Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2018: 2309 Vacancies For Class-IV Post
Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur invites applications for the post of Class-IV.
Total Posts: 2309
Name of the Post: Class-IV
Age Limit as on 01-01-2018: Minimum 18 years & Maximum 35 years. age relaxation is applicable as per govt rules.
Educational Qualification: 12th pass from a recognized board.
Pay Scale: Rs.12400/-pm
Application Fee : General/OBC (Creamy Layer) have to pay Rs.100/- & Rs.60/- For SC/ST Candidates through E Mitra/CSC/Net Banking/Debit Card/Credit Card.
How to Apply: Apply Online
Eligible and interested candidates may apply online through the website http://hcraj.nic.in.
Selection Process: Through Merit.
- Starting Date for Submission Of Online Application : 12.02.2018
- Last Date for Submission of Online Application : 13.03.2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://hcraj.nic.in/recruitment/
About Rajasthan High Court
The Rajasthan High Court is the High Court for the state of Rajasthan, India. The court was started on 21st June 1949 under the Rajasthan High Court Act, 1949. The seat of the Rajasthan High Court is located in Jodhpur. The 5 High Courts functioning in the different units of States were at Jaipur and Bikaner, Jodhpur, the High Court of former Rajasthan and the Matsya Union. The Rajasthan High Court Ordinance which was established in 1949 abolished these various jurisdictions and provided for a single high court for the entire state.Kamala Kant Varma was the first Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court. On 31st January 1977, a bench was formed at Jaipur under the sub-section 2 of section 51 of the States Organization Act, 1956 which was dissolved in 1958. The High Court of Rajasthan started with the strength of only 6 judges.
The Present Chief Justice of Rajasthan High Court is Hon’ble Justice Mr.Sunil Ambwani.At present, the sanctioned strength of the Rajasthan High court judges is 50 and the actual strength is 30. The President of India is appointing the Chief Justice and Judges. The President should consult with the Governor of the State and the Chief Justice of India.Currently as far as the lower Judiciary is concerned the State is divided into 35 Judgeships. There are 346 courts of District Judge Cadre, 265 courts of Civil Judge in Senior Division Cadre and 412 courts of Civil Judge in Junior Division Cadre.
The recruitment process in Rajasthan High Court is based on the candidates’ performance in the different tests. It will be a good decision of the candidates to join in this field.