Process of Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018
This is another Sarkari Sakori for the candidates of Assam for the Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018.
Online applications are invited from Indian Citizens who fulfill the following essential qualifications and other eligibility conditions as on 1.3.2018 for preparation of separate panels for filling up 65 vacancies for the post of Junior Court Attendant and 13 vacancies for the post of Chamber Attendant(R).
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018 বিস্তৃত বিবৰণ:
Name of the Post (পদৰ নাম): 1. Junior Court Attendant 2. Chamber Attendant(R)
Vacancy Position (খালি সংখা): 65 posts + 13 posts. The number of vacancies is tentative and subject to change i.e. increase or decrease; due to administrative reasons.
Monthly Pay (দৰমহাৰ নিৰিখ): Level 3 of Pay Matrix with initial Basic Pay of Rs- 21700/— plus usual allowances as admissible under the Rules. The approximate Gross Salary as per existing rate of allowances including’HRA — Rs. 33315/— p.m.
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018 Eligibility Conditions:
Reservation for Supreme Court of India Recruitment:
The reservation in direct recruitment for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Physically Challenged and Ex—Servicemen shall be in accordance with the Rules, Orders and Notifications issued from time to time by Government of India in respect of posts carrying the pay scale corresponding to the pay scale prescribed for the posts of Junior Court Attendant and Chamber Attendant(R), subject to such modification, variation or exception as the Chief Justice may, from time to time, specify. Reservation for dependents of Freedom Fighters shall be in accordance with the orders issued by the Chief Justice of India.
Supreme Court Recruitment 2018 Age Limit (বয়সৰ সীমা):
Candidates should not be below 18 years and above 27 years of age as on 1.3.2018.
Usual relaxation in age will be admissible to SC/ ST/ OBC/Physically Challenged / Ex—Servicemen/ Widow/ Divorcee Women / Judicially separated Women and are not re—married and dependents of Freedom Fighters as per Government Rules.
There will be no age limit for employees of Supreme Court. However, the candidate must have completed 3 years regular service in this Registry.
No relaxation in age will be allowed to the candidates working in other Government departments etc.
Supreme Court Recruitment 2018 Educational Qualification (শিক্ষাগত অৰ্হতা):
Xth standard examination conducted by any Board/ Institution recognised by the Government.
Preference will be given to Multi Skilled Trained persons having knowledge and experience of driving motor vehicle (having valid commercial driving licence to drive LMV/HMV)/cooking/ electrician/carpentry jobs for the post of Junior Court Attendant and experience of housekeeping work, watch & ward, security and Caretaking work for the post of Chamber Attendant(R).
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018 Official Advertisement: Download the advertisement of from this link.
Supreme Court Recruitment 2018 বাবে কিদৰে আবেদন কৰিব:
Eiigible candidates are required to apply oniine for which the link is provided through Supreme Court Website i.e. www.sci.gov.in.
Candidates desirous of applying for both the posts of Junior Court Attendant and Chamber Attendant(R) shaii submit separate applications forms.
The candidates applying for Supreme Court of India Recruitment should ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for admission to the examination.
Their admission for Written Test will be purely provisional subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions by way of furnishing documentary promc in support thereof.
If on veriﬁcation at any time before or after the Written Test, it is found that the candidate does not fulfill any of the eligibility conditions,his/her candidature for the examination shall stand cancelled without any notice or further reference.
How to Fill the Supreme Court of India Recruitment Application Form:
The Physically Challenged candidates will be extended the same concessions/ facilities as are allowed by SSC/UPSC in Written Test conducted by them.
Candidate is required to scan his/her photograph having 5 cm height and 3.8 cm width (size upto 50 kb) in JPG format and signature having 2.5 cm height and 5 cm widthr(size upto 50 kb) in JPG format for uploading the same at relevant space on the online application form.
The candidate is required to fill up the required data in the application and make online fee payment in accordance with the instructions displayed on the’ link provided for the purpose.
After successful completion of online application form, candidates will beable to preview his/her duly submitted application. Candidates are advised to get a printout of the filled up appiication of his/her record. Printout of filled up application need not be sent to the Registry.
The candidate should retain his/her Supreme Court of India Recruitment Application number carefully for generation of admit card from the link to be provided on the website of Supreme court of India and for any other information regarding Written Test.
Other Important Tips for Supreme Court Recruitment 2018:
In case candidate submits ‘more than one application form, he/she must note that application which is submitted in last will only be entertained by the Registry. No correspondence requesting to accept previous application(s) will be entertained by the Registry.
Supreme Court of India Recruitment Candidates must note that fee once paid wiil not be refunded in any circumstances even in case where fees for more than one application form has been paid by a candidate.
The candidature of GeneraI/OBC candidate paying application fee as prescribed for reserved category will not be taken into consideration.
Supreme Court Recruitment 2018 Official Link to Apply (অনলাইন আবেদন):
The Supreme Court Website is www.sci.gov.in . The application will be accepted through online registration only.
Supreme Court of India Recruitment Last Date to Apply:
The application will be accepted through online registration only which is likely to start from 00.00 hrs on 21.3.2018. The last date for receipt of application is 24.00 hrs on 15.4.2018.
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018 Application Fee (আবেদনৰ মাচুল):
Candidates will be required to pay Application Fee of Rs. 300/- (Rs 150/- for SC /ST/ Physicaliy Challenged/ Ex—Servicemen/ Dependent of Freedom Fighters) plus bank charges through online mode only. Fee shall not be accepted in any other form. No postal application shalE be accepted. The fee shall be paid online through payment gateway provided by UCO Bank.
Supreme Court Recruitment 2018 Selection Process (বাচনি প্ৰকৃয়া):
Selection shall be on the basis of Written Test based on Objective Type Question paper in bilingual (English and Hindi), as per details given below. The duration of Written Test will be 11/2 hours.
There will be separate Written tests for the posts of Junior Court Attendant and Chamber Attendant(R).
The Written Test will be conducted at Test Centres in Delhi, Mumbai,Bengaluru and Kolkata. The applicants are required to indicate their choice of Test Centre at which they wish to appear.
The candidates will be shortlisted for appearing in the Written Test on the basis of their qualifications, speciaiized knowiedge and experience in the field of Driving/Cooking/Electrician/ Carpentry, House—keeping work, watch & ward, security and caretaking work etc.
Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018 Admit Card:
No Admit Card for Written Test will be sent by post. The candidates are to download Admit Card for Test from Supreme Court Website.
The Result shall be displayed on the website of the Supreme Court of India on the date to be notified in the future.
The candidates who get shortlisted on the basis of their performance in the Written Test will be required to appear in a skill test in the field of Driving/Cooking/Electrician/ Carpentry etc., to adjudge their proficiency in such a particular ﬁeld, as the case may be. The Skiil Test will be only qualifying in nature.
Final selection list of Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2018 shall be prepared on the basis of marks secured by the candidates in Written Test. The candidates may note that mere pfacement in panel does not confer any right on the candidates to claim appointment for the posts of Junior Court Attendant/Chamber Attendant(R).