eCourts Recruitment 2018

Total No. Posts - 37 Posts

Last Date 12 February

e-Courts Job Details :
1) Post Name: Senior Bailiff
No. of Vacancy: 15 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 19500 – ­62000/- (Per Month)
Qualification: Candidate must have Passed SSLC Exam.
Age Limit: Minimum and Maximum age limit is 18 to 30 years as on 01.01.2018

2) Post Name: Office Assistant
No. of Vacancy: 21 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 15700­ – 50000/- (Per Month)
Qualification: Candidate must have Passed Class 8th.
Age Limit: Minimum and Maximum age limit is 18 to 30 years as on 01.01.2018

Job Location: Vellore (Tamil Nadu)

e-Courts Selection Process: Selection will be based on Written/ Competitive test/ Personal Interview.

Application Fee: There is no Application fee.

How to Apply e- Courts Vacancy: Interested candidates may apply in Prescribed application form along with self-attested copies of all the testimonials, certificate, passport size photo & a self-addressed postal cover should be enclosed with the affixed postal stamp for Rs. 25/- send by Registered Post to the office The Principal District Judge, Principal District Court, Vellore­ 632 009 on or before 12.02.2018.

Important Dates to Remember:
Last Date for Submission of Application form: 12.02.2018
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