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148 Data Entry Operator, Process Server & Various Vacancy – High Court of Jammu & Kashmir


Last Date:03 February,2019
Advt. No. : 01/2019
High Court of Jammu & Kashmir
Jammu & Kashmir

JK High Court aka High Court of Jammu & Kashmir invites application for the post of 148 Data Entry Operator, Process Server & Various Vacancy. Apply Online before 03 February 2019. JK High Court Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.jkhighcourt.nic.in

Name of the post – Data Entry Operator, Process Server & Various
No of post – 148
Pay Scale – 5200 – 20200/-, 9300 – 34800/-

Education Qualification:
10th, 12th, Graduate, Diploma, B.Lib.

General Information:

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  • Candidates who are eligible to apply for more than one post are required to apply separately for each post.
  • The number of vacancies may increase or decrease, depending on their availability at the time of selection.
  • The selection shall be made as per the J&K Reservation Rules 2005.
  • Submission of Application Form and fee payment shall not be accepted I entertained after the cut-off date fixed for receipt of the same.
  • Candidates shall not submit the printout of the Application Form I fee payment receipt to the office of Principal Secretary to Hon’ble Chief Justice, High Court of J&K at this stage.
  • Please note that the above procedure is the only valid procedure for applying. In no other mode the Application Form would be accepted and even online incomplete Application Form would not be accepted.
  • The printout of the application along with the fee payment receipt and required copies of documents shall be kept ready to be submitted as and when required.
  • The in-service candidates/contractual employees shall submit photocopy of the filled online application form through proper channel viz. the concerned Head of Department. In the event of failure of the candidate to route the application through proper channel, his I her eligibility shall be assessed as if he I she is not an in-service candidate. The Head of Department concerned shall forward the application form of the in-service candidates at the address of Principal Secretary to Hon’ble the Chief Justice, High Court of J&K within 20 days after tbe last date of filing their Application Form i.e. 23.02.2019.
  • The last date for the submission of online application forms as prescribed above shall be the cut-off date for determining the eligibility to apply for the post. The age limit, however, is determinable with reference to the 1st of January, 2019. Any qualification/ experience acquired after last date of receipt /submission of online application form i.e. 03.02.2019 shall not be taken into account for any purpose.
  • The prescribed qualifications reflect the bare minimum requirement of the job and mere possession thereof shall not entitle a candidate to be called for written test/ interview.
  • The Criteria formulated for selection to the posts advertised is uploaded on the official Website of the High Court http//jkhighcourt.nic.in.
  • Call letters shall not be issued individually; however, wide publicity shall be given through print and electronic media, official Website http//jkhighcourt.nic.in of the High Court about the venues, dates of the written test/ interview for the information of eligible candidates. No claim of being unaware of the dates/ schedule for written test/ interview shall be entertained.
  • No TA/DA will be paid for participation in the written test/interview.
  • Applications alognwith the prescribed fee shall be received only through online mode on the Recruitment Portal of the High Court of J&K, link of which shall be activated on 15.01.2019 on the website of the High Court: http//jkhighcourt.nic.in.
  • Online applications are invited from eligible candidates for participating in the selection process for the Divisional and District cadre, posts shown against Item code No mentioned in the “Annexure-A” to this notification who:(i) are Permanent residents of J&K State. (a) It is further amplified that in respect of Divisional and District Cadre posts only those candidates who are residents of the concerned Division/Districts defined under the relevant Act/Rules can apply.(b) “A person shall be deemed to be resident of a particular District /Division if he/she has resided in such District /Division as the case may be for a period of not less than 15 years before the date of applying for a particular post and is actually residing in the said area”.(c) If a woman marries outside her District/Division, the period of residence of 15 years shall not operate as bar for applying to a post provided that her husband is a resident of that District/Division, as the case may be for a period of not less than 15 years.”
  • Before applying online, candidates are advised to carefully go through the guidelines for online submission of applications. These guidelines will be available in the online portal of the High Court of J&K.

About Us:

  • The full-fledged High Court of Judicature for the Jammu and Kashmir State was established in the year 1928. Prior to the establishment of High Court of Judicature. The Ruler of the State (Maharaja) was the final authority in the administration of justice. In the year 1889, the British Government asked the then Ruler of the State, Maharaja Partap Singh to appoint a Council and the Judicial member of the Council exercised all the appellate powers both on civil and criminal side.
  • The State having two provinces Jammu and Kashmir, had chief judges exercising judicial authority but they acted under the superintendence and control of the Law member of the Council. Later the Council was abolished and a Minister designated as Judge of the High Court was appointed by the Ruler to decide judicial cases.
  • In 1927 a new Constitution was sanctioned by the then Ruler of the State and instead of Law Member, a Ministry in the Judicial Department was created.
  • The usual places of sitting of the High Court uses to be Jammu and Srinagar. In 1939 the Ruler promulgated the Constitution Act of 1996 which incorporated the provisions of law relating to the High Court and conferred upon the High Court a substantial measure of Independence.
  • On 10.9.1943, Letters Patent was conferred on the High Court. In 1954 vide Constitution Application Order of 1954, the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court was extended to the State of J&K. Under Art.32(2-A) of the Constitution of India, the State High Court was for the first time given power to issue writs for enforcement of the fundamental rights so far as they are applicable to the State of J&K. In 1957, by the Jammu and Kashmir Constitution Act, an independent judicial body with the High Court of Judicature at the top was created. The High Court has at present a sanctioned strength of 17 Judges including 13 Permanent Judges and 4 Additional Judges. From May to end October, The Chief Justice and the Administrative Wing of High Court shifts to Srinagar and from November to end April, the HQ is at Jammu. However, Court sections of both the Jammu and Srinagar Wings of the High Court function throughout the year.

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