West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) is the conducting body for
West Bengal Judicial Services Examination. The examination will be held in
three successive stages, viz. preliminary examination, final examination and a
Applicants must have
graduated in Law from a recognized central/state universities.
He/she must have a
membership in the bar council.
Candidates able to
speak write and read the Bengali language.
Candidates age must
not less than 23 years and exceed 35 years as on the release of date via
The Preliminary Exam
of West Bengal Judiciary consists of 200 multiple choice questions (MCQs). Each
question carries one mark and the total time duration for preliminary exam for
West Bengal Judiciary is 2hours and 30 minutes.
The mains exam will
be a conventional type written examination. The examination will have eight
compulsory papers and three optional papers. The compulsory and optional papers
will carry a total of 100 marks.
will have to attend the Personality test that is conducted for 100 marks. The
final merit is prepared on the basis of marks secured in the mains exam and
*All the details regarding eligibility & syllabus herein above are merely informative and the information available in Government websites shall be treated as authoritative.