RAJASTHAN HC TRANSLATOR RECRUITMENT 2020 :


Rajasthan High Court has recently invited for the online application form for the post of RHC Jodhpur and Jaipur translator. Candidates who are interested in the following recruitment can read the complete details before applying online. Instructions lbr Limit-in online application form will be uploaded well in lime. Candidates are advised to fill the online application form carefully through the instructions and to visit the official website of Rajasthan High Court regularly. 

Rajasthan High Court Jodhpur (RHC Jodhpur) has published a recruitment notification. The notification is for the recruitment of Translator. Here you will get complete information about RHC Jodhpur Translator Recruitment Online Application Form 2020. Here you will get complete information about RHC Jodhpur Translator application process, important dates, application fee, age limit, qualification, number of vacancies, pay scale and important links. . If you have any doubt about the RHC Jodhpur Translator Recruitment Online Application Form process, you can ask us through the comment form given below.

Rajasthan District Court Translator Details :

Name of the Organization Rajasthan High Court RHC
Name of the Post Translator
Number of Vacancies 15
Starting Date 10th Feb 2020
Last Date  for receipt of Online applications 5th March 2020
Application Mode Apply Online
Job Category High Court Jobs
Job Location Jodhpur
Selection Procedure Examination & Interview

Important Links to Apply online :

Apply Online
Link Activate 10/02/2020
Download Notification
Click Here
Official Website
Click Here

Important Dates :

  • Application Begin :10/02/2020
  • Last Date for Apply Online : 05/03/2020 upto 05 PM Only.
  • Last Date Pay Exam Fee : 06/03/2020
  • Exam Date : Notified Soon
  • Admit Card Available : Notified Soon

Educational qualification :

All candidates must have Master Degree with English Subject to apply online at Rajasthan District Court Translator Online Form 2020.

Age Limit Details :

  • Minimum Age : 18 Years
  • Maximum Age : 40 Years

Rajasthan District Court Translator Vacancy Details 2020 :

Post Name

Gen.

OBC

EWS

SC

ST

Total

Translator

08

03

01

02

01

15

Application Fee Details :

  • General / OBC / EWS : 500/-
  • SC / ST /: 350/-
  • All candidates can Pay the Exam Fees Through Cash at Rajasthan E Mitra OR Pay Through Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking Fee Mode Only.

How to Apply Online :

  • Rajasthan High Court RHC, Jodhpur Translator Recruitment 2020. Candidate Can Apply Between 10/02/2020 to 05/03/2020.
  • Applicants Read the Notification Before Apply the Recruitment Application Form in RHC Translator 2020.
  • Kindly Check and College the All Document – Eligibility, ID Proof, Address Details, Basic Details.
  • Kindly Ready Scan Document Related to Admission Entrance Form – Photo, Sign, ID Proof, Etc.
  • Before Submit the Application Form Must Check the Preview and All Column Carefully.
  • Take A Print Out of Final Submitted Form.

About The Rajasthan High Court : 

The Rajasthan High Court is the High Court of the state of Rajasthan. It was established on 29 August 1949 under the Rajasthan High Court Ordinance, 1949.The court seat is in Jodhpur. The court has the sanction of 50 judges. View of Rajasthan High Court, Sardar Museum in Umaid Park and Jodhpur Fort in 1960 on the upper right. Prior to the unification of Rajasthan, five high courts were functioning in various units of the states – Jodhpur, Jaipur and Bikaner, former Rajasthan and the High Courts of the Matsya Union. The Rajasthan High Court Ordinance, 1949 abolished these various courts and provided a single High Court for the entire state. The High Court of Rajasthan was established in Jaipur in 1949, and was inaugurated on 29 August 1949 by Rajpramukh, Maharaja Sawai Man Singh, later it was recommended by the Satyanarayana Rao Committee in Jodhpur after full unification of Rajasthan in 1956. Was transferred to.

The first Chief Justice was Kamala Kant Verma. A bench was constituted in Jaipur on 31 January 1977 under sub-section (2) of section 51 of the States Reorganization Act, 1956, which was dissolved in 1958. Currently the sanctioned strength of judges is 50 and the actual strength is 34.

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