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HPSC Haryana – H.C.S (Judicial Branch) Examination – 2014

HPSC Haryana – H.C.S (Judicial Branch) Examination – 2014
The Haryana Public Service Commission invites online applications from eligible candidates for 119 posts (These vacancies are included newly created, existing and anticipated vacancies) of Civil Judge (Junior Division) in the Haryana Civil Service (Judicial Branch) Examination – 2014.

Closing date for filling of online application form : 18.10.2014
Closing date for deposit of cost of application form including examination fee in all branches of State Bank of India or State Bank of Patiala : 22.10.2014
Essential Qualifications: No person shall be eligible to be appointed a Civil Judge (Junior Division) unless he holds a degree of Bachelor of Laws from a University established by the law and approved/recognized by the Bar Council of India. The expression “Degree of Bechalor of Laws” means a degree entitling a candidate to be enrolled as an Advocate under the Advocate Act, 1961, and the rules made there under.
Competitive Examination: The selection of suitable candidates for appointment in HCS (Jud. Branch) will be made by holding an examination. The examination shall be conducted in three stages namely:-
(i) Preliminary Examination,
(ii) Main Examination,
(iii) Viva-Voce.
The Schedule of Examination, result of Preliminary Examination and other announcement relating to this exam will be displayed on the Punjab & Haryana High Court website i.e. www.highcourtchd.gov.in or website of the Commission i.e. http://hpsc.gov.in or www.hpsconline.in & will also be published in the Newspapers of Chandigarh & Delhi.
Details of the syllabus for Main Examination and other conditions are contained in the information for candidates which is available on the Commission’s website i.e. http://hpsc.gov.in.
To View Detailed and Exact Advt. Visit Following Webpage:-
http://www.hpsc.gov.in/Advertisement/Advt%20HCS%20(JB)%20Pre%20Exam%20-%202014.pdf

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