Bihar Judiciary Coaching (Online Classes)

Are you dreaming of a prestigious career as a judicial officer in Bihar? Your journey to becoming a part of the esteemed Bihar Judiciary begins right here. Welcome to Law Prep Judiciary, where we pave the way to your aspirations with the best Bihar Judiciary coaching.

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FAQs About Bihar Judiciary Coaching

Bihar Judiciary Coaching is a specialised training program designed to prepare law graduates for the Bihar Judicial Services (BJS) Examination. This program offers guidance, study materials, and expert mentorship to help candidates excel in this highly competitive exam.
Bihar Judiciary Coaching programs provide expert guidance, comprehensive study materials, interactive live classes, and access to AI-based performance analysis. They offer a structured approach to exam preparation and enhance your knowledge, increasing your chances of success.
Coaching programs usually offer flexible durations, including one-year, two-year, and three-year options. Candidates can select the program that aligns with their preparation needs and goals.
Yes, our Bihar Judiciary Coaching includes regular live classes. These live sessions provide opportunities for candidates to interact with instructors and peers, seek clarification, and participate in discussions, enhancing their understanding of legal subjects.
There are three stages of the BJS exam- prelims, mains, and interview. Prelims and mains have different exam patterns, and candidates must score above the cut-off to appear for the main exam.
Candidates are allowed a total 6 attempts for the Bihar judiciary exam.
As you solve previous year's question papers, you become familiar with the exam pattern, important topics, weightage that each topic carries, and difficulty level. Also, it helps you work on your speed and builds your confidence.

As it’s a competition exam with objective-type questions, you need to work on your speed and accuracy. Therefore, it’s important that you solve as many questions papers and mock tests as you can. Also, stay focused and consistent. Follow your study routine diligently, understand your strengths, work on your weaknesses, and be regular. The best way to prepare for the BJS exam is to join a BJS online coaching so that you can seek expert guidance and get all the help you need during your preparation journey.

Although there is no defined number of mock tests, we recommend at least 1 every week initially. Once you have improved your speed and become familiar with the exam pattern, you can go for 2 mock tests every week. As the exam date approaches, take 1 mock test every day. Make sure that you keep track of your performance and work on your weaknesses.
First, make sure that you have all the details, including the latest syllabus, exam pattern, and books. Once you know how much you have to prepare, it’s time to create a schedule and stick to it. Follow your routine, assign equal time to each subject, discuss with someone who is from the same field, take mock tests, and track your progress.
If you are confident that you can prepare for the exam by yourself and have access to an updated syllabus, exam pattern, and books, then you don’t have to join BJS coaching. However, we recommend aspirants sign up for trusted coaching so they have a strict study schedule. Also, they get to learn from subject experts and get direct access to extensive study material. The best part is joining a reliable institute ensures that they take regular mock tests, which makes them comfortable with speed and accuracy, two key factors to clear any competitive exam.
The prelims is the first stage of the BJS exam that consists of 100 questions, each carrying 1 mark. The duration of the exam is 2 hours, and it’s an objective-type exam. Candidates who score more than the cut-off appear in the main exam.
No, there is no negative marking in the BJS exam.
We offer a comprehensive range of study materials, including law books, language resources, judgement writing guides, full-length mock tests, and subject-specific materials. These resources are tailored to cover the Bihar Judicial Services Examination syllabus.
Yes, we provide recorded classes for students to review or catch up on any missed sessions. This ensures that you don't miss out on valuable content.
The Bihar Judicial Services Exams are highly competitive, with a significant number of law graduates competing for a limited number of vacancies. Effective preparation and guidance from coaching programs are crucial for success.

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About Bihar Judiciary Exam 

The Bihar Judiciary Exam, officially known as the Bihar Judicial Services Examination or Bihar PCS J (Provincial Civil Services - Judicial), is a competitive examination conducted by the Bihar Public Service Commission (BPSC) to recruit candidates for the posts of Civil Judge at various levels within the state's judicial services. This examination is the gateway for aspiring candidates to become judicial officers and serve in the legal system of the state of Bihar.


Bihar Judiciary Exam Stages 

The Bihar Judiciary Exam generally consists of three stages:

  • Preliminary Examination 

This is an objective-type preliminary examination designed to screen candidates for the Main Examination. It tests candidates' knowledge of general legal principles and current affairs.

