Allahabad High Court Bharti 2020, Allahabad High Court Recruitment 2020 (AHC Recruitment 2020) invites online applications for various jobs every year. If you are interested in this Allahabad High Court Recruitment, then you can apply all the online forms before the date given in this vacancy notification.
The Allahabad High Court has invited applications from Graduate Pass candidates for the posts of Review Officer and Computer Assistant vacancy. The information related to this Allahabad High Court Bharti 2020 job, selection process, exam pattern, the syllabus is as follows.
Allahabad High Court Recruitment 2020
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Allahabad High Court Vacancy 2020
Allahabad High Court recruitment eligibility, how to apply, salary, and other rules are given below.
|Name of post||Number of Vacancies||Payscale (salary)|
|Law Clerk (Trainee)||102 posts||15000 / – (Per Month)|
educational qualification: Three years Professional / Five Year Integrated Degree (LLB Pass Candidate) in Law from any law college or recognized university.
|Age Range :||(As on 01.07.2020) 21 to 26 years|
|the nationality :||Indian|
|Job Location:||Uttar Pradesh|
Selection Process: Interested candidates will have to go through the selection process which includes an interview.
Application fee: For all the candidates, the application fee paid of 300 / – has been prepared in favor of the judicial in the Registrar General, High Court Allahabad through bank draft.
How to apply for AHC Bharti 2020:
Interested candidates can also send hard copies of the online application, age/birth date proof along with a verified copy of the certificate, and also duly verified copy of the certificate with two self-addressed envelopes (size 5 “x10”) each with postage stamps. But Rs 40 / – can be sent by speed post.
|Important dates for AHC vacancy:|
|Starting date for online application:||20 July 2020|
|Last date for submission of online application:||08 August 2020|
Note: Age relaxation Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Other Backward Classes, handicapped, and women will be exempted as per government rules.