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Allahabad High Court HJS – III Recruitment 2019: Allahabad High Court has invited online applications for the post of Higher Judicial Service (HJS) part III 2019. Candidates who are interested and eligible for HJS can apply online before August 28.
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No of Vacancies: 61

Application start date: August 11

Last date to apply: August 28

Job Location: Allahabad

Age limit

Minimum Age: 35 years

Maximum Age: 45 years

Application fee

General/OBC/EWS: Rs 1,000 /-

SC/ ST/ PH: Rs 750 /-

(Candidate cay pay exam fee through online – Debit Card, Credit Card, Net banking or offline via E -Challan)

Pay Scale: Rs 51,550 – 63,070

Educational Qualification

Candidates should have a Bachelor’s degree in Law from a recognised college or university along with minimum 7 years of continuous advocate practice.

Candidates hailing from Uttar Pradesh need to send their application forms to senior registrar, Lucknow Bench, before August 27 via registered post.

Candidates from other states need to send their application form to the registrar, High Court Judicature of Allahabad, before August 27 via registered post

About Allahabad High court

Allahabad High Court was established in 1834, within the year it was shifted to Agra. In 1868 it shifted back to Allahabad. The former High Court was located at the Accountant General’s office at the University of Allahabad complex. It was founded as the High Court of Judicature for the north-western provinces at Agra on 17 March 1866 by the Indian High Courts Act 1861 replacing the old Sadr Diwani Adalat. Sir Walter Morgan, Barrister-at-Law and Mr Simpson were appointed the first Chief Justice and the first Registrar respectively of the High Court of North-Western Provinces.

On November 2, 1925, the Oudh Judicial Commissioner’s court was replaced by the Oudh Chief Court at Lucknow by the Oudh Civil Courts Act of 1925, enacted by the United Provinces Legislature with the previous sanction of the Governor-General the passing of this Act.

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