Law Graduates who wish to become members of subordinate judiciary should write the entry-level exam which is the Judiciary exam. This exam is uniformly divided into 3 stages of Preliminary, Mains and Interview. The State government under the supervision of respective High Courts appoints members of the subordinate judiciary. The selection process is further dependent on the yearly vacancies/number of seats. The candidates aspiring to appear for the Tamil Nādu Judicial service examination should possess a degree in law
The exam shall test the candidate’s understanding of Constitution of India, Interpretation of statutes, arbitration and conciliation act 1996, law of torts, Indian Contract act 1872, The general clauses act 1897, code of criminal procedure, code of civil procedure, The family courts act 1984 etc.
Upcoming plan of Rajinikanth foundation
Every year, the Rajinikanth foundation will provide high-quality training to 100 students from the poor and marginalized strata of a society free of cost to help them compete in Tamil Nādu Judicial Service Examination conducted by TNPSC. The selection of the candidate for the training shall be based on their 10th and 12th stdand LLB graduation score with the Entrance Exam based on the understanding of basic laws such as Code of Civil Procedure, Code of Criminal Procedure, Indian Contract act, Constitution of India, Law of Torts, Arbitration and Conciliation act 1996. The selection of the 100 candidates will be based on the following criteria.
|S.No.||Particulars||% of Seats|
|1.||Children from Below poverty line family.||20%|
|2.||Children who will be first generation graduate.||20%|
|3.||Children of slum Inhabitant.||10%|
|4.||Children of economically constrained single parent or Orphan||14%|
|5.||Children of farmers with less than 3 acres of land||16%|
|6.||Children from General Category (top 10 boys and girls)||20%|
The notification for the above course shall be released every year in the announcement column of the website.