High Court Orissa Jobs for Government Junior Grade Typist in Bhubaneswar
High Court Orissa
Post Name : Junior Grade Typist/ Data Entry Operator No. of Vacancy : 19 Posts Pay Scale : Rs.5200-20200/- Grade Pay : Rs.1900/- Educational Qualification : Bachelors Degree in any Discipline From a Recognized University or such other qualification equivalent thereto and type writing with a minimum speed of 40 words per minute and should have passed in Computer Application from any Government Diploma recognised institute. Nationality : Indian Age Limit : 21 to 35 Years as on 01.01.2016 Job Location : Orissa Selection Process : Selection will be based on Written Test & Viva-Vice. Application Fee : Candidates are required to pay Rs.100/- only in shape of Treasury Challan- under the Head 0070-0ther Administrative Services 0 1 Administration of Justice 501 Services and Services Fees 9903220 Home Department 9915770 -Examination Fees or through online by using Credit Card / Debit Card / Net Banking System. The S.C. and S.T. Candidates are exempted from paying the Examination Fees. How to Apply High Court Orissa Vacancy : Interested Candidates may apply on-line through the website www.orissahighcourt.nic.in on or before 11.04.2016. Candidates are required to send signed copy of ONLlNE application along with self attested xerox copies of certificates in support of their Age, Educational qualification, Technical qualification, Caste, Experience etc. and all Mark Sheets addressing to the Special Officer (Special Cell), Orissa High Court, Cuttack by post within 7 days from the last date of submission of Online application.
Bachelors Degree in any Discipline From a Recognized University or such other qualification equivalent thereto and type writing with a minimum speed of 40 words per minute and should have passed in Computer Application from any Government Diploma recognised institute.
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2016-03-26 to 2016-03-31
About High court orissa
At the commencement of the 20th Century Bengal Presidency was a vast province including Assam, Bihar and Orissa. It was really difficult to manage administratively such vast areas inhabited by people speaking in different languages and having different traditions. Administrative exigencies required separation of such areas which originally did not from part of Bengal. In 1905 Lord Curzon, however, with a sinister motive of wedging a division among the Bengal nationalists on communal basis partitioned Bengal into two parts and formed a new province with Assam and Eastern Bengal. Bihar and Orissa were retained with remaining parts of Bengal as province of Bengal. Lord Curzon did not hide his real motive when he pointed out to the Muslims of Eastern Bengal that the new province of Eastern Bengal and Assam was conceived as a Muslim majority province. Partition of Bengal stimulated nation-wide protest. It was opposed by all sections of Bengalees. Fierce agitation ultimately compelled the British to re-partition. The two parts of Bengal were again united. Bihar and Orissa were separated from Bengal Presidency to from new province of Bihar. By a notification dated March 22, 1912 new province of Bihar and Orissa was formed. However, still the said new province of Bihar and Orissa was under the jurisdiction of Calcutta High Court.
On February 9, 1916 in exercise of the powers under section 113 of the Government of India Act, 1915, the King of England issued Letters Patent constituting High Court of Patna. Orissa was placed under the jurisdiction of Patna High Court.
On May 18, 1916 Circuit Court of Patna High Court for Orissa held its first sitting at Cuttack Shri Madhu Sudan Das was then the President of the Cuttack Bar Association. It his address wel-coming the Circuit Court he expressed hope that the Circuit Court would become a permanent Bench for Orissa in near future.
On April 1,1936 Orissa was made a separate province but no separate High Court was provided for it. On July 26, 1938 the High Court Bar Association at Cuttack adopted a Resolution demanding a separate High Court for Orissa.
On February 11, 1939 a Resolution was moved in the Legislative Assembly requesting the Government to constitute a committee to examine the question of establishing a separate High Court in Orissa.
By Resolution dated August 19, 1942 the Law Department of the Government of Orissa appointed a committee with Shri Bira Kishore Ray as Chairman, Sri C.M.Acharya, Sri Bichitrananda Das and Dr. Narasingha Rao as members and Shri J.E.Meher as the Secretary.
Report of the Committee was published for general information by Resolution No. 29440-J dated December 27, 1943. The conclusion of the report was :
The committee cannot conclude this report without considering two points which are strictly speaking outside their terms of reference. The first concerns of the Orissa States. It has long been hoped in British Orissa that a joint High Court might be set up covering both the province and the states. The Committee realise that there are constitutional difficulties in the way, though they feel that these need not be insuperable, and that this question is beyond the jurisdiction of the Provincial Government. Nevertheless the practical advantages of the joint High Court are so obvious that it must be mentioned. The second point is with regard to the first judges of the High Court . They recommend that the first three judges should be chosen one from the English Bar, one from the Indian Bar and one from the Indian Civil Service. They would prefer that the Chief Justice should be member of the English Bar.