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Kerala High Court Munsiff Magistrate (41 Post) Vacancy Notification 2017 Apply Online-- Kerala High Court Recruitment 2017: – Kerala High Court Released officials notification for the recruitment of (Kerala Judicial Service Exam) Munsiff Magistrate Vacancy at 41 Posts. Interested candidates can apply by 13th December 2017

Selection Procedure

  • Candidates will be selected based on Preliminary Exam, Written Test & Viva-Voce.

Educational Qualifications 

  • 1. Candidates should be have passed Degree in Law.
  • 2. To Know education qualification details go to official notification.

Age Limitations

  • 1. Candidates age limit should be Maximum 35 years.
  • 2. Age Relaxation: – Age Relaxation as per on Government Rule Regulation.

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Important Dates

  • 1. Notification Date:- 7th November 2017.
  • 2. Starting Date to Apply Online:- 14th November 2017
  • 3. Last Date to Apply Online:- 13th December 2017.

Fee Details Information

  • 1. All Candidates Application Fee Rs. 1000/-
  • 2. For SC/ST/Unemployed Differently abled Candidates Application Fee:- Nil.

How To Apply 

  • Eligible candidates may apply through the website by 13th December 2017 or Click on the below How to Apply links.

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How to Apply 

  • Kerala High Court – Munsiff Magistrate Vacancy Application Form or New Registration from here: –
  •  Apply Online

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ABOUT Kerala High Court

High Court of Kerala is the highest court in the Indian state of Kerala and in the Union Territory of Lakshadweep. It is headquartered at Kochi. Drawing its powers under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, the High Court has the power to issue directions, orders and writs including the writs of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, quo warranto and certiorari for ensuring the enforcement of the Fundamental Rights guaranteed by the Constitution to citizens or for other specified purposes. The High Court is empowered with original, appellate and revisional jurisdiction in civil as well as criminal matters, and the power to answer references to it under some statutes. The High Court has the superintendence and visitorial jurisdiction over all courts and tribunals of inferior jurisdiction covered under its territorial jurisdiction.

High Court of Kerala
കേരള ഹൈക്കോടതി
Established 1956
Country India
Location Kochi, Kerala
Coordinates 9°59′10″N 76°16′29″E
Composition method Presidential with confirmation of Chief Justice of India and Governor of respective state.
Authorized by Constitution of India
Decisions are appealed to Supreme Court of India
Judge term length Mandatory retirement by age of 62
No. of positions 38
Chief Justice
Currently Justice Navniti Prasad Singh
Since 20 March 2017
At present, the sanctioned Judge strength of the High Court of Kerala is 27 Permanent Judges including the Chief Justice and 12 Additional Judges.[1] Depending on the importance and nature of the question to be adjudicated, the judges sit as Single (one judge), Division (two judges), Full (three judges) or such other benches of larger strengths.

The foundation stone for the new multi-storied building now housing the High Court of Kerala was laid on 14 March 1994 by the then Chief Justice of India, Justice M. N. Venkatachaliah. The estimated cost of construction was 10 crore Indian rupees.[2] The construction was completed in 2005 at a cost of 85 crore Indian rupees. The completed High Court building was inaugurated by the Chief Justice of India, Justice Y. K. Sabharwal on 11 February 2006.

Kerala High Court Munsiff Magistrate  Recruitment Notification 2017 

 The new High Court building is equipped with modern amenities like videoconferencing, air conditioned courtrooms, intranet, facilities for retrieval of order copies and publishing of the case status via the internet. The building is built on 5 acres (20,000 m2) of land and has a built-up area of 550,000 square feet (51,000 m2) over nine floors. The building has in it a post office, bank, medical clinic, library, canteens and such other most needed utilities and services. The High Court of Kerala has moved to its new building from the date of its inauguration, from the adjacent Ram Mohan Palace, where it had been functioning.


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