Sahaya’s e-JudEx: Virtual Judiciary Coaching Platform [Course Starts on Aug 31]: Register by Aug 27!

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About Sahaya’s e-JudEx

Sahaya’s e-JudEx is an online platform founded and developed by an experienced team of Ex-Judges of three different states in collaboration with Sahaya Legal Services Private Limited, a unit of Sahaya’s, 6th generation legal professionals and a trusted name in the field of Law and Justice since 1861.

This platform has been designed keeping in mind the various factors like fast pace of day-to-day life, constraints of location, easy accessibility, comfortable learning, convenience and flexibility, balancing preparation with studies/profession/job and last but not the least getting quality guidance at an affordable cost.

Sahaya’s e-JudEx is an innovative and distinguished medium for providing high quality, structured and methodical guidance to law students and aspirants desirous of cracking the Judicial Services Exams at a nominal fee structure.

About the Courses

The key is not the will to win. Everybody has that. It is the will to prepare to win that is important. Do you want to become a Judge? Now start preparing under the direct guidance of Ex-Judges!

With Sahaya’s e-JudEx, the law students and aspirants across India can prepare at their desk from the comfort of their home/rooms and the only requirement is that they should have access to a smartphone or laptop with a good internet connection.

Sahaya’s e-JudEx is offering specially designed Courses and Programmes to suit the specific requirements of different category of Judicial Services aspirants.

Details of the Courses

Sahaya’s e-JudEx is offering multiple Courses to suit the specific requirements of different type of aspirants.

Foundation Course (Specially designed for Law Students & fresh aspirants)

  1. Foundation Course is a comprehensively structured course which has been specially designed for Law Students and fresh aspirants who want to start from scratch in order to crack the Judicial Services Exams.
  2. The duration of this Course is 12 months in which the way to the solid foundation will be paved through elaborate live lectures by which the aspirants can grasp the whole structure and demand of Judicial Services Exams.
  3. In this course, there will be 4-5 classes every week and the students will be provided e-Notes every weekend. Timing of the live classes has been fixed in a congenial manner so that the enrolled students can comfortably attend the lectures while simultaneously pursuing their studies/job/professional commitments.
  4. Duration and number of lectures may also be increased at particular stages, as and when required.
  5. There will be a strong doubt resolution system associated with the platform in which the doubts and queries related to the topics will be clarified by the Educators through e-mail, messages or telecon every week.
  6. Additionally, the students will also be provided access to complimentary test series which will enable them to assess their level of preparation.

Important Dates

Sahaya’s e-JudEx classes will commence from 31st of August 2020 (Extended).

The last date to register online is 27th of August 2020 (Extended).

How to Register?

Note: Limited seats are available.

For registration, visit the website and click on the ‘Courses Enrollment’ tab, here. The Courses page will open, go to ‘Foundation Course’, Click ‘Select’ and complete the payment process.

Additional discount and Installment options are also available.

About the Founders

Ankita Raj Sahay (Former Judge, M.P. Judicial Services) is the Founder of Sahaya’s e-JudEx. She earned her LL.B (Hons.) from B.H.U and Bachelor of Arts from Isabella Thoburn College with distinction.

She was also awarded with the prestigious Alice Manchester Scholarship. Mrs. Sahay qualified the M.P.Judicial Services Examination by self preparation and served as a distinguished Judge in Madhya Pradesh. She is currently associated with R.R.Sahaya & Associates law firm in the capacity of Managing Partner.

She takes keen interest in academic activities of national importance and philanthropy. She is also specializing in Consumer Laws from NLSIU, Bangalore.

She has founded Sahaya’s e-JudEx with the view to simplify the preparation mechanism of Judicial Services Exam with her experience and expertise and provide the right support to the aspirants to crack the exams and help them in fulfilling their dream of becoming a Judge.

R.K.Srivastava, District & Sessions Judge (Retd.), Bihar and Former Lokpal (Insurance), Govt. of India is the Co-Founder and Gopal Narayan Sinha, Ex-Registrar, Allahabad High Court is the Member of Sahaya’s e-JudEx.

Mrs. Ankita Raj Sahay, Founder, while speaking to Lawctopus, has said that Sahaya’s e-JudEx is a distinctive fusion of experience, specialized knowledge and rich legacy. At Sahaya’s e-JudEx, the students will be considered like an extended family and their team will strive to understand their specific requirements and provide quality guidance to them with the blend of experience, expertise and our updated law library containing leading books and reputed journals of over 150 years.

It is pertinent to state that apart from various state-level initiatives, Sahaya’s e-JudEx is the second national-level academic project of Sahaya’s, first being the R. N. Sahay National Legal Essay Competition (RNSNLEC) which was started in the year 2014 under the patronage of Padmashree Prof. (Dr.) N R Madhava Menon and leadership of Shri. Rajeeva Ranjan Sahaya.

The competition had unique privilege of receiving foreword by the topmost Judge of the world Justice Peter Tomka, the then President of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), The Hague, Netherlands and great acclamation from legal titans like Mr. Ram Jethmalani, Mr. Fali S. Nariman, three Attorney Generals for India Mr. Soli J Sorabjee, Mr. Ashok H. Desai and Mr. K.K. Venugopal, Padmashree Mr. Praveen H. Parekh (Former President, Supreme Court Bar Association), eminent Senior Advocates Mr. Harish Salve, Dr. Abhishek Manu Singhvi, Mr. KTS Tulsi and Mr. Aman Lekhi, corporate tycoons Dr. Lalit Bhasin (President, Society of Indian Law Firms), Dr Adish Aggarwala (President, International Council of Jurists, London, UK), Ms. Zia Mody (AZB & Partners), Mr. Sumeet Malik (Editor, Supreme Court Cases) and others.

Mr. Rohan P. Sahay, Managing Partner of R.R.Sahaya & Associates and Director of Sahaya Legal Services (P) Limited, while speaking to Lawctopus, has said that Sahaya’s e-JudEx has been established also with the objective of furthering the vision of Government of India to promote digital education and transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.

Contact Information

For more information or any queries, please write at [email protected]

WhatsApp: at 9798803889

 

The website link of Sahaya’s e-JudEx is here.

 


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