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Job Post: Personal Assistants @ Patna High Court

By LawStreet News Network      08 June, 2019 12:00 AM      0 Comments
Job Post: Personal Assistants @ Patna High Court

Online applications are invited for appointment to 131 Vacancies of Personal Assistant at the Patna High Court.


The candidate must have a Bachelors degree in any faculty or its equivalent from a recognised university. Preference may be given to Law Graduates.

Unless the candidate is an Honours Graduate in English or a Post Graduate in English, s/he must have obtained 50% marks in English at the Intermediate Examination.

Candidates shall possess a certificate of English Shorthand (min speed 80 words/minute) and English Typing (min speed 40 words/minute) from an institution recognised / registered by or with the Government.

How to apply

To apply online, click here.

The last date to apply is June 11, 2019. 

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