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CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS :- LEGAL AMICUS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE – ISSN NO- 2456-1517 VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1

person DateMay 31, 2017

SHIKSHALYA EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY

 

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

LEGAL AMICUS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCE

ISSN NO- 2456-1517

VOLUME 2 ISSUE 1

 

Legal Amicus Media and Forum is your intellectual partner affiliated to International Peace youth Group (IPYG) and recognized by शिक्षालय Educational Society. Shikshalya Educational Society is a social helping hand and an organization for various socio-legal issues and raising the legal issues of the needy through Legal Amicus Media & Forum run many social and legal awareness programs to aware people about legal fields and related issues. Herein, we talk about law & social science which help people and law student.

The society is associated with various national and international organizations which are working in the field of law and social sciences. Establishing equilibrium between society and law for present and futuristic growth and prosperity.

 

THEME:

The article must be related to law and social science. They may relate to law and social science or rural development with other disciplines like, Health agriculture, law, technology, sustainable development. The authors may take account national and international perspectives.

CONTRIBUTION AND SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

Author(s) may submit under any of the following categories:

  1. ARTICLE(5000 to 8000 words) – An article must completely include the issue that the author seeks to highlight. We intend to incorporate critical analysis and original assertions on the said issue.
  2. NOTES (2500 to 4000 words) – A note should include condensed study in the contemporary legal issue. The nature of the writing should preferably include descriptive analysis and informed comments on any new ideas and perspectives.

3.CASE COMMENTARIES (1000 to 2500 words) – A Case comment should include interpretation of any landmark judicial pronouncement in any contemporary legal issue.

4.LEGISLATIVE BRIEFS (1000 to 3000 words) – A Legislative brief seek to determine the implication of any existing or proposed Indian legislation (both Central/State). One can also focus on any specific section/s or present an overview of the legislation.

All the word limits mentioned above are inclusive of footnotes. Please note that the word limits will be strictly enforced.

 

The submission shall also contain a separate Cover Letter as an attachment enumerating the following details:

  • Submission Category (Example: Articles/Notes/Case Commentaries/Legislative Briefs).
  • Title of the Manuscript.
  • Name of the Author(s).
  • Name of the Institution.
  • E-mail Address
  • Postal Address.
  • Contact Number
  • A self-declaration that the manuscript submitted has not been published and is original work of the author not submitted for publication else where.

Formatting and other essentials:

  • Main text: Times New Roman, font size:12
  • Footnotes: Times New Roman, font size:10
  • Citation method:
  • Article must be original and must not have been published before or copied from.
  • .Submissions must be made in the MS Word (.doc/.docx) format.
  • All submission will be a subject to plagiarism check.

 

Co-authorship is permissible up to a maximum of two authors and two separate certificates of publication shall be issued.

 

Deadline for submission:

The articles must be sent to “editor.legalamicus@gmail.com” by  30th June, 2017.

Pre-Publishing Formalities

The author(s) are kindly expected to submit a soft copy of the Copyright Agreement Form, Processing and Publication Fee, once the manuscript is accepted for publication. For the convenience of the author(s) we offer a payment gateway of IJLSS on the website itself and author(s) can also use Paytm wallet transfer. Apart from this the author(s) interested in alternate payment methods would be notified via e-mail regarding the payment option.

Single Authored Manuscript – INR 1000

Co-Authored Manuscript – INR 1800

 

For Foreign Nationals

Single Authored Manuscript – INR 1800

Co-Authored Manuscript – INR 2500

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LEGAL AMICUS : THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LAW AND SOCIAL SCIENCES ( VOLUME-1, ISSUE-2)

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SN. PAPER TITLE AUTHORS PAPER CODE LINK
01 TRIPAL TALAQ: UNCONSTITUTIONAL  AND ARBITARY NANCY JAIN & JANU RANI LAJ/V-1/I-2/01 DOWNLOAD

 

02 GOODS AND SERVICE TAX: INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE AND LESSONS FOR INDIA ANGAD BAXI LAJ/V-1/I-2/02 DOWNLOAD

 

03 RIGHT TO LEGAL AID IN KENYA: THE EMERGING CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE CRYIL YAVATSA KUBAI LAJ/V-1/I-2/03 DOWNLOAD

