Last Date:05 December,2019
Guwahati High Court
Guwahati High Court invites application for the posts of 06 System Assistant Vacancy 2019 from BCA pass candidates interested in GHC System Assistant Recruitment opening. Follow this article for System Assistant Vacancy
Name of the post – System Assistant
No of post – 06
Pay Scale – 14000 – 60500/-
BCA with 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade with at least 1 (one) year working experience OR B.Sc. with 1 (one) year Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science/ Application with 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade and with at least 1 (one) year working experience.
General Conditions:latest andhra govt jobs
- Merely satisfying the eligibility criteria will not entitle a candidate to be called for the written examination /Practical examination/ viva-voce etc.
- Candidates need not to submit any testimonial/ certificate at the time of submission of online application. However, candidates have to produce their original testimonials regarding educational qualifications, computer applications, date of birth, caste, working experience etc. at subsequent stages when asked for.
- Number of posts may vary at the time of final selection.
- Reservation of the posts will be as per existing rules.
- No person, who has entered into or contracted a marriage with a person having a spouse living or who, having a spouse living, has entered into or contracted a marriage with any person, shall be eligible for appointment to the aforementioned posts.
- The admission of candidates at all stages of the selection process shall be purely provisional and subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility criteria. If, on verification at any time before or after the selection process, it is found that a candidate does not fulfill any of the eligibility conditions, his/her candidature shall stand cancelled without any notice. Mere calling of candidate to written examination/skill test/interview etc. or issuance of admit card/call letter etc. does not mean acceptance of candidature of any candidate which shall be further scrutinized at every stage and the High Court reserves the right to reject the candidature of any candidate at any time.
- The provisional list of the candidates, with 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/viva-voce etc.
- Candidates who are already in the Government Service may apply after intimating their employers regarding submission of online application forms for the advertised vacancies. They shall have to produce “No Objection Certificate” from their present employer at the time of document verification and they shall have to produce release order at the time of appointment.
- The High Court may decide not to issue any admit card/call letter etc. to any candidate and may decide to call candidates to written examination/skill test/interview etc. by publishing a notification in the official website and notice board of the High Court. Candidates are advised to visit the official website (www.ghconline.gov.in) of the High Court regularly for updates and important information. Unnecessary correspondence should be avoided.
- Application form, which is incomplete in any respect, such as without the photograph and signature upload, is liable to be rejected summarily, unless otherwise decided by the High Court.
- Any information submitted by an applicant in his/her application will bind the candidate personally.
- 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 High Court may put the finally selected candidates on probation for a period of 2(two) years.
- The certificate of claim of reservation must be issued by the competent authority.
- District wise allocation of finally selected candidates and their transfer shall be as decided by the High Court. Decision of the High Court in all such matters shall be final.
- If any candidate is found canvassing directly or indirectly, he/she will be liable for criminal prosecution.
- The High Court reserves the right to cancel the advertisement, alter any terms and
conditions of the advertisement at any stage.
- The examination materials will be destroyed, due to scarcity of space, after one year of publication of the final select list, unless otherwise decided by the High Court.
- All other matters which are not specifically provided in this advertisement shall be as decided by the High Court.
- The Guwahati High Court was promulgated by governor general of India on 1 March 1948 after the Government of India Act 1935 was passed. Establishing the High Court of Assam with effect from 5 April 1948, for the then Province of Assam. It was originally known as the High Court of Assam and Nagaland, but renamed as Gauhati High Court in 1971 by the North East Areas (Reorganisation) Act, 1971.
- It has largest jurisdiction in terms of states, with its area covering the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Mizoram.
- After Indian independence, the Assam Legislative Assembly adopted a resolution on 9 September 1947 that a High Court be established for the Province of Assam. In exercise of power conferred by the Government of India Act 1935, the Governor General of India on 1 March 1948 promulgated the Assam High Court Order, 1948, establishing the High Court of Assam. It was inaugurated on 5 April 1948 by H. J. Kania, the Chief Justice of India. Sir R.F. Lodge was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the Assam High Court on the same day. The Assam High Court initially had its sittings at Shillong but shifted to Guwahati on 14 August 1948.
- Later, when Nagaland state was created on 1 December 1963, the Assam High Court was renamed as the High Court of Assam and Nagaland. On re-organization of the northeastern region of India by the North Eastern Area (Re-organization) Act, 1971, a common High Court was established for the seven northeastern states: Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Tripura, Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram. It was again renamed as the Gauhati High Court.
- After Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura got its High Court, the Gauhati High Court ceased its jurisdiction in these four states.
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