Bombay High Court 2024 Result Updated

Bombay High Court 2024 Result Updated

The Bombay high court 2024 Updated is the most esteemed judicial body in India and has recently conducted
a recruitment examination for various key positions including junior clerk, stenographer, peon
across different district courts. The examination was conducted between 05 February 2024 to
14 February 2024. The Bombay recruitment authority also aims to fill a total 4629 positions
through their selection process.

The examination process is based on the rules and guidelines given by the High Court
Authorities or the concerned recruitment Authorities.

The Bombay high court has released the notification on their official website. Candidates can
find all the details regarding their results on the result page.

Name of the Recruiter:- Bombay High Court
Total Vacancies Name:- Junior Clerk, Stenographer, peon/Hamal
Total Number of Vacancies:- 4629
Exam Date:- 5th, 7th, 8th, 12th, 14th February 2024
Result:- To be Announced
Official Website:-

The examination process is structured with online application form submission, issuing the admit
card, written test, interview process and document verification.

The registration process was done between 4th December 2023 and 18th December 2023.

Bombay High Court 2024 Exam Process

1. The Bombay High Court conducts their examination process in a very good manner.
They have two different examinations such as judicial services examination and law
entrance examination.

2. The judicial service examination is for aspiring lawyers who want to join the judicial
services and these examinations are conducted to check candidates’ knowledge of law
and legal procedures and abilities.

3. The Bombay High Court may also be responsible for overseeing law entrance
examinations conducted by universities bodies that are under their jurisdiction.

4. The examination is done online for recruitment and entrance tests. They have different
processes for stenographers such as the candidates need to go for a screening test first
while on the other side junior clerks and peon are required to give an OMR based test.

5. The test is designed with multiple choice questions for both English language students
and Marathi language students.

6. The test are organized very securely, effectively and efficiently for a large number of

7. The Bombay High Court ensures proper rules and regulations to be maintained with
transparency and integrity.

8. Written test answer sheets of the candidates then go for evaluation to identify the eligible
candidates for the next stage of the recruitment process.

9. They also maintain the high standards with competent candidates who are shortlisted.

10. After the completion of the examination process, the Bombay High Court declares their
result on the official website through designated channels.

11. Candidates who qualified in the written examination are referred to the next stage such
as interviews, documentation verification and training that depends on the nature of the

Bombay High Court 2024 Stenographer and Clerks cut off Marks List

The cut off marks are very important for the selection of the candidates who are applying for the
position of stenographer, junior check and peon. The marks represent the minimum score
required to qualify for the next stage.
The Overall cut off marks involve different factors such as number of positions available, difficult
level of exam and the performance of the candidates.
The scores are expected to be between 55% to 60% to reflect the competitive nature of the
exam and their standards.

How to Check the Bombay High Court 2024 Result

1. Candidates first need to visit the official website of Bombay High Court.
2. Go to the ‘Recruitment’ button shown on the homepage and then click on the button.
3. Inside the Recruitment section, search for the ‘Bombay High Court 2024 result for
Stenographer, junior clerk and peon.
4. Now go for a link to proceed to the result page.
5. After clicking on the page, you will be directed to the PDF document listing all the results.
6. Once you check your results, download the copy of it.
7. This document is very crucial for the next stage required for the future reference.

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About Bombay High Court 2024

The Bombay high court was made on 14th August 1862. It is one of the oldest high court in
India. The Bombay high court is authorized with 15 judges but was firstly started with 7 judges.
The charter of the Bombay high court made it supreme and final court for appeal in all cases
including civil and criminal cases. The decisions made by Bombay high court carry significant
weight and consequences.

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