The Madhya Pradesh High Court is the High Court of the state of Madhya Pradesh which is located in Jabalpur. It was established as the Nagpur High Court on 2 January 1936 by Letters Patent dated 2 January 1936, issued under Section 108 the Government of India Act, 1935.
High Court of Madhya Pradesh is opening job posts of Law Clerk-cum-Research Assistant.
Number of Vacancies
Principal Seat Jabalpur: 18 (eighteen)
Bench Indore: 10 (ten)
Bench Gwalior: 02 (two)
The candidate must be a law graduate (as on the date of appearing at interview) having a bachelor’s degree in law (including Integrated Degree Course in Law) from any School/College/University/Institute established by law in India and recognized by the Bar Council of India for enrolment as an Advocate.
The candidate must have basic knowledge of computer M.S. Office/Open Office/Ubuntu including retrieval of desired information from various search engines/processes such as Manupatra, SCC Online, LexisNexis and Westlaw etc.
Online application form submitted along with the examination fee on or before the last date for receipt of applications and found to be in order in all respects will proceed further.
The applicants who are found eligible for the assignment of Law Clerk shall be required to undergo a Test (Online Examination) to be held at Jabalpur, Indore and Gwalior, as the case may be.
The Test shall be for a duration of two hours with one objective type question paper consisting of 150 questions with multiple choice answers. Each question shall carry one mark. There shall be negative marking for an incorrect answer and 0.25 marks shall be deducted for each incorrect answer.
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