Just after the India became a Sovereign Democratic Republic it was clear that new heights of the success will be soon achieved. After 2 days this so much important day a very high authority came to existence which is still performing their work with the dedication and enthusiasm that was observed on the day of its formation. On the date of 28th Jan 1950 Supreme Court of India was established and since the time of inception it is being making sure that all the rules and regulations are being constituted to serve the community.
Here is the list of latest Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2017 Projects. You can find here all the latest jobs vacancies announced by Supreme Court of India along with complete information. The page is all about to announce Supreme Court of India Jobs, Vacancies, exams and recruitment projects. There are only 57 Vacancies open in Supreme Court of India as follows:
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2017: 57 Junior Court Assistant Vacancies – Last Date: 10-3-2017
Post Name: Junior Court Assistant
Age Limit: 18-27 years
Pay Scale: Rs.9300-34800/- with Grade Pay of Rs.4200/- per month
Qualification: Bachelor Degree with knowledge of Computer operation
Selection Procedure: Selection will be based on Written Exam, Objective Type Computer knowledge Test and Interview
Application Fee: Rs.300/- for General Candidates and Rs.150/- for SC/ST Candidates
Application Procedure: Apply online through official website: http://www.sci.nic.in
Starting Date: 11th Feb 2017
Deadline: 10th March 2017
Official Website: www.sci.nic.in
Supreme Court of India Editor Recruitment 2016-17: 1 Vacancy (Closed)
- Age Limit: 28 years
- Qualification: Degree in Law of Statutory University in India recognized by the Bar Council of India or any State Bar Council for enrolmeent as an Advocate
- Selection Process: Computer Test, Written Test and Interview
- Application Procedure: Apply offline by post
- Deadline: 16th Nov 2015
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2016-2017 for the post of Senior Court and Court Assistant (Closed)
Supreme Court of India had provided the scheme of making the staffing of the applicants. The announced procedure is variable in the nature for the post of Senior Court and Court Assistant and complete allotted detail under both the posts is provided below:
- Senior Court Assistant (Senior Translator)
- Court Assistant (Junior Translator)
Age limit: The eligibility norm of the age which is referred for the applicants is the 18 years to 27 years. Supreme Court of India had provided that the necessary age must get attained in the aptitude on the date of 20th Jan 2015.
Educational Criterion Set:
- Senior Court Assistant (Senior Translator) – Applicants are liable with the education as master’s degree along with the diploma or certificate course needed in the translation from Hindi to English.
- Court Assistant (Junior Translator) – The necessity of the education which is linked is the graduation with the subjects of Hindi or English.
Fees Schedule: The registration fee to get paid is provided as Rs. 200 for the general and Rs. 100 for the reserved category applicants. This fee is completely non refundable and must be paid in the favor of registrar, Supreme Court of India that is payable at Delhi.
Scheme to submit an application: Out of all the announced detail applicants that fit completely must pursue the registration scheme. Applicants are accountable to use the prescribed application form and then post it with the necessary certificates.
Important Date: 20th Jan 2015: Terminating date stated for the complete greeting of the application at the office premises.
References: The link which is essential is provided below by the Supreme Court of India to get the entire information and general conditions:
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2016-2017 for the post of Chief Librarian (Closed)
Supreme Court of India had recently announced to make the recruitment under the post of Chief Librarian for which the points that are to be considered are being mentioned below:
Age limit: It is a very important requirement that applicants must have the all the required traits in their aptitude so that could justifiably perform the task that will be assigned. To have the work performed efficiently age of the applicants as stated by the Supreme Court of India on the date of 1st April 2014 have to be 50 years.
Educational Criterion Set: Any of the service or duty is being fulfilled with the full efficiency if have the suitable educational qualification in the personality and possession. To perform the duties suitable in the court under the mentioned post the educational qualification which is being demanded by the Supreme Court of India is the Master’s degree in the library science or degree in the concerned field. The next educational qualification which has to be under the aptitude is the diploma in the computer applications in the library work. The experience is also required from the applicants under the respective work for minimum of 5 years.
Selection Method: Before to make the final selection every of the skill or expertise have to be judged on the part of the applicants. To complete the process under the mentioned post the proficiency in the field initially will be checked via the computer test. Applicants that will be selected from the test will be checked on their communication skills with the personal interview process.
Scheme to submit an application: Supreme Court of India had mentioned for the eligible and interested applicants the process of the registration will be needed to be followed. As mentioned, applicants will send the application along with all the mandatory certificates.
Important Date: 10th May 2014 is the closing date to send the applications at the administrative center.
References: Supreme Court of India had mentioned the web portal below with which the complete information will be under the acknowledgment of the applicants.
Here is the reference link:
- It is also important to note by the applicants that while commencing for the selection tests no TA (Traveling Allowance) or DA (Daily Allowance) will be permissible to the applicants so any of the application to the the allowances must not be presented.