 

04 JUDICIAL REVIEW OF LEGISLATIVE ACTION APRAJITA BHARGAVA LAJ/V-1/I-2/04 DOWNLOAD
05 AN ANALYSIS OF RIGHT TO FOOD IN INDIA UNDER THE REGIME OF PATENTS LAW  

MR. DEEVANSHU SHRIVASTAVA

LAJ/V-1/I-2/05 DOWNLOAD

 

06 A SOCIO-LEGAL ANALYSIS OF HUNGER IN INDIA AND ITS IMPACT OF CHILDREN L. SANMIHA LAJ/V-1/I-2/06 DOWNLOAD

 

07 TRADITIONAL MEDICINES AND IPR PROTECTION Ms.YASH TIWARI LAJ/V-1/I-2/07 DOWNLOAD

 

08 ROLE OF NGT IN BALANCING ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT- A CRITICAL ANALYSIS RANJAN TOMAR LAJ/V-1/I-2/08 DOWNLOAD

 

09 GOOD GOVERNANCE NOW SHANTANU LAKHOTIA LAJ/V-1/I-2/09 DOWNLOAD

 

10 PRISON ADMINISTRATION AND REFORMS WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON LEGAL AID AND LEGAL SERVICES ANA SISODIA & JYOTINMOY MUKHERJI LAJ/V-1/I-2/10 DOWNLOAD

 

11 GENDER EQUALITY: ACCESS TO WORSHIP PLACES SHRISTY JALAN LAJ/V-1/I-2/11 DOWNLOAD

 

12 THE CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT THOSE PAVED THE WAY FOR AGRARIAN REFORMS IN INDIA DR. MADHUBRATA MOHANTY LAJ/V-1/I-2/12 DOWNLOAD

 

 

VAYAVHAAR NYAYADHISH: CHATTISGARH PSC { CIVIL JUDGE }

person DateApril 17, 2017

CHATTISGARH PSC

DEALING JUDGE (VAYAVHAAR NYAYADHISH) job opportunities in Chattisgarh PSC

 

CHATTISGARH PSC recruiting 25 Vacancies for the post of Dealing Judge

  1. OF  VACANCIES:25 posts

 

QUALIFICATION: Contenders who hold Graduation Degree (Law)/ its equivalent qualification from any recognized university can apply for Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission Recruitment.

 

AGE: 21 to 35 years.

NOTE: Only online application will be accepted no manual application will accept by any means.

DATE: Application will start from 25/04/2017 to 25/5/2017

Website: www.psc.cg.gov.in

 

PAY SCALE : Rs.27,700 – 44,770/-per month

 

APPLICATION FEE : General category: Rs.400/-, SC / ST / OBC (Non Creamy Layer) / PWD – Rs.300/-.

 

SELECTION PROCESS: Candidates will be Selected on the basis of their performance in Written Examination/Interview

Hiring Process : Written-test

Job Role : HR / Admin

 NOTIFICATION CLICK HERE 

 

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PATNA HIGH COURT : Appointment to existing 100 vacant posts of Personal Assistant{27.4.2017}

person DateMarch 29, 2017

Applications are invited from eligible candidates for appointment to existing 100 vacant posts of Personal Assistant, on probation in the ministerial establishment of Patna High Court, Patna in the pay-scale of PB-II of Rs. 9300-34800 + Grade Pay 4600/- plus usual allowances as admissible under the Rules, under the following conditions:

  1. The application shall be filled up online (www.patnahighcourt.bih.nic.in) from 29.03.2017 to 27.04.2017 till 23:59 hours after which the link shall be disabled. However, the link shall remain available up to 04.05.2017 till 23:59 hours only for the purpose of uploading the scanned photograph, signature, declaration written in the handwriting of the candidate, filling in Bank reference number and obtaining the printout of the application form. The candidates are advised to keep a printout of the online filled in application form with themselves, and the same, along with all the required certificates, shall be requisitioned from the candidates qualifying the Examination.

(i) The candidates are advised to write the declaration mentioned below in their own handwriting in Black ink on a white sheet of paper, get it scanned for the purpose of uploading the same while filling up the form online ” I hereby declare that the facts and details given by me in this application are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. I understand that in the event of any of the particulars or information above being found false or incorrect at any stage, my candidature shall be liable to be rejected”.

