High Court Rajasthan Jobs for Legal Researcher in Jodhpur
High Court Rajasthan
Rajasthan High Court recruiting 38 Vacancies for the post of Legal Researcher Title : Scheme for engaging Legal Researcher in Rajasthan High court. Qualification : A candidate must be a fresh law graduate or post graduate in law from Universities/ College/ Institutions e ablished by law in India. A candidate must have basic knowledge of computer. Disqualification: (i) A candidate must not be a practicing advocate nor engaged/appointed elsewhere, on honorarium/payment basis. (ii) A candidate must not have more than one wedded spouse, nor should be married to such a person, who already had a living spouse at that time. (iii) A candidate should not be involved in any criminal case, whether convicted or against whom criminal trial is pending. No. of Vacancies : 38 Honorarium : Rs.20000 per month Age : 33 Yrs as on 1st January Selection Process : Candidates will be selected on the basis of their perfromance in Test/Interview. Fee : Rs.100/- as examination fee through Demand Draft or Postal Order to be drawn in the name of Ragistrar General of Rajasthan High Court.
A cluster of Princely States with an oasis known as Ajmer-Merwara, a British India Territory, was given geographical expression as Rajputana. These Twenty and odd Rajputana States before 20th Century AD were dynastic and the Rulers also known as Princes were the fountain head of all Executive, Legislative and Judicial Authority in the States, In every state there were Jagirdars also and in some they were known as Kotri Thikanas. Except few benevolent rulers in some states the most of them represented the despots of princes and their orders. People had no hand in administration and there were no democratic institutions. People awaited day of their liberation from feudal clutches and peasants, workers and women, their emancipation. As soon as the country got freedom from British Imperialism, to make the history of these Princely States, the history of the past, the most dynamic and powerful Home Minister of India Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel started the process of integration of the States to form bigger units and this process in Rajputana started in March, 1948.