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The last date to apply for over 120 posts in the High Court is September 17, 2022.
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The Karnataka High Court has released a recruitment notification inviting applications for Group-D positions. Interested and eligible candidates can apply for the positions before the deadline.
The last date to apply for over 120 posts in the High Court is September 17, 2022.
The selection of candidates will be made in accordance with the High Court of Karnataka Service (Conditions of Service and Recruitment) Rules, 1973, as amended from time to time.
Minimum Qualification: Candidates applying for the High Court jobs must have passed 10th Standard or equivalent examination.
"The list of candidates eligible for interview will be prepared in the order of merit on the basis of percentage of total marks secured in the qualifying examination and taking into consideration the orders issued by the Government relating to the reservation of posts for the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and other Backward classes including the reservation for women, rural candidates, ex-servicemen and others in accordance with the Law," read the official notification.
The number of eligible candidates called for interview shall be equal to ten times the total number of vacancies notified in the order of merit in each of the categories of vacancies notified. The maximum marks for interview shall be 10 (ten). Such interview shall be held to ascertain the ability and suitability to the post, it read.
Scale of Pay: Rs 19,900 – Rs 63,200 (Level–2) with admissible allowances as per the High Court of Karnataka (Officers & Officials) Revised Pay Rules
Probation: The applicant, if appointed, shall be on probation initially for a period of two years or for an extended period, if necessary.
Age limit: As on the last date of submission of online application, the applicant must have attained the age of 18 years in respect of all categories and not attained the age of:
a. 40 years in the case of a person belonging to Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe / Category-I of other Backward Classes.
b. 38 years in the case of persons belonging to Category II-A/ II-B/ III-A/ III-B of other Backward Classes.
c. 35 years in the case of a person belonging to General Merit. 
For more details, click on the official notification.
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