The schedule of the written test and admission cards will be uploaded soon (representative image)
According to the schedule, the Rajasthan High Court JJA, JA and Clerk Grade II will be held on March 12, 2023 and March 19, 2023
The Supreme Court of Rajasthan has released the exam dates for several vacancies including Junior Judicial Assistant (JJA), Junior Assistant (JA) and Clerk Grade II. Candidates appearing for the written examination can view and download the notice from the official website at hcraj.nic.in.
According to the schedule, the Rajasthan High Court JJA, JA and Clerk Grade II will be held on March 12, 2023 and March 19, 2023. The schedule of written test and admission cards will be uploaded on the main site soon.
“In accordance with Advertisement No. RHcJ/Exam Cell/ Jr.JA&Clerk Grade-ll/ 2022/ 2248 dated 05.08.2022, all concerned are NOTIFIED that the written test for recruitment for the position of Junior Judicial Assistant for the Supreme Court of Rajasthan, Junior Assistant for RSLSA & DLsAs and Registrar Grade-ll for RSJA & District Courts, 2022 will be held on 2.03.2023 (Sunday) and 19.03.2023 (Sunday),” reads the official notice. The Rajasthan High Court will conduct the written examination on two different dates so that the court would take over the process of normalization of figures.
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Through this recruitment drive, the Supreme Court of Rajasthan will fill a total of 2,756 vacancies of JJA, JA and Clerk. Last year in August, the Supreme Court of Rajasthan invited online applications from eligible graduates for the position of Registrar, JJA and JA. The deadline to apply for the vacancies was until 5 p.m. on September 22. While the last date to pay the online application fee was September 23, 2022.
Age limit: The minimum age for the above positions was 18 years and the maximum age was 40 years as of January 1, 2023.
Educational Qualification: Those applying must be graduates of a university established by law in India or take an equivalent examination from a government-recognized university. They must also have basic knowledge of computers.
Eligible candidates are selected in the following stages, which include written examination or computer typing test, document verification and medical examination.
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