10th Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission (BJSC) Written Exam Routine & Result 2016

10th BJS Written Exam Routine 2016. The Authority of Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission Published 10 bjs Written Exam Routine 2016. BJSC Written Exam Will be Start From 30 July, 2016. and Exam Will be Complete 09 August, 2016

10th Judicial Magistrate / Assistant Judge Written Exam Routine 2016

10th Bangladesh Judicial Service Commission Written Exam Routine

Judicial Service Commission Written Examination System :

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. 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.

Judicial Service Commission Viva-voce Examination System:

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. 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 For BJSC Exam :

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.

10th Bangladesh Judicial Service Preliminary Exam Result

Download 10th BJSC Preliminary Exam Result

10th Bangladesh Judicial Service Exam Form Fill Up Notice, Exam Routine and Result. 10th BJSC Exam Notice 2016 Has been Published. 10th Judicial Magistrate / Assistant Judge Exam Notice and Form Fill up Info has Been Published. Interested Candidates Are Requested To Apply Within Deadline For Attend The Exam.

The Authority of BJSC Will be Recruit 115 Post For 1oth BJSC. To Attend 10 Judicial Magistrate Exam, Candidates have To Apply. Application Will be Start From 15 March, 2016 and Last Date of Collect Application 07 April, 2016. Application Form Will be Found at Sonali Bank Ltd Selected Branch. Branch Name Will be Given Later. and Candidates have to Send Application Form before or on 13 April, 2016 at 5.00 PM.

Eligible For Attend Exam:

  • Age Must be Maximum 32 Years as on 01 March, 2016.
  • Must be Graduation in Law or LLM Degree. and Candidates have to 2nd Class or Equivalent GPA.

How To Attend or How to Apply For BJSC Exam:

Candidates have to Apply by Prescribed Application Form. and Form Will be Found Mentioned Sonali Bank ltd Branch. Application Form Value Will BDT 200 /- . So Candidates have Pay For Collect Application Form. and BDT 1000 Taka For Others.

10th Bangladesh Judicial Service Exam Notice

10th Bangladesh Judicial Service Exam Date 2015. 9th BJS Written Exam Date & Routine Published by www.jscbd.org.bd. Bangladesh Judicial Service Exam Date, Time and Details Will be Found at our Website examresultbd.com. 10th BJS Written Exam 2015 Will be Start From May 2016. When Routine Published, We Update Here.

Judicial Service Commission Preliminary Examination System:

Considering the total number of applicant the Commission may go for a per-screening Test called the Preliminary Test of 100 marks based on multiple choice questions (MCQ). The pass marks is 55% as per Bangladesh Judicial Rule. The marks obtained by any candidate in the Preliminary Test are not added forward. Preliminary Examination result is published in three national dailies.

About BJS:

The 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.

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