- Start Date of Online Application: March 30, 2020.
- Last Date of Online Application: April 27, 2020.
- Last Date for Fee Submission: April 28, 2020.
- For General / OBC / EWS/ MOBC – Rs. 500/-
- For SC / ST / PH – Rs. 350/-
Age Limit as on 01/01/2021
- Minimum age limit: 18 years.
- Maximum age limit: 40 years.
- Age relaxation as per applicable rule.
Minimum academic qualification:
- Must be a graduate of any University established by law in India or equivalent examination from any University recognized by the government for the purpose.
- Must have basic knowledge of computer.
- Junior Judicial Assistant – 268 Posts.
- Clerk Grade-II (Rajasthan State Judicial Academy) – 08 Posts.
- Junior Assistant (State Legal Service Authority) – 18 Posts.
- Clerk Grade-II (District Court – Non-Scheduled area) – 1056 Posts.
- Clerk Grade-II (District Court – Scheduled area) – 61 Posts.
- Junior Assistant (State Legal Service Authority – Non-Scheduled area) – 333 Posts.
- Junior Assistant (State Legal Service Authority – Scheduled area) – 16 Posts.
Interested candidates can read the full notification before apply online for the job.
About Rajasthan High Court:
A cluster of Princely States with an oasis known as Ajmer-Merwara, a British India Territory, was given geographical expression as Rajputana. These Twenty and the odd Rajputana States before 20th Century AD were dynastic and the Rulers were the fountainhead of all Executive, Legislative and Judicial Authority in the States. As soon as the country got freedom from British Imperialism, the process of integration of the princely States to form bigger units was initiated.
The State of Rajasthan was formed during the period March 17, 1948, and January 25, 1950, by the integration of 19 Princely States. The Union of Rajasthan was inaugurated at Jaipur by Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on March 30, 1949. At that time Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner, and Kota were the leading states with the more or less British style of Administrative setup. They had their own High Courts with a subordinate judicial system. Before the inauguration of the new State, a committee consisting of Shri B.R.Patel, the then Chief Secretary to the Government of PEPSU, Lt. Col. T.C.Puri, Director of Health Service and Shri S.P.Sinha, Superintending Engineer, CPWD, was constituted to resolve the issues relating to the location of the capital and the seat of the High Court. The committee submitted its report on March 27, 1949, with a recommendation that Jaipur should be made the capital of the new State and the High Court should be located at Jodhpur.