RPSC has advertised the vacancy for the post of Junior Legal Officer. All interested and eligible candidates for the post of Junior Legal Officer 2019 can apply online. More details about the RPSC Junior Legal Officer are listed below. The Total number of vacancies under this recruitment is 156. Further division of the vacancies category wise / state wise for RPSC Junior Legal Officer 2019 are shared below.
Important details and information about RPSC Junior Legal Officer 2019 in Various Government Departments.
|Name of Post||Junior Legal Officer|
|Department||Various Government Departments|
|Number of Vacancies||156|
|Application Fee||Gen/Other State: 350/- & OBC/BC: 250/- & SC/ST: 150/-|
|Place of Posting||Rajasthan|
Important Dates for Junior Legal Officer are listed below. It includes Application form dates, exam date, result date etc.
|Release of Notification||2019-09-24||No Remark Available|
|Start of Online Application Form||2019-09-26||No Remark Available|
|End of Online Application Form||2019-10-25||No Remark Available|
|Last Date to pay Online Application Fee||2019-10-25||No Remark Available|
RPSC Junior Legal Officer Eligibility Criteria
Imortant requirements for RPSC Junior Legal Officer are shared below. It includes Educational Qualification as well as age criteria.
- Bachelor Degree in Law in Any Recognized University in India.
- Working Knowledge of Hindi & Knowledge of Rajasthani Culture.
- Minimum Age : 21 Years
- Maximum Age : 40 Years
- Age Relaxation Extra as per Rules
Seats (Category wise / State & District Wise)
Junior Legal Officer (JLO) Non TSP Area
Junior Legal Officer (JLO) TSP Area
RPSC Junior Legal Officer Exam Pattern
Each paper shall be of 3 hours duration. Pass marks shall be 40% in each paper. All papers except language paper unless specifically required shall be answered either in Hindi or in English, but no candidate shall be permitted to answer anyone paper partly in Hindi and partly in English unless specifically allowed to do so.
The standard of the language paper will be that of senior secondary level
- Constitution of India with special emphasis on Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and enforcement of rights through writs, Functioning of High Court and Supreme Court and Attorney General: 50
- Civil Procedure Code and Criminal, Procedure Code. Provisions required to be referred generally in Government Office will be given importance: 50
- Evidence Act, Limitation Act, Interpretation of Statutes, drafting and conveyancing: 50
- Language: Part-A General Hindi 25 & Part-B General English 25
Candidates who obtain such minimum qualifying marks in the written examination as may be fixed by the Commission in their discretion shall be summoned by them for an interview for a personality test, which shall carry 25 marks. The Commission may in its discretion award grace marks upto 1 in each paper and upto 3 in the aggregate. The Commission may fix minimum qualifying marks in the written examination for the scheduled caste and the scheduled tribe candidates lower than what is prescribed for other candidates. The marks so awarded shall be added to the marks obtained in the written test by each candidate.
Other Important Links
|Apply Online||Click here|
|Download Notification||Click Here|
|Official Website||Click Here|