Team of former judges develops e-JudEx, an online platform to provide affordable coaching for Judicial Services Exams

Rintu Mariam Biju

An online platform called "e-JudEx" has been developed by a team of former judges with a view to providing high quality, structured, and affordable coaching to law students and aspirants desirous of cracking the Judicial Services Exams.

With e-JudEx, aspirants can now prepare for Judicial Services Exams from the comfort of their homes under the direct guidance of ex-judges. The platform has specially designed courses and programmes to suit the aspirants' specific requirements.

e-JudEx currently offers three types of Courses:

  • Foundation Course

  • Crash Course

  • Subject Wise Course

The Foundation Course has been specially designed for law students and fresh aspirants who want to start from scratch. The duration of this course is 12 months. The students will also be provided e-notes of the live lectures every week.

Crash Course is a short-term booster course which has been designed for the aspirants who have already reached an advance level of preparation. The duration of this course is 3 months. The educator will quickly deal with the synopsis of core topics through online live classes, followed by e-notes.

Subject Wise Course has been designed for aspirants who want to brush up their knowledge and concepts in particular subjects. The duration of this course will vary between 3-5 weeks, during which the aspirants can select such subjects of law that they want to study.

Ankita Raj Sahay (former judge, Madhya Pradesh Judicial Services) is the founder of e-JudEx. She qualified the MP Judicial Services Examination by self-preparation and has served as a judge in the state. She is currently associated with a law firm called RR Sahaya & Associates, in the capacity of Managing Partner.

Other members behind the project include co-founder RK Srivastava, who is a retired District & Sessions Judge of the Bihar Judicial Services and former Lokpal (Insurance), and Gopal Narayan Sinha an ex-Registrar of the Allahabad High Court.

Speaking to Bar & Bench, Ankita Sahay, said,

“This virtual judiciary coaching has been conceptualized by me in association with two more former judges of different states. The objective and effort behind setting up e-JudEx is aimed towards providing high quality teaching and expert guidance to the bright law students and aspirants aiming to crack judicial services exams in nominal fee. As Michelangelo said, 'Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it'. Similarly, I believe that there is already a judge inside each one of you, and our guidance, coupled with your hard work and dedication, will help you in discovering it.”

Ankita Sahay

The standard live classes for all the courses will commence from August 20. The last date for online registration along with early bird benefits is August 10.

For more information, visit: www.ejudex.com or call/WhatsApp at 9798803889

[Read the press release here]

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