Home
Result





Free Job Alert on Email

Bombay High Court Peon Form 2018

Post Last Updates: Friday, April 13, 2018 @ 2:48 PM

 Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018

Post Name – Peon

IMPORTANT DATES

• Starting Date – 12-April-2018

• Last Date – 21-April-2018

• Admit Card – Will be updated soon

• Exam Date – Will be updated soon

APPLICATION FEE

No Application Fee for All Category

JOB LOCATION

Mumbai, Maharashtra


AGE LIMIT

Minimum – 18 years

Maximum – 38 years

Number of post- 72 Post

Vacancy Details for Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018

Post Name – Peon

Category wise Vacancy- As per rules (Check notification for details)

Pay Scale- Rs.4440-Rs.7880/-+Rs.1300/- grade pay per month

Educational Qualification- Class VIII (8th) passed from a recognized board in India.

How to Apply for Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018 – Interested candidates may submit the online application through the official website of Bombay High Court from 12-April-2018 to 21-April-2018.

(Check the Important link section for the online application link)

Mode of Selection for Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018- Written Exam

For more details, candidates must read the official notification released by Bombay High Court

Important Links

Apply Online (Registration)

Click Here

Print Application form

Click Here

Previous Year Paper

Click Here

Syllabus & Exam Pattern

Click Here

Download Notification

Click Here

Official website

Click Here

हिंदी में जानकारी के लिए

यहां क्लिक करें

Job Introduction : High Court of Judicature at Bombay has released a recruitment notification for the post of Peon in 72 empty position .Interested candidates can apply online for Bombay High Court Recruitment within 21-April-2018. Details of Bombay High Court Recruitment 2018 have been specified above.

About : Established in the year 1862, Bombay High Court is one of the oldest High Courts in India. It has jurisdiction over the State of Maharashtra and Goa and the UTs of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. Since India’s independence, 22 judges from this court have been elevated to the Supreme Court and 8 of them became the Chief Justice of India.

Advertisements



More Jobs For You