Gujarat High Court District Judge Recruitment 2017 – High Court of Gujarat has issued a recruitment notification for the selection of the direct recruitment of District Judge. Selection of candidates shall be made on the basis of Aggregate Marks obtained by the candidates in the Main Written Examination & Viva-voce/Personal Interview. However, the Marks obtained in Preliminary Examination (Elimination Test), shall not be taken into consideration for preparing the Final Merit List of the candidates.
Interested candidates can check all the information related to the recruitment of the District Judge on this page like application process, important dates, eligibility criteria, admit card, result, etc.
Latest – Result of Preliminary Examination has been announced. Check on “Result” page link.
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Gujarat High Court District Judge Recruitment 2017
Interested candidates can apply for Gujarat High Court Recruitment for the post of District Judge as per the schedule. Candidates are advised to read all the information related to this recruitment before applying.
- Total No. of Vacancies – 42 (30 Regular + 12 Ad-hoc)
Pay Scale : Rs. 51,650-1240-59,090-1390-63,260 + Allowances, as admissible under the Rules.
Selection Process : Selection will be made on the basis of Preliminary Exam, Main Exam and Viva-Voce / Interview.
Application Fee : Rs.1000/- plus Bank Charges for General Category whereas Rs.500/- plus Bank Charges are required to paid by the Candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes, Socially & Educationally Backward Classes, Orthopedically Disabled Persons and Ex-Servicemen Categories.
How to Apply : Candidates have to fill their online application form from the official website and submit it before the last date of the online application along with the application fee.
|Online application start||01 Mar 2017|
|Last date to fill the online application form||31 Mar 2017|
|Preliminary Exam (Online)||30 Apr 2017|
|Written Exam (Offline)||02 Jul 2017|
|Interview||Aug / Sep 2017|
Gujarat High Court District Judge Recruitment -Eligibility Criteria
Before filling the online application form candidates are advised to ensure their eligibility. Eligibility criteria for CG Police Recruitment is given below.
- Candidate must possess a Degree in Law from a University recognized by law in India.
- be a Advocate in practice in civil Courts of india. He must have an experience of at least 7 yrs. as on 31/03/2017.
- possess Basic Knowledge of Computer Application and operations
The candidate applying must be between 35yrs.-48 yrs. of age and not more.
Gujarat High Court Districs Judge Recruitment – Syllabus and Marking Scheme
- Preliminary Exam-200 marks
- Main Exam-200 marks
- Personal interview-50 marks
The candidates who are eligible for the mentioned post will need to prepare themselves for the exam.
It is of utmost importance for the applicants to understand the pattern and scheme of the question papers in order to utilise their time efficiently.
The set of question papers will constitute of the following topics as per their category
The prescribed syllabus designed for the Preliminary and the Mains exam is as follows.
Syllabus and scheme for the preliminary exams for the post of High Court District Judge, Gujarat Recruitment 2017
|Exam||Papers||Subjects||Marks||Duration||Minimum marks to qualify|
(constitution of India/Indian penal code)
|100||One hour||50% Or more|
|Paper II||English language and current affairs
(Indian history/geography/sports/basic IT/ mental ability)
The minimum marks to qualify is 50% Or more. Only the candidates who satisfy this criteria will be allowed to sit in the Main written test.
Scheme and syllabus for Mains exam for the post of High Court District Judge
|Mains||Paper I (criminal)||Part I||50||(Question- Answers/short notes etc.)||3 Hrs.|
|Part II||50||Judgement writing( session case)|
|Paper II (civil)||Part I||50||(Question-Answers/ short notes)|
|Part II||50||Judgement writing(civil appeal)|
- The candidates who qualify both the exams will be called for personal interviews.
- The interview part has been assigned a total of 50 marks.
- The questions will be asked to analyse a candidate’s mental capability, and to asses their judgement quality.