Karnataka High court Civil Judge Model Papers
Karnataka High court recruitment model papers are given for Civil Judge vacancies, those who are interested and applied can have a look on these previous papers to score good marks in the examination. Applicants must be a degree holder in law recognized by a university in India and should have an advocate enrollment. Applicant must be qualified the desired qualification as on the last date of the receipt of application and otherwise those candidates will not be recognized by the organization. Every applicant must be produce the application form in the prescribed format within the date given by the organization in the official recruitment.
The age of the applicant must be 38 years if applicants are under schedule caste category or schedule tribe and 35 years of age for the rest of the categories. Applicant must forward their application forms, if they are eligible for the age section and they can drop if they are not eligible under the conditions in the official advertisement. Ex-servicemen will be get age concession under the norms of government of Karnataka and the minimum concession will be 3 years if they produce relevant proofs to support their reservation.
If candidates have been selected for this notification, then their pay band will be Rs. 27,700 to 44,770 and other benefits will be given for them under the Government of Karnataka. The management has been given tables for the posts with respective the categories of the candidates and candidates can check those tables before apply without confusion. To select the candidates the management will be conduct written examination and Viva-voce, the written examination will be again conducted under two stages those are Prelilims and Mains examinations and each and every applicant should qualify these two stages to reach the Viva-voce.
Preliminary examination has three parts those are Part A, B & C, in Part C the organization will be test the candidates’ skills on reasoning and mental ability through the section of General Knowledge. Main Examination has Translation Paper, Law Paper I, II & III and the Viva-voce has 100 marks and might be conducted on the topics of grasps of principles of law, General Knowledge. There will be computer test to check the candidates minimum knowledge on the computer and this test carries of 25 marks. Candidates need to get 60 marks to pass the preliminary examination and for reserved categories it will be 50 and the same rule will be applicable for the process of Viva-voce.