High Court Of Judicature At Patna Jobs for Cashier/ Assistant Cashier/ Assistant Court Officer in Patna
High Court Of Judicature At Patna
Cashier/ Assistant Cashier/ Assistant Court Officer job recruitment in High Court of Judicature at Patna
Online applications are invited from the eligible employees of the Court holding the post of Cashier, Assistant Cashier, Assistant Court Officer, Typists, Ex-cadre Assistants, Pass Distributor, Record Supplier, Treasury Sarkar, Data Operators and PBX Operators, Staff Car Driver, Daftary and other employees holding other Class III posts having lesser scale of pay than that of Assistant or with higher scale of pay if they forgo the claim of higher scale on appointment to the post of Assistant who have completed two years of continuous satisfactory service, for appointment to the post of Assistant in Level-7 of 7th PRC (pre-revised Pay Band-2 of Rs.9300- 34800/- + Grade Pay 4600) plus usual allowances as admissible under rules through a limited competitive examination in terms of Rule 7 (4) (ii) of Patna High Court Officers and Staff (Conditions of Service and Conduct) Rules, 1997, as amended up-to-date.
Qualification : The minimum qualification for the post is Graduation from a University and having proficiency in Computer Applications. The Praveshika, Sahitya Bhushan and Sahityalankar degree obtained from Hindi Vidyapith, Deoghar shall not be treated as valid qualification to be equivalent to Matric, Intermediate and Graduation respectively.
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Proclamation made by the Governor-General of India on the 22nd March, 1912 the territories of Bihar and Orissa which were formerly subject to and included within the limits of the Presidency of Fort William in Bengal, were promoted to the status of a separate province, and by Letters Patent, dated the 9th February, 1916 the Patna High Court was ushered into existence with Circuit sittings at Cuttack, and form the 26th February, 1916, the date on which the aforesaid Letters Patent was published in the Gazette of India, the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal ceased to exercise jurisdiction, Civil, Criminal, Admiralty, Matrimonial, Testamentary and Intestate, Enrolment, etc. in all matters in which jurisdiction was given to the High Court of Judicature at Patna. Thus the ancient city of Pataliputra had a High Court of its own in 1916 with Sir Edward Maynard Des Champs Chamier, Kt. Barrister-at-Law as its first Chief Justice and Sarvashri Saiyid Sharfuddin, Barrister-at-Law, Edmund Pelly Chapman, I.C.S., Basant Kumar Mullick, I.C.S., Francis, Reginald Roe, I.C.S, Cecil Atkinson, barrister-at-Law and Jwala Prasad, B.A., LL.B., as Puisne Judges.
The Patna High Court building on its completion was formally opened by the same Viceroy in a durbar held for the purpose on Thursday. The 3rd February, 1916. On this occasion Lord Hardinge made the following observations :- "I am about to perform an almost unique duty and one which I do not think has fallen to the lot of any previous Viceroy. I think when I look at this fine building that the people of this province may congratulate themselves in many ways on their new institution. It will be itself is an emblem of the great, and, perhaps, even weightier, in its decision as between the individual and the State. With my most earnest wishes that the labour of this Court may be inspired with wisdom, justice and mercy I will now proceed to open the building." The High Court actually commenced work from the 1st March, 1916. On that day the Honble Judges wore full court dress. They were robed in red gowns, wigs, black knee breeches, black silk stockings and buckled patent leather shoes. Exactly at 10.35 the Judges entered the Chief Justices Court room and took their seats on red morocco stuffed armless chairs on the dais. The Registrar of the Court, the Commissioner of the Division, the Commissioner of Excise and Registration and some local high officials took their seat on the dais behind the Judges. The Judges were welcomed on behalf of the Bar by Maulana Mazharul Haq, Barrister-at-Law. The Honble the Chief Justice then announced the establishment of a High Court of Judicature for the province of Bihar and Orissa and the transfer of Jurisdiction Hitherto exercised in the province by the High court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal to this Court.