Last Date:14 October,2019
Advt. No. : 21(LC)/2019-SCA(I)
Supreme Court of India (SCI)
SCI aka Supreme Court of India invites Sarkari Job application for the the post of 08 Court Assistant. Apply before 14 October 2019. SCI Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.sci.gov.in
Name of the post – Court Assistant
No of post – 08
Pay Scale – 44900/- Level -7
Bachelor Degree in Computer Science/Information Technology and 3 years Experience OR Master Degree in Computer Science and 3 years Experience.
General Information:faculty opening
- Applications are invited from candidates who fulfill the following qualifications and other eligibility conditions as on 1.9.2019 for selection of suitable candidates for appointment to 8 temporary ex cadre posts of Court Assistant (Technical Assistant cum Programmer) in the Registry of the Supreme Court of India, (the number of vacancies may change subject to requirement)
- The candidate should be above 18 years and below 30 years. Usual relaxation in age will be admissible to SC/ST/OBC/PH/Ex servicemen candidates as per Government Rules.There will be no upper age limit for the eligible employees working in the Registry of Supreme Court of India.The relaxation in upper age limit will not be applicable to the candidates who are working in other Government Department/Pub,lic Sector Undertakings.
- Scheme of Examination
1.Written (Objective Type)Test comprising of questions relating to General English, General Awareness,Reasoning and Quantitative Aptitude
2.Objective Type Technical Aptitude Test.
3.Practical Aptitude Test,
- Candidates who fulfill the prescribed qualifications, experience and other eligibility conditions as on 1.9.2019 should apply giving full particulars (Bio-data) as per proforma enclosed supported by copies of all the relevant certificates and documents and a passport size photograph to be affixed on the application, all duly self attested. Candidates who are already working in Government service should send their application through proper channel. Applications not found as per prescribed proforma and not supported by duly attested documents or attested photograph will not be entertained, Candidates who do not fulfill the prescribed qualifications and other eligibility conditions need not apply.
- After scrutiny of the applications, the candidates who are found eligible for consideration may be first subjected to Objective Type Written Test and Technical Aptitude Test and those who qualify in these Tests will be called to appear for the Practical Aptitude Test and those who qualify in the Practical Aptitude Test will then be called for an interview. The candidates who qualify in the prescribed tests and interview will be empanelled in the order of merit for appointment as Court Assistant (Technical Assistant-cum-Programmer).
- No TA/DA will be payable to the candidates for appearing in the Examination/Interview.
- The Registy reserves the right to cancel/restrict/enlarge/modify/alter the recruitment process, if needed, without issuing any notice. in case of any disputes, Legal jurisdiction will be Delhi.
- The applications in a sealed cover indicating Application for the post of “Court Assistant (Technical Assistant-cum-Programmer)” thereon and addressed to Registrar (Admn.l), Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi-110201 may be sent so as to reach him on or before 188.8.131.529 Applications received after due date will not be entertained.
- Reservation in direct recruitment for the candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled. Tribes shall be in accordance with the Rules, Orders and Notifications issued from time to time by the Government of India in respect of posts carrying the pay scale corresponding to the pay scale prescribed for the post of Court Assistant (Technical Assistant .
- cum-Programmer), subject to such modification, variation or exception as the Chief justice may, from time to time, specify.
- The Supreme Court of India is the highest judicial court and the final court of appeal under the Constitution of India, the highest constitutional court, with the power of judicial review. Consisting of the Chief Justice of India and a maximum of 33 judges, it has extensive powers in the form of original, appellate and advisory jurisdictions.
- As the final court of appeal of the country, it takes up appeals primarily against verdicts of the high courts of various states of the Union and other courts and tribunals. It safeguards fundamental rights of citizens and settles disputes between various government authorities as well as the central government vs state governments or state governments versus another state government in the country. As an advisory court, it hears matters which may specifically be referred to it under the constitution by President of India. It also may take cognisance of matters on its own (or suo moto), without anyone drawing its attention to them. The law declared by the supreme court becomes binding on all courts within India and also by the union and state governments. Per Article 142 of the constitution, it is the duty of the president to enforce the decrees of the supreme court.
- In 1861, the Indian High Courts Act 1861 was enacted to create high courts for various provinces and abolished supreme courts at Calcutta, Madras and Bombay and also the sadar adalats in presidency towns which had acted as the highest courts in their respective regions. These new high courts had the distinction of being the highest courts for all cases till the creation of the Federal Court of India under the Government of India Act 1935. The Federal Court had jurisdiction to solve disputes between provinces and federal states and hear appeals against judgements of the high courts. The first CJI of India was H. J. Kania.
- The Supreme Court of India came into being on 28 January 1950. It replaced both the Federal Court of India and the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council which were then at the apex of the Indian court system. The first proceedings and inauguration, however, took place on 28 January 1950 at 9:45 am, when the judges took their seats. Which is thus regarded as the official date of establishment.
- The Supreme Court initially had its seat at the Chamber of Princes in the parliament building where the previous Federal Court of India sat from 1937 to 1950. The first Chief Justice of India was H. J. Kania. In 1958, the Supreme Court moved to its present premises.Originally, the Constitution of India envisaged a supreme court with a chief justice and seven judges; leaving it to the parliament to increase this number.In formative years, the Supreme Court met from 10 to 12 in the morning and then 2 to 4 in the afternoon for 28 days in a month.
- The building is shaped to symbolize scales of justice with its centre-beam being the Central Wing of the building comprising the chief justice’s court, the largest of the courtrooms, with two court halls on either side. The Right Wing of the structure has the bar – room, the offices of the Attorney General of India and other law officers and the library of the court. The Left Wing has the offices of the court. In all, there are 15 courtrooms in the various wings of the building.
- The foundation stone of the supreme court’s building was laid on 29 October 1954 by Dr. Rajendra Prasad, the first President of India. The main block of the building has been built on a triangular plot of 17 acres and has been designed in an Indo-British style by the chief architect Ganesh Bhikaji Deolalikar, the first Indian to head the Central Public Works Department. It has a 27.6 m (90 ft 7 in) high dome and a spacious colonnaded verandah. The court moved into the building in 1958. In 1979, two new wings – the East Wing and the West Wing – were added to the complex. 1994 saw the last extension.
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