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Supreme Court: Subordinate Judges Cannot Seek Direct Recruitment to Post of District Judges - (19 Feb 2020)

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Supreme Court has held that Civil Judges are not eligible to seek direct recruitment to post of District Judges in bar quota. The Court has further held that direct recruitment is an exclusive quota for practising advocates.

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