Karnataka High Court Recruitment 2020: Karnataka High Court has given the Notification for the Recruitment of Oath Commissioner Vacancies, which is updated on 09.01.2020. The candidates, who have done Graduation in Law are eligible and it comprises of 851 Vacancies. All the skilled and talented, who are willing to acquire the job may apply and grab the wonderful opportunity to acquire the job. Hopeful candidates may keep visiting our web page for the further job updates over Karnataka High Court as given below. Interested candidates may apply on/before the last date as scheduled in the official notification and also check further information such as Eligibility criteria, Age limit and more details mentioned below.
About Karnataka High Court: Karnataka High Court is established in 1884 and officially known as Karnataka Uccha Nyayalaya. Karnataka High Court is located at Bangalore in Karnataka and previously known as High Court of Mysore. The High Court is located in a building named Attara Kacheri, which is a two-storied building of stone and brick, painted red, in the Graeco-Roman style of architecture. The construction of the building was supervised by Rao Bahadur Arcot Narayanswami Mudaliar.
The High Court was earlier named as Old Public Offices and got its name of Attara Kacheri when the 18 departments in general and revenue secretariat of the Mysore Government were shifted here from their crowded premises in Tipu Sultans Summer Palace. Tipu's Palace was only a temporary house for the offices. When Bowring was a Commissioner, he found the building unsuitable because of maintenance as well as it's limited accommodation and it was he who conceived and prepared the plans for a full-fledged secretariat building in the city area. The construction was taken up in 1864 and completed in 1868. Later, the Chief Court of Mysore was reconstituted with three Judges under the Mysore Chief Court Regulation I of 1884. This COurt was the highest Court of Appeal, Reference and Revision in the territories of Mysore and had powers of superintendence and control over all other Courts in the State
The location of the Bangalore in the south-east corner of the state caused hardship for people visiting the High Court from the distant northern regions of the state. This issue led to agitation, including the boycott of court proceedings by lawyers in the northern region. The demand was finally met in the year 2006 and decided to set up in Dharwad and Gulbarga. The new branches were inaugurated on 4th and 5th July 2008 and later demand to make both Dharwad and Gulbarga benches permanent. Consequently, Dharwad and Gulbarga became permanent benches in 2013.