A) Persons in service of State Government cannot be appointed as district judges
B) Posting, promotion etc. of persons in a judicial service below the district judge is completely in the hands of High Court
C) Consultation of the State Public Service Commissional is also required by the Governor, before appointing anyone to the judicial service of a state
D) Judicial service of a state consists of the judges of the High Court and all other subordinate judicial positions like district judge, sessions judge etc.
Correct Answer: D
Solution :[d] Statement [a] is correct. Persons already in the service of the Central or State Government cannot be appointed to the judicial service of a state according to Article 233. Statement [b] is also correct and the provision in this regard is made under Article 235 of the Constitution. Statement [c] is correct as well. The Governor is required to consult both the State Public Service Commission and the High Court of the concerned state, before appointing anyone to the judicial service of a state under Article 234, Article 236 defines the judicial service of a state as a service consisting of persons intended to fill the posts of district judge and other civil judicial posts inferior to the post of district judge.
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