We are here with a new job vacancy for 90 posts released on the Supreme Court of India website. The Supreme Court of India is looking for skilled people to work in the posts of Law Clerk or Research Associate. The applications for the Law Clerk posts will be submitted online and the link has been active since the 25th of January 2024. All the eligible contenders can deposit their forms for the Law Clerk seats before the 15th of February 2024.
Notification Summary: Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2024
|Name of Authority
|Supreme Court of India
|Apply Online Begin Date
|25th January 2024
|Law Clerk /Research Associate Posts
|Apply Online End Date
|15th February 2024
|Number of Posts
Entire Facts: Supreme Court of India Notification 2024
- Law Clerk/Research Associate- 90 Posts
The contenders who have attended the sanctioned university/ college/ school and passed the Law Degree are allowed to submit the forms for the Supreme Court of India Law Clerk posts.
The contenders will be invited to come for the MCQ-based paper first and then there will be a subjective paper followed by an interview round for the Law Clerk posts.
Rs 500 will be the application fee for the contenders who are going to apply for the Supreme Court of India Law Clerk seats.
The contenders with the ages of more than 20 years and less than 32 years are permitted to submit the forms for the Supreme Court of India Law Clerk posts.
The monthly package of the contenders for the Law Clerk posts in the Supreme Court of India will be Rupees 80000.
How to Apply For Supreme Court of India Notification
- The contenders should open the above-given link for the Law Clerk post online form.
- Put the correct details in the Law Clerk application.
- Move next to upload the docs and then submit the fees for the Law Clerk posts.
- Quest: How to apply for the Law Clerk post in the Supreme Court of India?
- Ans: The contenders can deposit the forms for the Law Clerk posts before the 15th of February 2024.
- Quest: How many seats are given for the Law Clerk posts at the Supreme Court of India?
- Ans: 90.