Judicial Coaching and Krishna Career Zone
We feel proud to introduce ourselves as the First Law Institute of Chandigarh | Mohali | Ziarkpur as well as NORTH INDIA. We aim at imparting knowledge of law to the career oriented youth studying law or who are already in legal field. We help our students in giving a definite shape to their career and make them learn what actually the law is and also the rationale behind it. We feel, law is something which everyone should know as “ignorantia juris non excusat”. One must know the law of land, his rights and duties as well.
Judicial Crash Course
Who Is A Judge ?
Judges preside over court hearings and trials, supervise legal proceedings and uphold the rights of individuals involved in a legal process. They ensure that trials are conducted according to established rules and procedures, which may include determining how testimony is given and evidence submitted. In non-jury criminal trials, judges decide a defendant’s guilt or innocence, and in civil cases rule on liability and compensation.These professionals can be elected by the public or appointed by governments. Judges often work long hours in preparation for hearings and sometimes must travel for them. They must also be available on call for emergency situations.Candidates who wish to become Magistrates must appear in the exams carried out by the State Public Service Commission or by the High Court. The notifications for these exams will be available in all leading newspapers.
Judiciary Of India
The Indian Judiciary administers a common law system of legal jurisdiction, in which customs, precedents and legislation, all codify the law of the land. It has in part, inherited the legacy of the legal system established by the then colonial powers and the princely states since the mid-19th century, and has partly retained characteristics of practices from the ancient and medieval times.There are various levels of judiciary in India – different types of courts, each with varying powers depending on the tier and jurisdiction bestowed upon them. They form a strict hierarchy of importance, in line with the order of the courts in which they sit, with the Supreme Court of India at the top, followed by High Courts of respective states with district judges sitting in District Courts and Magistrates of Second Class and Civil Judge (Junior Division) at the bottom. Courts hear criminal and civil cases, including disputes between individuals and the government. The judiciary is independent of the executive and legislative branches of government according to the Constitution of India.