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Find latest high court meghalaya recruitment and jobs for 2022 on this page. If you are looking for jobs in high court meghalaya for the post of binder / casual staff, stenographer/ cook, law clerks, computer operator 01 post, stenographer 01 post, law clerk 04 post... then apply for these jobs on this page. You also apply online for high court meghalaya recruitment for the year of 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018 here and check minimum qualification, salary, age limit, exam pattern & last date for all jobs.You can check all more jobs from official website meghalayahighcourt.nic.in. Read more

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Law Clerk 04 Post


Location : Shillong
Education : LLB
Experience : Freshers

Meghalaya High Court Jobs Notification 2022 information for the hiring of 4 Law Clerk and Legal Research Assistant Posts has been released on the official website at meghalayahighcourt.nic.in. Candidates Planning to start their career with Meghalaya High Court can apply Offline application on or before 2022-09-15.

Law Clerk and Legal Research Assistant: 4 Posts

  • Qualification: The candidate must have obtained a LL.B degree from any recognized university in India whether enrolled or not as an advocate with Bar council of India or with any bar council of any state a candidate studying in the final year of any accredited law course will also be eligible to apply subject to furnishing proof of acquiring law qualification at the time of interviews a candidate must have basic knowledge of computer including retrieval of desired information from various search engines/ processes such as Manu Patra SCC online Lexis, Westlaw etc.
  • Salary Details: Rs. 22,500/- Per Month
  • Age Limit: 23-33 Years

Application Fee

All Other Candidates: Rs. 100/-
Mode of Payment: Demand Draft/ Postal Order to be Drawn in the name of Registrar General of the High Court of Meghalaya.

Selection Process: The selection will be based on Merit List, Interview

How to Apply: The candidate should affix the latest taken colored photograph in passport size with his/ her own signatures thereon and duly attested must attach with the application form, certified copies of the certificates in support of his/her age and educational qualifications, extra-curricular activities and computer knowledge. sent either by Speed Post, Registered Post A.D. Post office of the Registrar General of the High Court of Meghalaya. on or before 15th September 2022.

Educational Qualification

The candidate must have obtained a LL.B degree from any recognized university in India whether enrolled or not as an advocate with Bar council of India or with any bar council of any state a candidate studying in the final year of any accredited law course will also be eligible to apply subject to furnishing proof of acquiring law qualification at the time of interviews a candidate must have basic knowledge of computer including retrieval of desired information from various search engines/ processes such as Manu Patra SCC online Lexis, Westlaw etc.

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 15 September, 2022

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Stenographer 01 Post


Location : Shillong
Education : Any Graduate
Experience : Freshers

Meghalaya High Court Jobs Notification 2022 information for the hiring of 13 Stenographer, Junior Administrative Assistant, Junior Translator, Computer Operator, Mali Posts has been released on the official website at meghalayahighcourt.nic.in. Candidates Planning to start their career with Meghalaya High Court can apply Online application on or before 2022-07-23.

Stenographer: 1 Post

Junior Administrative Assistant: 9 Posts

Junior Translator: 1 Post

Computer Operator: 1 Post

Mali: 1 Post

Qualification

  • Stenographer: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with a diploma in Stenography in English with a minimum speed of 120 wpm in shorthand and typing speed of 50 wpm in computer.
  • Junior Administrative Assistant: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with knowledge of computers.
  • Junior Translator: Graduate with Hindi as one of the languages at the degree level with a Diploma/ Certificates course in translation work from Hindi to English and vice versa from a University/ Institute recognized by the Government.
  • Computer Operator: Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with Diploma Certificates in computers.
  • Mali: SSLC Passed from a recognized Board with Knowledge of gardening work.

Salary Details

  • Stenographer: Rs. 49000/- per month
  • Junior Administrative Assistant: Rs. 35100/- per month
  • Junior Translator: Rs. 30300/- per month
  • Computer Operator: Rs. 28400/- per month
  • Mali: Rs. 17400/- per month

Age Limit: 32 year

Age Relaxation: 5 years for SC/ST

Application Fee

Others: Rs. 400/-
SC/ST: Rs. 200/-
Payment Mode: Online

Selection Process: The Selection is based on Interviews.

How to Apply: Interested and eligible applicants may apply online through the official website meghalayahighcourt.nic.in on or before 23rd July 2022

Educational Qualification

Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with a diploma in Stenography in English with a minimum speed of 120 wpm in shorthand and typing speed of 50 wpm in computer.

