OPSC Civil Judge Recruitment 2023 | 57 Positions | The deadline is March 17, 2023
The OPSC Recruitment 2023 notification has been issued for the positions of Civil Judges in a variety of disciplines. There are approximately 57 open positions in the aforementioned positions. Candidates with a B.L/LLB degree are eligible to apply for the positions.
Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC): It is a state agency with the authority to conduct civil service examinations for entry-level appointments to Odisha’s various civil services. In 1996, the strength was increased to six. It has extensive experience in the selection of personnel for various government services in Odisha over a five-decade period.
OPSC Civil Judge Recruitment 2023:
|Job Role||Civil Judges|
|Total Vacancies||57 Posts|
|Salary||Rs.77,840 – 1,36,520/-|
|Application Starts from||17 February 2023|
|Last Date||17 March 2023|
Qualifications in education:
Civil Court Judges:
- A candidate must be a law graduate from a government-recognized university or institution.
- If he/she is a graduate in Law from a University recognised by the State Government and has served for at least seven years in the High Court or any Civil or Criminal Court subordinate to the High Court or in the Law Department.
Age Limit (as of August 1, 2022):
- A candidate must be at least 23 years old and no older than 35 years old.
- He or she must have been born between the 2nd of August, 1987 and the 1st of August, 1999.
- The maximum age limit is relaxed by five years for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, SEBC, Women, Ex-servicemen or Commissioned and SSC Officers of defence service, and by ten years for Persons with Bench Mark Disabilities.
Salary range: Rs 77,840-1,36,520/-
Number of Vacancies: 57 ( Out of which Vacancies reserved for Women – 18 Posts )
OPSC Recruitment 2023 Selection Process:
- Candidates for recruitment to the Civil Judges cadre will be chosen through a competitive examination consisting of three parts: preliminary written examination, main written examination, and interview.
The main written examination is as follows:
- The main written examination will consist of two mandatory papers and three optional papers.
- Each compulsory subject is worth 150 points and will last 2 1/2 (two and a half) hours, while each optional subject is worth 150 points and will last three hours.
- Unless otherwise directed, candidates must respond to the papers in English.
- The standard of papers shall be that of an LL.B. course, and that of a degree course in the case of compulsory Paper-I.
- The Commission shall select candidates for interviews from among those who have obtained not less than 45 percent in aggregate and a minimum of 33 percent in each paper in the Main Written Examination, not more than three times the number of advertised vacancies under each category in order of merit.
- The optional subjects for the main written examination that the candidate specifies in the online application form will be considered final.
- No requests to change optional subjects will be considered.
- The interview will be worth 100 (one hundred) points.
- Questions for the interview should not normally go beyond the syllabus for the Main Written Examination.
- Questions about broad national and international issues, as well as topics of common interest in the arts and sciences, may be asked during the interview.
- The names of the candidates will not be included in the merit list unless they receive at least 40% of the marks in the interview.
- The Commission shall prepare a list of candidates in order of merit based on a written test and an interview that is equal to the number of advertised vacancies.
How to Apply for OPSC 2023 Recruitment?
Candidates who are interested and qualified can apply online at their official website from February 17 to March 17, 2023, at 11:59 p.m.
- The Certificate of Admission to the Written Examination will be uploaded in the OPSC Website prior to the date of the written examination, which will be published in the Commission’s Website and Newspapers.
- The Medical Board will examine every candidate who is chosen for appointment.