MP Higher Judicial Service (Entry Level) Direct Recruitment Examination 2014 For 77 Posts Of District Judge
Judicial service is considered to be among the top brass of services of the country with the best of the reputations and social recognition. The national and state level judiciary is representing the finest guards of law and order ensuring social and criminal justice to the citizens. As per the Indian constitution, there are several courts are in operation throughout the country offering justice to the demanding mass. And this service is among the most preferred choices of millions of youth who would like to drive their career through law. Mostly awarded with a government stature, the state level judiciary has always remained in focus among the job aspirants, who would like to take their career with a prestigious job.
With the present announcement from the MP State Judiciary, there is an announcement for fill up competent positions of Higher Judicial Service at the entry level through direct recruitment from the Bar at Law. A total of 77 positions of District Judge will be filled up through this recruitment notification through a competitive examination.
The details of the criteria for eligibility and the norms of recruitment are detailed as under.
Important dates to reckon for:
- Date of Publication of Notification: 28-Mar-2014
- Last date for Online Submission of Application: 30-Apr-2014 till midnight 1200
- Date for Preliminary Examination: 06-July-2014 (Sunday)
- Date for Main Examination: 23 & 24-Aug-2014 (Saturday & Sunday)
Name of the Post and Number of Vacancies:
- District Judge (Entry level): Total 77 Posts (UR-42, OBC-11, SC-12, ST-12)
Note: Only permanent natives of Madhya Pradesh will be eligible to get reservation and relaxation. SC, ST, OBC candidates from other state will be treated as Unreserved Category and will not be eligible for any type of relaxation.
Pay Scale and Remunerations:
- The candidates getting selected for the position of District Judge will be entitled to receive remuneration in the scale of Rs.51550-Rs.63070 along with other allowances and perks as defined by the MP Higher Judicial Service (Recruitment and Service Rules).
Criteria for Eligibility:
- Age of the candidate: An applicant must have attained a minimum age of 35 years and should not have crossed max age of 48 years as on 01-Jan-2014.
- Educational Qualification/ Experience: An applicant must have practiced as an Advocate in the Bar at Law for a minimum period of 7 years as on 01-Jan-2014
- Nationality: The applicant must be a citizen of India
- Physical Fitness: The candidates should be of sound mental & physical health and should possess good character antecedents.
Criteria for Disqualification:
- The candidates will be subject to disqualify from this recruitment process if they fall under the conditions as mentioned again disqualification at the website of MP High Court at www.mphighcourt.nic.in
- For Unreserved Category: Rs.1000
- For all reserved category: Rs.800
- This includes the Portal Charges (for all category of candidates) of Rs.600
- The fees can be deposited through net banking (with Debit/ Credit card) or through the MP Online kiosks as per the details mentioned as on www.mponline.gov.in or at www.mphighcourt.nic.in
Mode of Selection:
- The selection of candidates will be done through a systematic scrutiny through a Online Preliminary Examination, a Main Written Examination and a process of Judgement Writing and Interview.
- The candidates have to pass through particular stages in order to get selected for the next level of recruitment
- The final result will be made available at the website of MP High Court at www.mphighcourt.nic.in
How to apply:
- Interested candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria as mentioned above can apply through ONLINE mode only at the websites at www.mponline.gov.in
- The candidates may look into the detailed advertisement as available at http://mphighcourt.nic.in/adv-HJS-280314.pdf, before applying online.
- The candidates need to ensure that they fill the details with facts and documentary proofs.
- The candidates should not send the Hardcopies of Application to MP High Court at this stage of recruitment.
- The Candidates must retain their email ID and the hardcopy of the application along with the true copy of the receipt of the fee payment to be verified during the later stages of selection.
- The applicants may have to undergo Training as per the discretion of the MP High Court.
- Any form of impersonation, canvassing or misleading information may subject to disqualification of candidature.