Result of U.P. Higher Judicial Service (Main Written) Examination, 2014 Direct Recruitment to U.P. Higher Judicial Service held on 14th, 15th and 16th November, 2014 has been declared. High Court of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur notified Advertisement for recruitment additional district judges through M.P. Higher Judicial Service (Entry Level) Direct Recruitment for BAR, Exam 2015 Haryana Judicial Services Examination 2014-Pre is conducted on 10th of Jan 2015. The result is awaited. THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI will hold examination for direct recruitment against 14 vacancies to Delhi Higher Judicial Service on Sunday, the 06th April,2014-Last Date 06.02.2014 13/11/2013: While renewing the term of the appointment of the existing incumbents the State Government is required to consider their past performance and conduct in the light of the recommendations made by the District Judges and the District Magistrates. Therefore, the High Court could not have issued a Mandamus for renewal of the term of respondent Nos. 1 and 2 and other similarly situated persons and thereby frustrated the provisions of LR Manual and Section 24 Cr.P.C .- SUPREME COURT.
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  Date 1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM
  Court CAT
  Parties Miss. Mamta R Mehta Vs. Union of India & Ors.
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  Judgement delivered by the CAT, Ahmedabad Bench on O.A. No. 279/95 filed by Miss. Mamta R Mehta Vs. Union of India & Ors.
  This application filed by the applicant claiming that she was not called for interview despite possessing the qualifications prescribed in the advertisement published by the Commission and that the Commission can not shortlist the candidates on the basis of higher qualification and experience than those prescribed. The CAT, Ahmedabad dismissed the contention of the applicant and upheld the Commission’s authority to shortlist in cases where the number of applications are large. The significant portions of the judgement are re-produced below: “ We find that as per the UPSC statement a very large number of 517 applications we received fulfilling the minimum qualifications of three years experience. In order to keep the number of with manageable limits, the UPSC decided to raise the minimum experience require to five years and this reduced the number of candidates interviewed to eight S.T. and thirty two general candidates. There is no powers to restrict number of candidates by revising the qualifications and experience criteria.” The Hon’ble Supreme Court also rules in the judgement M.P. Public Service Commission Vs. Navnit Kumar Potdar and Others (1994 6 SCC 293) that the “Selection Board has powers to adopt suitable criteria for shortlisting candidates by raising the minimum qualifications and experience. This is essential as the number of candidates cold be in such a number so that it is possible to assess them properly in the interview due to time constraints”.