Research Assistants , Jobs & Vacancy in Officer at Orissa High Court , Cuttack May 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications for Contractual engagement of 19 (Nineteen) persons as Research Assistants for a period of 1(one) year under terms and conditions mentioned in the scheme for engaging Research Assistants in the High Court of Orissa available in the website.
AGE : A candidate must not have attained the age of 33 years on 151 January preceding the last date fixed for submission of the application.
(i) A candidate must be a law graduate or post graduate in law from any recognized Universities/Col1eges/ Institutions, established by law in India and should not have put in more than one year of practice, if he/ she is a practicing advocate.
(ii) A candidate must have basic knowledge of computer.
(iii) In case a candidate is selected who is practicing as an advocate, he / she must surrender / keep in abeyance his/ her advocate’s license during his/her tenure as Research Assistant, but however such period shall be included/calculated towards his/her practice as as an Advocate.
TERM AND NATURE OF ENGAGEMENT :
(i) Research Assistant shall be engaged on purely temporary and contractual basis for a term of one year subject to his/her performance to the satisfaction of Hon’ble Judge with whom he/she is attached, which shall not entail person concerned to claim any regular appointment.
(ii) One Research Assistant shall be attached with Hon’ble Chief Justice so also one with each Hon’ble Judge.upsc notifications
(iii) Premature discharge of the assignment given to Research Assistant without any notice shall be Lawful, provided that the Hon’ble Judge with whom the concerned Research Assistant is attached, makes recommendation in writing to the Hon’ble Chief Justice.
(iv) A Research Assistant intending to leave assignment at premature stage shall be required to give prior notice of three months, or residuary tenure of assignment which ever is higher.
HOW TO APPLY :The last date of submitting application (duly filled up and complete in every manner) must reach the office ofRegistrar General,Orissa High Court,Cuttack,
(i) to assist the Hon’ble Judge, in discharge of judicial and administrative functions, the ResearchAssistant shall perform the following duties, under direct control of the Hon’ble Judge with whomhe/she is attached,
(ii) to read the case files, and prepare the case, i.e., case summary and notes and chronology ofevents of such a comprehensive nature, that it may give to t he Hon’ble Judge a complete view of themater, including the legal questions involved, and the latest case law having bearing on the case eitherways,
(iii) to search out case law, articles, papers and other relevant material required in discharge ofjudicial/administrative work,
(iv) to take down notes of arguments and to prepare notes of cases
(v) to identify facts, issues and questions that may arise in the course of arguments, or as may berelevant for judgment,
(vi) to maintain record of judgments by the Hon’ble Judge along with the point of law decided in thatparticular case, and to maintain it in such a manner, as to be very conveniently retrievable, as and whenneeded by the Judge, for any purpose whatsoever,
(vii) to perform whatever is directed, in the course of imparting training to him, with regard toprocedure and substantive law
Tentative Last Date:31-05-2012
About the organization:
At the commencement of the 20th Century Bengal Presidency was a vast province including Assam, Bihar and Orissa. It was really difficult to manage administratively such vast areas inhabited by people speaking in different languages and having different traditions. Administrative exigencies required separation of such areas which originally did not from part of Bengal. In 1905 Lord Curzon, however, with a sinister motive of wedging a division among the Bengal nationalists on communal basis partitioned Bengal into two parts and formed a new province with Assam and Eastern Bengal. Bihar and Orissa were retained with remaining parts of Bengal as province of Bengal. Lord Curzon did not hide his real motive when he pointed out to the Muslims of Eastern Bengal that the new province of Eastern Bengal and Assam was conceived as a Muslim majority province. Partition of Bengal stimulated nation-wide protest. It was opposed by all sections of Bengalees. Fierce agitation ultimately compelled the British to re-partition. The two parts of Bengal were again united. Bihar and Orissa were separated from Bengal Presidency to from new province of Bihar. By a notification dated March 22, 1912 new province of Bihar and Orissa was formed. However, still the said new province of Bihar and Orissa was under the jurisdiction of Calcutta High Court.
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