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 23 July, 2022

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Computer Operator 01 Post


Location : Shillong
Education : Any Graduate
Experience : Freshers

1. Position: Computer Operator
 
2. No of Post: 01
 
3. Scale of Pay (Level in Pay Matrix): Level 7 (28400/-)
 
4. Eligibility Criteria/Experience: Bachelor's degree from a recognized University with Diploma/ Certificate in Computers.

 

Educational Qualification

Any Graduate

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 23 July, 2022

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Law Clerks


Location : Shillong
Education : Any Graduate
Experience : Freshers

Applications for Contractual engagement of 2 (two) persons as Law Clerks for a period of 1 Year under terms and conditions mentioned in Scheme for engaging Law Clerk-cum-Legal Research Assistants in the High Court of Meghalaya, which is available on the website http://meghalayahiqhcourt.nic, (Rules and Notification) are invited from eligible candidates having essential qualifications.

1. Post: Law Clerks

2. No of Post: 02

Age Limit:
Maximum age of the candidate as on ISt January of 2021 must not be more than 33 years.

Educational Qualification

Any Graduate

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 24 May, 2021

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Stenographer/ Cook


Location : Shillong
Education : 10th , 12th , Any Graduate
Experience : Freshers

Stenographer

No. of Posts  :  3

Qualification  :  Bachelor Degree with Diploma in Stenography in English speed of 120 w.p.m in Shorthand and 50 w.p.m in Computer typing

Pay :  Rs.18,300-35,100/-

Age Limit :  32 yrs

Cook     

No. of Post  :  1

Qualification  : H.S.S.L.C passed with Diploma in Cooking

Pay :  Rs.6,500-12,700/-

Age Limit :  32 yrs

Application Fee : Rs.200/- for SC/ ST candidates and Rs.400/- for all other candidates is to be paid by Online.

Educational Qualification

12th Pass (HSE), Diploma

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 04 March, 2020

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Binder / Casual Staff


Location : Shillong
Education : 10th
Experience : Freshers

Binder/Casual Staff  job recruitment in  High Court of Meghalaya
 
Binder/No. of Post : 01

Qualification : HSSLC passed from a recognized Board with Certificate in Book Binding.

Pay : Rs.6000/-
 
Age Limit : 18-27 yrs
 
Casual Staff/No. of Post : 05

Qualification : VIII Passed

Pay : Rs.6000/-
 
Walk In Interview will be held on 29–06-2019,12-07-2019. Candidates are to fill their applications in standard from for registration. 

Educational Qualification

10th Pass (SSC), Upto 9th Std

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 12 July, 2019

High Court Meghalaya Recruitment For Government Job Law Clerks Post


Location : Shillong
Education : LLB , Any Graduate
Experience : Freshers

Post Name : Law Clerks
No. of Vacancy : 04 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 15000/- (Per Month)

Educational Qualification : Candidates must be a fresh law graduate having a Bachelor’s Degree in Law (including Integrated Degree Course in Law) from any University/ College/ Institution established by law in India and recognized by the Bar Council of India.
Nationality : Indian
Age Limit : 33 years as on 01.01.2016

Job Location : Meghalaya

Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs.100/- through Demand Draft in favour of Registrar General High Court Of Meghalaya Shillong Payable at Shillong.

How to Apply High Court Meghalaya Vacancy : Interested Candidates may apply in application form along with Relevent document & Demand draft send to The Registrar General, High Court of Meghalaya at Shillong, M.G Road, Pin-973001 on or before 22.07.2016.

Important Dates to Remember :
Last Date for Submission of Application Form : 22.07.2016

Educational Qualification

Candidates must be a fresh law graduate having a Bachelor’s Degree in Law (including Integrated Degree Course in Law) from any University/ College/ Institution established by law in India and recognized by the Bar Council of India.

The Last Date To Apply For This Job Was : 01 July, 2017
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Find latest high court meghalaya recruitment and jobs for 2022 on this page. If you are looking for jobs in high court meghalaya for the post of binder / casual staff, stenographer/ cook, law clerks, computer operator 01 post, stenographer 01 post, law clerk 04 post... then apply for these jobs on this page. You also apply online for high court meghalaya recruitment for the year of 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018 here and check minimum qualification, salary, age limit, exam pattern & last date for all jobs.You can check all more jobs from official website meghalayahighcourt.nic.in. Read more

Shillong became the capital of the then Assam under the Chief Commissioner upon taking away its management from the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal vide Proclamation No.379 dated 06.02.1874 and Notification No.380 issued by the Governor General in Council. In the same year, in April, the Scheduled Districts Act, 1874 was enacted and the entire Assam under the Chief Commissioner was declared to be Scheduled Districts.

