High Court Recruitment
Bumper jobs opening!!! Apply now for High Court Recruitment. There are 15,450+ vacancies are acauialbvle for various vacant posts of Group C & D under High Courts. Here below we have provided the links for High Court Opportunities, you should apply.
Those, who want to get jobs in High court, must have passed HC examination. You can apply for any post as according to your qualification conditions. You should check upcoming High Court Openings in each and every state & UT of India on the below ward of this page.
High Court Notification
Candidates, who find themselves eligible for recruitment in High Court, can apply grab the advantage of this great opportunity. You should check the eligibility norms needed for the job by hitting the notification link in front of suitable posts.
Keen applicants can apply for High Court Recruitment 2019 directly from this page, or they may also apply step by step by visiting the official portal of appropriate high court. Check detailed High Court Recruitment 2019 on the beneath segment of this page, maintained by the team of www.recruitmentinboxx.com
High Court Recruitment
Latest High Court Vacancy – Notice
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|Odisha District Court Recruitment /Updating Soon||Junior Clerk, Junior Typist,|
Stenographer Grade-III, Counsellor
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High Court Job Opportunities:
The High Court Recruitment will give you all detailed information regarding latest Openings in High Court. Aspirants who wanted to get appointed in the courts of India, first have to fulfill the eligibility criteria and other essential requirements to be get recruited. So, the applicants who fulfill all the requirements of particular positions may apply for it. Applying process can be any of this, as whether it may be offline or online as per the administration.
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After reading all the details in High Court Recruitment Notification, if you find yourself eligible for job then move ahead and apply for the job in proper channel. As you know there are huge number of vacancies is available, so you may apply for any one.
High Court hires eligible and capable candidates for running the entire work easily on time and smoother tasks in High Court. Each High Court is of same level as they all conducts the same type of works in same level of different state’s high court.
Different Types of Jobs in High Court:
In high court there is various types of jobs profiles. As in the high court different functions are performed. So to continue all the work, the organization needs hard working and challenging candidates.
Applicants, who will be hired on the various kinds of position, they have to perform different tasks and works from another. Because of it is essential that contenders appointed on the posts must be well skilled and talented in his job.
You can check below the various types of job profiles, on which High Courts usually hires eligible personnel-
- District Judge
- Field Assistant
- Judgment Writer
- Assistant Court Secretary
- Office Subordinates
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Aspirants who are applying for these positions first have to fulfill the skills which are required for these positions. Candidates may choose any position and then apply for it through specific procedure. But the position must be chosen by keeping in mind the certain skills that are required for that particular position.
Eligibility Criteria for All High Court Jobs:
The eligibility norms for Latest High Court Jobs Openings,has been decided by the government of India.
The first conditions of edibility is, applicant must be an Indian citizen
- Academic Record:
Applicants must have qualified by 12th standard Graduation/ Degree of Law/ Officer of any court/ Post Graduation/ or its equivalent with minimum 60% marks in concerned stream from any recognized universality or institution.
The qualifications of the contenders are simply based on the posts for which you are applying. As some positions required just 12th or 10th pass candidates without any experience.
- Age Limits:
To apply for Jobs in High Court, applicant’s age must be more than 18 years and maximum age and relaxation in upper age for reserved category candidates will be considered as per the government norms.
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Applicants who are applying for these positions must have to fulfill age criteria. The age of aspirants should be as per the rules of the government of that particular state. Age relaxations will be applicable as per the rules and regulations made by the government. The requirement of different positions is different, so applicants have to fulfill the requirement as per the posts they are going to apply. We had provided common eligibility that is essential to apply.
Do You Know History of High Courts?
High Court is the state level court. Each state and union territory has its High Court. This court is the highest judicial organ of the state and second highest in all over India or country that is after Supreme Court. Mainly, High Court refers to Supreme Court of a country. The total numbers of High Courts in India are 24 and first it was 21 in number. As central government had constituted three new high courts in India so the total courts are 24. The three new high courts are situated in Tripura, Manipur and Meghalaya that is in the east of the country.
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The high court is headed by the Chief Justice. The Number of judges in organization is decided by dividing average institute of cases through last 5 years by national average, or average rate of disposal of cases per judge per year in that High Court, whichever is higher. And the judge in each high court is being appointed by the President of India. The judge of that particular high court can hold office till the age of 62 years as per rules. The four high courts in India are the oldest courts that are Chennai High Court in Chennai, Mumbai High Court in Mumbai, Kolkata High Court in Kolkata and Allahabad High Court in Allahabad.
Latest List of High Courts in the Country:
|State Name||Year of Establishment||Territorial Jurisdiction||Seat|
|Bombay||1862||Maharastra, Dadar, & Nagar Haveli. Goa, Daman Diu|
|Kolkata||1862||West Bengal, Andaman & Nicobar Islands||Kolkata ( Bench of port Blair)|
|Madras||1862||Tamil Nadu & Pondicherry||Chennai|
|Allahabad||1866||Uttar Pradesh||Allahabad (Bench at Lucknow)|
|Jammu & Kashmir||1928||Jammu & Kashmir||Sri Nagar & Jammu|
|Guwahati||1948||Assam, Nagaland, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh||Guwahati (Bench at Kohima,|
|Rajasthan||1949||Rajasthan||Jodhpur ( Bench – Jaipur)|
|Andhra Pradesh||1954||Andhra Pradesh||Hyderabad|
|Madhya Pradesh||1956||Madhya Pradesh||Jabalpur (Bench –Indore , Gwalior)|
|Kerala||1958||Kerala & Lakshadweep||Ernakulam|
|Himachal Pradesh||1966||Himachal Pradesh||Shimla|
|Punjab & Haryana||1975||Punjab, Haryana , Chandigarh||Chandigarh|
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