The Supreme Court of India has released the notification for the recruitment of Junior court assistant in 2022. Online applications are invited from Indian citizens who fulfill the following essential qualifications and other eligibility condition as on 01.07.2022 for preparation of a panel for filling up 210 vacancies anticipated up to 31.12.2022 for the post of Junior Court Assistant (Group ‘B' Non-Gazetted) placed in Level 6 of Pay Matrix. Read along to know more about the supreme court junior court assistant vacancy.
Supreme court Junior Court Assistant vacancy 2022
A total of 210 vacancies have been released for the Supreme Court junior court assistant exam 2022. Interested and eligible candidate can apply from on the official website.
Supreme court Junior Court Assistant Notification 2022
The notification has been released on the official website of supreme court of india i.e. @https://main.sci.gov.in . Interested and eligible candidate can start filling the form for the post of Junior Court Assistant. The starting date for online registration of application is 18.06.2022 at 10.00 hrs and last date thereof is 10.07.2022 at 23.59 hours.
Supreme court Junior Court Assistant exam 2022: Overview
|Supreme court Junior Court Assistant exam 2022
|Supreme court of India
Rs. 500/- for General/OBC
Rs. 250/- for SC/ST/Ex-Servicemen/PH/Freedom Fighter
|Application form Filling start date
|Application form Filling Last Date
|10.07.2022 at 23.59 hours
|Total Number of Questions Asked
Supreme court Junior Court Assistant Selection Process:
Those candidates who qualify as per approved criteria/cut-off in the Written Test, Objective Type Computer Knowledge Test, Typing Speed Test
on Computer and Descriptive Test will be required to appear for an Interview before an Interview Board and qualify the Interview by securing minimum qualifying or more marks. After qualifying in prescribed test and Interview, the selected candidates will be empanelled in the order of merit for appointment as Junior Court Assistant. The candidates may note that mere placement in panel does not confer any right on the candidates to claim appointment for the post of Junior Court Assistant.