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Rajasthan High Court Civil Judge Online Form 2018

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Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2017

(Rajasthan High Court)

Post Name – Civil Judge


Starting Date of Online Application- 23-11-2017

Last Date for Online Application- 21-12-2017

Last Date of Fee Payment- 21-12-2017


UR /OBC / SBC  Creamy Layer – Rs.850/-

Other State- Rs.850/-

SBC/OBC NCL of Rajasthan – Rs.550/-

SC/ST of Rajasthan- Rs.300/-

The fee can be paid through net banking/ credit card/ debit card or through E Mitra Kiosk or CSC.




(As on 01-01-2018)

The required age criteria  is given below:

Minimum – 23 years

Maximum-35 years

(Age Relaxation: Applicable as per rules)

Vacancy Details For Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2017

Post Name – Civil Judge

Number of Posts – 35 posts (UR- 18, SC-05, ST-06,OBC-06)

Pay Scale – Rs.27700-44770/- per month

Educational Qualification – The candidates must possess a Degree of Law from a recognized university.

How to Apply – Interested candidates may apply online through the official website of Rajasthan High Court from 23-11-2017 onwards. The last date for online application is 21-12-2017. Candidates must read the instruction before filling up the online form.

Mode of Selection – The candidates will be selected on the basis of preliminary examination and main examination.

For more details, check the official notification

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