Last Date:22 August,2019
Adv. No. : CJR/13/2019
High Court of Karnataka
High Court of Karnataka invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 56 Civil Judge. Apply Online before 22 August 2019. High Court of Karnataka Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official Website is www. karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in
Name of the post – Civil Judge
No of post – 56
Pay Scale – 27700 – 44770/-
Degree in Law form recognized University.
General Instructions :sarkari naukri
- Those who are desirous of applying for the said posts are required to fill up the application online on the website http: / /karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in/recruitment.asp Applications sent by any other mode other than online will not be considered. The fee shall be remitted as hereunder:
- Online Payment: On submission of online application, the candidate shall make the online payment of application fee by SBI online payment gateway through link http: / / karnatakajudiciary. kar. nic . in / recruitment. asp
- Challan Form: On submission of online application, the candidate shall download the
challan from SBI online payment gateway through link
http: / /karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in/recruitment.asp in PDF format and shall remit the prescribed fee in any branch of SBI. (System need to support PDF reader-like Adobe, Acrobat)
- The Last Date for register / submit Online Application : 22/08/2019 (11.59 PM)
- The Last Date for payment of fee through online : 26/08/2019
- The Last Date for payment of fee through Challan : 26/08/2019 till Banks’ working hours.
- Preliminary Examination : The Candidate belonging to Category-IIA and IIB shall remit fee of Rs.500/- (Rupees five hundred only). The candidate belongs to Category-I shall remit fee of Rs.250/- (Rupees two hundred fifty only).
- Main Written Examination fee shall be payable by each candidate who is successful in the Preliminary Examination and eligible to appear for the Main Written Examination 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 Written Examination. The candidate belonging to Category -IIA and IIB shall remit fee of Rs.1,000/- (Rupees one thousand only). The candidate belonging to Category-I shall remit fee of Rs.500/- (Rupees five hundred only).
- Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances.
- Those candidates called for Competitive Examinations and Viva-Voce will have to appear for the same at their own cost.
- Applications sent in any other mode except online will not be considered.
- In-service candidates shall submit their applications online not later than the date and time fixed for receipt of applications and should possess “No Objection Certificate” issued by the concerned Authority at the time of submitting online application and produce the same whenever directed by the Authority without fail.
- Candidates Claiming Reservations under Category-I, II (A) and II (B) shall possess the certificate in the form as prescribed by the Government of Karnataka and issued by the competent Authority at the time of submitting online application and produce the same whenever directed by the Authority without fail.
- Candidates claiming reservation under Physically Challenged shall possess the Certificates issued by Competent Authorities at the time of submitting online application and produce the same whenever directed by the Authority without fail.
- Candidates claiming reservation under Ex-Servicemen shall possess the certificate of release or discharge from Military Service at the time of submitting online application and produce the same whenever directed by the Authority without fail.
- Candidates claiming reservation under Rural quota should have studied from 1 to 10th standard in rural areas. The candidate shall possess Rural Study Certificate in the format prescribed in G.O.No.DPAR 96 SRR 2005 dated 10.08.2005, duly attested by the Head Master of the School and countersigned by the concerned BEO and produce the same whenever directed by the Authority without fail.
- Candidates claiming reservation under Kannada Medium quota shall possess certificate for having studied in Kannada Medium from 1 to 10th standard as prescribed in GoK Notification No.DPAR 71 GPR 2001 dated 24.10.2002, duly attested by the Head Master of the School and countersigned by the concerned BEO at the time of submitting online application and produce the same whenever directed by the Authority without fail.
- The candidate shall furnish two character certificates of good character (one from the Principal of the Institution/College in which he/she last studied with study details and another from a respectable person not being a relative who is well acquainted with him/her at the time of verification of documents.
- Candidates called for the document verification at the time of Viva-Voce shall furnish the necessary original documents with three sets of self attested photocopies of the documents with regard to Educational Qualification i.e., SSLC or equivalent examination certificate to show the Date of Birth, ID Proof, Marks cards of Degree, Law Degree, Convocation Certificates and Certificate of Caste, reservations claimed with regard to Rural/Physically Challenged/Ex-Servicemen and Kannada Medium etc., for verification.
- On verification, if the information so furnished by the applicant in the application is found to be false, then their candidature is liable for rejection and also they are liable for Criminal Prosecution for furnishing false information.
- After the death of Tippu Sultan in 1799, the British recognized the claim of Krishnaraja Wodeyar III, son of Chamaraja Wodeyar to the throne of the State. Poornaiah continued to be the Diwan and Barry Close was the Resident.
- The State was divided into three ‘Subhas’ each under the control of a Subhedar, who was the executive officer and also the Judge in his domain. ‘Subhas’ were divided into Districts and the latter into Taluks.
- On October 21, 1831 the Governor-General of India Bentick issued proclamation and assumed administration of Mysore for East India Company on the allegation that Raja was incapable of handling the affairs of the State. Administration of Mysore was entrusted to a Board of Commissioners which included a Senior Commissioner and a Junior Commissioner. This Board was assisted by Diwan in financial matters and the Resident in political relations of the Ruler. This Board was abolished in June 1832 and administration of the State was entrusted to one single Commissioner.
- After the death of Krishnaraja Wodeyar III in 1868, the British restored the throne to his adopted son Chamarajendra Wodeyar only in March 1881.
- In 1881 the post of the Commissioner was abolished and British Resident was appointed in at Mysore. A post of Diwan was created and he was to be the head of the administrative machinery with a council of two advisors.
- The above system of administration continued till the Maharaja executed the instrument of accession to the Dominion of India on 24-9-1947.
- Under the Constitution of India, Mysore State was Part ‘B’ State with the Maharaja designated as the ‘RAJPRAMUKH’.
- Under Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan, administration of Justice was mainly a local concern. Revenue Officers also acted as Judges. It was the duty of the Amils to investigate serious criminal cases and report to higher authorities for decision. There was a Sadar (Chief) Court at the Capital for administering justice in accordance with Mohammadan Law. Qazis in important towns decided matters concerning succession, inheritance and other matters as per the provisions of Mohammadan Law.
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