Updated On : May 3, 2023
Reader's Digest - Have you been eagerly waiting for the latest updates on the Karnataka Judiciary Vacancy for 2023? Well, the wait is finally over! We've got all the juicy details of category-wise vacancies for you right here, fresh from the official notification of the Karnataka High Court.
The Karnataka High Court released an official notification on 9 March 2023 to fill vacancies for the Civil Judge (Junior Divison) cadre on its official website.
First off, let's talk numbers. The notification reveals that there are 57 vacancies up for grabs, which is quite a substantial number! It's worth noting that these vacancies are spread across various categories. So, there's a fair bit of opportunity for all you aspiring judges out there.
This year, the Karnataka Judicial Services released a total of 57 vacancies under the Civil Judge post.
Get complete insights about the eligibility criteria and the category-wise vacancies here. Also, know the previous year's trend in Karnataka Judicial Services vacancies.
|Category||Un-reserved||Women Candidate||Rural Candidate||Kannada Medium||Ex-servicemen||Persons with benchmark disability||Others||Total|
|Category - I||-||1+5*||1+1*||2*||2*||1*||-||2+11*|
|Category - II(A)||1||2||2||1||-||-||-||6|
|Category - II(B)||-||1||4*||-||-||-||-||1+4*|
|Category - III(A)||-||1||1*||1||-||-||-||2+1*|
|Category - III(B)||-||1||-||-||-||1||1||2|
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The highest number of vacancies is announced for the General merit category, while the lowest is for Scheduled tribes. The vacancies have been categorized separately for women candidates, Kannada medium and rural candidates.
Here is the brief information about Judiciary Vacancy for Karnataka state. Go through the detailed Karnataka Judiciary Vacancy and apply accordingly.
|Category||Un-Reserved General||Women Candidate||Kannada Medium||Rural Candidate||Ex-Service Men||Physically Challenged||Total|
Now, let's get down to the nitty-gritty - the Judiciary Eligibility Criteria. After all, you can't embark on this exciting journey without first ensuring you qualify, right? Here's what you need to know:
A. Direct Recruitment:
(a) First up, you must have a Law degree from a university established by law in India. Plus, you should be enrolled as an advocate. Sounds fair, right?
(b) Now, let's talk about age limits. As of the last application date, you must be under 38 years old if you're from a Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe. For everyone else, the age limit is 35 years. How close are you to the cutoff?
(c) Good news for ex-servicemen! You get a three-year relaxation in the upper age limit. Isn't that a nice bonus?
B. In-service Candidates:
(a) Just like direct recruitment candidates, you must have a Law degree from a university established by law in India.
(b) Age limits are slightly different here. Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe candidates must be under 43 years old, while others should be under 40 years old as of the last application date.
(c) Do you have the required qualifications in the High Court or District Judiciary? Great news! You're eligible to apply for the Civil Judge post, no matter what your cadre is.
(d) Here's a shout-out to Assistant Public Prosecutors and Additional Government Pleaders working in the Department of Prosecutions and Government Litigation - you're also eligible to apply for the Civil Judge post!
So, how does your eligibility stack up? Are you ready to take on the challenge of becoming a Civil Judge? We hope this breakdown helps you understand the requirements more clearly.
In conclusion, the Karnataka Judiciary Vacancy 2023 presents an incredible opportunity for all the ambitious legal enthusiasts out there. As we've explored the ins and outs of the Karnataka High Court civil judge syllabus, it's evident that the journey towards securing this prestigious position is both challenging and rewarding.
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