Recruitment in Supreme Court of India, if you have a law degree then apply for this vacancy
Supreme Court Of India Jobs: There are vacancies in the Supreme Court of India, for which applications from eligible candidates have been invited. If you come from law background then you can apply for Clerk-cum-Research Associate posts.
The Kalamkar News, Supreme Court Of India Recruitment 2024: If you aspire to work in the Supreme Court of India, then this is a good opportunity for you.
Here, recruitment is to be done on Clerk-cum-Research Associate posts. The application process for this recruitment has been started from 24th January.
Interested candidates can fill their application form by visiting the official website main.sci.gov.in. Some important details related to recruitment have been shared here…
- The last date to apply online for Clerk-cum-Research Associate posts of Supreme Court of India is 15 February 2024.
- The written examination for this recruitment of Supreme Court of India will be organized on 10 March 2024.
- Whereas, the answer key will be released on March 11, on which candidates will be able to file objections till March 12.
- Vacancy Details
- A total of 90 posts of Clerk-cum-Research Associate will be appointed through recruitment drive in the Supreme Court of India.
This much will be the fee:
For the Clerk-cum-Research Associate posts of Supreme Court of India, Rs 500 will have to be paid as application fee. Along with this, bank charges will also be imposed.
Qualification required for application:
Candidates eligible and interested to apply for these posts should have Bachelor's degree in Law from a recognized institute. Along with this, his enrollment as an advocate should also be recognized by the Bar Council of India.
The age limit for the candidates applying for Clerk-cum-Research Associate posts of Supreme Court of India has been fixed between 18 to 32 years.
This is how the selection will be done:
Candidates will be selected for the Clerk-cum-Research Associate posts of the Supreme Court of India after passing several stages of examination.
First of all there will be a written exam, in which objective type questions will be asked. After this there will be a subjective paper. Will be called for interview in the final round. Final selection will be made of the candidates who qualify in all the rounds.