Last Date:18 December,2019
Advt No : 12 of 2019-20
Odisha Public Service Commission (OPSC)
OPSC aka Odisha Public Service Commission invites Sarkari Job applications for the post of 51 Civil Judge . OPSC Recruitment Qualification/ eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official Website is www.opsc.gov.in
Name of the post – Civil Judge
No of post – 51
Pay Scale – 27700 – 44770/-
Graduate in Law form any recognized University.
Genearl Conditions:tamilnadu govt employment
- A candidate must be a citizen of India;
- He/She must be of good character and of sound health and free from any organic defect and physical infirmity.
- He/She must be able to speak, read and write Odia fluently and must have passed an examination in Odia language equivalent to that of Middle English School standard (i.e. Class/Standard-VII) within the last date;
- A person who has more than one spouse living will not be eligible for appointment unless the state government has exempted his/her case from operation of this limitation for any good and sufficient reason;
- Government servants, whether permanent or temporary or on probation against a vacancy in permanent/temporary posts in any department of government, are eligible to appear at the examination, provided they possess the requisite qualification and are within the prescribed age limit as provided under Para-4 of this advertisement. However, they are required to submit undertaking to the effect that they have informed in writing to their Head of office/department that they have applied for the examination. Further, they will be required to enclose, attested copy of the “No Objection Certificate” issued by the appointing authority, along with the certificates/documents to be submitted with printout/hard copy of the online application form, for OJS main written examination.
- The Government Servants as enumerated in Para-5 who offer their candidature for the examination should submit their applications through the Appointing Authority.
- Candidates should note that in case a communication is received from their employer by the Commission withholding permission to the candidates applying for/appearing at the examination, their applications will be liable to be rejected/ candidature will be liable to be cancelled;
- If a candidate has, at any time, been debarred for a certain period/chance(s) by
the Odisha Public Service Commission or by UPSC will not be eligible for such recruitment for that specified period/chance(s);
- Only those candidates, who possess the requisite qualifications and fulfill other eligibility conditions by the closing date of receipt of online applications, will be considered eligible;
- A candidate who claims change in his/her name after having passed the H.S.C. examination, is required to furnish copy of publication of the changed name in the local leading daily news paper as well as copy of notification in the Odisha gazette in support of his/her change of name.
- The selected candidates must be physically fit (other than PWD candidates) and shall be required to appear before the State Medical Board before final appointment.
- The period of probation is for one year.
How To Apply:
- Candidate must go through this advertisement available in the website of OPSC before filling up online application.
- Candidates must apply online through the website http://opsconline.gov.in. Applications received through any other mode would not be accepted and summarily be rejected.
- Before filling up the online application form, the candidates must go through the following documents available at OPSC portal.
i)Instructions to fill up the online application form.
ii)Guidelines for scanning and uploading of photograph, full signature & left thumb impression (LTI).
- Candidates are required to upload the scanned image of latest passport size colour photograph along with scanned image of his/her full signature and scanned image of left thumb impression (L.T.I.) in the online application form. The uploaded photograph, specimen (full) signature & L.T.I. must be in jpg. format only and clearly identifiable/visible, otherwise the application of the candidate is liable to be rejected by the Commission and no representation from the candidate will be entertained.
- The candidates are advised to submit the online application form well in advance without waiting for the closing date to avoid last hour rush.
- Candidates should keep at least two copies of latest passport size photograph which is uploaded in the online application form for future use.
- The candidates are required to take a printout of the finally submitted online application form for future use and take a printout of online challan (Pay-in-Slip) for payment of requisite fee at any branch of State Bank of India.
- On successful submission of online application form, a UNIQUE REGISTRATION ID number will be generated and displayed on the screen as well as top of the application form. Candidates are requested to note down the Unique Registration ID number and preserve hard copy of online application form for future reference & correspondence.
- At present, only the online applications are invited from Candidates for admission to the Odisha Judicial Service preliminary written examination. Candidates who will qualify in the main written examination are required to submit the printout/hard copy of the online application form along with Challan (OPSC copy) showing payment of examination fee and specified documents/ certificates etc. as provided under Para-8 of this advertisement, on the dates which shall be notified latter.
- Admission Certificate to the eligible candidates of OJS preliminary written examination/main written examination and intimation letter for interview to the eligible candidates will be uploaded in the Website of OPSC prior to the date of preliminary written examination or main written examination or interview, which will be published in the Website and news paper. The candidates are required to download their admission certificate/intimation letter from Website. No separate correspondence will be made for this purpose.
- Recommendations of the Royal Commission on superior services in India, 1924, referred to in short, as the Lee Commission, and now they find place in the Constitution of India in Articles 315 to 323. The Odisha Public Service Commission was constituted on 1st April, 1949 after it’s bifurcation from the former Bihar and Odisha Joint Public Service Commission. At the time of creation of the Odisha Public Service Commission the strength of the Commission was three including Chairman . The strength increased to five in the year 1979 and further increased to six in the year 1996.
- The Commission has acquired varied experiences and expertise in the matter of selection of personnel to various services of the Government of Odisha during its functioning for more than five decades. It has also gone a long way in achieving the purpose of drawing the best personnel for the public services of Odisha.
- Advice on the framing of recruitment rules and its amendments with regard to the recruitment and conditions of service of Group ‘B’ posts/services carrying scale of pay of Rs. 6500-200-10,500/- and above and Group ‘A’ posts/services.
- Advice on punishment proposed by the disciplinary authority in finalisation of departmental proceedindgs under the Odisha Civil Services (Classification, Control & Appeal) Rules, 1962 read with Rule 7 of the Odisha Civil Services (Pension) Rules, 1992.
- Advice on matters relating to promotion of officers and fixation of inter seniority etc., with regard to officers of Group ‘B’ carrying pay scale of Rs. 6500-200-10,500/- and above and all Group ‘A’ officers.
- Recruitment of candidates to different posts/services belonging to Group ‘B’ and above under the State Government.
- Through competitive examination and viva voce test as prescribed in the concerned recruitment rules; and
- Through viva voce test only.
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