Madras High Court Recruitment 2024: Apply for 306 Technical Manpower/Interpreter Posts

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Madras High Court Recruitment 2024: Madras High Court announced notification for the Technical Manpower/Interpreter posts. There are 306 madras high court vacancies available at MHC Recruitment 2024. Candidates with Any Degree/B.E/B.Tech/B.Sc/BCA/MCA/M.E/M.Tech/M.Sc qualifications can apply for the Madras High Court Job Vacancy 2024. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online on or before the last date. The detailed eligibility and selection process are explained below. Interested candidates can also try Join Indian Navy Recruitment.

Madras High Court Job Vacancy 2024 Notification: 

Applications are invited from eligible candidates ONLY THROUGH ONLINE MODE (https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/esk_rec) for recruitment to the post of Technical Manpower for e-SEWA KENDRA in the district Judiciary as a contract staff. The age limit for this post will be 35 years. The selected candidates will be given Rs. 15,000/- per month. The selection process will be based on a Preliminary Interview & Final Interview. Interested and eligible candidates can apply online on or before 18 July 2024. 

Applications are invited from eligible candidates ONLY THROUGH ONLINE MODE (https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in) for direct recruitment to the posts of (i) Interpreter (Tamil And Telugu), (Ii) Interpreter (Hindi), (Iii) Interpreter (Kannada) And (Iv) Interpreter (Malayalam) in the Madras High Court Service. Details of the advertisement are available on the Madras High Court Website. The online application is available from 30 June 2024. The Last Date is 29 July 2024. The Madras High Court Recruitment Notification provides comprehensive information about the advertisement, including the number of Madras High Court vacancies, educational qualifications, and more. The selection of candidates against the above post depends upon the qualifications, experience and performance in the interview. Please continue reading for additional insights into the Madras High Court Recruitment 2024 Notification. For more details, you can visit the official website: https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/.

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Madras High Court:

The High Court of Tamil Nadu state is Known as the Madras High Court. Madras High Court is one of three high courts in India. It will function for Chennai Jurisdiction, the Tamil Nadu Jurisdiction, and the Puducherry Union Territory. The Madras High Court’s current head Justice is Vijaya Kamlesh Tahilramani. The court exercises civil, criminal, and writ cases with the help of 57 Judges, including the Head Judge. For more details, visit www.mhc.tn.gov.in recruitment.

Madras High Court Recruitment 2024:

Madras High Court Recruitment 2024 for Technical Manpower:

Company Name Madras High Court
Job Role Technical Manpower
Job Type TN Govt Jobs
Qualification B.E/B.Tech/B.Sc/BCA/MCA/M.E/M.Tech/M.Sc
Total Vacancies 298 Posts
Experience Freshers
Salary Rs. 15,000/-
Job Location Across Tamilnadu
Application Mode Online
Application Last Date 18 July 2024
Official Website https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/

Detailed Eligibility for MHC Recruitment 2024:

Educational Qualification – Madras High Court Vacancy:

Technical Manpower: Candidates must possess a B.Sc (Computer Science)/B.Sc (IT)/BCA/B.E (Computer Science)/B.Tech/MCA/M.Sc (Computer Science)/M.E (Computer Science)/M.Tech/M.Sc (IT).

Age Limit (As on 10 July 2024): Candidates’ Maximum age should not exceed 35 years, i.e., should be born on or after 09.07.1989

No.of. Madras High Court Vacancies: 298 Posts

District-wise Vacancies:

  • Ariyalur: 06 Posts
  • Chengalpattu: 09 Posts
  • Chennai: 17 Posts
  • Coimbatore: 14 Posts
  • Cuddalore: 11 Posts
  • Dharmapuri: 08 Posts
  • Dindigul: 10 Posts
  • Erode: 09 Posts
  • Kallakurichi: 04 Posts
  • Kancheepuram: 04 Posts
  • Kanniyakumari: 05 Posts
  • Karur: 06 Posts
  • Krishnagiri: 07 Posts
  • Madurai: 13 Posts
  • Mayiladuthurai: 03 Posts
  • Nagapattinam: 04 Posts
  • Namakkal: 07 Posts
  • Nilgiris: 07 Posts
  • Perambalur: 03 Posts
  • Pudukkottai: 15 Posts
  • Ramanathapuram: 06 Posts
  • Ranipet: 05 Posts
  • Salem: 10 Posts
  • Sivagangai: 11 Posts
  • Tenkasi: 04 Posts
  • Thanjavur: 09 Posts
  • Theni: 05 Posts
  • Thoothukudi: 06 Posts
  • Tiruchirappalli: 08 Posts
  • Tirunelveli: 07 Posts
  • Tirupathur: 02 Posts
  • Tiruppur: 12 Posts
  • Tiruvallur: 11 Posts
  • Tiruvannamalai: 09 Posts
  • Tiruvarur: 07 Posts
  • Vellore: 05 Posts
  • Villupuram: 08 Posts
  • Virudhunagar: 08 Posts
  • Puducherry: 03 Posts

Salary: Rs. 15,000/-

Selection Process of Madras High Court Recruitment 2024:

  • The selection of candidates will be based on a preliminary and final interview.
  • The Final selection of candidates will be based on combined marks secured by the candidates in the Preliminary and Final interviews.
  • The date of the Main Interview/Certificate Verification will be intimated to the eligible candidates only through the official website of the High Court, Madras.
  • Preliminary Interview: The candidates will be called for initial interviews in a ratio of 1:10 based on the marks they secured in SSLC, HSC/Diploma, U.G/P.G.
  • Final Interview: The candidates will be shortlisted for the Final Interview as per merit, based on the marks scored in the Preliminary Interview in the ratio of 1:3 or such number as may be decided by the Madras High Court.

Interview Centres: The Preliminary Interview will be conducted on the Campus of the Principal District Court of the District concerned or any other place as may be decided by the Madras High Court.

Note: Final Selection will be decided only after scrutinising and verifying original documents/testimonials.

How to apply for Madras High Court Recruitment 2024?

Interested and eligible candidates apply online for MHC Recruitment 2024 on or before 18 July 2024.

For More Details & To Apply: Click here.

Important Dates:

  • Date of Notification: 11 July 2024
  • Last date for submission of Online Applications: 18 July 2024

Madras High Court Recruitment 2024 for Interpreter:

Job Role Interpreter
Job Type TN Govt Jobs
Qualification Any Degree
Total Vacancies 8 Posts
Experience Freshers
Salary Rs.56,100 – 2,05,700/-
Job Location Across Tamilnadu
Application Last Date 29 July 2024
Official Website https://www.mhc.tn.gov.in/

Detailed Eligibility for MHC Recruitment 2024:

Educational Qualification – Madras High Court Vacancy:

Interpreter (Tamil and Telugu):

  • Any Bachelor’s Degree of a Recognized University in Indian Union in 10 + 2 + 3 pattern with English, Tamil or Telugu as Subjects.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Tamil to English and English to Tamil.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Telugu to English and English to Telugu.

Note: If selected, the candidates must pass the Translation Tests in Tamil to English and English to Tamil; Telugu to English and English to Telugu conducted by Tamil Nadu Public Service Commission within the period of Probation.

Interpreter (Hindi):

  • Any Bachelor’s Degree of a Recognized University in Indian Union in 10 + 2 + 3 pattern with English and Hindi as Subjects.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Hindi to English and English to Hindi.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Tamil to English and English to Tamil.

Note: If selected, the candidates must pass the Translation Tests in Hindi to English and English to Hindi; Tamil to English and English to Tamil within the period of Probation

Interpreter (Kannada):

  • Any Bachelor’s Degree of a Recognized University in Indian Union in 10 + 2 + 3 pattern with English and Kannada as Subjects.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Kannada to English and English to Kannada.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Tamil to English and English to Tamil.

Note: If selected, the candidates must pass the Translation Tests in Kannada to English and English to Kannada; Tamil to English and English to Tamil within the period of Probation.

