Last Date:05 March,2019
Advt No. HC.XXXVII-04/2019/105/R.CELL
Guwahati High Court
Gauhati High Court invites application for the post of 10 Grade -IV, Computer Assistant & Various Vacancy. Apply Online before 05 March 2019. GHC Online Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below…Official Website is www.ghconline.gov.in
Name of the post – Grade -IV, Computer Assistant & Various
No of post – 10
Pay Scale – 12000 – 37500/-, 14000 – 49000/-
General Information:tamilnadu govt employment
- Candidates need not submit any testimonial/certificate at the time of submission of online application. However, candidates have to produce their original testimonials regarding educational qualifications, computer qualifications, date of birth, caste, working experience etc. at subsequent stages when asked for.
- The admission of candidates at all stages of the selection process will be purely provisional and subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. The application will be subject to scrutiny at every stage and shall be rejected if any defect is detected.
- The provisional list of the candidates, with allotted Roll Nos. will be published in the High Court website for the candidates’ reference.
- No TA/DA shall be paid to the candidates for appearing in the written test/skill test/interview etc.
- Candidates who are already in the Government Service may apply through proper channel. They shall have to produce “No Objection Certificate” from the present Employer at the time of document verification and they shall have to submit release order at the time of joining.
- Application form, which is incomplete in any respect, such as, without photograph and signature, is liable to be rejected summarily.
- Information submitted by an applicant in his/her application will bind the candidate and if found to be false, his/her candidature will be cancelled forthwith.
- The candidate will be responsible for any mistake made by him/her in the application form
and the High Court shall not be responsible or liable in any way.
- The certificate for claim of reservation must be issued by competent authority.
- If any candidate is found canvassing directly or indirectly, his/her candidature will be liable for rejection.
- The High Court reserves the right to cancel, alter or modify the advertisement or other terms and conditions of the advertisement without any prior notice.
- All other matters which are not specifically provided in this advertisement shall be decided by the High Court.
How To Apply:
- Before applying online, candidates must possess a valid e-mail ID and Mobile Number which are mandatory for registration. E-mail ID should be kept active. Though the system is designed to send e-mail immediately acknowledging the Registration Code, sometimes due to network congestion, the e-mail may not be delivered, hence the candidates are requested to note down the Registration Code.
- Log on through the website www.ghconlinagovin and click on ‘online Application for various posts”.
- Click on “New Registration”. Provide the required information in that page, and then click “Submit Registration”. The system will generate a Registration Code which will be displayed below the “Submit Registration” button. Though the system is designed to send e-mail immediately acknowledging the Registration Code and corresponding Date of Birth, sometimes due to network congestion, the e-mail may not be delivered. Hence, candidates are requested to note down the Registration Code carefully.
- The combination of Registration Code and Date of Birth will be used as login details for next three Phases, i.e. Phase 2, Phase 3 and Phase 4.
- Click “Update Candidate Details”.
- Candidate has to provide his/her profile details and other candidature specific
- Candidate has to upload his/her Photograph Image and Signature Image. The image format should be either jpg, .png or .gif. No other image format will be accepted. The image size should be between 5 KB and 30 KB.
- The image of the Passport Photograph should be such that the face of the candidate covers at least 80% of the space of the photograph image, similarly the signature should cover at least 70% of space of the Signature image.
- The candidate should select the respective file using the “Browse” button and after selecting the file, he/she should click the “Upload Passport Photo” and “Upload Signature” button respectively to upload the file to server.
- On successful uploading of photo & signature, the candidate should click the “Declaration check box”. On clicking the Declaration check box on the page, the button will turn green and will be activated for submission of candidature.
- For any query/complaint related to advertisement etc. please email to ghcrce1120130gmaill.com mentioning the Post Name in the Subject line and related Registration Code, Applicant Name, Father’s Name alongside the grievance in the body of the e-mail.
- High Courts for States: There shall be a High Court for each State.
- The Gauhati High Court as of today emerged from the High Court of Assam.
- On 9th September, 1947, the Assam Legislative Assembly adopted a resolution that a High Court be established for the Province of Assam.
- The Gauhati High Court as of today emerged from the High Court of Assam. On 9th September, 1947, the Assam Legislative Assembly adopted a resolution that a High Court be established for the Province of Assam. In exercise of power conferred by sub-section (1) of section 229 of the Government of India Act, 1935, as adopted by the Indian Provincial Constitution (Amendment) Order, 1948, the Governor General of India was pleased to promulgate on 1st March, 1948 the Assam High Court Order, 1948, establishing the High Court of Assam with effect from 5th April, 1948, for the then Province of Assam.
- Sir Harilal Kania, the then Chief Justice of India came to preside over the inauguration of the High Court at the invitation of His Excellency the Governor of Assam Sir Akbar Hydari and the Premier of the Province Late Gopinath Bardoloi. Sir R.F. Lodge was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of Assam High Court on 5th April, 1948. The Assam High Court initially had its sittings at Shillong but shifted to Gauhati from 14th August, 1948. Later on, the Assam High Court came to be known as the High Court of Assam and Nagaland on the constitution of State of Nagaland with effect from 1st December, 1963. On re-organization of the North-Eastern region by the North Eastern Area (Re-organization) Act, 1971, a common High Court was established for the five North-Eastern States Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya and Tripura ) and the two Union Territories ( Union Territory of Mizoram and the Union Territory of Arunachal Pradesh) and called as the Gauhati High Court.
- With the enactment of the State of Mizoram Act, 1986 ( Act 34 of 1986 ) and the State of Arunachal Pradesh Act, 1986 ( Act 69 of 1986), the States of Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh attained statehood on 20.2.1987. By the State of Mizoram Act, 1986, from the appointed day, common High Court for the States of Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram called the High Court of Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura and Mizoram came into being. Under the State of Arunachal Pradesh Act, 1986, from the appointed day, ie, 20.2.1987, a common High Court for the State of Assam, Nagaland, Meghalaya, Manipur, Tripura, Mizoram and Arunachal Pradesh came into being.
- The Principal Seat of the Gauhati High Court is at Guwahati, Assam. Apart from the Principal Seat, the High Court has 3(three) outlying Benches, viz, Kohima Bench for the State of Nagaland (established on 1.12.1972), Aizawl Bench for the State of Mizoram (established on 5.7.90) and Itanagar Bench for the State of Arunachal Pradesh (established on 12.8.2000). The Gauhati High Court occupied a unique position of being a common High Court of seven States of North East India, till 23.03.2013, the date of functioning of separate High Courts in Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura.
- The Gauhati High Court administers Justice in an area having enormous variations. Geographically, it is an assortment of hills and valleys. Ethnically, it is an extraordinary mosaic. The legal and judicial scenario is more varied. Divergent laws govern the people of the region. The indigenous inhabitants of the hill areas are primarily adapted to the conciliatory process rather than adversary system. Some of the customary practices for settlement of disputes practiced in this area are not only expeditious and lasting, but far more efficacious than the system followed in the supposedly advanced areas. The laws applicable to different areas may vary, but the entire area is administered by a common High Court. The High Court is a unique one, whereby a single institution exercises jurisdiction throughout the entire North East region. When the Constitution of India came into force under the provisions of sixth Schedule to the Constitution, District Council Courts were established in the Tribal Areas and as a result the jurisdiction of the Assam High Court was extended to the Tribal Area vide Assam High Court (Jurisdiction over District Council Courts) Order 1954.
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