Compaign to Keep Yamuna Clean

Topics: Lists of United States Supreme Court cases, School examinations, Madhya Pradesh Pages: 7 (2427 words) Published: May 25, 2013
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HIGH COURT OF MADHYA PRADESH: JABALPUR ADVERTISEMENT M.P.HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE (ENTRY LEVEL) DIRECT RECRUITMENT FROM BAR, EXAM-2013 ADVERTISEMENT DATED - 20 -03 -2013 Date of Preliminary Examination – 28-07-2013(Sunday) Date of Main Examination – 01-09-2013(Sunday) Last Date for submission of Online Application Form -15-05-2013 (Midnight 12.00PM) Only Online application through M.P. Online( are being invited for 68 posts in Madhya Pradesh District Judge (Entry Level) in the pay scale of Rs. 51550-1230-58930-1380-63070 in the cadre of Higher Judicial Service by Direct Recruitment from amongst the eligible advocates. Recruitment to these posts and conditions of service will be governed by the Madhya Pradesh Uchchatar Nyayik Seva (Bharti Tatha Seva Sharten) Niyam, 1994 (as amended upto date) published in Madhya Pradesh Rajpatra (ASADHARAN) dated 23-111994 and amendment published vide Madhya Pradesh Rajpatra (ASADHARAN) dated 8-6-2005. Number of Vacancies to the post, Category -wise is as under – Category Number of Vacancies/Posts • Unreserved 36 • Other Backward Class 10 • Schedule Caste 10 • Schedule Tribe 12 Total 68 It is made clear that all candidates who are not bonafide domicile of State of Madhya Pradesh shall be treated as Unreserved category irrespective of their categories in their own States and they are required to fill up their category as Unreserved(UR) in the application forms and wherever required during Process of examination and Selection. Provided that, if sufficient number of suitable candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Class do not qualify for the posts Reserved for them, such posts shall be treated as “unreserved”. The number of aforesaid vacancies are likely to be varied, depending upon the requirement of the High Court and exigency of the situation as and when necessary. Note:- It is made clear to the candidates that their selection for the aforesaid posts ( by direct recruitment from Bar) may be affected by the decision of the Hon'ble Supreme Court which may be given in the Petition(s) pending before it , pertaining to the recruitment under aforesaid category . 2. Eligibility/Qualifications;No person shall be eligible for appointment to the post of District Judge (Entry Level) in Higher Judicial Service by direct recruitment from Bar unless:(a) He/she is citizen of India;

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(b) He/she has attained the age of 35 years and has not attained the age of 48 years , as on 1st January, 2013. Note:- Candidate must have been born on or after 01-01-1965 but before 01-01-1978. (c) He/she has practiced as an Advocate for not less than seven years as on 01-01-2013 and (d) He/she has good character and is of sound health and free from any bodily defects, which render him, unfit for such appointment. Note - Advocates interested in and who are eligible for being considered for the post, should submit their applications as per the Online Application-format available on by filling in all details relating to the all certificates/testimonials relating to their date of birth, caste, category, qualifications, domicile, experience, standing at the Bar etc.

3. Disqualifications are as mentioned in the detail Directions/Instructions available on website of M.P.High Court( which shall be treated as part of this Advertisement. 4. Traveling Expenses – No Traveling Expenses or allowances will be payable to any candidate for appearing in Preliminary Examination, Main Examination or Interview 5. Examination Fees – Examination Fees shall be Rs. 1000/- each candidates belonging to U.R. Category and Rs. 600/- each candidates belonging to Reserved Category. The candidates shall have to pay Rs. 60/- as portal charge ,in addition to aforesaid Examination fees. 6. Procedure and Directions for submitting Online Application Form- is available on the websites of MPOnline ( and of M.P. High...
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