Madhya Pradesh High Court (MPHC) has released the recruitment notification for filling up of 708 vacancies of Class-IV Posts. The eligible and interested candidates now can apply for High Court Class-IV (Collector rate) vacancies of Driver, Peon/Watchman, Water-man, and Gardener/Sweeper in various District & Sessions Courts of Madhya Pradesh, from November 09, 2021, onwards. The last date to apply for these posts is November 24, 2021.
In order to apply online for MP High Court vacancies, 2021 candidates have to log in at mphc.gov.in. Thereafter, have to access the Recruitment/Result button from the homepage. Once a new login page will open, they have to click on "Online Application Forms/Admit Cards". Before proceedings, candidates have to read the detailed advertisement. Upon clicking on the "Registration" link candidates need to provide a mobile number and email id. That will result in generating a User ID and Password. Using these credentials, all the candidates have to fill in the required details and complete the application form.
To complete the application form, candidates are required to make a payment of the application fee and thereafter take a printout of the form for future references. An application fee of Rs 216 is payable by the applicants of the Unreserved category and applicants from other states. While for the Reserved category candidates of Madhya Pradesh the charges are Rs 116 through online payment mode.
To be eligible for the Driver post, the candidate should have passed Class 10th Examination from a recognized board and possess a valid Light Motor Vehicle license. While, for the Peon/Watchman, Water-man, and Gardener/Sweeper cadre posts, the candidates should possess Class 8th Exams 2021. Applicant's age should be between 18 to 40 years, as of January 01, 2021.
The selection of the candidates will be based on the Interview round. The interview will be held in the same district to which the candidate has applied. The interview schedule will be released in due course of time. It should be noted that there will be no written examination. The final merit list will be published on the official website of the Madhya Pradesh High Court i.e. mphc.gov.in.