Allahabad High Court Law Clerk Recruitment 2021

Allahabad High Court Recruitment

Allahabad High Court is inviting applications from eligible candidates for the post of Law Clerks (Trainee).

Allahabad became the seat of Government of North-Western Provinces and a High Court was established in eighteen thirty four but was shifted to Agra within a year. In eighteen sixty eight it shifted back to Allahabad. The former High Court was located at the Accountant General's office at the University of Allahabad complex.

For more info about Allahabad High Court Law Clerk Recruitment like as post name, age limit, pay band, postal address, qualification, selection process, fee details, how to apply, important dates etc are given below. Jobs Application Form

Post Name ->> Law Clerks (Trainee)

Education Qualification ->> Candidates should have completed three Years Professional/ Five Years Integrated Degree in Law from any Law College or recognized University. Candidates who scored more than 55% marks in their LL. B examination are only eligible to apply for the post of Law Clerks (Trainee). Candidates must also have Computer knowledge, i.e., Data Entry, Word Processing and Computer Operations.

Age Limit ->> Minimum 21 & maximum age is 26 years.

Salary ->> Selected candidates will get Rs. 12500/- per month.

Application Fee ->> Candidates need to pay Rs 300/- to be paid through bank draft drawn in favour of Registrar General, High Court of Judicature at Allahabad.

Selection Process ->> Selection of the candidates will be done on the basis of their performance in Interview.

How to Apply ->> Interested applicants who are going to apply for Allahabad High Court Law Clerk Recruitment they need to download application form through official website of Allahabad High Court that is & send it along with all the documents in support of age, qualification, and experience with two self addressed envelope (size 5''x10'') each bearing postage stamps worth Rs. 40/- at given below postal address.

Postal Address ->>
“Registrar General,
High Court of Judicature


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