There are following Govt job opening for Law Graduates.
|Rajasthan PSC Recruitment 2019||156 Junior Legal Officer||Law Degree||25-10-19|
|Bombay High Court at Goa Recruitment 2019||06 Civil Judge, Junior Division & Judicial Magistrate||Law Degree||09-10-19|
|Assam PSC Recruitment 2019||09 Lecturer, Law Assistant & Other||MFA/ Law Degree||17-10-19|
|Bombay High Court Recruitment 2019||51 Law Clerk||Post Graduation/ LLB||01-10-19|
|South Eastern Railway (SER) Recruitment 2019||10 Chief Law Assistant||Law Degree||11-10-19|
|Tamil Nadu PSC Recruitment 2019||176 Civil Judge||Law Degree||09-10-19|
|District Magistrate Shamli Recruitment 2019||08 Advocate & Lawyer||-||27-09-19|
|Patna High Court Recruitment 2019||Law Assistant||Law Degree/ LLB||25-09-19|
|NMDC Limited Recruitment 2019||01 Advisor||LLB||2-09-19|
|Odisha PSC Recruitment 2019||05 Assistant Law Officer||Law Degree||24-10-19|
|Gujarat High Court Recruitment 2019||68 Civil Judge||Law Degree||30-09-19|
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We will list here all the latest opening Government Jobs for advocates in India. The candidates should bookmark this page who are interested to do job in Government sectors as an advocate.
Obtaining a degree in law opens wide variety of opportunities. Every work in every industry requires a specific law to ensure that there is smooth flow of action. Even the government follows a set of law that has been penned down. Hence, there is no dearth of opportunities for those who are pursuing law courses. Government jobs are considered to be the best option for those who are seeking safety of employment and growth. The recent recession has increased the competition among advocates who are now willing to shift to the government sector. Continue to read ahead in order to understand the positions that one can take up in the government sector.
To be eligible for a job, an individual must posses a law degree (LL.B). This is the basic requirement and fulfills the education qualification for many government posts that are released from time to time. The total duration of the LL.B is 5 years and is usually joined immediately after completing class XII. The duration of the LL.B degree is 3 years if joined after graduation. Most of the Indian universities that fall directly under the government conduct a common entrance test that tests the eligibility of a student to enter the world of law. Autonomous institutes and private colleges have their own admission test. It is necessary to clear the examination to pursue graduate course in law. A student should possess passion, patience, interest and intelligence to complete the course successfully. According to a recent survey conducted by private surveyor, a law graduate lands in a job after 9 months from the date of completion of the course.
It is necessary to start up the career as solicitor which is seen as the first step for a law graduate in a government sector. The position also enables them to get acquainted with the real world and the situations which might be different from the case studies as described in the books. This basically acts as the foundation to the career and will help the graduate learn various actions and the reactions that can be implemented according a situation.
District session’s lawyer, zonal lawyer, advocate, senior advocate, district sessions judge, high court judge, supreme court judge are few of the postings in government sector. Apart from these positions, a graduate can find postings in real estate sector, public sector units such as power corporations, transport department, recruiting department, oil and gas sector, sports department, external affairs, educational department and various other central and state government organizations. Notifications are released from time to time depending on the availability of posts in different sectors. The notifications contain the details regarding the responsibilities that one must perform, the educational qualification, age limit, pay scale and reservations (if any for weaker sections).
Pay scale for a post is pre-defined. The grade improves according to the experience gained in the employment, performance and age. The pay scale is defined according to the company rules and differs from one another. The details about the pay scale, the growth in the position and additional benefits are usually provided in the notification released for a job post. Additional information can be obtained by visiting the official website of the company to understand the growth in the position and the remuneration.
Law graduates or advocates hold a respectable position in the society. Every individual is either directly or indirectly connected to the provincial high court. The position held by an advocate depends on the experience, the area of expertise and employment in a reputed company.
Thus, there is a great demand for qualified law graduates in the government sector in different positions across different platforms. One can even be recruited in various universities as assistant professors, associate professors and professors. All the legal issues related to government are overlooked by the respective advocate. Their constant participation has ensured that law and order is maintained at all times.
So stay tuned with us to get latest information on various open vacancies for advocates, lawyers, after LLB and master in laws in several Government departments.