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High Court Recruitment – Upcoming Sarkari Job Opportunities
India has a sophisticated legal system, with the Written Constitution and each Indian State has its own hierarchy of civil and criminal Courts. The courts are very formal places and there is an expectation that you will behave in a respectful manner and follow the rules and procedures. The Supreme Court of India, highest court of appeal in India has played a significant role in interpreting the Constitution and in maintaining a just and fair balance between the rights of citizens and the requirements of the State. This page is exclusively for the new and upcoming recruitment in High Courts. We update here all the latest High Court recruitment on a daily basis.
Job seekers can apply online for High Court Recruitment for LDA, System Officer, Translator, Driver, Stenographer, Typist, Law Clerks, Private Secretary, Judicial Assistant, Research Assistants etc updated on daily basis through Sarkari Jobs. High Court Recruitment provides challenging Platform for Graduates, Post Graduates, Freshers and experienced candidates.
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Every year, the high court of each state conducts various examinations like Jharkhand High Court Judicial Services Examination, High Court of Punjab and Haryana Clerk Exam, Calcutta High Court Half-Yearly Departmental Examination, High Court of Madhya Pradesh Class-IV Examination and many other recruitment tests. After the completion of the degree, job seekers looking for LLB/ LLM Jobs, Diploma Jobs, Graduation Jobs can apply for the above examinations. However, Judges in High Court are appointed by the President of India with the consultation of Chief Justice of India and Governor of the respective state.
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Eligibility Criteria for High Courts Jobs – Educational Qualification
Candidates holding a law degree or other higher legal qualifications have ample job opportunities in the high court. Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Master of Laws (LLM), Senior Secondary Examination in any stream, Diploma holders or other Bachelor’s Degree candidates can get job notification on recent jobs in high court across India. We help both freshers and experienced graduates to get notifications on recent jobs.
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