Judiciary Masterclass

India’s First Live Online Course for Preparation of Civil Judge Preliminary Examinations.

Course Features:

Exam Qualified Faculty

Get coached by faculties who have cracked the exams themselves…

Interactive Classes

Take live interactive classes, ask questions and clear your doubts during the class…

Practice Mock Tests

Take your preparation to the next level with  subject wise tests and live mock tests.

One-on-one Mentoring

Special mentoring and follow up sessions for tracking preparations…

One-on-one Doubt Sessions

Online sessions specially designed for doubt clearing and consultation…

Special Strategy Sessions

Special Live Sessions past year toppers on preparation strategies…

Course Coverage:

This course covers the common major subjects of all the states. The course is divided into two parts: Civil Law and Criminal Law Subjects. The classes for both the parts will be conducted everyday. The syllabus will be covered extensively along with latest case laws and relevant practice questions for each subject.

1. Indian Contract Act

2. Transfer of Property Act

3. Specific Relief Act

4. Negotiable Instruments Act

5. Sale of Goods Act

6. Partnership Act

7. Code of Civil Procedure

8. Indian Registration Act

9. Limitation Act

10. Constitutional Law

1. Indian Penal Code

2. Code of Criminal Procedure

3. Indian Evidence Act

Course Instructors:

Mr. Shishir Shrivastava

This course will be conducted live by Mr. Shishir Shrivastava. Shishir holds a Masters Degree in Constitutional Law from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala, Punjab. He is an advocate with 5 years of experience in litigation at the High Court of Chhattisgarh and District and Sessions Court of Raipur. He has more than 3 years of experience in training aspirants for the preparation of civil judge examination in various states.

Student Testimonials:

Course Schedule:

Class Timings:

Civil Law Live Classes: Monday to Friday: 11 AM to 1 PM
Criminal Law Live Classes: Monday to Friday: 6 PM to 8 PM

Fees & Registration:

  • 6 Months Access to Live and Recorded Classes.
  • Access to Discussion Forums
  • Mock Tests & Subject Wise Practice Tests

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Frequently Asked Questions

Upon enrollment, you can access the classes on our website using your mobile or personal computer.

You will need an internet browser and internet connection in your device. No other software or app is required.

Live lectures will not be repeated. You can watch the class recordings for the missed classes.

The live lectures will not be repeated. Class recordings will be made available for 6 months from the 1st day of your subscription.

No study material will be provided except the ppts and question papers. It is recommended that students use the bare acts for a good preparation.

All the common major subjects of both civil and criminal laws of all the States will be covered except the local laws.

You can ask questions via live chat during the live classes. Furthermore, there will be a weekly dedicated session every Saturday from 10 AM to 1 PM. You can also ask questions in the course discussion forum/ chat group.

You can make online payment using any major debit / credit card, upi, internet banking or mobile wallets. Our payment gateways are secure and we do not store any private payment information.

There is no provision for cancellation of enrollment. RostrumLegal reserves the right to amend the fee structure, offer discounts and refunds at its sole discretion.

About Judiciary Masterclass

Do you aspire to become a judge in India? A career as a judge can be attained through two levels. One is the lower Judiciary where fresh graduates get selected through entrance examinations conducted by the Public service Commission of each state or the Higher Judiciary which requires a minimum of seven years of practice in the Bar. To prepare for the Judicial Service Examination in a meticulous manner every aspirant must have clarity on what to learn and what not to focus upon.  The Judiciary Examination is held in two stages namely Judicial Service Preliminary Examination which consist of only objective questions, followed by the Judicial Service Main Examination. Only those who are shortlisted from the preliminary examination will be qualified to appear for the Mains.

This course will prepare you for the major subjects for Civil Judge Preliminary Examination across all Indian States.