Courts

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History  

The District and Sessions Court, Bidar is located in the prime area of the city.The court building is declared as heritage building which was constructed during the period of earstwhile Nizam of Hyderabad i.e in the year 1328 Fasli which is corresponding to 1938 A.D. Before reorganization of the states during 1956, the Bidar district comprised of 13 talukas. After re-organization, the number of taluks reduced to five. The names of the Taluks are Aurad, Basavkalyan, Bhalki, Bidar and Humanabad. Bidar Judicial unit consist of following courts.

  1. Prl. District and Sessions Judge, Bidar.
  2. Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Bidar.
  3. Prl. Senior Civil Judge and CJM, Bidar.
  4. Addl.Senior Civil Judge and CJM, Bidar.
  5. Prl. Civil Judge and JMFC II, Bidar.
  6. Addl. Civil Judge and JMFC, Bidar.
  7. I Addl. Civil Judge and JMFC, Bidar.

Aurad

  1. Civil Judge and JMFC II, Aurad
  2. Addl.Senior Civil Judge and CJM, Bidar. ( Iterating on Monday and -Tuesday)

Bhalki

  1. Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Bidar (Iterating on Friday and -Saturday)
  2. Senior Civil Judge and CJM, Bhalki.
  3. Civil Judge and JMFC , Bhalki.

Basavkalyan

  1. II Addl. District and Sessions Judge, Bidar , Sitting at Basavakalyan
  2. Senior Civil Judge Basavkalyan
  3. Civil Judge and JMFC , Basavkalyan.

Humanabad

  1. Senior Civil Judge Basavkalyan
  2. Prl.Civil Judge and JMFC , Humanabad.
  3. Addl.Civil Judge and JMFC , Humanabad

Jurisdiction

Present day Bidar covering an expanse of 5448 square kilometers of land lies between 17 o 35 !! and 18o 25!! North latitudes and 760 42!! minutes and 770 39!! east longitudes, with the districts of Nizamabad and Medak in Andhra Pradesh on the East and the districts of Nanded and Osmanabad in Maharashtra on the west. On the south lies the district of Gulbarga of Karnataka. This central position in the Deccan had for long imparted to Bidar, the pre-eminent position in the history of the Deccan though to-day it presents a picture of centuries of neglect and ruin.

Infrastructure

  1. Computer Server room.
  2. Judicial Service Centre.
  3. VideoConference Hall.
  4. Mediation Centre.
  5. Filling and Enquiry Counter ( functioning from March 2003 )