U.P. Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Examination-2022 for 303 Vacancies

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission, Prayagraj has recently released a notification regarding the recruitment for Civil Judge (Jr Division). Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the post by submitting the application online before the last date. Before applying for the post, please check all the details carefully.

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Details of Posts, Age, Qualification & Pay Scale

Post Name- Civil Judge (Junior Division)

Total Posts- 303 (GEN-123, OBC-81, SC-63, ST-06, EWS-30)

Age- 22- 35 yrs as on 01.07.2023

 Qualification- LLB with Good Knowledge of Hindi in Devnagri Script

 Pay Scale- Rs. 27700-770-35090-920-40450-1080-44770

Application Fees

GEN/OBC/EWS Category Candidates- Rs.125/-

SC/ST/PH/Ex-Servicemen Category Candidates- Rs.65/-

Selection Process

The Selection will be made on the basis of Written Exam/Skill Test and/or Interview.

How to Apply for UP Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Examination-2022

To Apply, Candidates need to submit their application along with required documents and application fees using the Official Website of UPPSC.

Important Dates

Starting Date of Online Application- 10.12.2022

Last Date for Submitting the Fees- 06.01.2023

Closing Date of Online Application- 10.01.2023

Important Links

Official Notification/ Advertisement- Click Here

Direct Link to Apply Online- Click Here

Official Website- Click Here

Important Points

Reserved Category Candidates will get the Reservation Benefits as per the Government Rules.

The number of positions is tentative, which can be increased or decreased in the future as per the requirement of the post.

All Candidates are advised to keep Original and Self-Attested Copies of all Relevant Documents and Certificates (Educational Documents, PAN, Aadhar, Passport Size Photographs, etc) at the time of the Selection Process.

All candidates are advised to keep checking the Official Website of UPPSC also.

Selection Committee's decision will be final and should be accepted by all.