8th BJS Exam Result and Viva Date:
The result of 8th BJS Written exam has been published. Please see the image below. Viva routine also given at the same time.
8th BJS Exam Circular for Assistant Judge/ Judicial Magistrate
8th BJS (Bangladesh Judicial Service) Exam Circular 2013 for Assistant Judge/Assistant Magistrate has been published by Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission.
Official Website: www.jscbd.org.bd
Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission (BJSC) has been structured under the Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission Rules, 2007. Its primary responsibilities among others are to assess the suitability of persons for appointments at the entry level of the Bangladesh Judicial Service and to conduct periodical examinations for probationer Assistant Judges/Judicial Magistrates.
Post for Assistant Judge/Assistant Magistrate: 53
Application starts- 22 May, 2013
Application deadline of 8th BJS exam 2013: 24 June, 2013 (5pm)
8th BJS Assistant Judge/Assistant Magistrate detail circular:
Exam System of 8th BJS Exam 2013:
Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission (BJSC) Examination :
Examination Process :
The BJSC Conducts the selection process for recruitment of capable & efficient persons for the Bangladesh Judicial Service who would have the integrity and knowledge in laws. Government through Ministry of Law sends requisition for recruitment depending on existing judicial vacancies at the entry level of the services. On receiving the requisition the BJSC publishes advertisement in the national dailies inviting applications under Rule 5 of the ‘বাংলাদেশ জুডিশিয়াল সার্ভিস (সার্ভিস গঠন, সার্ভিস পদে নিয়োগ এবং সাময়িক বরখাস্তকরণ, বরখাস্তকরণ ও অপসারণ ) বিধিমালা ২০০৭. The requisite qualification of the candidates are that they have second class law graduation or post graduation degree and the age limit not beyond 30 years.
Preliminary Examination :
Considering the total number of applicant the Commission may go for a pre-screening Test called the Preliminary Test of 100 marks based on multiple choice questions (MCQ). The pass marks is 55% as per বাংলাদেশ জুডিশিয়াল সার্ভিসের প্রবেশ পদে নিয়োগ বিষয়ক আদেশ, ২০০৭ এর বিধি ৪. The marks obtained by any candidate in the Preliminary Test are not added forward. Preliminary Examination result is published in three national dailies.
Written Examination :
Successful candidates of the Preliminary Examination are required to sit for a comprehensive Written Examination of 1000 marks divided in 10 Papers. Duration of the examination for each paper is 3 hours. Candidates are required to sit for a compulsory general subject of four papers consisting 400 marks and a compulsory law subject of four papers consisting 400 marks. Candidates are also required to sit for a optional law subject of two papers of their own choice from amongst 6 papers as mentioned in the syllabus as per বাংলাদেশ জুডিশিয়াল সার্ভিসের প্রবেশ পদে নিয়োগ বিষয়ক আদেশ, ২০০৭ এর বিধি 5. Pass mark in written exam is 50%. Less than 30% marks obtained in any subject will not be added with crash the entire result of a candidate.
Evaluation of Answer Script :
Answer script of written examination is evaluated by a double examination method. Examiners are nominated by the Chairman from the sitting and retired judges of Supreme Court and also from amongst senior members of Subordinate Judiciary and university teachers. When the difference between the 1 st and 2 nd examiner is 20 marks or above the answer sheet is then sent to a 3 rd examiner for evaluation. Examiners are instructed for not putting any marks or sign on the answer script. They are given separate mark sheet for evaluation purpose. The average mark of the 1 st & 2 nd examiner is considered as the actual mark of an individual candidate. In case of 3 rd examination the
average number of the two nearest number is considered as the actual mark obtained.
All the mark sheets of the examiners are scrutinized for any miscalculation or non- marking by the Chairman nominated Scrutinizers. According to the report of scrutinizers regarding any flaws necessary corrections are made in the mark sheets.
Tabulation & Publication of the Written Examination Result :
For the purpose of preparing the result tabulators nominated by the Chairman first write down the marks of each code numbered answer sheet in a detailed Average Sheet for calculating the average number. Then the decoding is done and each candidates name & roll numbers are written on the tabulation sheet along with their marks obtained. The marks written in the tabulation sheet are taken from the average sheet. The marks are aggregated and cross-cheeked by another group of tabulators nominated by the Chairman. All these are done for maintaining highest accuracy in preparing the result. Then candidates name who qualifies in the written examination are published in the daily newspapers and they are called for a viva-voce examination.
Viva-voce Examination :
Candidates qualified in the written examination appear before the Interview Board comprising of 5/6 Members headed by a Chairman nominated by the Commission. The Commission may also constitute more than one Board depending on the number of candidates. The mark of the viva-voce test is 100 and a candidate securing minimum 50% marks will be added with the marks secured by him in the Written Test as per [বাংলাদেশ জুডিশিয়াল সার্ভিসের প্রবেশ পদে নিয়োগ বিষয়ক আদেশ, ২০০৭ এর বিধি 7]. Each candidate’s legal
knowledge, presentation, confidence level, personality, handwriting, general knowledge etc. are the matters to be considered by the Board.
Preparation of the Final Result :
Each candidate’s viva-voce number is added in the tabulation sheet and the total numbers are aggregated for preparing the Merit List according to the highest mark obtained. Candidates must pass both written and viva-voce examination separately.
Medical Test :
Successful candidates’ physical ability are tested by a Medical Board constituted by the Ministry of Health.
Recommendation for Appointment :
On the basis of the vacant posts for which the Ministry of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs sent the requisition, the names of successful candidates from the top of the merit-list are recommended for their appointment to be made by the Hon’ble President.