High Court Of Kerala Jobs for Telephone Operator in Kochi

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Telephone Operator  job recruitment in High Court of Kerala

No. of Vacancy :1

Qualification :  1. Plus Two or equivalent .2. Diploma in Electronics awarded by an institution recognized by the Government .3. Six months' experience as Telephone Operator / Receptionist and in Computer operation .4. Fluency in English,Malayalam and Hindi.

Scale of Pay :Rs. 22200 – 48000

AgeLimit :  Candidates born between 02/01/1983 and 01/01/2001 (both days inclusive) are eligible to apply. Candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes born between 02/01/1978 and 01/01/2001 ( both days inclusive) are eligible to apply. Candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes born between 02/01/1980 and 01/01/2001(both days inclusive) are eligible to apply. A candidate who is an Ex-serviceman or Ex-general Reserve Engineer Force person or a disembodied Territorial Army person, in reckoning the age for his eligibility for appointment can exclude the period of his service in the defence forces or in the General Reserve Engineer Force or in the Territorial Army, as the case may be, and the period of unemployment on discharge up to a maximum of five years provided he has not completed the age of 50 years.

Method of Appointment : Direct Recruitment.

Mode of Selection :  Selection will be on the basis of Interview OR Written Test and Interview having regard to the number of candidates.If the written test is conducted,it will be of objective type containing 100 questions – 50 questions will be based on the syllabus related to Diploma in Electronics, 30 questions from General knowledge/Current affairs and 20 questions from English language.

Application Fee :Rs. 300/-. Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes and Unemployed differently abled candidates are exempted from payment of application fee.

Important Dates:

a. Date of commencement of Step-I & Step-II Processes and remittance of application fee through online mode - 28.02.2019.

b. Date of closure of Step-I Process - 24.03.2019.

c. Date of commencement of remittance of application fee through offline mode. - 25.03.2019.

d. Date of closure of Step-II process and last date for remittance of application fee through online mode. - 29.03.2019.

e. The last date for remittance of application fee through offline mode  - 04.04.2019.

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The High Court is a Constitutional Court in terms of Article 215. It is a court of record and has all the powers of such court including the power to punish for contempt of itself. Every High Court shall consist of a Chief Justice and such other judges as the President of India from time to time deem it necessary. At present, the sanctioned Judge strength of the High Court of Kerala is 35 Permanent Judges including the Chief Justice and 12 Additional Judges. Every judge including the Chief Justice shall be appointed by the President of India by Warrant under his hand and seal. Every permanent judge will continue in office until he attains the age of 62 years. The Additional Judges are appointed for a period not exceeding two years taking into account the temporary increase in the business of the High Court. Such judge shall also not hold office after attaining the age of 62.

Kerala is a small state on the southwest corner of the Indian Union with a total area of 38,863 Sq. Kms, having a population of 2,90,98,518. When India became free, Kerala, as we know it today, was not in the geographical map of India. It was under two Princely States Travancore and Cochin, and Malabar, which was under the direct administration of the British. The Princely States of Travancore and Cochin were integrated into the United States of Travancore Cochin on 1st July 1949. Malabar remained part of Madras Province. Under the States re-organisation Act, 1956 Travancore Cochin State and Malabar were integrated to form the State of Kerala, on 1st November 1956.

High Court of Kerala came into being from 1st November 1956, with its seat at Ernakulam. Its roots go back to the Rulers of Travancore-Cochin, to Colonel Munro - the British Resident and Diwan in the Travancore State and the political agent in Cochin State- the architect of the well regulated judicial system in both these native states, to the High Court of Madras with its tradition of a hundred years and over, to the Travancore High Court, to the Cochin High Court and to the Travancore Cochin High Court.

Till the time of Colonel Munro who was the British Resident and Diwan of Travancore there was no provision for the administration of justice in the form of independent Tribunals. In order to reform the Judicial System he submitted a regulation to reorganise the courts. Her Highness the Rani who insisted upon the preservation of the trial by ordeal passed the Regulation in 1811.

In 1811, Zilla courts were established and in 1814, a Huzur Court (Court of Appeal) was also established. The Huzur Court was the final court of appeal. The Sadar Court replaced this court of appeal (Huzur Court) in 1861. The Sadar Court practically possessed all the powers now exercised by the High Court, it functioned from 1861 to 1881. The High Court of Travancore was established in 1887 with five Judges, one of whom was the Chief Justice with a Pandit to advise the judges on points of Hindu Law, by the illustrious sovereign Sri. Visakham Thirunal of revered memory. The first Chief Justice of Travancore High Court was Mr. Ramachandra Iyer a young man of 35 then.

It was during the Diwanship of Col. Munro in 1812 A.D. that graded law courts came to be established for the first time in Cochin State. Prior to that Desavazhis and Naduvazhis settled disputes according to custom. More serious disputes were sometimes taken to the king himself. Col.Munro established two Sub Courts one at Trichur and other at Tripunithura. A Huzur court of final appeal with three judges was also established in Ernakulam. This system continued till 1835. The Huzur Court was reconstituted as the Rajas Court of Appeal and the Sub Courts were reconstituted as the Zilla Court. The Zilla Courts were given unlimited jurisdiction, but subject to confirmation by the Rajas court of appeal. It was in 1900 that the Rajas Court of appeal was reconstituted as the Chief Court of Cochin with three permanent Judges with Mr. S. Locke, Bar at Law as the first Chief Judge. Thereafter, during the Diwanship of Sri. Shanmukham Chettiyar, the Chief Court became the High Court.
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