Typist, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at High Court Of Karnataka , Bangalore Jul 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
Applications in the prescribed proforma appended hereto are invited from the applicants, who are qualified as on the last date fixed for receipt of applications for recruitment to 13 Posts of Typist.
Name of the post : Typist : 13
Method of Recruitment :
Selection of candidates will be made in accordance with the High Court of Karnataka Service (Conditions of Service and Recruitment), 1973 and the High Court of Karnataka Service (Direct Recruitment by Selection) Rules, 1984 as amended from time to time.
Minimum Qualification :
1) Must possess Degree in Science/Arts/Commerce/Business Management of a recognised University with minimum of 55% marks in aggregate, and,
2) Senior Grade Typewriting examination in English and Kannada.
3) Certificate Course in Computer Word Processing or equivalent.
Scale of Pay :
Rs. 5800-100-6000-125-6500-150-7100-175-7800-200- 8600-225-9500-250-10500
Probation : The applicant if appointed shall be initially on probation for a period of two years or for extended period if necessary
Age limit : Applicants must have attained the age of 18 years and must not exceed the age of;
(a) 40 years in the case of a person belonging to Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe or Category-I of other Backward Classes.
(b) 38 years in the case of a person belonging to Category-II-A or II-B or III-A or III-B of Other Backward Classes; and
(c) 35 years for others.
Fee : Crossed Indian Postal Order for Rs. 250/- (Rupees Two Hundred and Fifty Only) in favour of the Registrar General, High Court of Karnataka, Bangalore 560001.
How to Apply : Application format can be downloaded from the website. Applications complete in all respects shall reach theRegistrar General,High Court of Karnataka,High Court Buildings,Bangalore 560 001On top of the cover containing the application the following words shall be written; “Application for the Post of Typists”
(a) Three Certificates of character, one from the Principal / Head ofthe Institution in which he/she had last studied and two fromrespectable persons not related to him/her, testifying to his/hercharacter.
(b) Marks Cards of Degree in Science/Arts/Commerce/BusinessManagement of a recognised University and Senior GradeTypewriting Examinations in English and Kannada. Certificatein Computer Word Processing or equivalent.
(c) Persons claiming the benefit of reservations under SC/ST shallproduce a certificate in the form prescribed by the Governmentissued by the competent authority.
(d) SSLC or any other equivalent examination certificate showingthe date of birth.
(e) Persons claiming the benefit of reservations under Category-I/II-A/II-B/III-A/III-B shall produce a certificate in the formprescribed by the Government issued by the competentauthority.
(f) Persons claiming reservation under Rural / PhysicallyHandicapped /Ex-Servicemen/Kannada Medium/ Displacedfrom projects quota shall produce certificates issued bycompetent authority.
(g) A passport size photo be affixed at the place provided on theapplication.
Tentative Last Date: 21-08-2012
About the organization:
After the death of Tippu Sultan in 1799, the British recognized the claim of Krishnaraja Wodeyar III, son of Chamaraja Wodeyar to the throne of the State. Poornaiah continued to be the Diwan and Barry Close was the Resident.The State was divided into three ‘Subhas’ each under the control of a Subhedar, who was the executive officer and also the Judge in his domain. ‘Subhas’ were divided into Districts and the latter into Taluks. On October 21, 1831 the Governor-General of India Bentick issued proclamation and assumed administration of Mysore for East India Company on the allegation that Raja was incapable of handling the affairs of the State. Administration of Mysore was entrusted to a Board of Commissioners which included a Senior Commissioner and a Junior Commissioner. This Board was assisted by Diwan in financial matters and the Resident in political relations of the Ruler. This Board was abolished in June 1832 and administration of the State was entrusted to one single Commissioner. Under Hyder Ali and Tippu Sultan, administration of Justice was mainly a local concern. Revenue Officers also acted as Judges. It was the duty of the Amils to investigate serious criminal cases and report to higher authorities for decision. There was a Sadar (Chief) Court at the Capital for administering justice in accordance with Mohammadan Law. Qazis in important towns decided matters concerning succession, inheritance and other matters as per the provisions of Mohammadan Law.During the regime of Diwan Poornaiah and thereafter, due regard was paid to age old institutions and doctrines of Hindu Law. Matters were usually determined according to earlier precedents and practices. Administration of civil justice was conducted in a manner analogous to that of criminal justice.
High Court Of Karnataka
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Bangalore 560 001
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