Civil Judge (Junior Division), Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Public Service Commission, Uttar Pradesh , Allahabad Feb 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications in OMR format are invited by UP PSC for following posts for UP Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) preliminary Examination – 2012 to be held on 13/05/2012 :
Civil Judge (Junior Division) : 76 posts (UR-38, OBC-20, SC-16, ST-02) (Dependents of Freedom Fighter-2, Women-15), Age : 22-35 years as on 01/07/2013,Pay Scale : Rs. 27700 – 44770
How to Apply : Application in the prescribed OMR application forms format should reach the Secretary. Advt. No. A-2/E-1/2012, Public Service Commission, U.P. Allahabad-211018 OMR Application forms will be available all the Head Post Officer/ designated Post Offices of all the districts from 05/02/2011 to 06/01/2011 in the state of UP. The cost of application of PREGENSeries (for General, OBC of U.P.) shall be Rs. 155/- (Exam Fee 100+ Postal Expenses 30 + Applicaton form 25) and of PRERES Series (for S.C. of U.P. and S.T. of U.P.) shall be Rs. 95/- (Exam Fee 40 + Postal Exp. 30 + Application Form 25) only.
1. The candidates claiming the benefit of reservation must get the certificate regarding their category/Sub-category from the competentAuthority on the proforma published atAppendix-III and they should produce it to theCommissionwhen asked for. All the candidates of reserved category must mention their category/sub category inOMRapplication forms. The candidates claiming the benefit of more than one reservation shall be given only one concession whichever shall be more beneficial to them.
2. Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward Class, Dependents of FreedomFighters candidate and women candidates who are not the domicile of U.P. shall not be given the benefit of reservation and they shall be treated as General Candidates such candidates must fill the form of PREGEN series only. Pay Scale: Rs. 27700-770-35090-920-40450-1080-44770latest andhra govt jobs
3. Academic Qualifications: (A) Till last date for submitting the application form the candidate must be a Bachelor of Laws of a University established by Law in U.P. or any other University of India recognised for this purposes by the Governor, or (B) Must be an Advocate enrolled under the provisions of the Advocate Act 1961 or a Barrister of England or Northern Ireland or a Member Faculty of Advocates in Scotland and is entitled to practice in the Court or Courts subordinate thereto; (C) Must possess thorough knowledge of Hindi in Devnagri Script.
4. Age Limits: The Candidates must have attained the age of 22 years and must not have attained the age of more than 35 Years on 1st July, 2013 i.e. they must have not born before 2nd July, 1978 and not later than 1st July 1991 but for Scheduled Caste of U.P. Scheduled Tribe of U.P. and Other Backward Class candidates of U.P. the age limit shall be five years more. In the same manner for Dependants of Freedom Fighters of U.P. & for Ex-Army Personnel of U.P. the age limit is five years more provided further that where a candidate was eligible in age to appear at the examination in the year 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 & 2011 he shall be deemed eligible in age.
5. The skilled players ofNational or International standard of classified games shall also be given age relaxation of 5 years according to G.O. No. 22/21/1983-Ka-2, Dated 28-11-85 who is domicile of U.P. Provided also that the maximum number of chances a candidate is permitted to take will be four.
6. This relaxation shall not be admissible to thosewho (1) have been dismissed on the ground ofmisconduct or inefficiency,who have been discharged on the ground of such Physical disabilityorweaknessas is considered forany service. List of Post Offices: Agra, Aligarh, Allahabad H.O., Allahabad Kutchery, Allahabad (Cavalry Lines), Allahabad Daraganj, Allahabad City, Ambedkarnagar (Akbarpur), Auraiya, Azamgarh, Badaun, Baghpat, Bahraich, Balrampur, Ballia, Banda, Barabanki, Bareilly, Basti (Bansi), Bijnor, Bulandsahar, Chandauli, Chitrakoot (Karvi), Deoria, Etah, Etawah, Faizabad, Farrukhabad (Fetehgarh),Fatehpur,Firozabad,GautamBuddhaNagar (Noida),
7. The application complete in all respects must reach the Secretary. Advt. No. A-2/E-1/2012 Public Service Commission, U.P. Allahabad-211018 on or before 5:00P.M. on 1stMarch 2012 by Registered post or by hand. After the last date, the applications shall not be received at any cost.The receipt must be taken while submitting the application by hand on the counter of U.P.P.S.C.
