Friday, March 30, 2018

Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018 - Stenographers (L.G.), Junior Clerks and Others

Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018
Bombay High Court has released notification for Central on-line Recruitment Process for the posts of Stenographers (L.G.), Junior Clerks and Peon/Hamal in various District Courts. Stenographer (L.G.) 1013, Junior Clerk 4738, Peon/Hamal 3170 = Total 8921.

Bombay High Court Stenographer Recruitment 2018:
Bombay High Court invites Online Applications from   eligible   candidates  who fulfill eligibility criteria on 28.03.2018, for preparing Select List/Wait List of the candidates for the post of Stenographer (L.G.) on the establishment of the District Court.   1% of the posts are reserved for   persons with disability, that is to say, 1% for those whose one leg is affected, as per High Court Notification No. Rule/X – 2319/71, dated 20th  November, 2009.

Bombay High Court Junior Clerk Recruitment 2018:
Bombay High Court also invites Online Applications from   eligible   candidates  who   fulfill eligibility criteria on 28.03.2018, for preparing Select List/Wait List of the candidates for the post of Junior Clerk on the establishment of the District Court. 2% of the posts are reserved for  persons with disability, that is to say, 1% for those with hearing impaired and 1% for those whose one leg is affected, as per High Court Notification No. Rule/X – 2319/71, dated 20th November, 2009.

Bombay High Court Peon Recruitment 2018:
Bombay High Court also invites Online Applications from eligible   candidates  who   fulfill eligibility criteria on 28.03.2018, for preparing Select List/Wait List of the candidates  for the post of Peon/Hamal on the establishment of the District Court. 2% of the posts are reserved for persons with disability, that is to say, 1% for those with hearing impaired and 1% for those whose one leg / one arm is affected, as per High Court Notification No. Rule/X–2319/71, dated 20th November, 2009.




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Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018 Timeline:
27.03.2018: Publication of advertisement in local newspaper by concerned District Courts.           
28.03.2018: Detailed advertisement on Bombay High Court website. Application will be received on­line from 8.00 a.m.
10.04.2018: Link of detailed advertisement will be disabled at 5.30 p.m.
16.04.2018: Publication of list of shortlisted eligible candidates on website.
21.04.2018 to 27.04.2018: Shortlisted candidate shall tender printout of Form to the concerned (excluding court holidays) District Court where candidate is shortlisted and obtained Hall Ticket.
06.05.2018: Screening Test of shortlisted candidates for the post Junior Clerks and Peons/Hamal.
10.05.2018: Result of Screening Test.
09.06.2018: Local Language Typing Test for the post of Junior Clerks.
14.06.2018: Result of Local Language Typing Test.
12.05.2018 & 13.05.2018: Test of Activeness and Cleanliness of candidates for the post of Peons/Hamal.
16.05.2018: Result of Activeness and Cleanliness Test.
17.06.2018: English Typing Test for the post of Junior Clerks.
21.06.2018: Result of English Typing Test.
10.06.2018: English  Dictation  Test  of  shortlisted  candidates  for  the  post  of   Stenographer (L.G.).
23.06.2018: Local Language Dictation Test of shortlisted candidates for the post of Stenographer (L.G.).
27.06.2018: Result of English Dictation Test and Local Language Dictation Test.
01/07/2018: Local Language Typing Test for the post of Stenographer (L.G.) after result immediately English Typing Test on the same day.
03/07/2018: Result of English Typing Test.
Between 09.07.2018 to  13.07.2018 (day to day):  Interview for the post of Stenographer (L.G.).
Within one week from the last day of interview(20.07.2018): Final lists of Stenographer (L.G.), shall be prepared and submitted to the High Court for approval.
Between 16.07.2018 to  30.07.2018 (day to day):  Interview for the posts of Junior Clerk and Peon/Hamal. 
Within one week from the last day of interview(07.08.2018): Final lists of Junior Clerk and Peon/Hamal shall be prepared and submitted to the High Court for approval.

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