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Title Training of Scheduled Caste Law Graduates in Administration of Justice.
Introduction  The State Govt. has observed that sufficient number of Scheduled Caste Law Graduates are not taking up this profession because of lack of financial support. Government , therefore considered that new Scheduled Caste Law Graduates be provided financial assistance and facility for training in the Administration of Justice.
Scheme The selected Scheduled Caste Law Graduates are paid a stipend of Rs. 1000/- per month , and the period of training is 4 years.
  1. Training is given in the respective districts.
  2. The selection of  candidates is made at the District Level by a Selection Committee under the Chairmanship of the Deputy Commissioner. The selected candidates will be attached to the District Public Prosecutor /  Government advocate or any Advocate who has put in not less than 20 years of service in the profession, for the purpose of training.
  3. The Member Secretary will, with the approval of the committee, invite applications from law graduates belonging to Scheduled Caste after announcement of Law Degree examination results by the concerned University. Notification for calling of applications will be given wide publicity. It will be published in the Karnataka Gazette and in the newspapers. The Notification will also be displayed on the notice boards of the offices of the District Social Welfare Officers, Deputy Commissioner, Zilla Panchayat and District Bar Associations.
  4. Last date for receipt of applications will be one month, from the date of  publication in the Gazette
  5. The applications received will be scrutinized by the Member-Secretary. Incomplete applications / belated applications , which do not fulfill all the requirements, will be rejected.
  6. The training period is 4 years and the selected candidates shall not leave the training in the middle. This condition shall not apply if the candidate gets an appointment in the State Govt./ Central Govt.
  7. The selected candidates have to submit monthly diary duly attested by their Senior Advocate.
  1. The maximum age limit shall be 35 years, as on the last date fixed for receipt of the applications
  2. The Scheduled Caste candidates have to apply within 2 years of their Law Graduation.
  3. Candidates should have registered their names in the Bar Council.
  1. Caste Certificate in the prescribed proforma issued by competent authority.
  2. Law Graduation Certificate.
  3. Age proof (SSLC marks card or School Leaving Certificate).
Whom to Approach District Social Welfare Officer
Time Schedule Two months after calling the applications.
Authorities to be approached in case of delay
  1. Deputy Commissioner of the concerned district.
  2. Commissioner of Social Welfare, Bangalore.