The administration’s hands and feet have also grown, as the army will control the crowd of unemployed people, which are getting equal to the recruitment.
Unemployment of the youth in Madhya Pradesh(Province of India) is shaking the heads of judges this time. Actually, 60 thousand applications have been received for the post of Peon in the Gwalior District Court. The surprising thing is that the honorarium of the post is only seven and a half thousand rupees, but most candidates are engineers, MBAs and even PhD degrees.
Educational qualification has been kept near 8th
Seeing these applications, the district court administration is also sweating, because academic qualifications for peon has been kept 8th. That’s why everyone will have to face in front of the judge for screening and personal interview which is a big challenge.
Many states have made applications from youth
The administration’s hands and feet have also grown, as the army will control the crowd of unemployed people, which are getting equal to the recruitment. Even the neighboring states have applied for this.
– 1 crore 20 lakhs fees received from application form
– 80 percent candidates 12th, undergraduate and postgraduate
– Academic Qualification for Peon 8th Pass
14 judges will leave for 16 days without interview
To deal with such a large selection process, the District Court has constituted the 14 Judges Committee. Candidate screening will begin on January 28. During this, the candidate has to appear before the judge with the original document and photograph. After the screening of the merit, the second round will be called for an interview. The merit list will be prepared by adding the marks found in screening and interview, the job will be based on that. The entire process will last till 18 February. Screening of 2857 applicants will be done on an average of each judge. 204 average applicants will pass each day in front of a judge.