High Court Clerk Recruitment 2023: Recruitment will be done on a total of 173 posts of clerk in Punjab and Haryana High Court. To apply for these posts, visit the website highcourtchd.gov.in.
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Punjab and Haryana High Court Recruitment 2023: This is a good opportunity for the youths who are looking for government jobs. Notification has been issued for recruitment to the post of Clerk in Punjab and Haryana High Court. According to the released notification, recruitment will be done on a total of 157 posts. The application process for these posts has started. Please tell that only online applications will be taken for these posts. To apply in this, candidates have to visit Chandigarh High Court official website highcourtchd.gov.in.
The application process for this vacancy issued by the Punjab and Haryana High Court is going on from 24 February 2023. Candidates have been given time till March 17, 2023 to apply in this. Follow the steps given below to apply for this vacancy.
Chandigarh HC Recruitment apply like this
- To apply, first go to the official website highcourtchd.gov.in.
- Click on the link of Current Job on the home page of the website.
- After this, one has to go to the link of Clerk in Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh.
- First you have to complete the registration process on the next page.
- After registration you can fill the application form.
- After applying, take the print and keep it.
Punjab and Haryana High Court Recruitment 2023 Apply Direct Here.
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To apply for this vacancy issued by the Punjab and Haryana High Court, it is necessary to deposit the fees. General category candidates applying for this vacancy have to deposit Rs 500 as fee. Whereas, the fee for SC-ST and OBC is Rs 250. Fees can be paid online.
How will the selection happen?
According to the notification issued by the Punjab and Haryana High Court, the candidates for these posts will be selected on the basis of written examination. There will be 200 objective type questions (MCQs) in this exam for 200 marks. All details regarding the selection process will be uploaded on the website. See notification for more details.
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