(ii) Candidates will have to upload their scanned color photograph and signature (in Black ink). Accordingly, candidates are advised to scan their photograph, signature and declaration in the given format and save in a documentary file from where the photo, signature and hand written declaration in own handwriting so scanned can be browsed and uploaded.

The candidates will be able to upload their scanned photograph, signature and declaration on the website of the Court only after 24 hours of making successful payment online. After filling up the necessary details, a candidate will have to press the ‘submit button’, after which, a registration number will be generated. Thereafter, candidate will have to make payment online by following the link on the website. The candidates are advised to note down bank reference number that will be generated after making online payment, which they shall be required to fill in the application form while finally submitting the same. After 24 hours of making successful payment, a candidate may visit the website of the Court again by entering his registration number and date of birth to finally submit the application form.

  1. The number of vacancies is subject to increase/decrease as the High Court may decide. In case of non-fulfillment of minimum qualifying standards by the candidate, the Court reserves the right to consider appointment on probation subject to the terms and condition of the relevant Rule.
  2. CANDIDATE MUST BE :-

(i) a citizen of India

(ii) medically fit

(iii) of a good character and antecedent

(iv) not below 25 years and above 35 years of age on 01st January 2017.

The cut off date for the purpose of consideration of the eligibility of the applicant is 01st January 2017. Upper age limit is relax able by three years in case of Backward Classes and five years in case of Scheduled castes/Scheduled Tribes candidates and those in the employment of the Union of India or the State Government. Age limit shall not apply to persons already serving in establishment of this Court including daily wage employees and those working in the Courts subordinate to the Patna High Court or placed on deputation.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION PRESCRIBED FOR APPOINTMENT TO THE POST:-

(i) The candidates must possess the minimum qualification of a Bachelor’s Degree in any faculty or its equivalent of a recognized University. Preference may be given to Law Graduates.

(ii) Unless the candidate is an Honours Graduate in English or a Post Graduate in English, he must have obtained 50% marks in English at the Intermediate Examination.

(iii) The Candidates shall possess a certificate of English Shorthand and English Typing from an Institution recognized/registered by or with the Government.

Note:- a) The certificate above mentioned must have been obtained within one year immediately preceding the date of advertisement seeking application for appointment except in cases where they have already been working as such.

  1. b) The candidates having experience of working in English Shorthand and English Typing with a law firm or in a Government Office would be preferred.

(iv) The Candidates shall possess a diploma/a certificate of at least a 6 months’ course in Computer Application from an Institution recognized by the Government.

(v) The Candidates must have a minimum speed of 80 words per minute and 40 words per minutes in English Shorthand-Typing test.

(vi) The Candidates must have a minimum speed of 40 words per minute in English Typing test.

EXAMINATION FEE:-

Candidates are required to pay Rs. 600/- (Rupees Six Hundred Only) for GENERAL/BC/EBC category candidates and Rs.300/- (Rupees Three Hundred Only) only for SC/ST candidates as examination fee online by following the link while filling up the form on website of the Court (www.patnahighcourt.bih.nic.in)

(a) Application without prescribed fee would not be considered.

(b) Fee once paid shall not be refunded.

RESERVATION WOULD BE GIVEN IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER:-

Scheduled Castes • 16%

Scheduled Tribes • 01%

Extremely Backward Class 18%

Backward Class • 12%

Physically Handicapped • 03%

.Note: Benefit of reservation will be given to only those candidates who are permanent resident of Bihar. Candidates who are not permanent resident of Bihar will be not given reservation. If the applicant does not claim for reservation in the proper place of application form, He/ She will not be given benefit of reservation.. At the time of interview, certificate of permanent domicile of Bihar is to be furnished by the candidate.

