Last Date:17 August,2019
JK High Court
Jammu & Kashmir
JK High Court aka High Court of Jammu & Kashmir invites Sarkari Job application for the post of 09 Research Assistant. Apply before 17 August 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 – Research Assistant
No of post – 09
Pay Scale – 40000/- (Per Month)
Law Graduate having a Bachelors Degree in Law from any School / College / University.
General Information:govt jobs
- Applical:ions in the prescribed format (Annexure-A) are invited from the eligible Candidates for temporary engagement against 09 positions of Research Assistants on a consolidated amount of Rs.40,000/- per month, as Honorarium for his/her assignment. The application forms are available on the Website of High Court of Jammu and Kashmir (wwwjkhighcourt.nic.in) and can be downloaded there-from. The applications complete in all respects with a recent Passport size photograph and a bank draft of Rs. 200/- in the name of Registrar General of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir shall be forwarded to the High Court on e-mail address (hcjrnu-jk©nic.in] and the Original application form along with bank draft and other testimonials by post to Registrar Judicial Srinagar/Jammu latest by 17″ August, 2019. However in case a candidate opts to deliver the original application form to the Registrar Judicial concerned within the prescribed time along with bank draft and testimonials by hand, he/she need not send his/her application form through email.
- A Candidate must not have attained the age of 33 years as on 1st July, 2019.
- The candidate must be a permanent resident of the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
- The candidate must be a Law Graduate (as on the date of appearing at interview) having a BachelorTs Degree in Law (including Integrated Degree
Course in Law) from any School / College / University / Institute established by Law in India arid recognized by the Bar Council of India for
enrolment as an Advocate, possessing a minimum of 55% marks in aggregate at Law Graduation (including Integrated Degree Course in Law) arid should not have completed two years after enrolment as an Advocate.
- The candidates studying in the final year / last semester of their Law Course will also be eligible to apply subject to furnishing proof of acquiring the Law degree qualification with minimum 55% marks in aggregate at the time of interview.
- The candidates studying in fifth year of the five-year Integrated Law Course will have to submit attested copies of their grade-sheet/marks card/transcripts until the end of the fourth year.
- The candidate must have knowledge of Computer, including retrieval of desired information from various search engines! processes such as Manupatra, SCC Online, LexisNexis, Westlaw etc.
- The candidate must have absolute integrity, honesty and good moral character, for which he/she will submit certificate of two responsible persons at the time of interview.
- The application form must be accompanied with a bank draft of Rs. 200/- in the name of Registrar General of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Applications received along with fee on or before the last date for receipt of applications arid found to be in order in all respects shall be considered for further process.
- The engagement will be purely on contractual basis initially for a period of one year from the date of taking up the assignment, which can be extended on year to year basis for a further period of not exceeding three years, subject to satisfactory performance and good conduct, on the recommendation of Hon’ble the Chief Justice / Judge concerned / the Committee of Judges or the Registrar Judicial of the Wing concerned on the basis of need.
- However, the assignment of Research Assistant can be discontinued even before the completion of one year, if his/her services are found to be
- On engagement the candidate must take up the assignment of Research Assistant within the period specified in his/her order of engagement. No request for extension of time for joining the assignment will be entertained.
- Research Assistant shall not be treated or deemed to be a regular employee in the Services of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir.
- Any Research Assistant intending to leave the assignment within a period of one year or extended period shall be required to give prior notice of one month with prior intimation to the Hon’ble Judge to whom attached.
- Any wrong or incorrect information furnished by the candidate shall lead to the rejection of his/her candidature at any stage.
- The date and place for conducting the test shall be notified separately through print media.
- No TA/DA shall be paid for the test/interview.
- Any application complete/incomplete received after the last date or by any other mode than specified above, shall not be entertained.
- The selection of Research Assistant shall be made in accordance with the selection process laid down in the guidelines as notified in the High Court Notification No. 578 dated 30.08.2016, as amended from time to time, vide Notification No. 1835/GS dated 14-03-2018, Notification No. 896 dated 20-10-2018 and Notification No.44 dated 07-06-2019 which are available on the High Court website (www.jkhighcourt.nic.in). The candidates are
advised to go through these Notifications before applying for the said assignment.
- The candidate shall be bound by the conditions /guidelines as prescribed in the above said Notification, in respect of responsibilities, duties and other conditions attached to the said assignment.
- The Research Assistant shall not be entitled to any allowance(s) or perk(s) other than the honorarium.
- 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. Thereafter, in 1928, by virtue of Order No. 1 dated 26.3.1928, the High Court of Judicature was established and for the first time the High Court was to consist of The Chief Justice and two Judges.
- On 26.3.1928, the Maharaja appointed Lala Kanwar Sein as the First Chief Justice of the Court and Rai Bahadur Lala Bodh Raj Sawhney and Khan Sahib Aga Syed Hussain as Puisne Judges. 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.
- The High Court was invested with powers of superintendence and control over the Courts / District judiciary. The 1996 (1939 A.D.) Act also constituted a 3 members Board of Judicial Advisers akin to the Privy Council in British India. The Board was to advise the Ruler in the disposal of the civil and criminal appeals against the decisions of the High Court.
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