Karnataka High Court Recruitment 2020: Apply 33 Law Clerks-cum-Research Assistants Vacancies

Karnataka High Court Recruitment 2020 – Law Clerks-cum-Research Assistants Posts – Last Date: 17.11.2020 – Download Application @ karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in

Karnataka High Court Recruitment 2020: High Court of Karnataka has recently advertised a notification to invite online applications from eligible candidates for filling up the vacancies of Law Clerks-cum-Research Assistants. According to the Karnataka High Court recruitment 2020 notification, 33 vacancies are allocated for the Law Clerks-cum-Research Assistants posts on direct recruitment basis.  Candidates who are looking for Karnataka State government jobs and High Court jobs may apply online @ www.karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in before the last date of 17.11.2020 as given in the Karnataka High Court job notification.

Notification Details
RecruiterHIGH COURT OF KARNATAKA AT BENGALURU
DesignationLaw Clerks-cum-Research Assistants
Job LocationKarnataka
Vacancies/Post33
Application ModeOffline
SalaryRs.16,500/-
Official Websitehttp://karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in/

As per the KHC recruitment 2020 notification, the eligible contenders will be appointed at Karnataka as decided by the Karnataka High Court. Candidates are requested to read the eligibility criteria and ensure that they meet all the criteria before applying. Guidelines, additional documents details upcoming Karnataka High Court vacancy are also available in the official notification. This appointment is purely on contract or Temporary basis.

KHC Clerk Job Notification Details

During the period of assignment, the Law Clerk-cum-Research Assistant will be paid a monthly honorarium of Rs.16,500/- (Rupees Sixteen Thousand Five Hundred only) or such other enhanced honorarium as may be approved by the Government. Job seekers who are also seeking for Central government Jobs, they should follow our Naukri Messenger website regularly for more frequent updates about recruitment.  Here you will get brief information about Karnataka High Court latest jobs Required Qualification, Age limitation, Application Procedure and Important Dates and Links in the below article. So read this article till the end to get all the information regarding this recruitment.

Required Qualifications

  • Must be holder of a degree in Law granted by a University established by Law in India and have knowledge of operation of computers.
  • Must be have enrolled as an Advocate in Karnataka State Bar Council.
  • Kindly Check High Court of Karnataka vacancy notification about qualification details.

Age Limitation (as on the last date of application)

  • Must not have attained the age of 30 years
  • Refer Official notification of Karnataka High Court for age limit and relaxation.

Hiring Process

  • The applicants whose applications are in order shall be considered for calling for viva.
  • Candidates will select the candidates on the basis of academic record, achievements in co-curricular activities and performance in the interview
  • Kindly refer High Court of Karnataka vacancy 2020 notification to get more details about it.

High Court of Karnataka Law Clerks-cum-Research Assistants Application Procedure

Eligible Contenders may apply through offline mode. The candidates who are eligible and willing to apply should submit the application in the prescribed format and you can download @www.karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in. To read notification, choose Notification No. HCE 623/2006 Dated:15/10/2020 for Selection to 33 posts of Law Clerk – CUM- Research Assistants purely on temporary and contract basis” on KHC official web portal. Applications along with the relevant self-attested documents should reach the Registrar General, High Court of Karnataka, Bengaluru on or before 17.11.2020. Applications received after the last date fixed, will not be considered. The cover containing the application shall be super scribed as: “Application for Selection to the post of Law Clerk – cum – Research Assistants”.

Important Details
End Date17/11/2020
Advt NoNO. HCE 623/2006

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