High Court of Karnataka Recruitment 2012

 High Court of Karnataka Recruitment 2012The High Court of Karnataka, also known as Attara Kacheri, was constructed in the year under the act of Mysore High Court in the year 1884. Till 1973 the court was called as the Mysore high court and the name was changed to Karnataka High Court when Mysore State was renamed as Karnataka that year. This judicial body recruits junior division civil judges and first class magistrates from a huge pool of practicing advocates with minimum four years of experience at the bar as well as from among Senior Assistant Public Prosecutors, again with a minimum four years of bar experience. The High Court of Karnataka recruitment 2012 has already been initiated with a specific process, which is adhered to, without any deviation.

Karnataka High Court recruitment 2012 notification process

This judicial body first prepares the High Court of Karnataka job vacancies list. The recruitment process starts with the issue of the High Court of Karnataka recruitment notification by the Office of the Registrar General. This contains the details of all the High Court of Karnataka Jobs in 2012, which are vacancies, the necessary qualification and experience for the job, the application format, the pay scales relevant to the vacancies and due date for submitting the application form.

Karnataka High Court recruitment 2012 selection

Once the last date of submission of applications by the prospective candidates draws to a close, a detailed scrutiny is carried out of all the innumerable applications received. If satisfying the criteria set for recruitment, High Court of Karnataka Recruitment 2012 the applications are included in the High Court of Karnataka recruitment selection list. These candidates are called on specific dates for written tests or interviews depending on the nature of the job- clerical or otherwise. After clearing all the required rounds, the successful candidates are given the official appointment order, which makes them a proud part of the State’s judicial system. Please visit the Karnataka Judiciary official website for further details.

Published By Aravind Chandrasekaran

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