Interpreter (Malayalam):

  • Any Bachelor’s Degree of a Recognized University in Indian Union in 10 + 2 + 3 pattern with English and Malayalam as Subjects.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Malayalam to English and English to Malayalam.
  • Must have fluency to read, write, speak and translate Tamil to English and English to Tamil.

Note: If selected, the candidates must pass the Translation Tests in Malayalam to English and English to Malayalam; Tamil to English and English to Tamil within the period of Probation.

Age Limit (As on 01 July 2024):

Category of Applicant Maximum Age (should not have completed) Candidates should not have been born on or before
For reserved categories i.e. SC / SC(A) / ST / MBC & DC / BC / BCM 37* years 01.07.1987
For Others/ Unreserved categories [i.e., Applicants not belonging to SC / SC(A) / ST / MBC & DC / BC and BCM] [Persons belonging to other States / Union Territories i.e. except the State of Tamil Nadu and the Union Territory of Puducherry, will be treated only as ‘Unreserved category candidates’] 32* years 01.07.1992
For In-Service candidates [“In Service candidate” means – Fulltime member or approved / unapproved probationer of the Madras High Court Service or Tamil Nadu Judicial Ministerial Service] 47* years 01.07.1977

Age Relaxation of Madras High Court Vacancy:

  • Persons with benchmark disability (i.e. The disability should not be less than 40%.) will be eligible for age concession upto ten years
  • For Ex-servicemen:  The maximum age limit is 55 Years** for those, who belong to SC, SC(A), ST, MBC/DC, BC and BCM
  • The maximum age limit is 50 years** for those who do not belong to SC, SC(A), ST, MBC/DC, BC and BCM
  • For others as per Govt Rules.

No.of. Madras High Court Vacancies: 8 Posts

  • Interpreter (Tamil and Telugu) – 05 Posts
  • Interpreter (Hindi) – 01 Post
  • Interpreter (Kannada) – 01 Post
  • Interpreter (Malayalam) – 01 Post

Salary: 

  • Interpreter (Tamil and Telugu) – Pay Level-22 Rs. 56,100 – Rs.2,05,700/-
  • Interpreter (Hindi) – Pay Level-22 Rs.56,100 – Rs.2,05,700/-
  • Interpreter (Kannada) – Pay Level-22 Rs.56,100 – Rs.2,05,700/-
  • Interpreter (Malayalam) – Pay Level-22 Rs.56,100 – Rs.2,05,700/-

Selection Process of Madras High Court Recruitment 2024:

  • The selection of candidates will be based on
    • Preliminary Examination (OMR Method) (100 Marks), (for qualifying to next level of Examination)
    • Main Examination (100 Marks)
    • Viva voce (25 Marks)

Preliminary Examination: (Maximum Marks: 100)

Subject Total No. of Questions Total Marks Minimum Qualifying Marks Duration
Part ‘A’

General Tamil General English (to PH candidates who opt for General English instead of General Tamil)

50 50 20 120 Minutes PART (2 hours)
Part ‘A’

Current Events, General Knowledge, Numerical and Mental Ability, Grammar, etc.,

50 50 20
TOTAL 100 100 40
  • Preliminary Examination will consist of two Parts, viz. Part- ‘A’ and Part – ‘B
  • The questions in Part – ‘A’ will be in Tamil Language
  • The questions in Part- ‘B’ will be in English Language only. Part – ‘B’ will be evaluated, only if the candidate secures minimum qualifying marks of 40% (i.e.) 20 Marks in Part – ‘A’.
  • Marks secured in Part – ‘B’ alone will be considered for shortlisting the candidates for Main Examination, based on the rule of reservation.

