Madras High Court has released Madras High Court Residential Assistant Recruitment 2019 Notification. Notification is out for a total of 180 posts. Interested candidates can check the details given below and apply online based on the eligibility criteria before 12th June 2019.
Name of the Post: Residential Assistant
Post Date: 15/05/2019
No. of Vacancies: 180
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Important dates to Remember:
|Starting date for form submission||15/05/2019|
|Last date for form submission through Mail||12/06/2019|
|Last date for form submission through Post||14/06/2019|
Vacancy details of Madras High Court Residential Assistant Recruitment 2019:
|Name of post||Vacancy|
- Rs.15,700/- to Rs.50,000/- per month
- Minimum age: 18 Years
- Maximum age:
- Reserved category: 35 Years
- Others: 30 Years
- In-Service Candidates: 45 Years
Educational Qualification and Experience:
- Candidate must have passed 8th standard or its equivalent.
- Written test
- Practical & Oral test
|BC/ BMC/ MBC & DC/ Others||500/-|
|SC(A)/ ST/ SC/PWD/ Widows||Nil|
Mode of Payment: Online
How to Apply for Madras High Court Residential Assistant Recruitment 2019:
- Eligible Candidates may apply On-line, through the official website www.mhc.tn.gov.in
- Before Applying Candidates should ensure to have a valid mobile number and email ID.
- Fill up all the required information in the application carefully as per the instruction and SAVE it and upload required documents like Scanned Photograph & Signature in the stipulated size & format.After filling-up all the required fields of the On-line Application, verified the application and click ‘CONFIRM’.
- Download the acknowledgement slip for future reference.
About High Court of Madras:
The High Court of Judicature at Madras, one of the three High Courts in India established at the Presidency Towns by Letters Patent granted by Her Majesty Queen Victoria, bearing date 26th June 1862, is the highest Court in the State of Tamil Nadu, exercising Original Jurisdiction over the City of Madras and Appellate Jurisdiction over the entire State as well as extra-ordinary Original Jurisdiction, Civil and Criminal, under the Letters Patent and Special Original Jurisdiction for the issue of writs under the Constitution of India.