Vidhi Judicial Academy
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FAQ

Vidhi Judicial Academy introduced the concept of “Premium Classes” for the first time in India adopting wholistic approach. It means classes where “interest of the students” come first and every other thing comes thereafter. Whatever should be done to serve the best interest of the students, the same is planned and done. Essential components of “Premium Classes” are as follows:

  • “Interactive classes with limited number of seats in a batch” Requirement of the students is that class should be interactive. For that purpose, we have decided to keep maximum number of seats 50.
  • “Focus on each and every student as per specific merits and problems, We feel that every student is different by nature, he needs different treatment. Therefore, we wish to further sub divide the class of 50 students into three teams and provide separate faculty to each for their grooming to take out best of them.
  • “Exclusive focus on Judicial Services Examination” we are focusing exclusively on “Judicial Services Examination”. Our attention is not diverted to other exams like CLAT, IAS or LL.B. examinations.
  • “No entry of non-serious students” Our focus is on achievement of result within earliest possible time and preferable in first attempt. Therefore, quality and sincerity of our students is most important. It’s our endeavour that not even a single non-sincere student should be given admission so that environment of class should be competitive and education friendly.
  • “Focus on emotional and physical strength of the students” Stress in day to day routine life is a bigger problem and we wish our students should be able to cope up with that and should be able to maintain higher degree of concentration and for that purpose practice of meditation/ yoga is must. So, we have arranged yoga expert for meditation classes as one of the component of “Premium Classes”. Maintaining physical strength continuously till selection is also bigger challenge and to deal with it we are providing consultation with medical experts including dietician and psychologist.

Duration of Foundation Course is 15 months. Classes will be five days per week, three hours per day. Course shall be completed within 12 months. During last three months, you will get opportunity to discuss your problems and give tests two days per week.

No, fee once paid is not refundable. Students are advised to take trial classes before taking admission and depositing fee. They should get themselves satisfied in all respect before taking admission.

Timing of different batches are as follows :
1. 7.00 AM to 10.00 AM
2. 12.30 PM to 3.30 PM
3. 4.00 PM to 7.00 PM
4. 7.00 PM to 9.30 PM

Yes, We conduct weekend batches. Classes will be on Saturday and Sunday. Timings are as follows :
1. 11.00 AM to 3.30 PM
2. 4.00 PM to 8.30 PM

It is situated at 521, First floor, Mukherjee Nagar, Delhi 110009, just adjacent to SBI branch on Ram Lal Kapoor Marg (going towards Bhai Parmanand Colony and Dhakka Village just opposite to Signature view Apartments Mukherjee Nagar).

Nearest metro station is GTB Nagar situated on Yellow Line of the Metro. You should take exit from gate number 2. Thereafter, you have options to hire private rickshaw or common auto. If you come common auto, de-board at red light opposite to Signature View apartments and then move on your left-hand side for about 200 Metres, you will see the board of “Vidhi Judicial Academy” on your right hand.

Most states only prescribe a minimum and maximum age limit i.e. a candidate can appear as many times as they'd like between the given ages.However, Uttar Pradesh has set a limit on the number of attempts as 4.

Every state prescribes an upper age limit till which a candidate can apply for judicial examinations, in addition to the necessity of having completed a L.L.B. or B.A. L.L.B. degree.

Delhi 32 years
Haryana 21-40 years
Punjab 21-37 years
Uttar Pradesh 22-35 years
Himachal Pradesh 22-30 years
Uttarakhand 35 years

  1. Constitutional law
  2. Indian Penal Code
  3. Civil Procedure Code
  4. Criminal Procedure Code
  5. Indian Contract Act
  6. Indian Evidence Act
  7. Limitation Act
  8. Law of Arbitration
  9. Indian Partnership Act
  10. Registration Act
  11. Specific Relief Act
  12. Hindu Marriage Act
  13. Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act
  14. Hindu Succession Act
  15. Sale of Goods Act
  16. Hindu Minority and Guardianship Act
  17. Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act
  18. Law of Torts
  19. Transfer of Property Act
  20. Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Divorce) Act
  21. Customary Law
  22. Negotiable Instruments Act

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