High Court Recruitment 2021: High Court has released the official notification for Personal Assistant & Personal Clerk Posts. The selection of candidates will be done through the followed on Interview. So, candidates who aspire to apply can now apply for a job through the official link given below.
Education qualification to apply for this job is 12th, B.Sc Pass. After getting selected candidates can get payments Rs. 20,600/-1,77,500/- PM. High Court as started the Application form 27th December 2020 to 03rd February 2021. So, candidates who need to apply for this jobs kindly apply as soon as possible.
Eligibility Criteria for High Court Recruitment 2021
The Eligibility criteria for Education Qualification, Age Limit, Salary, Grade pay is as follows:
Personal Assistant & Personal Clerk Posts: 12th, B.Sc, Gradaute Pass from a recognized University.
Total Number of Vacancies: 77 Vacancies.
Selection Process: Selection of the candidates will be totally based on Interview.
Job Location: The job location in Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
After getting Selected candidates can get huge salary packages as follows:
|Personal Assistant & Personal Clerk Posts||Rs. 20,600/-1,77,500/- PM||–|
Age Limit for the post of Personal Assistant & Personal Clerk Posts Vacancies.
- Personal Assistant & Personal Clerk Posts– The Candidates age limit is maximum 18 to 45 years.
High Court Recruitment Application Fees 2021
Personal Assistant & Personal Clerk Posts, Candidates have to pay an application fee. The PWD (Persons with Disabilities) candidates are exempted from paying any application fees.
The Candidates have to pay Application fees is as per given below:
- BC/ BCM/ MBC&DC/ Others/ UR ₹1000/- for each post
- Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribe – Total Exemption
- Differently Abled Persons and Destitute Widows of all castes – Total Exemption
How to Apply for High Court Recruitment:
Candidates who fulfil the required Eligibility may apply online from the Official Website, High Court Recruitment.
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