High Court of Jammu & Kashmir online vacancy for Process Server, Sweeper ETC jobs 2015 High Court of Jammu & Kashmir recruitment for 100 Process Server, Sweeper ETC vacancy 2015 apply online on before 17 September 2015.

High Court of Jammu & Kashmir Vacancy / Recruitment details:

Name & No. of Vacancy - Process Server, Sweeper ETC - 100 Posts
Age Limit - 18-40 years
Qualification - 
Name of Posts
No.of Posts
Qualification & Expc.
Pay Scale
Process Server
66 Posts
12th or its equivalents
Grade Pay : Rs.1900/-
09 Posts
10th pass
Grade Pay : Rs.1300/-
Important Key Dates :-
  • Last Date for Submission of Application Form: 17 September 2015.
Selection Method / Recruitment Process - written examination/ Interview.

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