  • Main Examination  

The Main Examination includes written papers that delve into various legal subjects, such as Civil Law, Criminal Law, Procedural Laws (including the Civil Procedure Code and Criminal Procedure Code), the Indian Evidence Act, and the Indian Penal Code.

  • Viva-Voce (Interview) 

The final stage of the examination involves a Viva-Voce or interview. It assesses candidates' personality, communication skills, and their suitability for a judicial career.


Bihar Judiciary Syllabus 2024 

Preliminary Exam Syllabus 

The Bihar Judicial Service preliminary exam has two papers: 

Paper 1 

1. General Knowledge including Current Affairs

2. Elementary General Science 

Paper 2 

1. Law of Evidence & Procedure

2. Constitutional and Administrative Law of India

3. Hindu Law & Muhammadan Law

4. Law of Transfer of Property, Principles of Equity, Law of Trusts and Specific Relief Act

5. Law of Contracts & Torts

6. Commercial Law 


Mains Exam Syllabus 

There are five compulsory papers, of which Hindi & English are of qualifying nature.

1. General Knowledge / General Studies including Current Affairs – 150 marks

2. Elementary General Science – 100 marks

3. General Hindi – 100 marks

4. General English – 100 marks

5. Law of Evidence and Procedure – 150 marks

There will be a choice of five optional papers, from which, candidates have to select three:

1. Constitutional and Administrative Law of India– 150 marks

2. Hindu law and Mohammedan law – 150 marks

3. Transfer of Property Act, Principles of Equity, Law of Trusts and Specific Relief Act – 150 marks

4. Law of Contract and Torts – 150 marks

5. Commercial Law – 150 marks


Detailed Syllabus of the Exam  


Preliminary & Mains General Knowledge / General Studies: 

General Knowledge / General Studies paper for the Bihar Judicial Service Exams will consist of questions from the following areas:

  • Current events of national and international importance

  • History of India and Indian National Movement

  • Indian and World Geography

  • Indian Polity and Economy

  • The questions will be of the level which the candidates should be able to answer without special study.


Elementary General Science:  

A paper of questions to test such matters of everyday observation and experience in their scientific aspects as may be expected of an educated person, who has not made a special study of any scientific subject. 

General Hindi: 

  • निबंध

  • व्याकरण 

General English: 

English paper for the Bihar Judicial Service Exams will consist of questions from the following areas:

  • Spotting Errors in sentences and phrases

  • Antonyms and Synonyms

  • Fill in the blanks with missing words

  • Usage of prepositions, idioms and phrases

  • Word analogies

  • Test of spellings

  • Re-arranging sentences

  • Questions to test comprehension – with a passage to be read and questions based on the same.

  • Questions will be set to test the understanding of and the power to write English. A passage or passages will usually be set for summary or precis.

  • Questions will include letter writing on given subject.


Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Constitution of India –  

Article 1 to 395 and Schedules 


Administrative Law: 

  • Delegated Legislation

  • Control of Delegated Legislation – Judicial & Legislative

  • Fair Hearing; Rules of Natural Justice; Rules Against Bias; Audi AlteramPartem

  • Tribunals and Quasi-Judicial Authorities; Judicial Control over them

  • Regulatory- Authorities

  • Judicial Review of Administrative Action

  • Writ Jurisdiction and Statutory Judicial Remedies, Scope, Extent & Distinction

  • Public Interest Litigation

  • Tortious Liability of State and Compensation

  • Promissory Estoppel, Legitimate Expectation & Doctrine of Proportionality

  • Government Contracts

  • Ombudsman Law of Evidence & Procedure

  • Indian Evidence Act (1 of 1872)

  • Civil Procedure Code (5 of 1908)

  • Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996

  • Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974)

  • Provincial Small Cause Courts Act, 1887 Hindu Law and Mohammedan Law

  • Hindu Law including Schools, Marriage, Adoption, Impartible Estate, Endowment

  • Muhammadan Law including Marriage Law, Adoption, Wills, Legitimacy, Acknowledgement, Guardianship Commercial Law The main principles of law relating to Sale of Goods, Negotiable Instruments, Company Law, Partnership.



