds the jurisdiction power over the subordinate courts. Subordinate courts, on the civil side, are Junior Civil Judge Court, Principal Junior Civil Judge Court, Senior Civil Judge Court in the ascending order. On the other hand on the criminal side, are Second Class Judicial Magistrate Court, First Class Judicial Magistrate Court, Chief Judicial Magistrate Court in the ascending order.

Pend ency of cases
Indian courts have millions of pending cases. The Delhi High Court could take 466 years to clear all cases with it despite taking an average of about five minutes to finish it off. The government of India accepts that there is 40% shortage of judicial staff in the country.

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HONORABLE SUPREME COURT & JUDICIARY SYSTEM OF INDIA


HONORABLE SUPREME COURT & JUDICIARY SYSTEM OF INDIA

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SUPREME COURT

The Chief Justice of India is appointed by President he is the senior most judge of the Supreme Court considered fit to hold office. Every judge of Supreme Court is appointed by President on consultation with Chief Justice of India.

QUALIFICATION :

1) Citizen of India.
2) Has been a High Court Judge for minimum 5 years.
3) Has been an advocate of High Court or two or more courts in succession for at least 10 years.
4) No minimum age or fixed period of office is prescribed for appointment as a judge of Supreme Court.

TENURE/RETIREMENT :

> Attaining the age of 65 years
> Resigning in writing addressed to the President
> On being removed by President
> The main ground for such expulsion is demonstrated mischief and inadequacy.
> After retirement a Judge of SC can not plead or act in any court or before any authority within the territory of India.

JURISDICTIONS

# Original:

 > According to article 32, the Supreme Court is the protector/guardian of essential rights and any individual whose key rights are violated can directly approach the Supreme Court for the cure.
 > Has interpreted the fundamental rights and has protected the Citizens of India from any unconstitutional legislation which breach their fundamental rights.
 > Supreme Court has original Jurisdiction in matters related to any dispute between:
    i. The government of India and one or more states.
   ii. The government of India and State(s) on one side and State(s) in another side.
  iii. State(s) and State(s)

# Appellate Jurisdiction:

 > Supreme Court is the Highest Court of appeal and the writs and announcements of Supreme Court run throughout the nation.
 > The cases go to the Supreme Court in the form of appeals against the judgments of the lower courts and this is called appellate jurisdiction.
 > Appellate jurisdiction includes the Constitution, Civil and criminal issues.
 > An appeal can be made in the Supreme Court against any judgment, announcement or final order of the High Court in the region of India, regardless of whether in a common criminal or other proceedings, if the High Court Certified that the case includes a substantial question of law with regards to the interpretation of the Constitution.
 > Even of the High Court declines to give such testament, the Supreme Court can allow exceptional leave to appeal if the court is satisfied that the case includes a generous inquiry of law with regards to the interpretation of the constitution.

# Court of Record:

 > The judgments, proceedings, and acts of the Supreme Court are recorded for perpetual memory and testimony.
 > These records are confessed to be of evidentiary value and can't be addressed when delivered under the watchful eye of any court.
 > In India, both the Supreme Court and High Courts serve as Courts of Record

# Advisory Jurisdiction:

 > Article 143 (Power of President to counsel Supreme Court) talks about the advisory jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
 > If the president feels that an issue of law or actuality has emerged he can allude the same to Supreme Court for its Advisory Opinion.
 > Such a conclusion isn't official on the president.

# Review of Judgement:

 > Be that as it may, the Supreme Court may likewise turn out badly and such wrongs can be amended.
 > Article 137 of the Constitution provides that the Supreme Court can review and revise its own orders.

# Power to Punish for Contempt of Itself:
 > SC and HC have the power to punish for contempt of themselves.
 > While the Supreme Court has the power to punish for contempt not only of itself but also high courts, subordinate courts, and tribunals of the entire country.

# Provisions for Independence of the Supreme Court:

 > Judiciary is separate from the executive.
 > Consultation of the judiciary has been made must for the appointment of Judges, so that it curtails arbitrary discretion of executive in appointments.
 > A judge can be removed only by the president when a resolution support by at least 100 members of parliament is passed in both the houses by the absolute and special majority.
 > The Salaries, allowances, and other privileges are charged upon the consolidated fund of India.
 > They can't be changed with the exception of amid a money-related crisis.
 > The Constitution has put a prohibition on any exchange in parliament or state lawmaking body with respect to the lead of the judges in the release of their obligation aside from when a movement for their expulsion is under thought in parliament.
 > Retired judges of Supreme Court are banned from arguing or acting in any court inside the region of India.
 > Supreme Court has the ability to rebuff for disdain of itself.
 > Officers and servants of the Supreme Court are appointed by the Supreme Court itself.
 > Parliament can broaden yet can't reduce the locale of Supreme Court.

Judicial Exam Preparation

Judicial Exam Preparation

The Judicial Service is a standout among st the most renowned employments in this nation. The selection test for judicial service comprises of different intense stages. Consistently a large number of understudies show up for the legal exam, however, just a couple get chosen. The exam is extraordinarily intended to take out understudies, this nature makes this exam to a great degree extreme and focused in nature. To clear this exam the students need to take after a strict standard and thorough examination process.

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The procedure of preparation : 

Legal exam questions papers are gigantic and it takes a great deal of inside and out learning and quick blunder free composition ability to clear the exam. There ought to be a strict study schedule to be followed to clear this exam. The entire procedure of getting marks from the judicial exam question papers can be divided into a few stages.

