Bombay High Court Recruitment 2019
Bombay High Court Recruitment 2019 – Apply Online for 182 Clerk Vacancies: The Registry of the High Court, Bombay has granted permission to recruit 182 suitable candidates for the posts of Clerks. Online applications are invited online from aspirants who fulfill eligibility criteria from 3rd June 2019. However, application forms to fill up these job vacancies in Mumbai High Court must be submitted before 17th June 2019.
However, selected candidates for clerk posts in the High Court of Judicature at Bombay will get a pay of Rs. 520020200 + Grade Pay Rs.1900/ plus allowances as per the Rules. To know additional details about these recruitment process, please visit www.bombayhighcourt.nic.in. You can check educational qualification, age limit, selection criteria and other details below. However, in addition to the above eligibility criteria, the candidate must have adequate knowledge of Marathi language.
Bombay High Court Jobs 2019 – Job Highlights
|Name of the Board||Bombay High Court (Mumbai High Court)|
|Name of the Post||Clerk|
|Number of Vacancies||182|
|Job Category||Maharashtra Government Jobs|
|Starting Date to Apply||3rd June 2019|
|Last Date to Apply||17th June 2019|
|Job Location||Maharashtra, Mumbai|
Bombay High Court Vacancy details
|Name of the Post||No. of Vacancies|
Eligibility Criteria for Mumbai High Court Jobs 2019
All applicants of Bombay High Court Notification 2019 must fulfill the list of eligibility conditions provided below. On successfully satisfying the below-provided eligibility conditions, start your online Application process.
- Passed Graduation from a recognized University in any faculty.
- Preference will, however, be given to Law Graduates.
- Must have passed Government Commercial Certificate Examination, or examination conducted by Government Board
- (OR) I. T. I. for English Typing with speed of 40 w. p. m Must possess Computer Certificate about proficiency in operation of word processors in Windows and Linux in addition to M.S.
Office, M.S. Word, Wordstar7 and Open Office Org. obtained from any of the following Institutes
- Minimum Age: 18 Years
- Maximum Age: 38 Years for GEN candidates
- Maximum Age: 43 Years for SC/ST/OBC or SBC candidates
- As per the Rules
- Screening Test
- Viva Voce/Interview
- Rs.25/- as Registration Fee through
‘SBI Collect‘ – an online payment gateway facility, only.
After the publication of list on the official website of the Bombay High Court, only shortlisted candidates shall pay a sum of Rs.200/- towards examination fees, by Online mode only. The fees shall not be refunded in any case.
- Rs.5,200/- to Rs.20,200/- per month + Grade Pay of Rs.1,900/- + Allowances
How to apply for Bombay High Court Recruitment 2019 Clerk
All candidates can start filling the online application form by following below steps:
Step 1: Visit the Official Website
- Firstly, visit Official website i.e. https://bombayhighcourt.nic.in
- Before commencing the application process, a candidate must have his/her latest passport size photograph and signature duly scanned in separate files in the .jpg/.jpeg format in such a manner that size of each file should not exceed 40 KB and shall attach the same at the appropriate places shown in the online application form.
Step 2: How to fill Online application form 2019
- Start filling the application form with necessary details
- Upload details of marks obtained
- Make sure you will in all the asked details
Step 3: Uploading Signature and Photograph
- After you enter all the necessary details, upload scanned copies of necessary documents
Step 4: Application Fee Payment
- Registration Fee of Rs.25/- through ‘SBI Collect’ – an online payment gateway facility, only.
Step 5: Final Submission
- Finally, submit the same by pressing “I Agree” button
Important Dates for Bombay High Court Job Vacancies 2019:
|Official Advertisement Date||3rd June 2019|
|Start Date to Apply||3rd June 2019|
|Last Date to apply||17th June 2019|
Important Links for High Court of Bombay Clerk Vacancy 2019
|Official Notification pdf||Download Here|
|Apply Online Link||Click Here|
|Bombay High Court Clerk Syllabus||Click Here|
|Bombay High Court Previous Papers||Click Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|
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|Notification 2019||Job Details||Last Date|
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|High Court Recruitment||406 – Group D, PA & Residential Assistants||[15-06-2019]|
|MOIL Recruitment||41 – Executive, Mine Mate & Others||[15-06-2019]|
|MAHADES Recruitment||50 – Chief Minister Fellowship Program||[14-06-2019]|
|Ordnance Factory Chargeman Recruitment 2019||1749 – Chargeman (Non-Gazetted Group ‘B)||[12-06-2019]|
About Bombay High Court (Mumbai High Court):
The High Court of Bombay, which is the Superior Court of Colleges and one of the highest courts in the country. He has appellate jurisdiction over the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli. In addition to its headquarters in Mumbai, it has banks in Aurangabad, Nagpur, Panaji (Goa). It can be said that the legal history of Bombay began in 1661 when it became a British possession. The city and the island of Bombay received by the British under the dowry of the Portuguese princess Catalina de Braganza, sister of Alfonso VI, monarch of the Portuguese era when she married King Charles II.
The distant ascendancy of the Supreme Court, while interesting, is not very inspiring until we arrive at the Court of the Clerk created by the Charter of 1798. We stick to the British period because our Supreme Court has no conceivable link today. and these tribunals Of the law as it existed in Portugal, and even in the Muslim era, the judicial history of Bombay begins with the Charter of 1668 which accompanies the transfer of Bombay from the Crown to the East India Company. In 1670, the administration of justice was in the hands of the judges who sat at the customs of Bombay and Mahim. The 1670 system was very basic and had several disadvantages and the judicial system was too much like the executive government of the island.