CLERK, Jobs & Vacancy in Others at High Court Of Punjab And Haryana , Haryana Nov 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
The Central Recruitment Agency on behalf of the District and Sessions Judges of the various Sessions Divisions of the State of Punjab, invites online applications for filling up vacant posts of Clerk, in Subordinate Courts of Punjab.
Name of the post : CLERK : 400
Pay Scale : Rs. 10300-34800 + Rs.3200/- Grade Pay
Age limit as on 01.01.2012 : 18-37
QUALIFICATION : The applicant should possess a degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science or equivalent thereto from a recognized university. He should have passed matriculation with Punjabi as one of the subject and must have proficiency in operation of computers (word processing and spread sheets).
MODE OF SELECTION : written examination
EXAMINATION FEE :
(i) General Category Rs.500/-
(ii) SC/ST/BC/OBC/ESM of the State of Punjab Rs.125/-
(iii) Reserved categories of the other States Rs.500/-
DATE OF EXAMINATION : The written examination is likely to be conducted in the end of January/February, 2013 and Computer Proficiency Test in the month of February, 2013. The exact date will be notified on the website of Central Recruitment Agency
HOW TO APPLY ONLINE :The application can be submitted through online mode only.The online registration/filling of application forms by the applicants will consist of two steps.Registration Step I : Applicant will get his Registration ID and Password and will print ‘Cash Deposit Receipt’ for deposit of Fee in the designated bank (State Bank of India). Registration Step II : Applicant to fill the remaining particulars, fee payment details in the form, then to “LOCK & SUBMIT” the application form.Applicant should take a printout of his/her Online Application Form for future use and record.
I. The application can be submitted through online mode only. No other means/mode of application will be accepted or entertained in paper form, which is sent to the Central Recruitment Agency directly except in case of „in service? employees as detailed in term (VII) below.
II. The conditions of employment/service and reservation shall be regulated as per the provisions of the Punjab Subordinate Courts Establishment (Recruitment and General Conditions of Service) Rules 1997 as amended from time to time.
III. The benefit of reservation, age relaxation and fee concession will not be extended to the applicants of reserved categories of other States (except age relaxation to „in service? applicants, as provided in Rules).
IV. Merely satisfying the eligibility criteria does not entitle an applicant to be called for test. Honorable Central Recruitment Committee reserves the right to alter/modify or change any of the terms and conditions including selection criteria etc. spelt out in the advertisement.
V. All other conditions of recruitment not covered in the above Notice shall be regulated as per the relevant provisions of the Punjab Subordinate Courts Establishment (Recruitment and General Conditions of Service) Rules 1997 as amended from time to time.
VI. The certificate for the claim of reservation must be issued by the competent authority.
VII. The applicants who are already serving in Govt./Semi-Government/PSU/Corporations/ Boards should obtain „No Objection Certificate? from their present employer and upload the same together with the application form. In case the applicant is not in a position to submit the
VIII. The applicant should fulfil the condition of qualification on the last date of receipt of applications i.e. 19.12.2012 by Registration Step-I.
IX. The admission of applicants at all stages of the test will be purely provisional and subject to their satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions by way of furnishing documentary evidence in support thereof. If on verification at any time before or after the said test
X. Application submitted through online Form and mere issuance of provisional Admit Card does not imply that applicant has fulfilled all the eligibility conditions given in the advertisement and application is subject to subsequent scrutiny and the application can be rejected,
Tentative Last Date : 21-12-2012
About the organization:
Located on the north of India, 365 meters above the sea-level, on the foot-hills of Shivalik range, is the city beautiful,’Chandigarh’. It is the capital of two States of the Indian Union, namely, the Punjab and Haryana.Though it is the capital of two states, it belongs to none of them and is a Union Territory Before the partition of India, on August 15, 1947, the areas which are now parts of the Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, some parts of Himachal Pradesh and some areas falling in West Pakistan, formed the Punjab. Lahore was its capital.In the partition, Lahore was given to Pakistan. There arose the need to have a new capital for the areas of the Punjab that had fallen to India.In March, 1948, the Government of Punjab in consultation with the Government of India, approved a 114.59 sq.km. tract of land at the foot of the Shivalik Hills in Ambala district, as the site for the new capital. Le Corbusier, a well-known, French architect, was chosen to execute the project. India’s first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, enthusiastically supported the project and took sustained interest in its execution.
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