Drivers and Clerk Jobs Recruitment 2014 in Punjab and Haryana High Court Chandigarh

Punjab and High Courts is one court for Haryana and Punjab state it is located in Chandigarh. The applications are invited for the appointment of the Clerks Stenographers Steno-typists and the Drivers in the High Court of the Haryana and Punjab at Chandigarh. Recruitment Process will done by Central Recruitment Agency. Selected candidates will give their services Haryana State Legal Services Authority (HSLSA) at Chandigarh, District Legal Services Authorities(DLSA), Sub-Divisional Legal Services Committees(SDLSC) and Permanent Lok Adalats (Public Utility Services) {PLA(PUS)}.
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 The candidates can apply online till the 26 June 2014. The details of the posts and the educational qualifications are given below please read the whole post carefully

Details of the Posts in Punjab and Haryana High court

Name of the Posts                Number of Vacancies
1. Clerks                                        68
2. Stenographers                          29
3. Steno-typists                             09
4. Drivers                                      13

Educational Qualifications:
The candidates applying for these posts should have following educational qualification.

For Clerk Qualifications Critearea
i. Graduate from recognized university
ii. Diploma in the Computer Applications
For Steno-typists:
i. Graduation from recognized university
ii. one years of experience of Steno typists
For Drivers:
i. 10th passed from recognized board
ii. Valid Driving License Light plus Heavy

Mode of Selection for Clerk and othes jobs By Central Recruitment agency
  • The candidates will be selected on the basis of the Written Test, Typing Test and the Interview. The written test which will be of
  • 200 Hundred Marks will have two sections which are compulsory
  • The typing speed should be 30 words per minute
  • The Interview will be of 30 marks

Application Fee:
The application fee is 500 rupees for general candidates and 250 rupees for reserved category candidates

How to apply:
The candidates can apply online. The online process will be of two registration steps
After the first Registration the candidates will be given the Registration No. and Password
The second registration step will be final submission of details

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