Junior Clerk/ Copyist/ Junior Typist/ Stenographer Grade III

E Courts - Ganjam District
Experience : Freshers
Location : Cuttack
Posted on 04 Oct 19
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Job DescriptionLast Date 05 Nov 19

Junior Clerk/ Copyist/ Junior Typist/ Stenographer Grade III  job opportunities in E Courts - Ganjam District

Junior Clerk/ Copyist

No. of Posts :  44

Qualification :   12th with Diploma in Computer Application

Pay :   Rs.19900 - 63200

Age Limit :  18 - 32 yrs

Junior Typist

No. of Posts :  18

Qualification :   12th with Diploma in Computer Application and 40 wpm in English Type Writing

Pay :   Rs.19900 – 63200

Age Limit :  18 - 32 yrs

Stenographer Grade III

No. of Posts :  9

Qualification :   12th with Diploma in Computer Application and 80 wpm in Shorthand and 40 wpm in English        

Pay :   Rs.25500 - 81100

Age Limit :  18 - 32 yrs

Salaried Amin

No. of Post :  1

Qualification :   Matriculation

Pay :   Rs.21700 – 69100

Age Limit :  18 - 32 yrs

Selection Process :  Those qualifying on the basis of required eligibility for the concerned post will be called for written test, which contain 3 papers of each 100 marks. Candidates who got qualified in written test, will be shortlisted for Computer Science test (practical) of 100 marks. On the basis of practical test, candidates wull be called for viva voce test (45 marks).

Application Fee : Candidates are required to deposit examination fees of Rs. 100/- only in shape of the Treasury Challan under the head ' 0070-other Administrative Services -01- Administration of Justice-501-Services and Services fees - 9904650-law Department - 9916730 - Examination Fees for recruitment conducted by Orissa District and Subordinate Courts'. No fee for SC/ST candidates.

Job Type : Full Time
Interview Type : Written-test
How to apply

Application should reach the Office of the District Judge Ganjam, Berhampur, Dist. Ganjam, State: Odisha, Pin-760004 on or before 05-11-2019.

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Company Description
The British annexed Ganjam to their crown along with other Zamindars of Southern Orissa in the year 1766. But it was only  in 1803, the British Govt appointed Collectors and they used to function as the head of administration of Justice. By that time collectors were dealing with both civil and criminal cases. The relevant record discloses that Peter Cherry was the first collector of the District of Ganjam and he was vested with Magisterial  Power in 1816. Subsequently Ganjam and Vishakhapatnam Act 1839 came  into force and the Collectors were considered the be the agents of the Governor having been vested with the powers to try and dispose of both the civil and criminal cases. Accordingly the Collector of the Ganjam District used to discharge his duties as Judcial head of the District for both Civil and Criminal cases, Collector's Courts was located at Ganjam till the year 1815 and thereafter it was shifted to Berhampur and then to Chattrapur, the present District Headquarters.
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