Personal Assistants,Hindi and English Stenographer & Stenographer, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at Jharkhand High Court., Ranchi Feb 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications are invited for the following posts in Jharkhand High court at Ranchi :
1. Personal Assistants (PA) in the Pay Scale of Rs.9300-34800 grade pay Rs.4600, Age : 18-35 years
2. Hindi and English Stenographer for Civil Courts in Pay Scale of Rs.5200-20200 grad pay Rs.2400, Age : 18-35 years
3. Stenographer for CBI Courts in Pay Scale of Rs.5200-20200 grad pay Rs.2400, Age : 18-35 years
How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be send to The Registrar General, Jharkhand High Court, Ranchi – 843033govt jobs
1. This Scheme may be called the “Scheme for the Appointment, Selection and Empanelment of the Security Agencies, 2010-11.” This Scheme shall come into force from the date it is approved or notified by the Company Court.
2. The purpose of the Scheme is to lay down the process in general for the selection and appointment of the Security Agencies for providing security to the properties of the Companies (in liquidation). Company (in liquidation)” means a company against which petition has been filed for liquidation and the orders have been passed by the Company Court for its liquidation in exercise of powers conferred by Section 443 & 444 of the Companies Act, 1956.
3. Company (in Liquidation) Fund” means the fund maintained in the Companies Cash Book as per the Rule 286 of the Companies (Court) Rules, 1959. “Company Court” means the Bench of the High Court of Gujarat, constituted to deal with winding up proceedings, compulsory liquidation of the Companies and all such matters referred to in the Act.
4. “Official Liquidator” means liquidator appointed under Section 448 of the Companies Act, 1956 and attached to the Company Court. “Tender” means a tender notice issued by the Official Liquidator for inviting bids for empanelling the Security Agencies, for providing security cover to the properties of the Companies (in liquidation)
5. “Security Agency” means a firm or a concern or company which professes to provide security cover to the industrial units and other establishments and has the infrastructure and the capacity to provide such services. “Empanelled Security Agency” means a Security Agency which has been empanelled in accordance with the provisions of this Scheme.
6. The Official Liquidator shall publish a Tender Notice in two or more National English Dailies and a Gujarati Daily having circulation in Gujarat and other neighboring States, inviting the Security Agencies to apply for being empanelled as a Security Agency to provide security cover to the properties of the Companies (in Liquidation).
7. The tender for empanelling Security Agencies shall be published in such form, lying down such terms and conditions as may be approved by the Company Court. A panel for engaging a Security Agency, once constituted, shall be available for two years from the date of its approval by the Company Court or for the period as may be directed by the Company Court.
8. On receipt of the tenders from the Security Agencies in terms of the notice for inviting tenders for the empanelment of Security Agencies, the Company Court shall constitute a committee of the following members for recommending the panel of Security Agencies. Official Liquidator Any person having the experience and the expertise in the issues relating to providing security to the industrial units and other establishment; and
9. Two other members nominated by the Company The Committee shall at the time of making the recommendation for the empanelment of Security Agencies shall take into consideration such factors as may be considered relevant including: The past record of the Security Agency; The capacity for providing the service; Willingness to abide by the terms and conditions laid by the Company Court or the Official Liquidator for providing the security cover.
10. Compensation at which Security Agency is willing to provide the service; and License under “The Private Security Agencies (Regulations) Act, 2005. The Company Court after considering the recommendations of the Committee may accept its recommendations and direct the empanelment of the Security Agencies so recommended or pass such orders as it may consider appropriate.
11. Empanelment of a Security Agency does not guarantee awarding of contract, in all cases, to such a Security Agency for providing security cover to the properties of the “Companies (in Liquidation)”. Whenever the question of providing security cover will come up for consideration for any property or properties of a Company (in Liquidation) may invite the Empanelled Security Agencies for inter-se bidding in the Court or constitute a Committee for this purpose.
12.The Security Agency or Agencies selected for awarding the contract shall enter into an agreement with the Official Liquidator in the Form A as appended with this Scheme. The terms of contract as stated in the Form A, shall be non-negotiable except for the amount of Bank Guarantee which may be asked to be furnished by the Company Court or the Official Liquidator.
13. A Security Agency engaged in accordance with this Scheme shall also be bound to carry out the instruction or directives which may be issued by the Company Court from time to time concerning the security of the properties of the Companies (in liquidation).
14. The Security Agency selected for providing security to a Company (in Liquidation) shall be paid from the “Company (in Liquidation) Fund” in the first instance and in case the funds are insufficient to make such payment, the payment shall be made by the creditors of the Company (in Liqn.) in the manner as may be directed by the Company Court.
15. The Official Liquidator may prescribe the Forms of the Registers to be maintained by a Security Agency selected for providing security cover to a Company (in liquidation), for keeping the record of the Security guards and any other matter relating to providing security to the premises or the property of the Company (in liquidation).
16. The Company Court, if the exigencies so demand may make a departure from this Scheme for the empanelling of Security Agencies and the matters incidental to it. The Official Liquidator may recommend the removal of an empanelled Security Agency from the panel,
17. In the opinion of the Official Liquidator it would not be safe to engage such a Security Agency for providing security cover to the properties of the Companies (in Liquidation).
18. The Company Court may direct removal of a Security Agency from the panel on the basis of such a recommendation after giving an opportunity of hearing in such form and in the manner it may consider appropriate before or after permitting its removal.
19. The Company Court may change or amend this Scheme, at any time if it considers so necessary, to remove any difficulty which may arise in the implementation of this Scheme. In case of any question being raised as to the interpretation of this Scheme, the interpretation as given by the Company Court shall be final and binding on all parties.
Tentative Last Date:17-02-2012
About the organization:
A circuit bench of the Patna High Court was established at Ranchi with effect from 6th March, 1972 under clause 36 of the Letter Patent of that High Court. The bench was established to meet the needs of the Adivasi Population of the Chota Nagpur area in erthswhile State of Bihar. The Circuit bench was made Permanent Bench of Patna High Court, by Act no. 57 of 1976, by High Court at Patna(Establishment of Permanent Bench AT Ranchi) Act 1976 with effect from 8th April 1976. The Jharkhand High Court came into existence after reorganiszation of state of Bihar in existing state of Bihar and Jharkhand on 15th November 2000. Jharkhand ( listen)) is a state in eastern India. It was carved out of the southern part of Bihar on 15 November 2000. Jharkhand shares its border with the states of Bihar to the north, Uttar Pradesh and Chhattisgarh to the west, Orissa to the south, and West Bengal to the east. It has an area of 28,833 sq mi (74,677 km²). The industrial city of Ranchi is its capital while Jamshedpur is the largest city of the state. Some of the other major cities and industrial centres are Dhanbad, Bokaro and Hazaribagh. The name “Jharkhand” means “The Land of Forests”. Ranchi About this sound pronunciation (help·info) (Hindi: ?????, Urdu: ?????) is the capital of the Indian state of Jharkhand. Jharkhand accounts for 40% of the mineral resources of India. Ranchi accounts for 50% mineral production of the state, nearing about 18% of nation’s mineral production. For this reason Ranchi is also called the Manchester of the East. Ranchi was the centre of the Jharkhand movement for a separate state for the tribal regions of South Bihar, northern Orissa, Western West Bengal and the present eastern Chhattisgarh. Jharkhand State was formed on 15 November 2000 by carving the Bihar divisions of Chota Nagpur and Santhal Parganas.An Act to provide for setting out the practical regime of right to information for citizens to secure access to information under the control of public authorities, in order to promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority, the constitution of a Central Information Commission and State Information Commissions and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
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