High Court Himachal Pradesh Jobs for Government 72 Clerks Vacancy in Shimla
High Court Himachal Pradesh
Post Name : Clerks No of Vacancy : 72 Posts Pay Scale : Rs. 5910-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs.1900/- Educational Qualification : Possessing Graduation degree from a recognized University and having basic knowledge in computers and candidates shall have to qualify Typing test with speed of 30 W.P.M in English on computers. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 18 to 45 years (as on 01.01.2016) Job Location : Shimla (Himachal Pradesh) Selection Process : Selection will be based on Screening Test/Mains/Written & Typing Test/Personal Interview/Viva-Voce Test. Application Fee : UR Candidates have to pay Rs. 300/- & Reserved Candidates Have to Pay Rs.150/- through Debit Card/Credit Card/Net Banking. How to Apply HP High Court Vacancy : Interested candidates may Apply online through the website http://hphighcourt.nic.in on or before 21.08.2016 & send the printout along with document& e-Receipt to The Registrar General, High Court of Himachal Pradesh, Shimla 171001 on or before 28.08.2016.
Possessing Graduation degree from a recognized University and having basic knowledge in computers and candidates shall have to qualify Typing test with speed of 30 W.P.M in English on computers.
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2016-08-10 to 2017-08-10
About High court himachal pradesh
Precisely, the former Princely States had different systems of Administration and set of laws and in most of the Princely States, the administration was run on the whims of the Rulers or Wazirs and their words were considered to be the law. Himachal Pradesh came to be formed as a result of integration of 26 Shimla and four Punjab hill States into a Centrally Administered Area on April 15,1948. On 1st April, 1954, the parts of Bilaspur were also merged with Himachal Pradesh having its Headquarters at Shimla. The head was the Chief Commissioner. The first Chief Commissioner was Mr. N. C. Mehta and he was assisted by his deputy Mr. E. Penderal Moon, ICS. On September 30, 1948, an advisory council was formed for the advice of the Chief Commissioner for administrative functions.
The Central Government promulgated the Himachal Pradesh (Courts) Order, 1948 on 15th August, 1948. As per Paragraph 3 of this Order, the Court of Judicial Commissioner was established for Himachal Pradesh and such Court was housed at "Harvingtan" (Kelston area, Shimla). It was vested with the powers of a High Court under the Judicial Commissioners Court Act, 1950. Besides the Court of Judicial Commissioner, two Courts of District and Sessions Judges and 27 subordinate Courts were also set up. The Court of Judicial commissioner started functioning on August 15, 1948 and in the same year, two Courts of District and Sessions Judges were also established. The Punjab High Court rules and orders with suitable amendments were made applicable to the courts in H.P. On April 29, 1967, two more District and Sessions Judges Courts, one for Shimla and other for Kangra were established.
However in the year, 1966, the Delhi High Court Act was enacted by the Government of India and w.e.f. May 1, 1967, the Central Government of India extended the operation of the said Act to the Union Territory of Himachal Pradesh, replacing the Court of Judicial Commissioner by the Himachal Bench of Delhi High Court, at Shimla and it started functioning in old High Court building known as "Revenswood". At that time, Honble Mr. Justice K. S. Hegde was the Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court. Honble Mr. Justice S. K. Kapoor and Honble Mr. Justice Hardayal Hardy constituted the first circuit bench of the Delhi High Court which held Court at Shimla in the building known as "Ravenswood".
The Himachal Pradesh attained the Statehood in the year, 1971, and established its own High Court with Headquarters at "Revenswood", Shimla, having one Honble the Chief Justice and two Honble Judges. The first Chief Justice of the High Court of Himachal Pradesh was Honble Mr. Justice M. H. Beg and the other two Honble Judges were Honble Mr. Justice D. B. Lal and Honble Mr. Justice C. R. Thakur.