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Supreme Court recruitment 2018: New vacancies announced for Court Assistant - Click here for details / to apply

Supreme Court recruitment 2018: New vacancies announced for Court Assistant - Click here for details / to apply

Supreme Court recruitment 2018: The Supreme Court of India has announced vacancies for the post of Court Assistant at sci.nic.in. Candidates who are interested and eligible must note that they can now apply through the offline mode and send their applications. The application must reach, Registrar (Admn.I), Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110201 before February 20, 2018. “Candidates who fulfill eligibility conditions as on  1.1.2018 should apply giving full particulars (Bio-data) as per proforma enclosed supported by copies of all the relevant certificates and documents and a passport size photograph to be affixed on the application, all duly attested by a Gazetted Officer,” as per the job notification. Applications not found as per prescribed proforma and not supported by duly attested documents or the attested photograph will not be entertained.

Supreme Court recruitment 2018: Here are the details of the vacancies:-
Name of the Post: Court Assistant (Technical Assistant-cum-Programmer).
Method of recruitment: By direct recruitment
Pay Band: Pay Level 7 of Pay Matrix with initial basic pay of Rs. 44900.

Age Limit: The candidate should be below 30  years. Usual relaxation in age will be admissible to SC/ST/OBC/PH/Ex-servicemen candidates as per Government Rules. There will be no upper age limit for the eligible employees working in the Registry of Supreme Court of India. The relaxation in upper age limit will not be applicable to the candidates who are working in other Government Department/Public Sector Undertakings.

Educational Qualification:
Bachelor of Engineering/Bachelor of Technology in Computer Science/Information Technology from a recognised University or equivalent and 3 years experience in the field of computerisation. OR Master’s Degree in Computer Application/M.Sc in Computer Science from a recognised University or equivalent and 3 years experience in the field of computerisation. OR B.Sc. in Computer Science/BCA with First Class or atleast 60% marks in aggregate from a recognised. University or equivalent and 4 years experience in the field of computerization. Degree in Law from a recognised University will be preferred and considered as an additional qualification

Supreme Court recruitment 2018: Selection process- Four stages:-

1. Written (Objective Type) Test comprising of questions relating to General English, General Awareness, Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude.
2. Objective Type Technical Aptitude Test.
3. Practical Aptitude Test.
4.    Interview.

Supreme Court recruitment 2018: Here is how to make application:-

Candidates who fulfill the prescribed qualifications, experience and other eligibility conditions as on  1.1.2018 should apply giving full particulars (Bio-data) as per proforma enclosed supported by copies of all the relevant certificates and documents and a passport size photograph to be affixed on the application, all duly attested by a Gazetted Officer. Candidates who are already working in Government service should send their application through proper channel. Applications not found as per prescribed proforma and not supported by duly attested documents or attested photograph will not be entertained. Candidates who do not fulfill the prescribed qualifications and other eligibility conditions need not apply.

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