Last Date:07 March,2019
Delhi High Court
Delhi High Court invites applications for the post of 57 Senior Personal Assistant. Apply Online before 07 March 2019. Delhi High Court Recruitment Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules are given below… Official Website is www.delhihighcourt.nic.in
Name of the post – Senior Personal Assistant
No of post – 57
Pay Scale – 8th Level of Pay- matrix of 7th CPC
Graduate from a recognised University and having speed of not less than 110 w.p.m. in Shorthand (English) and 40 w.p.m. in Typewriting (English) on Computer.
General Instruction:psu jobs
- The medium of Examination(s) shall be English language.
- No scrutiny of applications for the eligibility and other aspects will be undertaken at any of the stages before Interview. Therefore, the candidature will be provisional only and subject to scrutiny at the stage of Interview. The candidates are advised to go through the requirements of educational qualification, age, reservation, relaxation, examination fee, etc. and satisfy themselves that they are eligible before applying. Copies of supporting documents will be sought at the time of Interview only from those candidates who will be shortlisted for Interview.When scrutiny is undertaken, if any claim made in the application is not found substantiated,the candidature of such candidates shall stand cancelled without any notice or further reference and this Court’s decision in this regard shall be final and no further correspondence shall be entertained.
- Candidates must fulfil the criteria relating to qualification, etc. on the last date of creating Log .In/registration. As regards age, the cut-off date would be 01.01.2019, i.e., candidates must fulfil the age criteria as on 01.01.2019. As regards candidates belonging to Persons with Disabilities(PwD) category and suffering from disability OL (One Leg) or BL (Both Legs) of 40% or more,the disability certificates should have been issued on or before the last date of creating Log In/registration.
- Candidates must invariably produce and submit true copies of the documentary proofs with respect to date of birth, educational qualifications, residential address( es), reservation, disability, relaxation, NOC in caSe of candidates already in government service, etc. before the Authority in this Court, whenever the same is demanded. Candidates belonging to SC/ST/OBC Categories must also invariably produce and submit true copies of valid Caste Certificate and valid NCL Certificate (applicable in the case of OBC candidates only) before the Authority in this Court, whenever the same is demanded. Failure to produce valid Certificates or any of the documentary proofs andlor submit true copies thereof, at the relevant point of time, shall result in cancellation/rejection of the candidature and no further correspondence in this regard shall be entertained.
- While applying for the post, the applicants should bear in mind that the selected candidates will also have to work even at odd hours and on holidays, if so required.
- This Court reserves the right to cancel a part or entire process of examination due to administrative reasons andlor in case of unfair means, cheating or other Irregularities/malpractice noticed by the Court.
- The candidature ofthe candidate will be entirely provisional and mere issuance ofAdmit Card or appearance at Written :rest, Skill Test(s) and/or Interview shall not entitle him/her to raise any claim for appointment to the post.’
- No TAIDA will be payable to the candidates for appearing in Written Test, Skill Test(s) andlor Interview.
- It is also notified that no correspondence (either by post or bye-mail received in this Court) with respect to the change of date of examination, eligibility criteria of any category, permissible documentary proofs and after conduct of the examination, with respect to the expected date of declaration of result, conduct of interview, etc., will be entertained. For such purposes, candidates are advised to visit the Delhi High Court website i.e. www.delhihighcourt.nic.in under the link Public Notice – Job Openings, regularly for updates.
- Application Forms can be filled up online by visiting the website of this Court, i.e., www.delhihighcourt.nic.in. The candidates already in Government Service should intimate their Department/Office where they are serving and shall be required to produce “No Objection Certificate” at the time of Interview, if declared successful in different stages of the Examination prior to Interview.
- There shall be no rounding off of marks at any stage of the Examination.
- The final select / merit list will be prepared by adding the marks secured by candidate(s) in different stages of the Examination, i.e., Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type), Main (Descriptive) Examination, EngUsh Shorthand Test and Interview.
- A non-refundable online fee of Rs.300/- (Rupees Three Hundred Only) along with applicable transaction charges will be payable by General as well as OBC candidates and Rs.150/- (Rupees One Hundred & Fifty Only) along with applicable transaction charges will be payable by the candidates belonging to the categories of SC/STlPersons with Disability suffering from disability OL (One Leg) or BL (Both Legs).
- It is clarified that the fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstances. It is also clarified, that no chargeback will be entertained. Therefore, the candidates, before applying, should ensure that they are eligible for the post.
- Age should not be below 18 years and over 32 years as on 01.01.2019. That is, the applicant should have been born not earlier than 02.01.1987 and not later than 01.01.2001.
- The upper age limit for candidates belonging to the. categories of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes shall be 37 years and 35 years respectively.
- For Ex-servicemen, there will be a relaxation of 3 years for General candidates, 6 years for aBC and 8 years for SC/ST, after de.duction of the military service rendered from the actual age as on 01.01.2019, subject to maximum age of 50 years.
- The upper age limit for persons with disability (PwD), having minimum 40% of physical disability mentioned above in this Notice, shall be relaxable by 10 years (13 years for aBC & 15 years for SC/ST).
- There shall be no. upper age limit for persons who are in regular service in this Court or the Courts subordinate to this Court, subject to their fulfilling requisite educational qualification.
- The eligibility of SC/ST candidates shall· be subject to the final outcome of WP (C) Nos. 5240/2018,5278/2018 and 7109/2018 pending before Hon’ble High Court of Delhi wherein the issue related to eligibility of outside Delhi SC/ST candidates is pending adjudication.
- On 21 March 1919, the High Court of Judicature at Lahore was established with jurisdiction over the provinces of punjab and Delhi. This jurisdiction lasted till 1947 when India was partitioned.
- The High Courts (Punjab) Order, 1947 established a new High Court for the province of East Punjab with effect from 15 August 1947. The India (Adaptation of Existing Indian Laws) Order, 1947 provided that any reference in an existing Indian law to the High Court of Judicature at Lahore be replaced by a reference to the High Court of East Punjab.
- The High Court of East Punjab started functioning from Shimla in a building called “Peterhoff”. This building burnt down in January, 1981.
- When the Secretariat of the Punjab Government shifted to Chandigarh in 1954-55, the High Court also shifted to Chandigarh. The High Court of Punjab, as it later came to be called, exercised jurisdiction over Delhi through a Circuit Bench which dealt with the cases pertaining to the Union Territory of Delhi and the Delhi Administration.
- In view of the importance of Delhi, its population and other considerations, the Indian Parliament, by enacting the Delhi High Court Act, 1966, established the High Court of Delhi effective from 31 October 1966.
- By virtue of Section 3(1) of the Delhi High Court Act, the Central Government was empowered to appoint a date by a notification in the official gazette, establishing a High Court for the Union Territory of Delhi. The appointed date was 31 October 1966.
- The High Court of Delhi initially exercised jurisdiction not only over the Union Territory of Delhi, but also Himachal Pradesh. The High Court of Delhi had a Himachal Pradesh Bench at Shimla in a building called Ravenswood. The High Court of Delhi continued to exercise jurisdiction over Himachal Pradesh until the State of Himachal Pradesh Act, 1970 came into force on 25 January 1971.
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