STUDY PLAN : 

The entire syllabus of the exam and the plan to study it for the entire year ought to be separated into little parts and the arrangement ought to be followed religiously. Objectives are of two sorts, here and now and long-haul objective. Here the long haul objective is to clear the legal exam question paper and get chosen in the Judicial Services. What's more, the fleeting objective is to take after everyday plan about the arrangement as indicated in the syllabus and do the revision work.

PRACTICE : 

Only hypothesis work can't bring achievement. To make progress a considerable measure of training is required. Understudies ought to get mock test papers from the market and attempt to solve the complete mock judicial exam question paper in the limited time period with seriousness. Just solving mock test papers won't help if the appropriate answers are not evaluated legitimately. Comprehending mock test papers will help if the appropriate answers are assessed legitimately and the mistakes are not repeated in future.

MENTAL and PHYSICAL HEALTH : 

The Health of the student plays a key factor for any student or working professional to accomplish their desired objective. Physical as well as the psyche of the student ought to be sound, that is the reason the brain and the body ought to be given proper fuel and exercise to get the best outcome. For physical well being, students ought to take after a sound eating regimen and exercise plan. For mental quality, students ought to do meditation and read great books. These will assist the students in achieving his coveted outcome.

- After quite a while readiness to anchor the most noteworthy marks and to understand the attitude of the analyst, students ought to follow previous year question paper. Solving previous year question papers will give the student a massive measure of certainty as the questions were asked in the real exam.

The Judiciary exam is an intense exam and a lot of smart work is expected to clear this exam. The entire exam process is extremely comprehensive and can be disappointing too. In the event that an appropriate routine and process are taken after then, the student has a decent possibility of securing a decent number in the legal exam question paper. There is no alternate route to the adventure of accomplishment, however keen work and study can lessen a lot of exertion and make the journey bit simple for the students.

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Free Demo Class For Judiciary on 26th - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary on 26th September, Wednesday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at www.pahujalawacademy.com


Crash Course for UP Bihar Judicial Services coaching - PLA

Pahuja Law Academy Pvt Ltd. announces the exclusive 3-month crash course for U.P. and Bihar Judicial services coaching starting from 22 Sept 2018. For more information, call on 9821593226 / 9821593227 or visit www.pahujalawacademy.com 
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Crash Course of UP Haryana and Bihar Judiciary Exams

Crash Course Starting For U.P, Bihar & Harayana Judiciary form 22nd September - Limited Seats Left - It's an opportunity not to mss - Come and experience the difference at Pahuja Law Academy.


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Free Demo Class For Judiciary On 23rd Sept - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary on 23rd September, Sunday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at www.pahujalawacademy.com


Registration Open For Judiciary Crash Course - PLA

Pahuja Law Academy Pvt Ltd. is pleased to announce that registration of 3 months crash course for UP, Haryana and Bihar Judicial Services Coaching is now open. This course include many advantages for a judiciary aspirant. For more information, Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. visit www.pahujalawacademy.com to learn more.


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Free Demo Class For Judiciary 

Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary on 19th September, Wednesday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. 

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Free Demo Class For Judiciary on 16th Sept - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary in Hindi and English on 16th September, Sunday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at - www.pahujalawacademy.com


Crash Course For Bihar Judicial Services Coaching - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy Pvt Ltd. is glad to announce that we have open registration for Judiciary coching with special focus on upcoming Haryana - UP and Bihar judiciary examination. Call us on 9821593226 / 9821593227 or visit www.pahujalawacademy.com to know more.

Crash Course For UP Judicial Services Coaching - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy Pvt Ltd. is glad to announce that we have open registration for Judiciary coching with special focus on upcoming Haryana - UP and Bihar judiciary examination. Call us on 9821593226 / 9821593227 or visit www.pahujalawacademy.com to know more.


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Pahuja Law Academy Pvt Ltd. is glad to announce that we have open registration for Judiciary coching with special focus on upcoming Haryana - UP and Bihar judiciary examination. Call us on 9821593226 / 9821593227 or visit www.pahujalawacademy.com to know more.


Free Demo Class For CLAT on 15th Sep - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for CLAT on 15th September, Saturday 01:00 pm at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at - www.pahujalawacademy.com


Free Demo Class For Judiciary on 12th Sep - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary in Hindi and English on 12th September, Wednesday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at - www.pahujalawacademy.com


Free Demo Class For CLAT on 8th September - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for CLAT on 8th September, Saturday 01:00 pm at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at - www.pahujalawacademy.com


Free Demo Class For Judiciary on 9th Sep - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary in Hindi and English on 9th September, Sunday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at - www.pahujalawacademy.com


Free Demo Class For Judiciary on 5 Sept - PLA



Pahuja Law Academy (PLA) Announces Free Demo Class for Judiciary in Hindi and English on 5th September, Wednesday 10:00 AM at 212, D-1, 2nd Floor, Virat Bhawan, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi. Call Now - 9821593226 / 9821593227. Register Yourself for Free Demo Session at - www.pahujalawacademy.com


PLA is glad to annouce lecture on CrPC

Pahuja Law Academy Pvt Ltd.  is glad to announce a lecture on CrPC in collaboration with  Ansal University . Here are some glimpses of the ...