Last Date: 01 Nov,2019
Sambalpur District Court
Applications are invited from eligible and bright candidates by Sambalpur District Court (Sambalpur District Court) for appointment on 10 posts of Stenographer and Various.Interested candidates may fill and submit completed applications to the given address on or before last date of 01-11-2019 .
Name of the post – Stenographer and Various
No of post – 10
Pay Scale – Rs 25500 – 81100,Rs 19900 – 63200,Rs 21700 – 69100
12th and Diploma in Computer Application / Matriculation examination or equivalent.
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- The candidates are required to submit their applications duly filled in and signed in full by their own hands furnishing the required particulars as per the prescribed format in FormA and AnnexureI as given below. The candidates shall enclose the required documents in the sequence as shown in the prescribed form. The candidates who are in Government service are required to apply the same through proper channel.Application received without full signature of the applicant will be rejected.
- Separate application forms should be submitted for each post mentioning the name of the post clearly (in CAPITAL letters with underline) on the Top of the Application and Envelope. All copies of testimonials shall be selfattested by the candidates.
- The application, if found defective/incomplete in any respect or noncompliance of any of the requirements mentioned in the advertisement shall be summarily rejected without notice.
- In case of receipt of large number of applications for the post of Junior ClerkcumCopyist/ Stenographer GradeIII/Salaried Amin, the Authority reserves the right to shortlist the candidates in accordance with Rules contained in the Orissa District and Subordinate Courts’ NonJudicial Staff Services (Method of Recruitment and Conditions of Service) Rules, 2008 as amended in the Amendment Rules, 2010 and otherwise the District Recruitment Committee is competent to adopt the method of processing the applications, scrutiny thereof and conducting the test. The decision of
the Committee in this regard shall be made final in every respect.
- The candidates need not submit their original testimonials with their applications,which are to be produced at the time of VivaVoce Test.
- The date of examination shall be intimated to the eligible candidates in due time by Registered Post/District Court website.
- The intending candidates applying for different posts may submit their applications by hand by way of dropping the same in the Drop Box available in the Civil Courts premises at Sambalpur during Office hours only on the working days as well as ensuing Durga Puja holidays (except Sundays), which fall in between the date of advertisement and the last date of receipt of the application forms (both the dates are inclusive).
- If the qualifying certificate of any candidate is found fraudulent, such candidate, if joined, will be prosecuted accordingly.
- Candidates who have not been awarded with percentage of marks but awarded with only “Grade Marks” should produce the conversion certificate along with their application indicating the actual equivalent percentage of marks and conversion formula.
- Caste Certificate, Odia Pass Test Certificate, PWD Certificate and Discharge Certificate of Exservice man must have been issued by the competent authority within the last date fixed for receipt of applications as indicated above.
- Any form of canvassing by the applicants shall entail rejection of their application forms.
- For details, a candidate may visit the following websites: www.districts.ecourts.gov.in/sambalpur & www.sambalpur.nic.in
- Sambalpur is known as the‘Heart’ of western Odisha. The history of Sambalpur is filled in rich heritage and culture. The presence of Judiciary in Sambalpur is from very long ago and it can be known after careful study of the history of Sambalpur.
- At the beginning of 20th Century Bengal Presidency was a vast Province including the state of Assam, Bihar & Odisha. In the year 1910, the Manbhum-Sambalpur Judgeship & Sessions Division was opened consisting of districts of Manbhum, Singhbhum and Sambalpur with it’s headquarter at Purulia in Bihar under the Jurisdiction of Calcutta High Court. The District & Sessions Judge was coming to Sambalpur once in every fortnight for Circuit Court.
- On 09-02-1916, Patna High Court was established and Odisha was placed under the jurisdiction of Patna High Court. The Court room of District Magistrate was opened in the year 1924-25, when F.C. King was the Deputy Commissioner at Sambalpur.
- After the creation of a separate state of Orissa in the year 1936, a new Judgeship named District & Sessions Judge Cuttack-Sambalpur was came into force with its head quarter at Cuttack, under the jurisdiction of Patna High Court.
- After the creation of Orissa High Court at Cuttack on 26-07-1948, in the year 1948, a new Judgeship named as Sambalpur-Sundergarh was created with headquarter at Sambalpur.
- On 1st May 1961 separation of Judiciary from the Executive took place. Again Sundergarh Judgeship was bifurcated from Sambalpur Judgeship on 01-04-1978.
- After the bifurcation of Revenue Districts from 13 to 30 in the state, there was a need for creation of more Judgeships in the state. Due to this reason Judgeship of Bargarh was bifurcated on 12-07-2011 and Judgeship of Jharsuguda was bifurcated on 24-09-2011 from the parent Sambalpur Judgeship.
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