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Report No. 77

Chapter 13

Some General Suggestions

13.1. Persons of the right calibre to be recruited.-

Efforts should be made to draw talented young persons to the judicial service. The scales of pay for judicial officers and other amenities to them should be sufficiently attractive and be of such a nature as can provide them a reasonably decent standard of living. Such scales of pay may deter, though not rule out altogether, any temptation being thrown in the way of judicial officers. View has been expressed by a large number of judges and the lawyers that there is lot of scope for improvement in the recruitment of judicial officers. Every effort, therefore, should be made to recruit candidates of the right calibre.

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