There is no All India Judicial Service; service rendered in other state can't be counted for DHJS appointment: Delhi High Court

The Court said that an officer seeking appointment to the judicial services will have to complete the prescribed eligibility criteria of service in the feeder grade of that state.
Justice Manmohan and Justice Saurabh Banerjee
Justice Manmohan and Justice Saurabh Banerjee

The Delhi High Court recently held that there is no All India Judicial Service, and therefore, an officer seeking appointment to the judicial service of a state will have to complete the prescribed eligibility criteria of service in the feeder grade of that state [Ms Neetu Nagar v. Govt of NCT of Delhi and Anr].

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