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Notification of Karnataka Judicial Services Examination 2011 also called Karnataka Civil Judge Junior Division 2011 Notification

 

HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA, BANGALORE

N O T I F I C A T I O N

NO.CJRC.1/2010, DATED THE 06TH DAY OF AUGUST, 2011.

 

LAST DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATIONS: 16.09.2011

 

It is hereby notified that under the provisions of Karnataka

Judicial Service (Recruitment) Rules, 2004 and (Amendment) Rules,

2011, the High Court of Karnataka invites applications for direct

recruitment to 152 posts of Civil Judges (the then Civil Judge (Junior Division) which includes the existing and consequential vacancies.

Minimum Qualification and Age Limit for : -

 

A. Direct Recruitment:-

1. Must be holder of a degree in Law granted by a University

established by Law in India and must have been enrolled as an Advocate.

2. Must not have completed as on the last date fixed for receipt of

applications, 38 years of age in the case of candidates belonging to

Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe and 35 years of age in the case of others.

B. Recruitment of In-service Candidates:-

1. Must be holder of a degree in Law granted by a University

established by Law in India.

2. Must not have completed as on the last date fixed for receipt of

applications, 43 years of age in the case of candidates belonging to

Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe and 40 years of age in the case of others.

3. No Officer/official in service shall be eligible for appointment as

Civil Judge unless he/she is working in the High Court and Courts

subordinate to the High Court in the following cadres, namely:

a) Deputy Registrars

b) Assistant Registrars/Public Relation Officer/ Chief Librarian.

c) Section Officers/Court Officers/ Senior Judgment Writers/

Deputy Librarians.

d) Assistant Court Officers/ Senior Assistants/ Judgment Writers.

e) Stenographers/ First Division Assistants / Assistant Librarians.

f) Chief Administrative Officer/Assistant Registrars.

g) Sheristedars and Senior Sheristedars.

h) Bench Clerks-Grade I and II.

Note: Direct recruitment to the cadre of Civil Judges is

subject to any order made under Article 16(4) or

16(4A) of the Constitution of India, providing

reservation for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes

and other backward classes.

Scale of Pay :- Rs. 27700-770-33090-920-40450-1080-44770

 

 

General

Women

Candidates

Rural

Candidate

Ex-

Service

men

Kannada

Medium

Candidates

TOTAL

Scheduled Caste

7

6

5

3

1

22

Scheduled Tribe

1

2

1

1

-

5

Category – I

1

2

2

1

1

7

Category – II (A)

7

6

5

3

1

22

Category – II (B)

2

2

2

-

-

6

Category – III (A)

2

2

2

-

-

6

Category – III (B)

2

2

3

1

-

8

General Merit

23

22

19

8

4

76

TOTAL

45

44

39

17

7

152

NOTE:- The above classification has been made keeping in view

the relevant Government Orders in force.

Disqualification for Appointment:- No person shall be eligible for

appointment to the service –

(a) unless he is a Citizen of India;

(b) if he is dismissed or removed from service or compulsorily

retired by any High Court, Government or Statutory or Local

Authority or other employer;

(c) if he has been convicted of an offence involving moral

turpitude or who is or has been permanently debarred or

disqualified by the High Court or the Union Public Service

Commission or any State Public Service Commission from

appearing for examinations or selections conducted by it or

has been removed from its roll by any Bar Council;

(d) if any penalty or punishment has been imposed by the Bar

Council or any disciplinary authority which in the opinion of

selecting authority, makes the applicant unsuitable for a

judicial post;

(e) if he directly or indirectly influences the recruiting authority

by any means for his candidature;

(f) if the marital status of the candidate is bigamous.

Probation:- A candidate selected will be initially on probation for two years or for extended period and the provisions of Karnataka Civil Services (Probation) Rules, 1977, shall mutatis mutandis, apply to persons so appointed. The candidates appointed as Civil Judge, during the period of probation, shall –

(a) undergo such training for a period not less than one year or

more as specified by the High Court, and

(b) pass the Kannada Language Examination conducted by the

Karnataka Public Service Commission in accordance with

the Karnataka Civil Services (Services and Kannada

Language Examinations) Rules, 1974, if he/she has not

already passed it.

