|Post Name||Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge 120 Vacancy 2021|
|Mode of Apply||Online|
Rajasthan High Court
Civil Judge Vacancy 2021 – 120 Posts
Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Recruitment 2021 : Apply Online for 120 Vacancy | Latest Govt Jobs : Rajasthan High Court invites online applications for the engagement of Civil Judge Posts. Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply Online.
Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Job Openings 2021
|Sl No.||Post Name||Posts||Pay Scale||Qualification|
|1||Civil Judge||120||Rs. 27700-770-33090-920-|
|Bachelor in Law and thorough knowledge|
of Hindi Written in Devanagri script
Important Dates for Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Recruitment 2021
- Online Application starts from 30-07-2021 1300 hrs.
- Last date to Apply Online is 31-08-2021 till 1700 hrs.
- Last date to pay Online Application Fees is 01-09-2021 till 2359 hrs.
Age Limit for Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Vacancy 2021
- Minimum age for entry is 21 Years as on 01-01-2022.
- Maximum age for entry is 40 Years as on 01-01-2022.
- Age relaxations applicable as per Govt. Rules.
Application Fee for Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Jobs 2021
- Application Fees for Candidates belonging to General (UR) / OBC / Other State Candidates is Rs.1000/-.
- Application Fees for Candidates belonging to EWS Category of Rajasthan State is Rs.750/-.
- Application Fees for Candidates belonging to SC/ ST/ PwD of Rajasthan State is Rs.500/-.
- Payment can be done through Online mode only. (Credit card, Debit card, Net banking & C.S.C).
Selection Process for Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Recruitment 2021
- Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the Main Examination & Interview.
Important Links for Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Recruitment 2021
Contact Address for Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Recruitment 2021
Rajasthan High Court Principal Seat Jodhpur, Email : email@example.com, Phone -0291-2888500-04
About Rajasthan High Court
The State of Rajasthan was formed during the period March 17, 1948 and January 25, 1950 by integration of 19 Princely States. The Union of Rajasthan was inaugurated at Jaipur by Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on March 30, 1949. At that time Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner and Kota were the leading states with more or less British style of Administrative set up. They had their own High Courts with a subordinate judicial system. Before inauguration of the new State, a committee consisting of Shri B.R.Patel, the then Chief Secretary to the Government of PEPSU, Lt. Col. T.C.Puri, Director of Health Service and Shri S.P.Sinha, Superintending Engineer, CPWD, was constituted to resolve the issues relating to location of the capital and the seat of the High Court. The committee submitted its report on March 27, 1949 with a recommendation that Jaipur should be made capital of the new State and the High Court should be located at Jodhpur. In the newly created State, five High Courts were functioning at Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur (being capital of United Rajasthan with a bench at Kota) and Alwar (being capital of Matsya State) with a total strength of 20 judges. The Rajasthan High Court Ordinance, 1949 abolished these different jurisdictions and provided for a single High Court for the entire State. Section 10(1) of the Ordinance laid down that “the High Court shall sit at Jodhpur and such other place or places, if any, as the Rajpramukh may from time to time appoint either permanently or for a specified period”. Sub-section (2) of Section 10 empowered the Chief Justice to nominate one or more of such judges of the High Court to sit at such place or places as he may direct. In exercise of powers under sub-section(3) of Section 1, the Rajpramukh of the State issued a notification on August 25, 1949 fixing the 29th day of August, 1949 as the date for inauguration of the High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan at Jodhpur. On the same day the Rajpramukh exercising the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 10 of the Ordinance directed that until further orders the High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan shall also sit simultaneously (1) at Jaipur to dispose of the work arising in the Jaipur and Kota divisions and (2) at Udaipur to dispose of the work arising in Udaipur division.