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Government Clerk / Peon

High Court Of Bombay At Goa
Job Description
Post Name : Clerk
No. of Vacancy : 32 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200/-
Grade Pay : Rs.1900/-
Post Name : Peon
No. of Vacancy : 14 Posts
Pay Scale : Rs. 4440-7440/-
Grade Pay : Rs.1300/-
Educational Qualification :
For Clerk : Possess University Degree, preference being given to the holders of Degree in Law.
For Peon : Should have passed at least VII Standard Examination
Nationality : Indian
Age Limit : 18 to 45 years
Age Relaxation :
For OBC Candidates : 03 years
For SC/ST Candidates : 05 years
For PWD Candidates : 10 years
Job Location : Panaji (Goa)
Selection Process : Selection process will be based on Examination in Shorthand, Typing and Viva-Voce.
Application Fee : Candidates have to pay Rs. 600/- for the post of Personal Assistant, Rs.500/- for the post of Shorthand Writer (Lower Grade)/Assistant Librarian/Clerk and Rs.200/- for the post of Peon/Sweeper through Postal Order in favour of the Registrar (Administration), High Court of Bombay at Goa, Panaji-Goa.
How to Apply for High Court of Bombay at Goa Recruitment : Interested Candidates may Apply in prescribed application form along with relevant attested copies of Certificate, character Certificate send by Registered Post or Speed Post to the Office of the Registrar (Administration), High Court of Bombay at Goa, Lyceum Complex, Altinho, Panaji-Goa 403 001, on or before 26.09.2016.
Candidate Profile
Possess University Degree, preference being given to the holders of Degree in Law.
For Peon : Should have passed at least VII Standard Examinatio
Looking for 10th , Any Graduate graduates profile.
Company Profile
About High court of bombay at goa
The establishment of the Bombay High Court Bench at Panaji opened a new chapter in the long and brilliant Judicial history of this Territory. Just before the advent of the Portuguese to India, Goa was ruled by Adilshah, Sultan of Bijapur He was the head of the Sultanate Judicial system, which had, at the top a Qazi. Below the Qazi, there were Judicial Magistrates, such as Vazirs and Amirs vested with original and appellate powers within their territorial jurisdiction. There were also other subordinate Judicial Officers. The Portuguese, at the beginning, did not alter the Judicial system which was in vogue at the time of the conquest of Goa but gradually, they went on introducing their Judicial system. At the beginning, somewhere in 1526, the usages and customs of the Gaonkars were codified and a chapter was introduced. Later on, a Chief Judicial Authority was appointed known as Tanador-mor and only in serious cases the Chief Captain and the Governor General of the Portuguese possessions in India were looking into them. Afterwards, the Portuguese appointed a Judicial Officer known as Ouvidor Geral or Auditor General. Finally, in the year 1544, a High Court was created and was designated as Tribunal de Relacao das Indias. The said High Court was headed by a Chancellor and had 3 sitting Judges. In the year 1774, the Portuguese Prime Minister Marques of Pombal abolished the Tribunal de Relacao and reintroduced the office of the Auditor- General with all the powers of the High Court. The Tribunal de Ralacao (High Court) was however re-established in 1776 and a Chancellor was to preside over the said Court with a Bench of 5 Judges.

This situation continued to be in force with slight changes upto the time of the Liberation when a High Court Tribunal de Relacao was functioning in this Territory with five Judges and had its Territorial jurisdiction extending over the Territory of Goa, Daman and Diu as well as the Portuguese colonies of Macau and Timor. A Judicial Officer of the rank of a High Court Judge was also functioning in the said Tribunal de Relacao and he was known as Procurador de Rupublica. His duties were multiple, for, besides the duties corresponding to those of the Advocate General, he was also the Legal Advisor of the Government of Goa, Daman and Diu as well as he was a sitting member of the Legislative Assembly and of the Government Council.
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