On 11th September, 1968 the Government of India announced a scheme for constituting an autonomous State within the State of Assam comprising certain areas specified in Part A of the table appended to paragraph 20 of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution. In terms of the said announcement, the Constitution (22nd Amendment) Act, 1969 was enacted conferring power on the Parliament for the formation of an autonomous State within the State of Assam. Accordingly, Assam Reorganization (Meghalaya) Act, 1969 (Act 55 of 1969) was enacted for establishing autonomous State of Meghalaya within the State of Assam making special provisions with respect to application of laws in Meghalaya. The autonomous State of Meghalaya comprises of the United Khasi-Jaintia Hills District and the Garo Hills District appearing at Serial No.1 and 2 of the table appended to paragraph 20 of the Sixth Schedule. The formation of autonomous State of Meghalaya is under paragraph 12A of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution of India inserted by the Assam Reorganization (Meghalaya) Act, 1969.
           
In 1970-1971 there was political reorganization of areas in the North Eastern Region which was brought about by the North Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971 (Act 81 of 1971). By this Act statehood was granted to Meghalaya and accordingly, the State of Meghalaya with its capital at Shillong was formed on 21st January, 1972 and before that, till January, 1972 Shillong was the capital of Assam and autonomous State of Meghalaya. Paragraph 12A after being substituted by the North Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971 provides that if any law or regulation made by the District or Regional Council under paragraph 3, 8 or 10 is repugnant to the law made by the Meghalaya Legislature, then the law or regulation made by the District or Regional Council, to the extent of repugnancy be void and the law made by the State Legislature shall prevail. With respect to Acts of Parliament, the power of the President to issue notification directing that any Act will not apply to Meghalaya was retained.
           
In exercise of the power conferred by sub-section (1) of Section 229 of the Government of India Act, 1935 as adopted by the Indian Provincial Constitution (Amendment) Order 1948, the Governor General of India was pleased to promulgate the Order with caption as "Assam High Court Order 1948" culminating into establishment of the High Court of Assam on 5th day of April, 1948 in the then province of Assam. Justice Sri. Hari Lal Kania, the then Chief Justice of India came to preside the inauguration of the High Court of Assam at Shillong on invitation of his Excellency the then Governor of Assam Sir Akbar Hydari and Premiere of the Province (L) Gopinath Bordoloi. Later on, the Assam High Court came to be known as High Court of Assam and Nagaland on constitution of the State of Nagaland under the State of Nagaland Act, 1962 which came into existence w.e.f. 1st December, 1963.
           
Under the North Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971 a common High Court in the name of Gauhati High Court was established for Five North Eastern States namely, Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Meghalaya and Tripura and two Union Territories namely Union Territory of Mizoram and Union Territory of Arunachal Pradesh, which also attained their Statehood by the enactments called the State of Mizoram Act, 1986 and the State of Arunachal Pradesh Act, 1986. Vide Gauhati High Court (Establishment of Permanent Bench at Shillong) Order 1995, Permanent Bench of the Gauhati High Court at Shillong was established and inaugurated by Hon'ble Mr. Justice A.M. Ahmadi, the then Chief Justice of India in the presence of His Excellency Shri. Madhukar Dighe, the then Governor of Meghalaya, Shri. S.C. Marak, the then Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Shri. H.R. Bharadwaj, the then Union Minister of Law and Hon'ble Mr. Justice V.K. Khanna, the then Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court.
   
Under the North Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971 and other related laws Amendment Act, 2012 separate High Court in the name of High Court of Meghalaya was established for the State of Meghalaya w.e.f. 23rd March, 2013. The High Court of Meghalaya was inaugurated by Hon'ble Mr. Justice Altamas Kabir, the then Chief Justice of India in the presence of Hon'ble Chief Minister of Meghalaya and the then Hon'ble Union Minister of Law and Justice on 25th March, 2013 in its new building.

Shillong Bar Association one of the oldest in the country was established in the year 1913 at Shillong; and some of the members of Association like Charu Datta, Lala B.K. Dey, Ahmed Ali Khan, Bar-at-Law, Rajani Goswami and F.A. Ali Ahmed (who later on became the President of India) were actively associated with the freedom movement. Rajani Goswami during 1930-31 and F.A. Ali Ahmed in 1942 for participating in Quit India Movement suffered imprisonment and they were given due recognition as Freedom Fighters. Other members of Association namely, H.R. Das and Rajen Mohanta were also arrested and imprisoned in connection with the 1942 Quit India Movement. P.C. Biswas, H.R. Das and Rajen Mohanta were awarded Tamrapatra and political pension by the Government of India in 1972 under the Central scheme. Shillong Bar Association had celebrated its centenary in the year 2013 and His Excellency Shri. R.S. Mooshahary, the then Governor of Meghalaya was the Chief Guest.