OPSC Recruitment 2024: Apply for Civil Judge (Junior Division) – 34 Vacancies

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OPSC Recruitment 2024: Apply for Civil Judge (Junior Division) – 34 Vacancies

Invitation for Online Applications

Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC) is seeking applications from eligible candidates for 34 positions of Civil Judge (Junior Division). Interested individuals who fulfill the eligibility criteria are encouraged to apply online before 20th April 2024. Please provide all relevant personal and academic information as outlined below.

Vacancies & Eligibility Criteria:

  • Post: Civil Judge (Junior Division)
  • Vacancy: 34
  • Age: 23-35 years
  • Qualification: Graduate in Law
  • Pay: Rs 77,840 – 1,36,520

Note: Applicants are advised to refer to the official notification for detailed eligibility criteria.

Important Dates:

  • Application Submission: 20th March 2024 to 20th April 2024

Recruitment Procedure:

The selection process will consist of a preliminary exam, mains exam, and interview. The preliminary exam will be a single paper worth 100 marks with a duration of 90 minutes. Candidates shortlisted based on the preliminary exam marks will proceed to the mains exam, which comprises five papers, each carrying 150 marks and lasting for 150 minutes. Final selection will be based on performance in the mains exam and interview.

Fee Structure:

No application fee is required.

Application Process:

Candidates must apply online within the specified dates. Carefully fill in all required details in the online application form, including a valid email address and phone number. After submission, it is recommended to print a copy of the application for future reference.

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Feel free to reach out if you have any further queries regarding the application process.

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