FIRST NATIONAL JUDICIAL PAY COMMISSION

Bangalore - India.

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1. Introduction

2. History of Judiciary (States / UTs)

3. Judicial Structure & Remunearation - International Experience

4. The Trial Judge is really 'On Trial'

5. Rechristening of Subordinate Judiciary

6. Equation of posts CMM and CJM

7. Amalgamation of Multiple Cadres into three uniform cadres

8. Recruitment to the cadre of Civil Judge (Jr.Dn.)-cum-Magistrate I Class

9. Civil Judges (Sr.Dn.) - Whether it should be mixed cadre or purely promotional cadre

10. Direct recruitment to the cadre of District Judges - Profile, Problems & Prognosis

Annexure - Draft Judicial Service Rules

11. Whether the Lower Judicial Service Person could be made eligible for direct recruitment to the post of District Judges'

12. Principles relating to Inter-Se Seniority between Direct Recruits and Promotees in the cadre of District Judges

13. Judicial Training & Education - Status, Needs, Organisation & Strategies

14. Principles Governing the Pay Structure of the Subordinate Judiciary

15. Evolution of new Pay Scales

16. The Administration of Justice in the States should be Joint Responsibility of the Centre and the States

Annexure - CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF CENTRAL ACTS

17. Assured Career Progression Scheme and Functional Scales

18. Dearnes Allowance - A Perspective

19. Allowances, Amenities and Advances

20. Promotional Opportunities

21. Superannuation Age of Judicial Officers

22. Retirement Benefits

23. Pension Structure for Past Pensioners

24. Work Methos and Work Environment

25. Information Technology in the Administration of Justice

26. All India Judicial Service

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