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Telangana High Court Announces 150 Vacancies for Civil Judge Recruitment 2024 @ tshc.gov.in

Telangana High Court Announces 150 Vacancies for Civil Judge Recruitment 2024 @ tshc.gov.in

Are you aspiring to join the prestigious Telangana State Judicial Service as a Civil Judge (Junior Division)? Telangana High Court Announces 150 Vacancies for Civil Judge Recruitment 2024 @ tshc.gov.in Look no further! In this comprehensive guide, we provide you with all the essential details regarding the recruitment process, eligibility criteria, important dates, and much more. Let’s dive right in!

Introduction to Telangana State Judicial Service Civil Judge Recruitment

The Telangana State Judicial Service invites applications for the recruitment of Civil Judges (Junior Division) through both direct recruitment and recruitment by transfer. This recruitment drive aims to fill existing vacancies as well as anticipated vacancies for the years 2024 and 2025. The recruitment process follows a stringent selection procedure to ensure the appointment of deserving candidates.

Important Dates to Remember

  • Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 18th April 2024
  • Closing Date for Submission of Online Application: 17th May 2024
  • Date for Conducting Screening Test: 16th June 2024
    • Note: Dates are subject to change if necessary.

Vacancy Positions

The vacancies are categorized as follows:

Direct Recruitment – Existing Clear Vacancies

  • Open Competition: 8 (including 2 for women)
  • Economically Weaker Sections: 3 (including 2 for women)
  • Backward Classes (Group-A to Group-E): Total 12
  • Scheduled Castes: 5 (including 1 for women)
  • Scheduled Tribes: 1

Recruitment by Transfer – Existing Clear Vacancies

  • Open Competition: 11
  • Scheduled Castes: 2 (including 1 for women)
  • Scheduled Tribes: 2 (including 1 for women)

Direct Recruitment – Future/Anticipated Vacancies

  • Open Competition: 33 (including 11 for women)
  • Economically Weaker Sections: 9 (including 3 for women)
  • Backward Classes (Group-A to Group-E): Total 40 (including 14 for women)
  • Scheduled Castes: 14 (including 5 for women)
  • Scheduled Tribes: 5 (including 2 for women)

Recruitment by Transfer – Future/Anticipated Vacancies

  • Open Competition: 12
  • Scheduled Castes: 1
  • Scheduled Tribes: 1

Note: Vacancy numbers may vary based on official updates.

Eligibility Criteria and Age Limit

Candidates must meet the following criteria to be eligible for the Civil Judge (Junior Division) post:

Direct Recruitment

  • Possession of a Law Degree from a recognized university
  • Enrollment as an Advocate with the Bar Council
  • Minimum practice experience of 3 years
  • Age between 23 and 35 years for open category, and up to 40 years for reserved categories
  • Good character and proficiency in Telugu language

Recruitment by Transfer

  • Law Degree from a recognized university
  • Enrollment as an Advocate
  • Age below 48 years
  • Good character and proficiency in Telugu language

Selection Procedure

The selection process consists of:

  1. Screening Test (Computer Based Test)
  2. Written Examinations (Civil Laws, Criminal Laws, and English)
  3. Viva Voce

Candidates must secure minimum marks in each stage to qualify for the next.

Syllabus and Examination Pattern

Civil Laws (as amended from time to time):

  1. Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (along with Civil Rules of Practice 1990)
  2. Indian Contract Act, 1872 and Sale of Goods Act.
  3. Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
  4. Hindu Succession Act, 1956.
  5. Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
  6. Specific Relief Act, 1963.
  7. Indian Easements Act, 1882.
  8. Limitation Act, 1963.
  9. Transfer of Property Act, 1882.
  10. Indian Stamp Act, 1899 and Registration Act, 1908.
  11. Commercial Court, Commercial Division, and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts Act, 2015.
  12. Indian Succession Act, 1925.
  13. Laws on Hindu Adoption, Guardianship, and Maintenance.
  14. Legal Services Authority Act, 1987.
  15. Telangana Land Encroachment Act, 1905.
  16. Telangana Buildings (Lease, Rent & Eviction) Control Act, 1960.

CRIMINAL LAWS (as amended from time to time):

  1. Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
  2. Indian Evidence Act, 1872.
  3. Indian Penal Code, 1860.
  4. Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Sections 138 to 148-A).
  5. Telangana Prohibition Act, 1995.
  6. Telangana Excise Act, 1968.
  7. The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015.
  8. Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005.
  9. Forest Laws in Telangana State and Wildlife Protection Act, 1972.
  10. Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012.
  11. Mental Health Care Act, 2017.
  12. Immoral Traffic Prevention Act, 1956.

Syllabus for Written Examination will be notified separately.

Minimum Marks to be secured in the Written Examination to qualify for Viva-Voce:

  • Candidates securing not less than 60% marks in Papers I and II each in the written examination shall be eligible for viva voce carrying 30 marks.
  • Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and Persons with Disability securing not less than 50% marks in Papers I and II each in the written examination shall be eligible for the viva voce carrying 30 marks.
  • Candidates qualified and eligible will be called for viva voce in the ratio of 1:3 of the available vacancies to the successful candidates.
  • If more than one candidate secures identical cutoff marks, all such candidates shall be called upon to appear for Viva Voce.

MERIT LIST:

  • After the result of the written examination is announced, successful candidates in the ratio of 1:3 of the available vacancies shall be called for.

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