The personal interview is of 100 marks. Final merit list is prepared by adding the marks obtained by a candidate in the mains exam (out of 900 marks) and the interview (out of 120 marks). A candidate must secure at least 35% marks in the interview to qualify for the final merit list. 


Bihar PCS J Coaching by Law Prep Judiciary 

Anyone who aspires to join judicial services must prepare diligently in order to clear the exam in the first attempt. If you are planning to appear for the BJS exam, then it’s time that you join a trusted Bihar PCS J coaching to seek personal guidance.

Law Prep Judiciary offers engaging Bihar PCS J coaching classes led by experienced faculty. From live interactive classes and comprehensive notes to doubt-clearing sessions and mock test series, we have got your back at every step of your preparation journey. With us, you don’t mug up the syllabus but work on paper-solving strategies that help you answer questions faster and more accurately within seconds. You also master tips to solve tricky and complex objective-type questions. 

Preparing for the BJS exam can be challenging and stressful, but with LPT, you can make your learning seamless and fulfilling. So, join our Bihar judiciary coaching and take your first step toward your goal.


Fees of Bihar Judiciary Coaching 

Here is the fee structure of online Bihar Judiciary coaching by Law Prep Judiciary:


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Regular Online Batch

1 Year

80,000/- 1,00,000

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Foundation Online Batch

2 Years

1,20,000/- 1,50,000

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Pre-Foundation Online Batch

3 Years

1,60,000/- 2,00,000

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Strategy to Prepare For Bihar PCS J Exam 

Preparing for the Bihar Provincial Civil Services (Judicial) or Bihar PCS J exam requires a well-structured strategy and consistent effort. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you prepare effectively for this competitive examination:

1. Understand the Syllabus 

Start by thoroughly understanding the syllabus. The Bihar PCS J exam typically includes questions on various legal subjects, including Civil Law, Criminal Law, Procedural Laws, and General Knowledge. Be sure you are familiar with the entire syllabus.

2. Create a Study Plan 

Develop a comprehensive study plan that covers all subjects and topics within the syllabus. Allocate sufficient time for each subject, considering your strengths and weaknesses.

3. Study Material Selection 

Choose the right study materials, including law books, reference materials, and online resources. Make sure your study materials are aligned with the syllabus.

4. Regular Reading and Note-Taking 

Read and understand legal texts, judgments, and statutory provisions. Take detailed notes, highlighting key points and legal principles.

5. Mock Tests and Previous Papers 

Regularly practise with mock tests and previous years question papers. This helps you become familiar with the exam pattern and assess your progress.

6. Legal Updates 

Stay updated with recent legal developments, landmark judgments, and legislative changes, particularly in Bihar. This knowledge is essential for the General Knowledge paper.

7. Effective Writing Skills 

Work on your legal writing skills, including case analysis, judgement writing, and legal reasoning. Practice answering questions in a clear, structured, and concise manner.

8. Interactive Learning 

Join the online Bihar PCS J coaching program by Law Prep Judiciary for live interactive classes. These sessions enable you to interact with instructors and peers, ask questions, and clarify doubts.

9. Performance Analysis 

Track your progress and identify areas that need improvement. This approach helps you fine-tune your preparation.

10. Regular Revision 

Regularly revise what you've studied. Create revision schedules to retain and reinforce knowledge.

11. Time Management on Exam Day 

Plan how you'll manage your time during the exam. Allocate a specific amount of time to each section and question. Ensure you don't spend too much time on any one question.

12. Viva-Voce (Interview) Preparation 

If you clear the written exams, prepare for the Viva-Voce (interview) by practising with mock interviews. Work on your communication skills and legal knowledge.

13. Legal Resource and Reference Materials

Refer to legal resources and reference materials that can supplement your study. Legal dictionaries, academic journals, and online databases can be valuable.

14. Peer Interaction 

Connect with fellow aspirants. Group study sessions, discussion forums, and peer interaction can provide valuable insights and motivate you.

15. Health and Well-being 

Don't neglect your physical and mental health. Maintain a balanced diet, do regular exercise, and practise relaxation techniques to manage stress.

16. Regular Updates and Notifications 

Stay informed about important dates, application notifications, and any updates related to the Bihar PCS J exam.


Get Access to Online Judiciary Resources 


  • Judiciary Study Material

  • Judiciary Mock Test