The candidates will have to download the Admit Card from the website of the Court by entering their registration number and date of birth, and hard copy of the same will not be sent to them. The candidates are advised to keep visiting the website of the Court for details and updates regarding examination. Recruitment of Personal Assistant/Stenographer Advt. No.P.A./01/2017

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XI (11th) National Seminar: “JUVENILE JUSTICE IN INDIA: STATUS & CHALLENGES”(25 June 2017, Sunday)

person DateMarch 27, 2017

It is our pleasure and honour to inform you that the Suraj Sansthan, Jaipur is

going to organize 11th National Seminar in the memory of Dr. Daulat Raj Thanvi

(Founder Chairman of the Suraj Sansthan ) on ‘JUVENILE JUSTICE IN INDIA: STATUS

& CHALLENGES’ on 25th June, 2017 at conference Hall, Rajasthan Adult Education

Association, Jhalana Institutional Area, Jaipur.

CONCEPT

Children have been recognized as supreme assets of a Nation. However a majority of children in India continue to live without being cared , not protected to have a meaningful childhood. Under these circumstances the children become homeless, vagabonds and prone to commit petty crimes. The juvenile justice system as conceived by legislation aims at providing care, protection, treatment,  development, and rehabilitation of delinquent and neglected juvenile. India has witnessed an increase both in crimes committed by children and those committed against them. There had been 97.9 per cent increase in crimes committed by children with more children being arraigned for arson, theft and cheating. Over 33,000 juveniles, mostly between the age group of 16 to 18, were arrested for crimes like rape and murder across Indian states in 2011, the highest in last decade.

OBJECTIVE:- Objective of the seminar is an attempt to identify and reflect upon the complex set of challenges facing our country for Juvenile Justice System and hopes to have inputs from academicians, voluntary agencies, the government officials, policy makers and women themselves.

FOR WHOM:

This conference attempts to bring together academicians, voluntary agencies, corporate executives, research scholars and students from Law, Humanities, Social Science, Commerce, Management and Other Disciplines.

CALL FOR PAPERS:

Original papers are invited on following:

MAIN THEME: “JUVENILE JUSTICE IN INDIA: STATUS & CHALLENGES”

SUB THEME:

Concept of Juvenile Justice

Concept of Juvenile Delinquency

Nature and Causes of Juvenile Delinquency

International Efforts for Juvenile Justice

Historical Development of Juvenile Justice in India.

Juvenile Justice Board – Procedure and powers etc.

Child Welfare Committee – Procedure and powers etc.

Juvenile Courts – its working and distinctive characteristics.

Legal Measures to Control Juvenile Delinquency

Delimitation of the Scope of Juvenile Delinquency

Discriminatory application of Juvenile Justice

Special Homes & Juvenile Homes

Treatment of Juvenile Delinquents & Children in need of care and protectionRehabilitation and After-care of Juvenile Delinquents and Children in need of care and protection

Special Juvenile Police Units.

Offenses against Juveniles.

Uncontrollable Juveniles

An Evaluation of Juvenile Justice System in India.

REGISTRATION:

DATE TILL 20TH APRIL, 2017

(In Rs.)

TILL 15TH JUNE 2017

(In Rs.)

ON SPOT
Delegates 600 700 800
Scholars 400 500 600
Students 300 400 500

Note: The Registration fee includes the registration kit, lunch, and tea and does not include accommodation\room Charges. Delegates are requested to arrange TA from their own institutions.

We can arrange for night stay on demand and payment if requested till 15 June. If more than one author each have to register separately.

VENUE : Conference Hall, Rajasthan Adult Education Association, Jhalana Institutional Area, Jaipur -302004

DATE & DAY: 25TH JUNE 2017, SUNDAY

Payment Mode: The registration fee is payable by Cash,Cheque or Demand Draft in favor of

“SURAJ SANSTHAN, JAIPUR”. Another mode of Payment by RTGS/ NEFT

Bank : IDBI

Saving A/c Name :

Suraj Sansthan,

Jaipur, Rajasthan

A/c No.:

013104000065274

RTGS/NEFT

IFS Code: IBKL0000013

MICR Code: 302259002

Bank Branch : D-24, Durlabh Niwas, Prithviraj Road, C-Scheme, Jaipur

IMPORTANT DATES:

Submission of abstract 10thApril 2017

Acceptance of Paper 14thApril 2017

Submission of Full Paper 20thApril 2017

GUIDELINES FOR AUTHOR:

PAPER FORMAT: Full paper (with abstract 500 words ) with a word count of 2500-3000 words should be e-mail at nationalseminarss@gmail.com with a cover page mentioning the title, author’s name, complete address, telephone number, and email of the author. Correspondence shall be made to the first named author unless otherwise indicated. (Hard copy, registration form & originality form along with Registration fee should also be essentially sent on time). A certificate of originality and copyright should be submitted with full paper otherwise it won’t be consider for publication. Citations should be properly referred. MARGINS: 2.5 Cm or 1 Inch, SPACING: 1.5 FONT: Times New Roman, 12 Point for English & Devlys 010, 14 points for Hindi. We would like to inform you that registered abstracts will be published in the Souvenir of the Seminar. Further we would like to add to your knowledge that full paper will be selected by committee for Book publication, upon your consent, will be published in a book titled “Juvenile Justice in India” with ISBN.

CONTACT:

Dr.Sanjula Thanvi

09414794465

Director, Suraj Sansthan

NOTIFICATION  :- DOWNLOAD HERE 

REGISTRATION FORM –  DOWNLOAD HERE

ENEMY PROPERTY ACT, 1968 WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ORDINANCE 2016

person DateMarch 17, 2017

ENEMY PROPERTY ACT, 1968  WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE  TO ORDINANCE  2016

 

  • In the wake of the India-Pakistan wars of 1965 and 1971, there was migration of people from India to Pakistan; the Government of India took over the properties of those who took Pakistani nationality. The same was done for property left behind by those who went to China after the 1962 Sino-Indian war
  • In the year 1968 this Act was enacted by the Government of India to get control over such property spread across the country especially in Uttar Pradesh.
  • The act barred the Indian citizens who claimed to be the legal and rightful heirs of the original owners from inheriting those properties.
  • Under this act all these properties as called as “Enemy Properties” (movable & immovable) and powers is given to central government to take over properties owned by people who left for Pakistan or China when India was at war with these countries.
  • Under Section 3 of the Act Central Government appoints a custodian for enemy property for India and one or more deputy/assistant custodians as assistances.
  • All enemy properties in the country are within the control of this Custodian of Enemy Property
  • The role of the Custodian was to preserve, manage, administer and control the properties on behalf of the enemy; ( Sections 8, 10 and 15)
  • The Custodian had no power to sell the enemy property except under special circumstances namely there was no money with him to pay taxes and/or he had no money for preserving the properties and/or for the maintenance of that individual (enemy) or his family in India; (Sections: 8 (1))
  • In addition, there are also movable properties categorized as enemy properties.
  • Under the Act of 1968 Courts was having power to deal with the issues relating to enemy property.

 

 

 

 

ENEMY PROPERTY (AMENDMENT AND VALIDATION) FIFTH ORDINANCE, 2016

Need of Amendment

  • There have been various judgments by courts that have adversely affected the powers of the Custodian and the Government of India as provided under the Enemy Property Act, 1968. In view of such interpretation by various courts, the Custodians are finding it difficult to sustain his actions under the Enemy Property Act, 1968.

 

  • One such court judgment was passed in the case of the estate of the erstwhile Raja of Mahmudabad, who owned several large properties in Hazratganj, Sitapur and Nainital. Following partition, the Raja left for Iraq and stayed there for some years before settling in London. His wife and son Mohammed Amir Mohammad Khan, however, stayed behind in India as Indian citizen

 

 

  • After The Enemy Property Act was enacted in the year 1968 by the Government of India, the Raja’s estate was declared enemy property. When the Raja died, his son claim to the properties. After a legal battle that lasted over 30 years, an apex court Bench comprising Justice Ashok Bhan and Justice Altamas Kabir on October 21, 2005, ruled in favor of the son.

 

  • Soon after, there were more litigants who queued up to get back their properties. To ensure that the enemy property continues to vest in the Custodian, appropriate amendments were brought in by way of an Ordinance in the Enemy Property Act, 1968

 

OBJECT

The amendments to the Enemy Property Act, 1968 will eradicate the loopholes in the Act to ensure that the enemy properties that have been vested in the Custodian remain so and they do not revert back to the enemy subject or enemy firm.

