Civil Judge Junior Division and Judicial Magistrate First Class Preliminary Examination – 2012
Date and Place of Examination - Sunday, 16th September, 2012 at Aurangabad, Mumbai and Nagpur District Centres.
No. of Posts – 150
Last Date for Submission of completed application is 14th August, 2012 at 23.59.
Fees – (a) Open- Rs.260/- (b) Backward Classes- Rs.135/-
This Examination will be held in following three stages:-
(1) Preliminary Examination - One question paper of objective type (multiple choices) carrying100 marks. Medium of the examination will be English.(100 Marks)
(2) Main Examination - Shall be of two hundred marks consisting two papers of 100 marks each. Medium of the examination will be Marathi and English.
(3) Viva-Voce - Candidate who qualifying the main examination as per the Cut Off Marks fixed by the Commission will be called for interview. The candidates have to secure 50 marks in each paper and 60% marks in aggregate in the main written examination to qualify for interview.
(4) Selection - The final selection shall be made on the basis of marks obtained in Main examination and Viva-Voce.
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