Punjab Public Service Commission

Punjab Public Service Commission jobs for Civil Judge in Chandigarh (Punjab).

  • No.17
  • Civil Judge (Junior Division) cum Judicial Magistraterecruiting 75 job vacancies in Punjab Public Service Commission
  • Qualification :
    • Candidate must possess as on 08.05.2019 a Degree of Bachelor of Law of any University incorporated by Law in India or a Degree of Bachelor of Law of Punjab University (undivided),The Dacca University, The Trohuwan University, Nepal. The Sind University or of the Rangoon or Mandalay University in Burma, or should be a Barrister of England or Ireland or member of the Faculty of Advocates of Scotland. The expression “Degree of. Bachelor of Laws” means a degree entrtling a candidate to be enrolled as an advocate under the Advocate Act, 1961 and the rules made thereunder. Punjabi of Matric or its equivalent Standard
  • No of Vacancy :75
  • Age :21-37 Yrs as on 8.5.2019.
  • Pay Scale :27700-44770
  • Selection Process :
    • Candidates will be selected on the basis of their performace in…
    • Preliminary Examination
    • Main Examination
    • Viva Voce.

  • How to apply
    • Closing Date For Apply Online : 08th May, 2019.
    • Last Date For Payment of Application Fee : 15th May, 2019.
    • Last Date of receipt of Hard Copy of duly filled Online Application Form alongwith relevant documents : 23rd May, 2019.



  • About Punjab PSC
    • The Joint Public Service Commission, the precursor of the Punjab Public Service Commission, with its writ running from the Khyber Pass to the Jamuna near Delhi, was born at Lahore on May 1,1937.
    • In the wake of the Partition, the Punjab Public Service Commission resurged in February, 1948, at Shimla with its revised jurisdiction extending over the then province of East Punjab.
    • Following the merger of the States of Punjab and Pepsu, it shifted to Patiala on Nov. 1st, 1956. On 1st Nov1 966, its territorial jurisdiction again decreased due to the formation of the States of Haryana and Himachal Pradesh.

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