Kerala High Court Recruitment for 35 Personal Assistant Vacancies
Kerala High Court Recruitment for 35 Personal Assistant Vacancies:- High Court of Kerala has issued a latest notification for the recruitment of 35 posts. The post name is Personal Assistant (Grade II) to Judge.
If you want to make career at Kerala High Court Vacancy then you can apply online application from 25 August to 22 September 2017. It is golden opportunity for interested candidates, who are seeking government job in Kerala High Court Vacancy. Further other details are given below.
Post:- Personal Assistant
Eligibility:- Bachelor degree.
Last date:- 22 Sepember 2017.
Age limit:- Born Between 02.01.1981 and 01.01.1999.
Official Website:- hckrecruitment.nic.in.
Vacancy details of Kerala High Court Recruitment:-
Total Vacancy: – 35 posts.
Name of post:- Personal Assistant (Grade II) to Judge.
Eligibility: – Passed Bachelor degree in any subject awarded or recognised by any of the uUniversities in Kerala and K.G.T.E. (Higher) in Typewriting (English) and K.G.T.E. (Higher) in Shorthand (English) or equivalent qualification.
Salary: – Rs 27800 – 59400 per month.
Application fee:- Candidates can pay the fee of Rs 300 for General Candidates through online mode and No Fee for SC/ST.
Selection Process: – Their performance in Dictation Test and Interview.
Note: – If you have any quarry regarding selection process then you must see the notification and read carefully.
How to apply: – The candidates can apply online application through the website hckrecruitment.nic.in. from 25 August to 22 September 2017 for Step-I and 07 October 2017 for step-II.
Important dates to remember:-
- Date of Commencement of Step-I and Step-II – 25 August 2017.
- Last Date for Submission Of Step-I Process – 22 September 2017.
- Last For Remittance of Application fee – 28 September 2017.
- Date of Closure of Step-II Process – 07 October 2017.
About Kerala High Court.
High Court of Kerala came into being from 1st November 1956, with its seat at Ernakulam. Its roots go back to the Rulers of Travancore-Cochin, to Colonel Munro – the British Resident and Diwan in the Travancore State and the political agent in Cochin State- the architect of the well regulated judicial system in both these native states, to the High Court of Madras with its tradition of a hundred years and over, to the Travancore High Court, to the Cochin High Court and to the Travancore Cochin High Court.