High Court Of Gujarat Recruitment 2018 for District Judges
The High Court of Gujarat recruitment 2018, in view of the guidelines of the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of Malik Mazhar Sultan & Anr. V/s. U.P. Public Service Commission & Ors. and ‘The Gujarat State Judicial Service Rules, 2005’, invites On-line Applications from the eligible Practicing Advocates, for filling up, by Competitive Examination.and other details like number of post,age limit,education qualification,pay scale and many more given below..
Rs. 51,650-1240-59,090-1390-63,260+ Allowances, as admissible under the Rules.
A candidate must have attained the age of 35 years and must not have attained the age of 48 years in the case of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribes and Socially & Educationally Backward Classes, Orthopedically Disabled Persons and Ex-servicemen and 45 years in the case of General Candidates, as on the last date fixed for registration of the Online Application, i.e. on 30/04/2018.
Candidate must possess a Degree in Law from a University recognized by law in India.
Candidate must be a practising Advocate in Courts of Civil and/or Criminal jurisdiction on the last date fixed for submission of On-line Applications and must have so practiced for a period not less than Seven Years, as on 30/04/2018.
Candidate must possess Basic Knowledge of Computer Application / Operation, as set out by the Government of Gujarat in General Administration Department Resolution No. PRCH-102005-1532-K, dated 30/09/2006 and CRR-10-2007-120320-G.5, dated 13/08/2008.High Court Of Gujarat Recruitment 2018 for District Judges
The candidates belonging to General Category are required to pay Examination Fees of Rs.1000/- plus Bank Charges 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 via “Print Application / Pay Fee” Button through SBI e- Pay, provided on the webpage of HC-OJAS Portal –https://hcojas.guj.nic.in.
Scheme Of Examination & Syllabus:-
Get Full Details about Syllabus Please Read Official Notification.
Read the passage.
One day, Rosy went to a grocery shop to buy a packet of bread. When she saw that the shopkeeper was busy with the other customers, she stole some toffees from a jar. When she got back home, her mother asked her from where she had got the toffees. Rosy told her mother the truth. Her mother said, “It’s really very bad to steal. The shopkeeper might not be looking at you but dishonesty destroys faith in people. So, one should never steal or lie.” Rosy understood the words of her mother and went back to the shop to return the toffees to the shopkeeper. Rosy: “I am sorry for what I did.” The shopkeeper:” It’s OK, dear. You are a good girl.” • Collect stories or incidents on ‘importance of honesty’ and share them in the class. (B) Read the information about the Zulu tribe.