LHC District & Sessions Judges (LHC) Jobs 2022
Applications are invited from candidates domiciled in Punjab, possessing the following qualifications as prescribed in the Punjab Judicial Service Rules. 1994 for appointment against the vacant posts of Additional District & Sessions Judges (BS-20) on a temporary basis likely to become permanent. Recruitment of Additional District & Sessions Judges Advertisement No.01/2022
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LAHORE HIGH COURT, LAHORE ADVERTISEMENT NO. 01/2020 (R&E)
Lahore High Court Jobs 2022 Advertisement The examination will commence w.e.f. 2nd April 2022.
(1) An advocate who possesses a degree in Law from a recognized university entitling him/her to practice the profession of law or is a Member of the Faculty of Advocates of Scotland;
(2) A practicing advocate of the Lahore High Court and the Courts subordinate to the Lahore High Court with the minimum practice of ten years (ten years practice as an advocate shall be counted from the date when the advocate became a registered member of any Bar Association under Rule 7.10 read with Rule 7.12 of The Punjab Legal Practitioners and the Bar Council Rules, 1974).
Not less than 35 years and not more than 45 years of age as on 25th February 2022.
BS-20 plus admissible allowances.
1. Three percent (3%) quota reserved therein for disabled persons as envisaged by Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) Ordinance, 1981 as amended by Section 2 of the Punjab Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) (Amendment) Act, 2015.
2. Five percent (5%) reserved for minorities in the light of Government of the Punjab Notification No.SOR-III(S&GAD)1-35/93, dated 27.03.2010.Candidates securing 40% marks in each paper and 50% marks in aggregate shall
be considered to have passed the written examination.After passing the written examination, candidates shall undergo a compulsory
Psychological and Aptitude Test.The report of the Psychological and Aptitude Test (without awarding any marks)
shall be placed before the Interview Committee for consideration at the time of
The written examination shall consist of eight papers. Candidates shall answer all
papers in English except Paper VII, Urdu. The time allowed for each paper shall be 3
hours. The subjects and maximum marks allocated to each paper shall be as under:-
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– Candidates who qualify written examination shall be called for Interview.
– Those who secure 50% marks (150 out of 300 marks) in the interview shall be
considered for appointment
The date sheet and place of examination will be intimated to the eligible candidates through press, official website, call letters, SMS and e-mails.
In case of concealment of facts, false information or misstatement made by any candidate in any document is found, the Lahore High Court reserves its right to cancel the candidature at any stage, even after appointment. Such concealment/misstatement shall lead to proceedings against the said candidate under the Punjab Legal Practitioners and Bar Councils Act, 1973, or criminal prosecution under the Pakistan Penal Code, 1860 and shall forfeit his/her right to appear in this or subsequent examination(s) or to remain in service.
Online prescribed application forms are available on official website of Lahore High Court, Lahore i.e. www.lhc.gov.pk.
Candidates are required to deposit non-refundable examination fee of Rs.5,000/- (rupees five thousand only) online in any branch of MCB bank situated within the province of Punjab in MCB Bank Lahore High Court, Lahore Branch Gold Saving Account no.0785503341001134 titled ‘Human Resource-District Judiciary’ and fill in online prescribed application form. After taking print thereof, the candidates are required to forward application form to the office of the undersigned alongwith original fee deposit slip.
The online application form alongwith hard copy and relevant documents must be dispatched to the office of the undersigned on or before 25th February 2022. No hard copy of the online application shall be accepted, thereafter.
The attested copies of the following documents must be attached with the hard
copy of the application form:-
a. All educational certificates.
b. Domicile certificate.
c. Computerized national identity card.
d. Enrolment certificate as an advocate of lower courts issued by Punjab Bar Council.
e. Enrolment certificate as an advocate of High Court issued by Punjab Bar Council.
f. Membership certificate issued by President District/Tehsil Bar Association, mentioning the date of membership.
g. Membership certificate issued by President, High Court Bar Association.
h. Prescribed Experience Certificate as an advocate for ten years practice duly signed by the concerned President, District Bar Association, stating the date when the candidate acquired the membership of the Bar Association and duly countersigned by the concerned District and Sessions Judge.
i. Prescribed Character Certificate from the President District/Tehsil Bar
Association duly countersigned by the concerned District & Sessions
j. Appointment letter in case of a Government Employee as mentioned in the Punjab Judicial Service Rules, 1994.
k. Experience certificate in case of full time prosecutors, issued by the
l. Five latest passport size attested photographs (one from the front and four from the back side) by a government officer of BS-17 or above who should give his/her full name, designation, affix his/her official stamp and signatures. The said photographs shall be submitted in a small sized envelope.
m. A disabled applicant should provide a Disability Certificate issued by the Competent Disability Board showing suitability/fitness of the applicant for the subject post as provided under the Disabled Persons (Employment and Rehabilitation) Ordinance, 1981.
Attachment of enrollment & membership certificates of District Bar Association and High Court Bar Association is compulsory under rule 7(1)(b)(i) of the Punjab Judicial Service Rules, 1994.
8. Incomplete applications will be rejected summarily. No deficiency shall be permitted to be made up after last date for submission of online application forms.
9. Experience shall be counted from the date of membership of a Bar Association under rule 7.10 of the Punjab Legal Practitioners and Bar Council Rules, 1974.
10.District Attorneys, Deputy District Attorneys, Assistant District Attorneys, full time prosecutors authorized to conduct prosecution on behalf of the government shall apply through proper channel.
11.No age/experience relaxation shall be granted under the rules.
12.Applications without original bank deposit receipt shall be rejected summarily.
13.Candidates having enrollment with Islamabad Bar Council having Punjab domicile; and evidence of ten years practice at the Lahore High Court, Lahore or its subordinate courts are allowed to appear in the Competitive Examination for the posts of Additional District & Sessions Judges.
14.The applicants shall be governed by the rules, regulations, policy and decisions made by the Lahore High Court, Lahore from time to time.
15.The candidates can submit requests for recounting/rechecking of their paper within 15 days after the declaration of written examination result on payment of Rs.2000/- as fee each paper.
16.The answer books of the examination shall be disposed of after three months from the date of declaration of final result. No representation/application of any kind shall be entertained thereafter.