WBPSC Judicial Service Recruitment 2021 – Apply Online for 14 Vacancy | Latest Govt Jobs : West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC) will hold the West Bengal Judicial Service Examination, 2021 for recruitment to the post of civil Judge (Jr. Divn.) in west Bengal Judicial service to fill up a total of 14 Posts. Interested Candidates fulfilling the Eligibility Criteria can Apply Online.
WBPSC Judicial ServiceJob Openings 2021
Civil Judge (Jr. Divn)
A degree in Law and should have Enrolled as an advocate in the roll of Bar Council of any State or Union Territory in lndia and ability to read, write and speak in Bengali
Important Datesfor WBPSC Judicial ServiceRecruitment 2021
Online Application starts from 14-07-2021
Last date to Apply Online is 05-08-20212359 hrs.
Last Date for payment of Online Fees is 05-08-20212359 hrs.
Last Date for payment of Fees Offline is is 06-08-2021.
Online Application edit option will be available from 09-08-2021 to 13-08-2021.
Generation of challan must be done before 05-08-2021.
Age Limitfor WBPSC Judicial Service Vacancy 2021
Candidates age should not be less than 23 Years or more than 35 years On the date Of advertisement for the examination as on 10-07-2021. (i.e. candidate should not have born earlier than 11-07-1986 and not later than 10-07-1998.
The upper age limit is relaxable by 5 Years for Candidates from SC / ST of West Bengal State.
The upper age limit is relaxable by 3 Years for Candidates from BC (Non Creamy Layer) of West Bengal State.
The upper age limit is 45 Years for PwD Candidates of West Bengal State.
Age relaxations applicable to other categories as per Govt. Rules.
Application Feefor WBPSC Judicial Service Jobs 2021
Candidates belonging to General is Rs. 210/- + Service Charges as Applicable.
No Application Fees for Candidates from SC / ST and PwD of West Bengal State.
The payment can be made through online mode OR through Bank Counter.
Selection Process for WBPSC Judicial ServiceRecruitment 2021
Candidates will be shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the Preliminary Exam (MCQ Type), Final Exam (Written Exam) and Personality Test.
Important Linksfor WBPSC Judicial ServiceRecruitment 2021
Contact Address for WBPSC Judicial ServiceRecruitment 2021
Public Service Commission, West Bengal, 161-A, S. P. Mukherjee Road, Kolkata – 700 026, Telephone No. (033) 2419-7715 , 2419-8187, 2466-1540, Fax : (033) 2466-0992 / 2466-3378 / 2455-0854, E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
About West Bengal Public Service Commission (WBPSC)
The evolution of the Public Service Commission in India can be traced back to the persistent demands raised by the educated Indians for admission into the Indian Civil Service. The Montagu-Chelmsford report incorporated a provision regarding this demand of the Indian Youth and ultimately the Govt. of India Act, 1919 saved the path for the formation of the Public Service Commissions Section 96C of the Govt. of India Act, 1919 provided for the establishment of a Public Service Commission in India to regulate the recruitment and control the public services in India and perform such functions as may be assigned thereto by Rules made by the Secretary of State in Council.
The passing of the Govt. of India Act, 1919 was followed by a protracted correspondence stretching over four years between the Secretary of State, the Govt. of India and local Governments regarding the framework of the body to be constituted. Subsequently, the Lee Commission in its report dated 27th March, 1924, recommended the establishment of the Public Service Commission as suggested by the Government of India Act, 1919 without any further delay.
Pursuant to the provisions of the Section 96(C) of the Govt. of India Act, 1919 and the recommendation of the Lee Commission, Central Public Service Commission was set up for the first time in India in October, 1926. It was formed in accordance with the traditions of the British Civil Service Commission. The functions of the Public Service Commission were regulated by the Public Service Commission (Functions) Rules, 1926 framed under Sub-Section (2) of Section 96(C) of the Government of India Act, 1919. These rules provided for consultation with the Commission in respect of recruitment to All India Services, Central Services Class I and Class II, on questions of drawing up of syllabi for examinations and of qualifications for recruitment by selection, on promotion to these services, on disciplinary cases, on questions connected with pay and allowances, pension, provident funds, leave rules and conditions of service.