The Enemy Property (Amendment and Validation) Bill, 2016 has the following salient features:

  • Once an enemy property is vested in the Custodian, it shall continue to be vested in him as enemy property irrespective of whether the enemy, enemy subject or enemy firm has ceased to be an enemy due to reasons such as death etc;
  • Law of succession does not apply to enemy property.
  • There cannot be transfer of any property vested in the Custodian by an enemy or enemy subject or enemy firm and that the Custodian shall preserve the enemy property till it is disposed of in accordance with the provisions of the Act.
  • Retrospective application: The Ordinance amends several provisions of the 1968 Act retrospectively. The ordinance nullifies all deals to transfer properties since 1968 and stipulates that once an enemy property is vested in the Custodian, it won’t matter if the legal heir is an Indian citizen or not. As a result, divestments (i.e., returning of property from the Custodian to the owner) and transfers of enemy property that had taken place before the promulgation of the Ordinance, which are not in compliance with the Ordinance, will be considered void.
  • DEFINITION OF ENEMY: Changes and expanded the definition of enemy to include:
  • Legal heirs of enemies even if they are citizens of India or of another country which is not an enemy
  • Nationals of an enemy country who subsequently changed their nationality to that of another country, etc.
  • VESTING OF ENEMY PROPERTY: In the following cases these properties will continue to vest with the Custodian:
  • the enemy’s death
  • (ii) if the legal heir is an Indian
  • (iii) enemy changes his nationality to that of another country, etc.
  • Vesting of enemy property with the Custodian will mean that all rights, titles and interests in the property will vest with the Custodian. No laws and customs governing succession will be applicable to these properties.
  • DIVESTMENT: Enemy property to be returned to the owner only if an aggrieved person applies to the government and the property is found not to be an enemy property.
  • Power of Sale: the Custodian can sell or dispose of enemy property. The Custodian may do this within a time period specified by the central government, irrespective of any court judgments to the contrary.
  • Transfers by Enemies: The Ordinance removes the provision of transfer by enemies, and prohibits all transfers by enemies. Further, it renders transfers that had taken place before or after the commencement of the 1968 Act as void.
  • Jurisdiction of Courts: The Ordinance bars civil courts and other authorities from entertaining cases against enemy properties. But it allows a person aggrieved by an order of the central government to appeal to the High Court, regarding whether a property is enemy property. Such an appeal will have to be filed within 60 days (extendable up to 120 days).
  • Powers of the Custodian: The 1968 Act authorized the Custodian to take measures to preserve enemy property, and maintain the enemy and his family if they are in India, from the income derived from the property. The Ordinance removes the duty to maintain the enemy and his family.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 BY- VINITA SINGH

 

 

 

 

 

M.P. HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE (ENTRY LEVEL) DIRECT RECRUITMENT FROM BAR, EXAM-2017

person DateMarch 17, 2017

M.P. HIGHER JUDICIAL SERVICE (ENTRY LEVEL) DIRECT RECRUITMENT FROM BAR, EXAM-2017

Start Date for submission of Online Application Form – 16-03-2017

Last Date for submission of Online Application Form – 13-04-2017

                                                                                             (Midnight-11.59PM)

Last Date for Correction of Online Application Form – 16-04-2017

                                                                                               (Midnight-11.59PM)

Date of Preliminary Examination– 07-05-2017 (Sunday)

Date of Main Examination – Continuous Two days to be notified later

Only Online applications through MPOnline (www.mponline.gov.in) are being invited for 42 posts in Madhya Pradesh District Judge (Entry Level) in the pay scale of Rs. 51550-1230-58930- 1380-63070 in the cadre of Higher Judicial Service by Direct Recruitment from amongst the eligible advocates under Rule 5(1)(c). Recruitment to these posts and conditions of service will be governed by the Madhya Pradesh Uchchatar Nyayik Seva (Bharti Tatha Seva Sharten) Niyam, 1994, as amended upto date.

Number of Vacancies to the post, Category – wise are as under

Category Number of Vacancies/Posts

Unreserved- 22

Other Backward Class -06

Schedule Caste- 06

Schedule Tribe -08

TOTAL- 42

 

ELIGIBILITY/QUALIFICATIONS;-

No person shall be eligible for appointment to the post of District Judge (Entry Level) in Higher Judicial Service by direct recruitment from Bar unless:-

(a) He/she is citizen of India;

(b) He/she has attained the age of 35 years and has not attained the age of 48 years, as on 1st January, 2017.

