Sunday, May 13, 2012

Stenographer,  Jobs & Vacancy in Others at  Calcutta High Court , Calcutta May 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited from the Indian citizens possessing knowledge in the vernacular of the State, for preparation of a panel for filling up of the existing and expected vacancies in the post of P.A./Stenographer, Grade-C.
No. of vacancies :-
Existing Vacancies – 17 (Gen.- 8, S.C.- 6, S.T.- 2, O.B.C.-1)
Expected Vacancies – 36 (Gen.- 24, S.C.- 7, S.T.-3, O.B.C.- 2)
Pay Band Scale : Rs.7100-37600/- (PB-3) with minimum pay `9030/- and Grade Pay `3600/-; along with Special Allowance `150/- and other allowances as admissible under the Rules.
Essential Qualifications :-
1) A pass in the Higher Secondary Examination from the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination from a recognised Council/Board/ University/Institution;
2) Speed in Shorthand and Typewriting @ 120 w.p.m. and 30 w.p.m. respectively;
3) At least a Certificate in Computer training from a recognised Institution and a satisfactory fingering speed in Computer operation.
Age : Not less than 18 years and not more than 32 years on the date of application (Upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of S.C. and S.T. candidates only).
Eligible candidates may submit neatly hand-written or typed applications on plain paper of legal size (8.5” X 14”), addressed to the Registrar General, High Court, Calcutta, giving particulars as under :-
(1) Full name of the candidate (in capital letters),
(2) Father’s/Husband’s name,
(3) Date of birth,
(4) Actual age on the date of application,
(5) Address (present and permanent) with Telephone No., if any,
(6) Educational Qualifications,
(7) Knowledge in Computer
(8) Speed in Shorthand and Typewriting
(9) Whether belongs to S.C./S.T./O.B.C.,
(10) Nationality, and (11) I.P.O. No., Amount and date.
Each application must be accompanied by :-
(1) Application fee of `200/- (`50/- for S.C./S.T. candidates only) by Indian Postal Order, which must be purchased on a date after publication of advertisement, and drawn in favour of the Registrar General, High Court, Calcutta, and payable at G.P.O., Calcutta,
(2) Two recent and identical passport size photographs duly signed by the candidate on the frontal portion of both of it (one to be pasted on the top right hand corner of the application and the other to be stitched/stapled with the application),
(3) Attested documents in support of date of birth, educational qualifications, knowledge in Computer, speed in shorthand & typewriting and caste (in case of the candidates belonging to S.C., S.T. & O.B.C. categories),
(4) One self-addressed envelope of the size of 25cm X 11cm, with postal stamp of `5/- affixed thereon.
General Instructions:
1. Candidates whose applications will be considered to be in order in all respect, shall be required to undergo a test in Shorthand at the speed of 120 words per minute. The text is to be transcribed in own handwriting within 45 minutes thereafter.
2. The Candidates will be given a further time of 15 minutes immediately after the completion of the dictation before they are asked to transcribe the text, for verification of the outlines.
3. Admit cards containing Venue, Date and Time of the Test will be sent to the candidates by post. Candidates called for Test/further Test shall be required to appear at the relevant Tests at their own expenses.
4. Candidates already in service under Govt./Public Sector Undertakings/High Court, and within the prescribed age-limit, must submit their applications through Proper Channel. No advance-copy of such application will be entertained.
5. The Court reserves the right to make a short Waiting List of successful candidates. The List thus formed shall remain effective for a period of one year from the date of its formation.In case of any dispute, the decision of the Hon’ble the Chief Justice shall stand final.
6. The application must be submitted in closed envelope, which shall have to reach the undersigned within 4.45 p.m. on or before 1st June, 2012. Applications reaching the office after the last date shall not be considered, even though the same are posted well in advance.
Tentative Last Date: 01-06-2012
About the organization:
The     High   Court   at  Calcutta, formerly    known  as   the High Court of Judicature at Fort William, was brought into existence by the Letters Patent dated 14th May, 1862, issued under the High Court’s Act, 1861, which provided that the jurisdiction and powers of the High Court were to be defined by Letters Patent. The High Court of Judicature at Fort William was formally opened  on 1st July, 1862, with Sir Barnes Peacock as its first  Chief    Justice.  Appointed   on   2nd   February, 1863, Justice Sumboo Nath Pandit was the first Indian to assume office as a Judge of the Calcutta High Court, followed by legal luminaries  such as Justice Dwarka Nath Mitter, Justice Ramesh Chandra Mitter, Sir Chunder Madhab Ghosh, Sir Gooroodas Banerji, Sir Ashutosh Mookerjee and Justice P.B. Chakravartti who was the first Indian to become a permanent Chief Justice of the Calcutta High Court.The Calcutta High Court has the distinction of being the first High Court and one of the three Chartered High Courts to be set up in India, along with the High Courts of Bombay, Madras.The ‘Indiancourts’ is a bouquet of Web Sites of the Supreme Court and all 21 High Courts and their Benches in India. It provides a single point access to information related to the Supreme Court and any High Court in India. The Web Sites of the Supreme court and High Courts provide Litigant centric dynamic information like Judgments, Causelists, Case-status, etc. as well as static Information such as History, Jurisdiction, Rules, Past and present judges, etc.The Judgment Information system (JUDIS) consists of the Judgments of the Supreme court of India and several High Courts. In the case of the Supreme Court all reported Judgments which are published in SCR Journal, since its inception i.e. 1950 till date are available. The Judgments reported in SCR till 1993 also have head-notes. The judgments reported in SCR in 1994 and later have only text of judgments with out head-notes.Causelists are scheduling of cases to be heard by the courts on the following day. The Causelists of Supreme Court and almost all High Courts are available on this site. As the Supreme Court of India and all the 21 High Courts and their 10 Benches are fully computerised, all these courts generate Daily and Weekly Causelists from the computer servers. As soon as they generate the Causelists immediately the are made available on this website.


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