 

 

Those who are desirous of applying for the said posts are required

to furnish the particulars in the prescribed form of Application (in

duplicate) which can be obtained from the office of the Secretary, Civil Judges Recruitment Committee, High Court of Karnataka,

Bangalore-560 001, on payment of Rupees 100/- (Rupees One Hundred only) in the form of Crossed Indian Postal Order (purchased on or after the date of this Notification) payable in favour of “The Secretary, Civil Judges Recruitment Committee, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore-560 001”. Persons desirous of obtaining Application forms by post, may send a self addressed envelope measuring 25 X 12 Cms. affixed with Rs.45/- postal stamps, along with the Postal Order.

The fee prescribed in respect of -

(1) Preliminary Examination, payable by each candidate is Rs.250/-

(Rupees Tow Hundred and Fifty only). But, in the case of

candidates belonging to SC/ST/Category-I, the fees payable shall

be Rs.125/- (Rupees One Hundred and Twenty Five only). The

fee should be remitted into any of the State Government Treasuries

under the Head “0070-Other Administrative Services-01-

Administration of Justice-501-0-01-Services and Service Fees-03-

Examination Fees” and the original Treasury receipt obtained

thereof should be sent along with the application. Applications

received without such fee receipt shall be rejected.

(2) Main Examination, payable by each candidate who is successful in the Preliminary Examination and eligible to appear for the Main

Examination is Rs.500/- (Rupees Five hundred only). However,

in the case of candidates belonging to SC/ST and Cat-I, the fees payable shall be Rs.250/- (Rupees Two hundred and Fifty only).

The Main Examination Fee should also be remitted into any of the

State Government Treasuries under the same head of Account

referred to above and the original Treasury receipt obtained thereof

should be sent to the office of the Secretary, Civil Judges

Recruitment Committee, High Court of Karnataka, High Court

Buildings, Bangalore-560 001; immediately within 15 (Fifteen)

days from the date of announcing the result of the Preliminary

Examination, failing which, their candidature will not be

considered for Main Examination. Fee once paid shall not be

refunded under any circumstances.

Those candidates called for Viva-Voce will have to appear before

the Recruitment Committee in the premises of the High Court of

Karnataka, Bangalore, at their cost.

Duly filled up application along with the required documents

should reach the Office of the Secretary, Civil Judges Recruitment

Committee, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore-560 001, before

5.00 p.m. on 16th September, 2011. Applications received after the

prescribed date and time will be rejected.

The in-service candidates shall submit their applications through

proper channel so as to reach the Secretary, Civil Judges Recruitment Committee, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore-560 001, not later than the date and time fixed for receipt of applications.

If the last date fixed for the receipt of application happens to be a

Public Holiday, the next working day will be the last date for receipt of Applications.

Application Forms – The prescribed form of application in duplicate

should be filled in by the candidates in their own hand-writing and must be accompanied by the following testimonials, failing which their applications will be rejected:-

(a) True copy of SSLC or equivalent examination certificate to

show the date of birth of the Candidate.

(b) True copy of Degree/Law Degree Convocation Certificate and

Marks Cards.

(c) True copy of Enrolment Certificate.

(d) True copies of two certificates of good character, one from

the Principal of the College or Institution in which he/she

had last studied and another from a respectable person, not

being a relative, who is well acquainted with him/her.

(e) Original Treasury receipt for having remitted the fee

prescribed in respect of examination.

(f) True copy of Caste Certificate/Eligibility Certificate, if the

Applicant is claiming reservation under any Reserved

Category.

(g) True copy of Creamy Layer Certificate, in case the applicant

belongs to General Merit and claiming reservation under

Rural Category.

(h) True copy of Citizenship Certificate (where the candidate is

not a citizen of India by birth) issued by the Deputy

Commissioner / District Magistrate of the District in which

candidate is residing.

(i) True copy of Certificate of release or discharge from military

service, in case of Ex-Servicemen.

Note: - Original Certificates and testimonials should be submitted

only at the time of viva-voce. They shall not be forwarded

with the application.

BY ORDER,

Sd/-

SECRETARY,

CIVIL JUDGES RECRUITMENT COMMITTEE,

HIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA,

BANGALORE-560 001.


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