Note – Candidate must have been born on or after 01-01-1969 but before 01-01-1982.

(c) He/she has practiced as an Advocate for not less than seven years as on 13-04-2017 and

(d) He/she has good character and is of sound health and free from any bodily defects, which render him, unfit for such appointment.

Note – Candidates interested in and who are eligible for being considered for the post, should submit their applications as per the Online

Application-format available on www.mponline.gov.in by filling in all details relating to the all certificates/testimonials relating to their date of birth, caste, category, qualifications, domicile, experience, standing at the Bar etc.

MODE OF PAYMENT – After completing form and uploading photo and signature the candidates are required to make payment by – Credit Card or Internet Banking After making payment successfully, a computerized receipt containing details of portal charge and Examination Fee will be generated, the candidates are required to take a print out of such receipt and keep safely with them for further requirement if and when needed.

EXAMINATION FEES

Examination Fess shall be Rs. 1000/ for ‘Unreserved’ (UR) Candidates and Rs. 800/ for candidates of ‘Reserved Categories (O.B.C., S.C., S.T. & Specially Abled candidates), including portal charges (Rs.600/ per candidate ) of MPOnline .

Any Candidate, who is not bonafide resident (domicile) of State of

Madhya Pradesh, shall be treated as Unreserved Category (UR) in all

respect for the selection process and shall, also, have to pay Examination

Fee, accordingly.

SELECTION/RECRUITMENT PROCESS

The Selection /Recruitment process shall be completed in Three Stages-

  1. Preliminary/Screening Exam,
  2. Main Written Exam and
  3. Interview

FOR SYLLABUS AND MORE INFORMATION CLICK HERE 

Journal of Legal Studies (Volume 1): Call for Papers

person DateMarch 9, 2017

The Journal of Legal Studies (JLS) is the National Law University, Delhi’s flagship journal. It is an annual student – edited, peer – reviewed law journal, which seeks to provide a forum for engaging in discussions on varied issues of contemporary importance in domestic and international law and policy. The aim of the journal is to encourage scholarship and research in all areas of the law and its relationship with other disciplines in order to analyse crucial developments in the legal field. The Editorial Board is pleased to invite scholarly submissions from students, academicians, practitioners and researchers for the inaugural issue of the journal.

Categories:
The Journal of Legal Studies invites submissions under the following categories:

  • Articles: 5,000 to 10,000 words, inclusive of footnotes
  • Essays: 3,000 to 5,000 words, inclusive of footnotes
  • Case Notes and Legislative Comments: 2,000 to 3,000 words, inclusive of footnotes
  • Book Reviews: 2,000 to 3,000 words, inclusive of footnotes

Please note that the Book Reviews must specify the name of the book, author (and editors), edition reviewed and name of publisher. Books reviews must not be descriptive pieces that summarise the work, but should be critical and evaluative of the contents or arguments made in the book.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Co-authorship is permitted up to a maximum of two authors.
  • All submissions above 3,000 words must be accompanied by an Abstract of not more than 300 words.
  • All submissions must have 1.5 line-spacing in Times New Roman format, with font size 12.
  • Citations must be in the form of footnotes. Endnotes are not permitted. Footnotes must be single – spaced in Times New Roman format, with font size 10. Submissions must conform to the Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA), 4th Edition.
  • The manuscript itself must not contain any reference to the author’s name, institution or affiliation. The submission shall be accompanied by a cover letter containing the author’s complete name, academic qualifications, affiliation (if any) and contact details, in a separate attachment.
  • Submissions are accepted only in electronic form. The submission must be made in a Microsoft Word (.docx) format via e-mail to nludslj@nludelhi.ac.in with the email title as ‘Submission – JLS’.
  • Multiple submissions by the same author are permitted. Each submission will have to independently comply with these guidelines. However, resubmissions and revisions of a previously submitted paper are not permitted. The Editorial Board shall have the discretion to decide whether a submission is new or simply a resubmission of a previously submitted paper.

Deadline:
The last date for the submission of manuscripts is 15th March, 2017.

Contact:
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Editor-in-Chief
Email: nludslj@nludelhi.ac.in
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