Last Date:04 September,2019
High Court of Telangan
Advt No : 06/2019
High Court of Telangan State, Hyderabad invites Sarkari Job Application for the post of 122 Copyist. Apply Online before 04 September 2019. High Court of Telangan Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.hc.ts.nic.in
Name of the post – Copyist
No of post – 122
Pay Scale – 15,460 – 47,330/-
Intermediate examination conducted by the State Board of Intermediate Education or its equivalent and Must have passed Telangana a Government Technical Examination in English Typewriting by higher grade qualification.
General Information:latest andhra govt jobs
- Appointments will be made on the basis of the erstwhile Revenue Districts as on 01-10-2016 and such each District shall be regarded as local area.
- Training and Security Deposit: Every person appointed to the post of Junior Assistant shall, for the due and faithful performance of duties attached thereto, deposit an amount of Rs.10,000/- (Rupees ten thousand only) towards security at the time of appointment.
- No T.A. and D.A. will be paid to the candidates who appear for the computer based examination and interview.
- Mere applying and mere securing minimum qualifying marks in the computer based examination will not give any right to any candidate to be called for interview.
- All rights are reserved with the appointing authority to reject the application at any stage, if found to be false and the appointment shall liable to be cancelled if any information therein is found to be false at any later stage and the applicants are liable for prosecution for furnishing such false information..
- If the candidate furnishes wrong information with regard to category and caste they shall not have any right subsequently for selection in that particular category, caste etc., and in that aspect the selection authority is not responsible for the lapse on the part of the candidate.
- Selection will be made as per the Telangana Judicial Ministerial and Subordinate Service Rules, 2018.
- Candidates resorting to bring any influence of any kind will be summarily disqualified.
- No person who has more than one wife living or who has spouse living, marries in any case, in which such marriage is void by reason of its taking place during the life time of such spouse, shall be eligible for appointment by direct recruitment.
- No woman whose marriage is void by reason of the husband having a wife living at the time of such marriage or who has married a person who has a wife living at the time of such marriage, shall be eligible for appointment by direct recruitment.
- No person who has been dismissed from a State or Central Government service or from the service of Central or State Government undertaking or local or other authorities or who has been convicted by a Court of Law for an offence involving moral turpitude shall be eligible for appointment to any State or Subordinate Service.
- This appointment shall be covered by the Contributory Pension Scheme.
- No information will be sent to the unsuccessful candidates after announcement of list of qualifying candidates for interview/final selection.
- After establishment of new Judicial District Units, the staff existing in each of the Judicial District Units will be allocated to the newly created Judicial Districts.
- The High Court for the State of Telangana, Hyderabad, reserves the right either to increase, decrease the number of vacancies or cancel the notification, at any stage, without assigning any reason thereof.
- The High Court reserves the right to allot candidates to any centre other than the centres chosen by the applicant or to abolish/ create a new centre for administrative reasons. Request for the change of the centre will not be entertained.
- For regular students who have pursued their education from 7th class to 10th class in one District, those will be considered as local candidates to that respective Judicial District.
- For any reason if the applicant has not pursued his/her studies from 7th class to 10th class in one District, study period of 4th class to 10th class will be considered and where they have pursued their studies for maximum period, those will be considered as local candidates to that Judicial District.
- For the applicants who have appeared for SSC examination as a private candidates or studied in open school mode, they have to submit the Residence Certificate from the concerned Tahsildar for four (04) years preceding the year of passing S.S.C. examination in Annexure-I in terms of G.O.Ms.No.729, GAD, (SPF-A) Dept., dt.01.11.1975 in proof of the local candidature.
- The High Court of Telangana is the 25th High Court of the Indian state Telangana. Founded by the 7th Nizam H.E.H Mir Osman Ali Khan, initially it was set up as High Court of Hyderabad for the then Princely State of Hyderabad Deccan and later renamed High Court of Andhra Pradesh, as it was set up on 5 November 1956 under the States Reorganisation Act, 1956. The Andhra Pradesh High Court was renamed as High court of Judicature at Hyderabad in view of bifurcation of Andhra Pradesh state.
- The President of India, on 26 December 2018, issued orders bifurcating The High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad for the State of Telangana and the State of Andhra Pradesh into High Court of Andhra Pradesh with the principal seat at Amaravati and High Court for the State of Telangana with the principal seat at Hyderabad. The bifurcation and the constitution of separate High Courts for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh will come into effect from 1 January 2019.
- From 2 June 2014, after the Andhra Pradesh Reorganisation Act, 2014 came into force, it has been renamed and serves as a common high court for both of the states. A separate high court was established for Andhra Pradesh and inaugurated on 1 January 2019 and it was renamed as Andhra Pradesh High Court.
- The State of Andhra Pradesh was formed in 1956 by the separation of the merger of the Andhra State which was formed in the year 1953 from erstwhile Madras state and the Telangana area of Hyderabad Deccan which was acceded by Government of India on 17 September 1948 after the Nizam’s rule. On 1 January 2019, Telangana High Court was bifurcated into Andhra Pradesh High Court and Telangana High Court after the formation of state of Telangana.
- The High Court stands on the south bank of the River Musi. This is one of the finest buildings in the city, built in red and white stones in Saracenic style, by Nizam VII Mir Osman Ali Khan the ruler of the princely state of Hyderabad.
- The plan of the High Court was drawn up by Shankar Lal of Jaipur and the local engineer who executed the design was Mehar Ali Fazil. Its chief engineer was Nawab Khan Bahadur Mirza Akbar Baig. The construction started on 15 April 1915 and was completed on 31 March 1919. On 20 April 1920 the High Court building was inaugurated by the seventh Nizam Mir Osman Ali Khan.
- While digging the foundation for the High Court, ruins of the Qutb Shahi Palaces, namely Hina Mahal and Nadi Mahal were unearthed. The High Court looks beautiful and impressive from the Naya Pul Bridge at sunset.
- After its construction, a silver model of the High Court with a silver key was presented to the Nizam VII Mir Osman Ali Khan by the Judiciary during the Silver Jubilee Celebrations in 1936. The facsimile of the buildings was perfectly carved in a thick sheet of silver weighing about 300 kg. The model is now in the Nizam’s Museum in Purani Haveli.
- The main building of the High Court was constructed in the year 1919 by the then Nizam’s Government accommodating six judges besides accommodation for the office staff, record rooms and Advocates’ Hall.
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