8. If any candidate submits more than one application in one envelope in his name, his all applications shall be rejected. Applications through fax shall not be accepted. Incomplete application and application without signature even if within time shall be rejected summarily Emergency Commissioned/Short Service Commissioned Officers who have not been released from Army but whose period of Army Service have been extended for rehabilitation,
9. Applicants will have to submit a certificate in this respect from the competent authority of Army, Navy, Air Force, that their period of Service has been extended for rehabilitation and no disciplinary action is pending against them. Applicants will have to submit a written undertaking with their application that in case they are selected for the post applied for,
10. he gets permanentCommission in theArmy Has been released from the Army on tendering resignation Has been released from theArmy on grounds ofmisconduct. Character: The Character of a candidate for recruitment to the service must be such as to render him suitable in opinion of the Governor in all respects for employment in the service. Persons dismissed from the service by the Union Government or a State Govt.
11. Marital Status: A Male candidate who has more than one wife living or a female candidate who has married a man already having a wife living shall not be eligible for appointment to a post in the Service. Physical Fitness: No Candidate shall be appointed to a post in the service unless he be in good mental and bodily health and free from any physical defect likely to interfere with the efficient performance of his duties. Before a candidate is finally approved for appointment shall be required to pass an Examination by aMedical Board.
12. Only those candidates will be called for Main Examination (Written Examination) who obtain such minimum marks as may be fixed by the Commission for the purpose on the basis of preliminary exam. They will be required to fill up requisite forms etc. sent by the Commission for main examination and will have to deposit fees also for main exam.
13. Candidates will have to produce their all original certificates, two photographs attested by Gazetted Officer, one plain photograph and other required documents at the time of interview. The candidates working in Central or State Govt. will have to produce No Objection Certificate from their Employer.
14. The Commission do not give any advice to the candidates regarding their eligibility. Therefore they should go through the advertisement carefully and apply for the post only when they are satisfied that they are eligible according to the terms and conditions of advertisement. They should also go through the syllabus of the examination printed at Appendix-II of the advertisement. Fees is not refunded in case of candidates being overage, underage, ineligible or rejected due to violation of rules or procedure.
15. The Commission may allow any candidate provisionally on summary checking of application but in later stages if it is found that the candidates was not eligible or his application was not fit for admission or he should have been rejected at initial stage his candidature will be cancelled and his recommendation shall be withdrawn even if he has been recommended.
16. Malpractices i.e. copying in the Examination Hall, Indiscipline, Misbehaviour or canvassing is prohibited. Such candidate can be rejected by the Commission suo motto. The candidate who qualify in the written examination shall have to appear compulsorily in Personality Test (Viva-voce)
17. If there is any change in the address of the candidate, it should be communicated promptly by registered post to the Commission. In every correspondence with the Commission, the name of Examination, Advertisement No., Name of Candidate, Date of Birth & Roll No. (If communicated) Should be mentioned.
18. The candidates for the main examination shall be declared successful in the ratio of 1:10 according to Honble S.C. only and for interview in the ratio of 1:3.If a candidate gives such information which can not be substantiated by any certificate, hecan be debarred for the next five years.
19. No change is possible after receipt of application. If the photograph on the application do not resemble with that on attendance sheet, the candidature shall be cancelled. It shall be the duty of the Union and the State Public Service Commissions to conduct examinations, for appointments to the Services of the Union and the Services of the State respectively.
20. It shall also be the duty of the Union Public Service Commission, if requested by any two or more States so to do, to assist those States in framing and operating schemes of joint recruitment for any services for which candidates possessing special qualifications are required. The Union Public Service Commission or the State Public Service Commission, as the case may be, shall be consulted-
21. on all matters relating to methods of recruitment to civil services and for civil posts; on the principles to be followed in making appointments to Civil Services and posts and in making promotions and transfers from one service to another and on the suitability of candidates for such appointments, promotions or transfers;
22. on all disciplinary matters affecting a person serving under the Government of India or the Government of a State in a civil capacity, including memorials or petitions relating to such matters;
23. on any claim by or in respect of a person who is serving or has served under the Government of India or the Government of a State or under the Crown in India or under the Government of an Indian State, in a civil capacity, that any costs incurred by him in defending legal proceedings instituted against him in respect of acts done or purporting to be done in the execution of his duty should be paid out of the Consolidated Fund of India, or as the case may be, out of the Consolidated Fund of the State;
24. on any claim for the award of a pension in respect of injuries sustained by a person while serving under the Government of India or the Government of a State or under the Crown in India or under the Government of an Indian State, in a civil capacity, and any question as to the amount of any such award, and it shall be the duty of a Public Service Commission to advise on any matters so referred to them and on any other matter which the President, or, as the case may be the Governor of the State, may refer to them ;
25. Provided that the President as respects the all- India Services and also as respects other services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union, and the Governor as respects other services and posts in connection with affairs of a State, may make regulations specifying the matters in which either generally, or in any particular class of case or in any particular circumstances, it shall not be necessary for a Public Service Commission to be consulted.
