High Court Recruitment 2018

Total No. Posts - 09 Posts 

Last Date 02 February

Job Details :
1) Post Name: Software Technician
No. of Vacancy: 09 Posts
Pay Scale: Rs. 28100-50100/-
Qualification: Candidates must have passed in first class by the recognized University in Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication/Computer Science/Telecommunication or First class MCA or M.Sc. in Computer Science/Electronics.
Age Limit: Minimum & Maximum age limit is 21 to 40 years for Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe or Category-I of other Backward Classes, 18 to 38 years for Category II-A or II-B or III-A or III–B of other Backward Classes & 18 to 35 years for All Others as on 02.02.2018

Nationality: Indian

Selection Process: Selection will be based on Written test & viva voce.

Application Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs. 750/- and Rs. 500/- for SC/ST/Category-I through SBI online payment gateway or Challan generated online.

How to Apply: Interested Candidate may apply Online through the website http://karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in from 18.01.2018 to 02.02.2018 thereafter website link will be disabled.

Important Dates to Remember:
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 18.01.2018
Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 02.02.2018
Last Date for Payment of Fee through Challan: 05.02.2018
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