Last Date:24 April,2019
District Court Vellore
District Court Vellore is inviting applications from eligible candidates for the recruitment to the posts of Typist, Night Watchman and Various on 72 posts. Only eligible candidates having required qualification need to apply.Candidates meeting the eligibility conditions, can apply to the posts by filling an application form and sending it along with all relevant documents to the given address on or before : 24-04-2019 .
Name of the post – Typist, Night Watchman and Various
No of post – 72
Pay Scale – Rs 20600 – 65500,Rs 19500 – 62000,Rs 15700 – 50000
SSLC Passed/Write & Reading Knowledge in Tamil.
General Conditions:government doctor jobs
- All applications should be submitted in the prescribed format through Register post only, Separate application should be submitted for each post,if more than one application received for the one post will leads to rejection.
- Only copies of certificates should be submitted along with the application and all the copies of certificates should duly be self attested by the applicant, Original Certificates need not be sent along with the applications.The applications received without copy of relevant certificates will be rejected without any prior intimation.
- All the columns in the application should be duly filled in and incomplete application will be summarily rejected. If
any of the claims of the applicant is found to be false,the candidature of the applicant will be cancelled without any notice.
- Applicants who intend to claim priority shall submit the copy of certificate with regard to the priority should be enclosed with the application.
- The unsigned applications and the applications received without mentioning the post for which applied will the rejection of the application.
- The applicants are informed to enclose a self addressed envelope by affixing Postal Stamps for Rs.25/(Rupees Twenty Five Only).
- A postal cover sent by an applicant should contain only one application.Applications of several candidates should not be sent in one postal cover.
- All further communications / Memo / Intimation for interview should be made only through website districts.ecourts.gov.in/vellore and districts.ecourts.gov.in/tn/vellore. No communication will be sent to the applicants individually,other than the communication made in the website, and so the applicants are advised to observe further communication in the website.
- The post of StenoTypists and Typist are purely temporary.At the time of appointment of TNPSC Candidates,the temporary candidates will be ousted from service without any notification.
- Concession of the Age relaxation will be made reference to the existing Government Rules / G.Os.
- The applications received after the last date will not be entertained under any circumstances.
- The Principal District Jude,Vellore has been vested with the authority to select the qualified and eligible candidates,to postpone the interview.If circumstances need to annul the advertisement without any prior intimation.
- The applicants are strictly instructed to follow the instructions issued along with this notification. Failure in following the instructions will lead to the rejection of the application.
- Vellore, the Head- Quarters of Vellore District situated in 12′ 35′ N and 79′ 9′ E , has a very interesting History of its own. A strategically located town, it is well connected by Rail and bus routes to major towns of the neighboring states like A.P. Karnataka and Kerala. The History of the district assumes a great significance and relevance, as we unfold the glorious past.
- It was under the sway of various dynasties and rulers, t0he prominent among them being the Pallavas , Cholas of Uraiyur, the Rashtrakutaa dynasty of Malkhed, Sambuvarayar, the rulers of Vijayanagarm, Mamathas, the Nawabs of the carnatic and the British.
- The Monuments found in the district give a vivid picture of the town through the ages. In the 18 th Century Vellore District was the scene of some of the decisive bettles fought in Ambur (1749) A.D Arcot (1751) A.D and Vandivasi (1760A.D) as a result of the long -drawn struggle between the English and the French for Supremacy. One of the monuments of Vellore is the fort and its exact date of construction could not be established, in the absence of proper records.
- A very close examination of the stone inscriptions suggests that the fort in all probability might have been built during the rule of Chinna. Bommi Nayak (1526 to 1595A. D) .
- The fort is one of the most perfect specimens of Military architecture in S.India.
- The Jalakandeswarar Temple inside the fort is very fine example of Vijayanagar architecture.
- The Kalyanamantap, on the left of the entrance, with intricate caring and delicacy of exaction, bears testimony to the engineering marble and advanced state of sculpture of the times. Another land mark that has put Vellore on the center stage of Medical world is the Christian Medical College Hospital. Dr. IDA Scudder, the American lady, with a missionary zeal, started her Medical work in 1900 A.D. by setting up a very small Hospital, which in the last hundred years has grown into a premier Medical Institution of international repute.
- The central prison in Vellore , set up in 1830 A.D. is another Historically important land mark as some eminent personalities and Freedom Fighters like Thiru. Rajaji, Thiru C.N. Annadurai, Thiru. K. Kamaraj , the former presidents of India Thiru. V.V.Giri, Thiru. R.VenkataRaman had served their prison terms here. The other note worthy monuments are the Mausoleums located in Aruganthampoodi area on the Vellore – Arcot road, where the family members of Tippu Sultan were buried and the Muthu mandapam on the banks of river of palar, a memorial raised by the Tamil Nadu Government to honor Vikarama Rja Singha , the last Tamil King who ruled Kandy (Srilanka ) from 1798 to 1815 A.D. He was imprisoned in Vellore fort for 17 years. The Role Of Vellore District in the freedom struggle Vellore District had always been on the fore – front in the struggle for freedom. In fact the Sepoy Mutiny of 1806 A.D. that broke out inside the Vellore fort against the British authority is considered to be a prelude to the Great Revolt of 1857, which is often described by some historians as the first war of Independence.
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