Last Date:16 September,2019
Advt No : RHC-Exam Cell-JPA-2019-813
Rajasthan High Court
HCRAJ aka Rajasthan High Court invites Sarkari Job applications for the post of 69 Junior Personal Assistant (JPA). Apply Online before 16 September 2019. HCRAJ Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official website is www.hcraj.nic.in
Name of the post – Junior Personal Assistant (JPA)
No of post – 69
Pay Scale – 33,800 – 1,06,700/- Level -10
Graduate in any stream from Universities/ College/ Institutions established by law in India and basic knowledge of computer.
General Information:himachal government jobs
- Out of total 69 posts, 01 (One) post reserved for persons with benchmark disablities (Locomotor & Cerebral palsy) and 05 (five) posts reserved for Ex-servicemen.
- An Ex-servicemen” means a person who has served in any rank whether as a combatant or non-combatant in the Regular Army. Navy and Air Force of the Indian Union and –
- who retired from such service after earning his/her pension ; or
- who has been released from such service on medical grounds attributable to military service or circumstances beyond his control and awarded medical or other disability pension ; or
- who has been released. otherwise than on his own request, from such service as a result of reduction of establishment ; or
- Ex-recruits boarded out or released on medical grounds and granted medical/disability pension.
- A candidate for appointment to the service must be:(a) a citizen of India. or,(b)a citizen ofNepal. or (c) a citizen of Bhutan.
- A candidate for direct recruitment to the Service must have attained the age of 18 years and must not have attained the age of 40 years, on the first day of January next following (01.01.2020) the last date fixed for receipt of the application. PROVIDED that:
- the upper age limit shall be relaxed by 5 years in the case of the member of the Scheduled Caste or Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward Classes or More Backward Classes or Women candidates:
- there shall be no age limit in the case of Widow and Divorcee women candidate;
- the upper age limit for the reservists, namely defence services personnel transferred to the reserve shall be 50 years.
- the upper age limit mentioned above shall not apply in the case of ex-prisoner, who had served under Government on a substantive basis on any post before his conviction and was eligible for appointment under the rules.
- the upper age limit mentioned above shall be relaxed by a period equal to the term of imprisonment served in the ease of ex- prisoner, who was not overage before his conviction and was eligible for appointment under the rules.
- the upper age limit mentioned above shall he relaxed by a period equal to the service rendered in the N.C.C. in the case of Cadet instructors and if the resultant age does not exceed the prescribed maximum age limit by more than three years, they shall be deemed to be within the prescribed age limit.
- the Released Emergency Commissioned Officers and Short Service Commissioned Officers after released from the Army shall be deemed to be within the age limit, even though they have crossed the age limit, when they appear before the Commission. had they been eligible as such at the time of their joining the Commission in the Army.
- In the case of widow, she will have to furnish a certificate of death of the husband from the competent authority and in case of divorcee she will have to furnish the proof of divorce.
- It is explained that the above relaxation in age will be admissible only in one category.
- A cluster of Princely States with an oasis known as Ajmer-Merwara, a British India Territory, was given geographical expression as Rajputana. These Twenty and odd Rajputana States before 20th Century AD were dynastic and the Rulers were the fountain head of all Executive, Legislative and Judicial Authority in the States. As soon as the country got freedom from British Imperialism, the process of integration of the princely States to form bigger units was initiated.
- The State of Rajasthan was formed during the period March 17, 1948 and January 25, 1950 by integration of 19 Princely States. The Union of Rajasthan was inaugurated at Jaipur by Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel on March 30, 1949. At that time Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Bikaner and Kota were the leading states with more or less British style of Administrative set up. They had their own High Courts with a subordinate judicial system. Before inauguration of the new State, a committee consisting of Shri B.R.Patel, the then Chief Secretary to the Government of PEPSU, Lt. Col. T.C.Puri, Director of Health Service and Shri S.P.Sinha, Superintending Engineer, CPWD, was constituted to resolve the issues relating to location of the capital and the seat of the High Court. The committee submitted its report on March 27, 1949 with a recommendation that Jaipur should be made capital of the new State and the High Court should be located at Jodhpur. In the newly created State, five High Courts were functioning at Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Udaipur (being capital of United Rajasthan with a bench at Kota) and Alwar (being capital of Matsya State) with a total strength of 20 judges. The Rajasthan High Court Ordinance, 1949 abolished these different jurisdictions and provided for a single High Court for the entire State. Section 10(1) of the Ordinance laid down that “the High Court shall sit at Jodhpur and such other place or places, if any, as the Rajpramukh may from time to time appoint either permanently or for a specified period”. Sub-section (2) of Section 10 empowered the Chief Justice to nominate one or more of such judges of the High Court to sit at such place or places as he may direct. In exercise of powers under sub-section(3) of Section 1, the Rajpramukh of the State issued a notification on August 25, 1949 fixing the 29th day of August, 1949 as the date for inauguration of the High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan at Jodhpur. On the same day the Rajpramukh exercising the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 10 of the Ordinance directed that until further orders the High Court of Judicature for Rajasthan shall also sit simultaneously (1) at Jaipur to dispose of the work arising in the Jaipur and Kota divisions and (2) at Udaipur to dispose of the work arising in Udaipur division.
- The High Court was duly inaugurated on August 29, 1949. In an impressive function, presided by Rajpramukh His Highness Maharaja Sawai Man Singh, oath was administered to Hon’ble Justice Kamal Kant Verma (former Chief Justice of Allahabad High Court and former Chief Justice of Udaipur High Court) as Chief Justice alongwith 11 other judges. These 11 judges represented most of the princely States. Justice Lala Nawal Kishore and Justice Kunwar Amar Singh Jasol were from Jodhpur, Justice Kanwar Lal Bapna and Justice Mohd. Ibrahim were from Jaipur, Justice Jawan Singh Ranawat and Justice Sardul Singh Mehta were from Udaipur, Justice Durga Shankar Dave was from Bundi, Justice Trilochan Dutt was from Bikaner, Justice Anand Narain Kaul was from Alwar, Justice K.K.Sharma was from Bharatpur and Justice Kshemchand Gupta was from Kota.
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