High Court Of Karnataka Jobs for District Judge Vacancy in Bangalore
High Court Of Karnataka
Post Name: District Judge No. of Vacancies: 30 Pay Scale: Rs. 51,550-63,070 Job Location: Karnataka Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed a Bachelors Degree in Law with 7 Years Advocate Practice. Age Limit (as on 14-04-2018): Maximum 45 years Selection Process: Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of the Preliminary Examination, Main Written Examination and Viva Voce. Application Fee: General/OBC/UR Candidates have to pay Rs. 500 and SC/ST/Category-1 Candidates have to pay Rs. 250 with through SBI Bank Challan or online mode using Net-banking/Credit or Debit Card. How to Apply: Interested and eligible candidates may apply online through High Court of Karnataka website - http://www.karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in/ - from 13-04-2018 to 30-04-2018.
Candidates should have passed a Bachelors Degree in Law with 7 Years Advocate Practice.
Looking for Any Graduate graduates profile.
2018-04-20 to 2019-04-20
About High court of karnataka
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.