Main Examination (Degree Standard) (Maximum Marks: 100) (Minimum Qualifying Marks: 40)

Interpreter (Tamil and Telugu):-:

  • Main Examination will consist of two Parts, viz. Part- ‘A’ and Part – ‘B’.
  • The candidate should secure minimum qualifying marks of 6 each in Part – A i.e. a,b,c & d and 16 marks in Part – B cumulatively.
  • Duration – 180 minutes (3 hours)
Subject Total No. of Questions Total Marks
PART-A (60 marks): (a) Translation Test from Telugu to English. 15 6
(b) Translation Test from English to Telugu. 15 6
(c) Translation test from Tamil to English. 15 6
(d) Translation test from English to Tamil 15 6
PART-B (40 marks): (i) Letter Writing / Precis Writing 10 16
(ii) Elaboration 10
(iii) Essay Writing 20

Interpreter (Hindi):-

Subject Total No. of Questions Total Marks
PART-A (60 marks): (a) Translation Test from Hindi to English. 15 6
(b) Translation Test from English to Hindi. 15 6
(c) Translation test from Tamil to English. 15 6
(d) Translation test from English to Tamil. 15 6
PART-B (40 marks): (i) Letter Writing / Precis Writing 10 16
(ii) Elaboration 10
(iii) Essay Writing 20

Interpreter (Kannada):-

Subject Total No. of Questions Total Marks
PART-A (60 marks): (a) Translation Test from Kannada to English. 15 6
b) Translation Test from English to Kannada 15 6
(c) Translation test from Tamil to English. 15 6
(d) Translation test from English to Tamil. 15 6
PART-B (40 marks): (i) Letter Writing / Precis Writing 10 16
(ii) Elaboration 10
(iii) Essay Writing 20

Interpreter (Malayalam):-



Subject Total No. of Questions Total Marks
PART-A (60 marks): (a) Translation Test from Malayalam to English. 15 6
(b) Translation Test from English to Malayalam 15 6
(c) Translation test from Tamil to English. 15 6
(d) Translation test from English to Tamil. 15 6
PART-B (40 marks): (i) Letter Writing / Precis Writing 10 16
(ii) Elaboration 10
(iii) Essay Writing 20

Note:

  • The candidates shortlisted, based on the marks secured in the Preliminary Examination, will be called for Main Examination, in the ratio of 1: 5 or such number as may be decided by the Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court, Madras.
  • However, in each reservation group, all the candidates who secure the same mark will be called for Main Examination.
  • Therefore, mere securing the minimum qualifying marks in the Preliminary Examination will not confer any right on the candidate to get qualified for the Main Examination.

VIVA–VOCE (Maximum Marks: 25) (Minimum qualifying marks:10):

  • The candidates shortlisted, as per merit based on the marks secured in the Common Written Examination, will be called for Viva-voce, in the ratio of 1: 3 or such number as may be decided by the Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court. However, in each reservation group, all the candidates who secure the same mark will be called for Viva-voce.
  • Certificate verification will be done at the time of Viva-voce.
  • The date and venue will be intimated to the eligible candidates. The venue for Vivavoce will be held at Chennai or any other place as decided by the Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court, Madras

Preparation Of Selection List:

  • The final Selection list will be made on the basis of combined marks secured by the candidates in (a) Main Examination and (b) Viva-voce.
  • Final Selection shall be decided only after scrutiny and verification of original documents/testimonials produced

Note:



  • The Preliminary Examination, Main Examination and Viva-voce / Certificate Verification will be held at Chennai and/or any other place as may be decided by the Madras High Court
  • The dates of Preliminary Examination, Main Examination and Viva-voce / Certificate Verification will be intimated to the eligible candidates only through the official website of the Judicial Recruitment Cell

Application Fees:

  • BC / BCM/MBC & DC/Others/UR:  Rs.1000/- for each post
  • SC/SC (A)/ST candidates belonging to the State of Tamil Nadu/Union Territory of Puducherry/Differently Abled Persons and Destitute Widow of all communities – Total Exemption

Application Fees mode:

  • Application Fee should be paid through the Bank

How to apply for Madras High Court Recruitment 2024?

Interested and eligible candidates apply online for MHC Recruitment 2024 on or before 29 July 2024

For More Details: Click here.

To Apply: Click here.

Important Dates:

  • Date of Notification: 30.06.2024
  • Last date for submission of Online Applications: 29.07.2024
  • Last date for remittance of Fee through Bank: 30.07.2024

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