The judges of subordinate courts are appointed by the Governor in consultation with the Chief Justice of the High Court of the concerned State. These days, in most of the States judicial service officers including the magistrates are selected through competitive examinations held by the State Public Service Commission. They are finally appointed by the Governor.

Any person who has been an advocate for at least seven years or one who is in the Structure of Government service of the State or the Central Government is eligible to be a judge of the District Court provided he/she possess the required legal qualifications.

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To read more about Subordinate Judiciary, aspirants can check the linked article. 

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