RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment 2019; Process for Application Form Correction Begins
The Correction in the Application Form for the RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment has begins and candidates can edit in their application form till November 04.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission Job Notification: The Correction in the Application Form for the RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment has begins and candidates can edit in their application form till November 04. It is to be noted that RPSC has allowed candidates 10 days time since the last date for registration for correcting the online application form. The last date for the online application for the recruitment process was 25 October 2019.
It is to be noted that Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) had invited applications for the 156 posts of Junior Legal Officer. The eligible candidates can apply to the post through the prescribed format on or before 25 October 2019.
Candidates should note that if he finds any error in the application form filled for the RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment 2019, they can correct it by the deadline which was fixed by the commission within 10 days from the last day of the online application. Candidates can avail the facility to edit details in RPSC JLO 2019 application form which is available online at rpsc.rajasthan.gov.in.
However candidates should note that they will have to pay ee of Rs 300 for the same. Candidates can visit to the official website for details of the edit process in their application form under RPSC Junior Legal Officer Recruitment 2019.
Candidates should note that they can correct in their application form online according to the rules and regulations laid by the board which are mentioned in the notification. However candidates can also visit on the official website in this regard.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission has invited application for the 156 posts of Junior Legal Officer against Advertisement No 05/Exam/JLO/EP I/2019-20, Dated 19 September 2019.
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