Andhra Pradesh judiciary job aspirants warned against sending messages to High Court Chief Justice

Currently, the recruitment process for various district judiciary posts under notifications 1 to 10 of 2022, dated October 21, 2022 is underway.

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Press Trust of India | March 27, 2023 | 10:43 PM IST

AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh district judiciary job aspirants who wrote directly to the AP High Court Chief Justice, Justice Prasanth Kumar Mishra, regarding the announcement of exam results will not be considered for employment, said an official on Monday. Taking serious note of the development, the authorities termed the act as 'highly objectionable.'

“Some of the candidates are directly sending messages and emails to the Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh regarding the announcement of results. Such an act on the part of the candidates is highly objectionable and reprehensible,” said the official. The candidature of such candidates who had sent such messages and emails will not be considered for any post and they would be disqualified, he added.

The official cautioned the hopefuls to refrain from transmitting such messages, or face action. Currently, the recruitment process for various district judiciary posts under notifications 1 to 10 of 2022, dated October 21, 2022 is underway. Jobs in the district judiciary have increased in the state owing to the establishment of new Courts.

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