26. Nothing in clause (3) shall require a Public Service Commission to be consulted as respects the manner in which any provision referred to in clause (4) of Article 16 may be made or as respects the manner in which effect may b given to the provisions of Article 335. All regulations made under the proviso to clause
27. by the President or the Governor of a State shall be laid for not less than fourteen days before each house of parliament or the House or each House of the legislature of the State, as the case may be, as soon as possible after they are made, and shall be subject to such modifications, whether by way of repeal or amendment, as both houses of Parliament or the house or both houses of Legislature of the State may make during the session in which they are so laid.
Tentative Last Date: 01-03-2012
About the organization :
Indianisation of the superior Civil Services became one of the major demands of the political movement compelling the British Indian Government to consider setting up of a Public Service Commission for recruitment to its services in the territory. The first Public Service Commission was set up on October 1st, 1926. However, its limited advisory functions failed to satisfy the people’s aspirations and the continued stress on this aspect by the leaders of our freedom movement resulted in the setting up of the Federal Public Service Commission under the Government of India Act, 1935. Under this Act, for the first time, provision was also made for the formation of Public Service Commissions at the provincial level. As a consequence the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission was constituted on the 1st of April 1937 with its headquarters at Allahabad and has a glorious past of more than 60 years. At the time of its inception The UP Public Service Commission was situated in a few rooms in the then Secretariat, but now apart from a lavish campus at Allahabad, it has a Camp Office in the state capital Lucknow as well. In 1937 only 9,811 applications were disposed and over the years the quantum of work has increased manifold with the disposal of a few lakh applications every year now. he UP Public service Commission has modernised itself with the times and massive computerisation is being undertaken presently. The examination system has been partly computerised and the process is still under progress. It has two spacious Examination Centres in Allahabad and Lucknow and they can cater to the needs of 3000 candidates at the same time. he number of the members of the Commission has also increased gradually in keeping with the increase in the quantum of work of the Commission and now there are 8 members in it. The working of Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission is also regulated by Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Regulation, 1976.Subject to the provisions of this Article, there shall be a Public Service Commission for the Union and a Public Service Commission for each State. Two or more State may agree that there shall be one Public Service Commission for that group of States, and if a resolution to that effect is passed by the House or, where there are two Houses, by each House of the Legislature of each of those States, Parliament may by law provide for the appointment of a Joint State Public Service Commission (referred to in this Chapter as Joint Commission) to serve the needs of those States. Any such law as aforesaid may contain such incidental and consequential provisions as may be necessary or desirable for giving effect to the purposes of the law. The Public Service Commission for the Union, if requested so to do by the Governor of a State, may, with the approval of the president, agree to serve all or any of the needs of the States. References in this constitution to the Union Public Service Commission or a State Public Service Commission shall, unless the context otherwise requires, be construed as references to the Commission serving the needs of the Union or, as the case may be, the State as respects the particular matter in question. The Chairman and other Members of a Public Service Commission shall be appointed, in the case of the Union Commission or a Joint Commission, by the President, and in the case of a State Commission, by the Governor of the State: Provided that as nearly as may be one-half of the members of every Public Service Commission shall be persons who at the dates of their respective appointments have held office for at least ten years either under the Government of India or under the Government of State, and in computing the said period of ten years any period before the commencement of this constitution during which a person has held office under the Crown in India or under the Government of an Indian State shall be included. If the office of the Chairman of the Commission becomes vacant or if any such Chairman is by reason of absence or for any other reason unable to perform the duties of his office, those duties shall, until some person appointed under clause (1) of the vacant office has entered on the duties there of or, as the case may be, until the Chairman has resumed his duties, be performed by such one of the other members of the Commission as the President, in the case of the Union Commission or a joint Commission, and the Governor of the State in the case of a State Commission, may appoint for the purpose. A member of a Public Service Commission shall hold office for a term of six years from the date on which he enters upon his office or until he attains, in the case of the Union Commission, the age of sixty five years, and in the case of a State Commission
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