Bumper Vacancy is out for 2756 posts in Rajasthan High Court. Under which recruitment will be done on the posts of Rajasthan State Judicial Academy, Taluka Legal Services Committees, Lok Adalat Service Authority, District Court and District Legal Services Authority, Junior Judicial Assistant (JJA), Junior Assistant (JA) and Clerk Grade-2. To join the recruitment process, graduate candidates can apply by visiting the website of Rajasthan High Court https://hcraj.nic.in till 12 midnight tonight.
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Must be a graduate in any discipline from any University or Institution established by law in India. Along with this, knowledge of computer should also be there.
On getting selected, the candidates will be given salary ranging from Rs 20 thousand 800 to Rs 65 thousand 900 every month.
The minimum age limit of the candidate should be between 18 years to 40 years to appear in Rajasthan High Court LDC Recruitment 2022. The age of the candidates going to apply for this recruitment will be calculated as on 01 January 2022. Along with this, the candidates who belong to the reserved categories. Relaxation in upper age limit will be given to them as per the rules of the government.
500 for Rajasthan High Court LDC Recruitment 2022 from General Category / Other Backward Classes (Creamy Layer Category) / Most Backward Classes (Creamy Layer Category) / Other State Candidates.
400 from candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes (Non Creamy Layer Category) / Extremely Backward Classes (Non Creamy Layer Category) / Economically Weaker Sections of Rajasthan State. Whereas a fee of Rs 350 will be collected from the candidates belonging to the Scheduled Castes / Scheduled Tribes / Divyangjan candidates of the state of Rajasthan.
Candidates will be selected in the recruitment process through written test as well as typing test. On the basis of the merit of both the numbers, the candidate will get the job.
This will be the pattern of the written test.
There will be a total of 300 marks in the written test. There will be 50 questions asked and each correct answer will carry a maximum of two marks. The exam will consist of 100 questions (each subject) from Hindi, English and General Knowledge subjects. Two hours will be given to complete the paper. It will be mandatory for General candidates to get 135 marks and SC ST to get 120 marks to go to the next stage. There will be no negative marking for wrong answer.
A typing test of 100 marks will be taken on computer. It will have to be typed in English or English and Hindi at a speed of 8,000 key depressions per hour. 50-50 marks have been fixed for speed and dexterity in the test. This test will be of 10-10 minutes. There will be a speed test for Hindi typing and English typing in the first 10 minutes. There will be an efficiency test in the second 10 minutes.
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