Sunday, 12 October 2014

High Court of Punjab & Haryana at Chandigarh Recruitment – Last Date 31 October 2014

Applications were invited through advertisement published For the 14 posts of Judgment Writers in following, apply before 31/10/2014.

Advertisement No. : RB/JW/9/2014

Organization Name: High Court of Punjab & Haryana at Chandigarh 

Job Position/ Post: Judgment Writers

Pay Scale: Rs.10300-34800/-

Grade Pay : Rs.4800/-

Eligibility: Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science or equivalent thereto from a recognized University and proficiency in operation of computers (Word processing and Spread sheet). Merely satisfying eligibility criterion does not entitle candidates to be called for test. The Committee reserves right to adopt any short listing criterion to call the candidates for the test. This Court reserves the right to alter/modify or change any of the terms and conditions including selection criterion etc. spelt out in the Employment Notice. Candidates must possess requisite qualification(s) as on cut off date i.e. 28.10.2014.

Job Location: Chandigarh

No of Vacancy: 14 Posts.

Age Limit:   21 to 30 Years

How To Apply: Last date for determining permissible age and other eligibility in all respects shall be 28.10.2014. Registration Step-1 shall be completed on or before 28.10.2014 by 11:59 PM. Candidates who successfully complete Step-1, will have to complete Step-2 on or before 31.10.2014 by 11:59 PM.

Application fee: General category candidates and the SC/ST/BC candidates of areas other than States of Punjab, Haryana and UT Chandigarh shall have to pay fee @ Rs. 500/- and all other reserved category candidates shall have to pay @ Rs. 250/- through Bank deposits as detailed in “How to Apply”. Bank service charges will be extra.

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