Gauhati High Court, Assam has published a notification for Gauhati High Court Recruitment 2021 of a total of 237 in LDA and Copyist of Assam Judicial Service.
So, The Candidates who are citizens of India having a Registration Number in employment exchange in the state of Assam and completed all eligibility criteria. They can Gauhati High Court Recruitment 2021 Online Application form before the last date.
Gauhati High Court Recruitment 2021 Short Details
|Name of the Department:||Gauhati High Court|
|Job Category:||Assam Government Job|
|Name of the Vacancy:||LDA and Copyist|
|Total No of Vacancy:||237 Post|
|Applications fees:||Refer Post|
|Mode of apply:||Online|
Gauhati High Court Recruitment 2021 Full Details
Name of Post: LDA and Copyist Posts
No of Posts: 237 Posts [Unreserved: 151 Posts, OBC/MOBC: 42 Posts, SC: 15 Posts, ST (H): 08 Posts & ST (P): 21 Posts]
Pay Scale: Rs.14,000 – Rs.60,500 plus Grade Pay of Rs.6,200 and other allowances as admissible under the rules.
Educational Qualification: The candidate must be a graduate in any stream from a UGC recognized university as on the last date of application submission.
Computer Proficiency: The candidate should have a certificate of computer knowledge of at least 3 (three) months duration.
Language Proficiency: The candidate should have knowledge of the official language of the state of Assam (Assamese).
Employment Exchange Certificate: The candidate must have the Employment Exchange Registration Number for the state of Assam.
Nationality: Candidate must be citizens of India as defined in Articles 5 to 8 of the Constitution of India.
Age Limit: Candidates age should not be less than 18 years and not more than 40 years as on the last date of application.
Age Relaxation: The upper age relaxation will be as follows-
- OBC/MOBC: 3 Years
- ST/SC: 5 Years
- PwD: 10 Years
Application Fee for Gauhati High Court Recruitment
Candidates will need to pay a specific amount of money as an application for the recruitment. the fee amount for other candidates is given below.
|SC/ST Candidates||Rs. 150/-|
|Others Candidates||Rs. 300/-|
How To Apply Gauhati High Court Recruitment
Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Official Notification then fill up the online application forms. candidates can follow given below steps to apply for applications
- Scroll down and check The Important Link‘s section.
- Click on Online Application Link.
- Enter your all asked information and upload your ask all documents.
- After that submit your application and keep computer generated application for future reference.
Important Dates for Gauhati High Court Recruitment
|Online application will be opened from||1st October 2021 from 12 PM|
|Last date for submission of the online application||31st October 2021 till 5 PM|
Important Links for Gauhati High Court Recruitment
Selection Process of GHC Recruitment
There will be two common examinations for both LDA and Copyist posts. The common examinations will be conducted in two phases. The complete details of both these written tests and oral exams are given below.
Stage 1: In this stage, Gauhati High Court will conduct the OMR based written test for both LDA and Copyist posts. To participate in Phase 2 candidates, have to qualify for this exam with good performance. The details of Step 1 will be as follows.
|General English||50 Marks|
|General Knowledge including Computer Knowledge||30 Marks|
|General Aptitude||20 Marks|
|Official Language||20 Marks|
|Grand Total||120 Marks|
Note: Official Language Test of 20 Marks will be qualifying in nature, qualifying marks shall be 40% of 20 i.e 8 Marks. Marks obtained in the Official Language segment will not be counted in preparing the merit list of written tests as well as the final select list.
Stage 2: In this stage, Gauhati High Court will shortlist the candidates on the basis of their performance in Stage 1 and will call them for the Stage 2 Viva-Voce Test. Phase 2 Viva-Voce exam will carry 15 marks and a merit list will be prepared after both Phase 1 and Phase 2 exams. On the basis of the grand total marks obtained by the candles in the Written Test and viva-voce, the final selection will be made district wise.
Note: In the case of candidates obtaining the same grand total marks, the candidate who obtains more mark in the written test will be given preference. where marks obtained by such candidates in the written test are also same, then the candidate who is senior in age will be given preference. The High cut off reserves the right to fix cut off mark, if any, for the written test. There shall be no negative marking.