Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2020 – Apply Online for 1760 Jr Judicial Asst, Jr Asst, Clerk Vacancies

Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2020 – Apply Online for 1760 Jr Judicial Asst, Jr Asst, Clerk Vacancies

Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2020: Rajasthan High Court recruitment has invited the notification for 1760 posts of Clerk Gr-II,  Jr Judicial Assistannt, Jr Assistant. The procedure for Rajasthan High Court Online application has started from 30th March and will be available up to 27th April 2020, so those candidates who are interested in the vacancy and fulfill the eligibility criteria may apply for the post by applying online @www.nlcindia.com

Below in this article, you can find all the details about the recruitment, so first read it before moving to apply online.

Name of the Post: Rajasthan High Court Graduate Various Vacancies Online Form 2020

Post Date: 22-03-2020

Total Vacancy: 1760

Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2020

Rajasthan High Court

Advt No. 282/2020

Jr Judicial Asst, Junior Asst, Clerk Gr-II Vacancy 2020


Important Dates

  • Starting Date to Apply Online & Payment of Fee: 30-03-2020 from 01:00 PM
  • Last Date to Apply Online: 27-04-2020 up to 05:00 PM
  • Last Date for Payment of Fee: 28-04-2020
Application Fee
    • For General/ OBC/ BC/ EWS/ Other State Candidates: Rs. 500/-
    • For SC/ ST/ PWD Candidates Belong to Rajasthan: Rs. 350/- 
    • Payment Mode: Through Online

Age Limit

  • Upper Age Limit for General/ EWS: 40 Years
  • Upper Age Limit for OBC: 43 Years
  • Upper Age Limit for SC/ ST: 45 Years
  • Age relaxation is applicable as per rules
Vacancy Details
Sl No Post Name Qualification Total
1 Jr Assistant Degree, Computer Knowledge 367
2  Clerk Gr-II 1125
3  Jr Judicial Assistant 268


Exam Pattern for Rajasthan High Court Recruitment 2020

Now let's see what will be the exam pattern for the Rajasthan High Court.

The competitive examination shall be held to test the ability of the candidate in the following subjects and each subject will carry the number of marks shown as under:-


Written Test:

The Written Test of Rajasthan High Court shall consist of one paper of 300 marks comprising of:-

sl.no paper name Max Marks Min Marks Duration
For SC/ST & PH For GEN
1 HINDI 100 120 135 2 Hours

Each Part shall have 50 Multiple Choice questions bearing two marks for each question.

The written test will be conducted through OMR answer sheet.

There shall be no negative marking for wrong answers in the Written Test.

SYLLABUS For the written test of Rajasthan High Court shall be as under:


Please check the notification for full syllabus


  1. Improvement of sentences.
  2. Tenses/ Sequences of Tenses
  3. Voice: Active & Passive
  4. Narration: Direct and Indirect
  5. Transformation of sentences: Assertive to Negative, Interrogative, Exclamatory and vice-versa.
  6. Use of Articles, Determiners, and Prepositions.
  7. Correction of sentences including subject, verb, Agreement, Degree of Adjectives, Connectives and words wrongly used.
  8. Synonyms and Antonyms
  9. One word substitutions
  10. Prefixes and Suffixes
  11. Confusable Words
  12. Idioms & Phrases


  1. Current Affairs
  2. Geography and Natural Resources
  3. History and culture of Rajasthan.



The Computer Test(Speed and Efficiency Test) shall consist of two papers:-

Sl.No Paper Language Duration Max Marks Min Marks
For SC, ST & PH For GEN
1 Paper-I Speed Test Hindi 5 minutes 25 20 22.5
2 Paper-II Efficiency Test - 10 Minutes 50

The font for the computer Test shall be "Kruti Dev 010" for Hindi and "CALIBRI" for English.

Minimum Speed Should be 8000 key depressions per hour on the computer. Data will have to be fed in dual language, i.e. English and Hindi.

Efficiency tests may be taken on word processing software. It shall include formatting of Test, Paragraph, Page & Table using proper methods and formatting of letters.


  1. Merit list of successful candidates for selection shall be prepared on the basis of Total Aggregate Marks obtained in Written Test and Type-Writing Test on Computer (Speed & Efficiency Test).
  2. Those candidates who secure minimum 45% marks and 40% marks in case of SC/ST & Specially Abled person candidates in the written Test of Rajasthan High Court shall be eligible for appearing in the typewriting test on a computer, subject to the extent of 5 times of the number of vacancies but in the said range all those candidates who secure a percentage of marks shall be included.
  3. No candidates who fail to secure 50% in the aggregate with at least 40% marks in case of SC/T & Specially Abled persons and 45% marks in case od all other categories, in the test of Rajasthan High Court, at the competitive examination, shall be selected.
  4. The general suitability for service of the candidates securing equal total aggregate marks in the written test of Rajasthan High Court and typewriting Test of Rajasthan High Court on Computer shall be determined on the basis of having regard to age i.e. the candidates, an elder in age shall be given a higher place in merit.


Please check the notification below for more details.

About the Company:

The Rajasthan High Court is the High Court of the state of Rajasthan. It was established on 29 August 1949 under the Rajasthan High Court Ordinance, 1949. The seat of the court is at Jodhpur. The court has a sanctioned judge strength of 50. View of the Rajasthan High Court, Sardar Museum in Umaid Park and upper right is Jodhpur fort in 1960. There were five High Courts functioning in the various units of the States - at Jodhpur, Jaipur, and Bikaner, the High Courts of former Rajasthan and Matsya Union, before the unification of the Rajasthan. The Rajasthan High Court Ordinance, 1949 abolished these different jurisdictions and provided for a single High Court for the entire State. The High Court of Rajasthan was founded in 1949 at Jaipur and was inaugurated by the Rajpramukh, Maharaja Sawai Man Singh on 29 August 1949, later on after complete integration of Rajasthan in 1956 it was moved at Jodhpur with a recommendation of Satyanarayana Rao committee. The first Chief Justice was Kamala Kant Verma. A bench was formed at Jaipur on 31 January 1977 under sub-section (2) of Section 51 of the States Reorganisation Act, 1956 which was dissolved in 1958. Currently, the sanctioned strength of the judges is 50 and the actual strength is 34.

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