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Recrutiment of Clerks in High Court of Punjab and Haryana

Clerks,  Jobs & Vacancy in Others at  High Court of Punjab and Haryana, Haryana  Nov 2012
Job or Vacancy Description:
The High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh applications for filling up the following posts :

Clerks : 161 posts (UR-132, SC/ST/BC – 16, Ex-servicemen – 8, PH-5), Pay Scale : Rs. Rs. 10300 – 34800 and Grade Pay Rs. 3200/-,  Age : 18-30 years, relaxation in age as per rules., Qualification : Graduate.

Application Form : Application Fee of Rs.500/- ) in the form of DD drawn on any nationalized bank payable at Chandigarh in favour of The Registrar General, High Court of Punjab and Haryana, Chandigarh.

How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format which should be acquired either personally / or by post  by sending a DD of Rs.350/- (Rs.200/- for reserve category) drawn in favour of Registrar General, Punjab and Haryana High Court payable at Chandigarh

General Instructions:
1. Applications on prescribed form are invited for filling up of 161temporary vacant posts of Clerk (General 132, SC/ST/BC 16, Ex-servicemen 8,Physically handicapped 5 ( i.e 2 Low vision, 2 Hearing impaired and 1 Ortho pedically handicapped ) on the establishment of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh

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2.The age of candidates belonging to the General Category should not be less than 18 years and more than 30 years as on the last date of receipt of applications.For the candidates belonging to the reserved categories, upper age limit shall be relaxed as follows;1)

3. The conditions of employment/service and reservation for SC/ST and other categories shall be regulated as per provisions of High Court Establishment (Appointment and Conditions of Service) Rules 1973.

4. The candidates may be short listed for the main written examination on the basis of any criteria to be or an objective type test of Multiple Choice questions. In case the candidates are short listed by way of an objective type test, the same will be of the duration of 120 minutes and the candidates

5. Numerical Ability, General English, Reasoning, Clerical Aptitude, General Intelligence and General Awareness. The objective type test will be held at the tricity of Chandigarh,Panchkula, Mohali or at some other location to be notified to the candidates later on.

6. The Committee reserves the right to vary this ratio. If two or more candidates at the last number gets the same marks or are tied at the same number of marks, all such candidatesshall be considered eligible to sit for the main written examination, warranting the corresponding increase in the stipulated ratio.

7. No person shall be considered to have qualified the written examination unless he/she obtains at least 40% marks in the aggregate and at least 33% marks in eachsubject. The candidates, who qualify the written examination,

Tentative Last Date : 15-12-2012

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. When he visited the project on April 2, 1952, he declared Let this be a new town symbolic of the freedom of India, unfettered by the traditions of the past, an expression of the nation’s faith in the future….The new capital of Punjab will be christened as Chandigarh – a name symbolic of the valiant spirit of the Punjabis. Chandigarh is rightly associated with the name of Goddess Chandi -Shakti, or power.

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