RPSC JLO Recruitment 2019.RPSC JLO Recruitment 2019 – Apply Online 156 Junior Legal Officer Vacancies.Applications are invited Online from eligible persons for filling up of RPSC JLO Recruitment 2019 – 156 Junior Legal Officer Vacancies(RPSC Jobs 2019). It is a great opportunity for all those who wish to see themselves working in Rajasthan Public Service Commission.
Interested and eligible Candidates can fill and submit the application form of RPSC JLO Recruitment 2019 – Apply Online 156 Junior Legal Officer Vacancies. The last date is to apply online applications for Junior Legal Officer Vacanciesis on 25th October 2019.
RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment 2019 Starting Online Registration Date
26th Sept 2019
RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment 2019 Online Registration – Last Date
25th Oct 2019
RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment 2019– Date For Downloading Admit Card
Date for Online Exam
RPSC JLORecruitment 2019 – 156 Vacancies
JLO – Non TSP Area
JLO – TSP Area
RPSC JLORecruitment– Selection Process
Scheme of Exam
Junior Legal Officer
Knowledge of Local Language
RPSC JLORecruitment 2019 – Qualification
Junior Legal Officer
Bachelor Degree in Law in Any Recognized University in India.
Knowledge of Hindi & Rajasthani Culture
RPSC JLO Recruitment 2019 – Exam Pattern
Paper-I Constitution of India with special emphasis on Fundamental Rights, Directive Principles and enforcement of rights through writs, Functioning of High Court and Supreme Court and attorney General.
Paper-II Civil Procedure Code and Criminal, Procedure Code. Provisions required to be referred generally in Government Office will be given importance.
Paper-III Evidence Act, Limitation Act, Interpretation of Statutes, drafting and conveyancing
Paper-IV Part-A Hindi, Part-B English
Hindi – 25 Marks
English – 25 Marks
Each Paper shall be of 3 hours duration
Pass marks shall be 40% in each paper.
All papers except language paper unless specifically required shall be answered either in Hindi or in English, but no candidate shall be permitted to answer anyone paper partly in Hindi and partly in English unless specifically allowed to do so.
The standard of the language paper will be that of senior secondary level.
Viva-Voice –Candidates who obtain such minimum qualifying marks in the written examination as may be fixed by the Commission in their discretion shall be summoned by them for an interview for a personality test, which shall carry 25 marks. The Commission may in its discretion award grace marks upto 1 in each paper and upto 3 in the aggregate. The Commission may fix minimum qualifying marks in the written examination for the scheduled caste and the scheduled tribe candidates lower than what is prescribed for other candidates. The marks so awarded shall be added to the marks obtained in the written test by each candidate.