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Vikash Sharma

The Supreme Court of India has invited application from eligible candidates for recruitment to the post of Director (Library).

As per the official notification, the candidates will be recruited and entitled for pay in Level 13 of the Pay Matrix with initial basic pay of Rs.1,23,100 and other allowances as admissible under the rules.

The applications should reach the Branch Officer (Recruitment Cell), Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi -110001 latest by December 31, 2021.

Vacancy Details:


-A degree in Law of a University in India recognized by the Bar Council of India or by any State Bar Council for enrolment as an Advocate.

- Master’s Degree in Library Science of a recognized University.

- Diploma in Computer Application recognized by AICTE/DOEACC or equivalent or Library Automation Course conducted by National Institute of Science Communication and Information Resources.

- Knowledge of computer operation. It includes -

(i) Knowledge and experience of working with any standard “Library Automation Software” for Housekeeping activities in the library such as cataloguing, acquisition and circulation

(ii) Knowledge and experience of computerized search both of on-line and off-line databases including that of retrieval of desired information through various search engines/processes.

Specialized knowledge in: Conducting research work regarding legal matters, Documentation work,  Preparing of bibliography of cases,Examination and dissemination of legal articles published in various law journals.


-Minimum 4 years’ experience as Chief Librarian or in an equivalent post ( in Level 12 of Pay Matrix) in any prestigious library preferably a Law Library; OR

Minimum 7 years composite experience with at least 2 years’ experience as Chief Librarian or in an equivalent post (in Level 12 of Pay Matrix) and as Librarian (in Level 11 of the Pay Matrix) or in an equivalent post in any prestigious Library preferably a Law Library.

Age requirement: Candidates should not be less than 40 years of age as on 1.11.2021

For other details and instructions, visit the official Supreme Court website. Click here for the notification.

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