The Bombay High Court recently released the notification for the recruitment to the post of Clerk and Peon in Nagpur. A total of 204 vacancies has been notified. Interested candidates can apply online. The online registration, which started from Saturday, 3rd August, 2019 will continue till 17th August, 2019. One can apply at the Bombay High Court’s official website: www.bombayhighcourt.nic.in.
The details for the Bombay High Court, Nagpur vacancy are:
Total Posts: 204
Clerk, Group C: 128
Peon, Group D: 76
The pay scale for clerk starts from Rs. 19,900 to Rs. 62,200. Meanwhile, the peon salary starts from Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 47,600.
Eligibility criteria for clerk and peon posts:
Clerk Educational Qualifications:
A bachelor degree from a recognized university. However, preference will be given to law graduates.
A candidate must have passed Government Commercial Certificate Examination or examination conducted by Government Board.
A candidate must possess Certificate about proficiency in operation of word processors in Windows and Linux in addition to M.S. Office, M.S. Word, Wordstar-7 and Open Office Org obtained from any one of the following institutes: Universities established under the Maharashtra Universities Act, 1994; Goa/Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education; NIC; C-DAC; CEDIT; DOEACC; DATAPRO; MS-CIT; APTECH; SSI; NIIT; BOSTON.
The charges for registration include Rs. 100/-
Peon Educational Qualifications:
7th exam passed
Registration charges include Rs. 50/-
In addition to the above eligibility criteria, candidates must have adequate knowledge of Marathi language. For candidates interested in jobs opportunities at Bombay High Court, one should visit their page regularly for further updates on Bombay High Court Jobs.
Instructions to apply:
Visit the website: www.bombayhighcourt.nic.in.
Read the instruction before filling up the form
Attach attested scanned copies of all the required documents with the application form
Pay online the applicable registration charges
Submit the form before 17th August, 2019.
The selection process will include a written examination, skill test and an interview.
Source: Bombay High CourtPosted in News, States