Last Date:21 October,2019
Bombay High Court
BHC aka High Court Bombay invites Sarkari Job Application for the post of 165 System Officer & Senior System Officer. Apply before 21 October 2019. BHC Recruitment Qualification / eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.bombayhighcourt.nic.in
Name of the post – System Officer & Senior System Officer
No of post – 165
Pay Scale – 40000/-, 46000/- (Per Month)
Degree of B.E./B.Tech. In Computer Science/Engineering or Electronic Engineering or ,MCA or equivalent qualification from recognized University with one year experience and Must possess Network Certifications.
General Information:psu jobs
- The link of online application shall be made available on the official website of the Bombay High Court at https://bhc.gov.in/bhcsysadmin/ on 05th October 2019.
- The last date for submission of an application for is 21st October 2019.
- The candidates will be selected on the basis of educational qualification, experience and/or interview.
- The candidates holding grades shall get grades converted int percentage from the concerned Educational Institutions.
- The list of eligible candidates and the date of interview will be published on the official website of the Bombay High Court at http://bombayhighcourt.nic.in.
- At the time of interview, the eligible candidates shall submit two passport size photographs and the Original Documents along with duly attested photocopies thereof asmentioned in the online application and proof regarding conversion of grades into percentage,if applicable for verification.
- A person who is not more than 40 years of age, as on the date of publication of Advertisement shall be eligible for appointmentas Senior System Officer/System Officer.
- Provided that, the upper age limit in the case of the candidates belonging to SC/ST and communities recognized as backward by the Government for the purpose of recruitment shall be 45 years.
- No person shall be eligible for appointment as Senior System Officer/System Officer.
- if he is not a citizen of India;
- if he has been convicted of an offence involving moral turpitude or he is or has been permanently debarred or disqualified by the High Court or the Union Public Service Commission or any State Public Service Commission from appearing for examinations or selections conducted by it;
- if he directly or indirectly influences the ‘Selection Committee’ by any means for his candidature;
- if he is a man, has more than one wife living and if a woman has married a man already having another wife;
- if he has more than two children.
- For the purpose of this clause, where a couple has only one child, any number of children born out of a single subsequent delivery shall be deemed to be one child.
- The Appointing Authority may terminate the services of Senior System Officer/System Officer at any time and without assigning any reason, with one month’s notice or one month’s pay in lieu thereof and upon such termination the Senior System Officer/System Officer shall immediately cease to hold such office.
- Every person appointed as a Senior System Officer/System Officer shall undergo such training as may be prescribed by the High Court from time to time.
- The High Court of Bombay, which is the chartered High Court and one of the oldest High Courts in the Country. It has Appellate Jurisdiction over the State of Maharashtra, Goa, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli. In addition to the Principal Seat at Bombay, it has benches at Aurangabad, Nagpur, Panaji(Goa).
- The Legal history of Bombay may be said to have begun in 1661, when it became a British possession. The Town and Island of Bombay was received by the British as a part of the dowry of the Portuguese Princess Catherine of Braganza, sister of Alphonso VI, the then Portuguese Monarch, when she married King Charles II . Bombay then was little more than a small fishing village consisting of a few straggling huts of Kolis, its indigenous inhabitants; and its harbour, destined in the course of years to develop into the greatest and most important commercial seaport in the East, sheltered only a few fishing boats. Charles II transferred it to the East India Company in 1668 for an insignificant annual rent of 10 Pounds The remote ancestry of the High Court, though interesting is not quite inspiring, until we come to the Recorder’s Court established under the Charter of 1798. Confining ourselves to the British period- for there is no conceivable connection between our High Court today and such Courts of law as existed in the Portuguese, and still earlier Muslim eras- the judicial history of Bombay commences with the Charter of 1668 accompanying the transfer of Bombay from the Crown to the East India Company. In 1670, the administration of Justice was in the hands of Justices who held their sittings in the Custom Houses of Bombay and Mahim. The system of 1670 was very elementary and suffered from several drawbacks and the judicial system was too much identified with the executive government of the Island.
- The main architect of the Judicial system during this period was Gerald Aungier, the Governor of Surat Factory. He has been described as the “true founder” of Bombay. He was a man with liberal ideas and believed in a impartial administration of justice without fear or favor. But he was conscious of these defects and he was himself dissatisfied with the judicial machinery. Aungier was advised by the Company to select someone knowing something of law from amongst the Company’s servants in India. Aungier chose George Wilcox as the Judge and the First British Court of Justice was inaugurated in Bombay in 1672 with due pomp and ceremony. Fawcett quotes a detailed description of the opening ceremony on 8th August 1672.
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