No.F.4(22)(a)-HC/2019/9263 System Officer /System Assistant job opportunities in High Court of Tripura
System Officer /4 Posts
Qualification: i) B.E./B.Tech. in Computer Science/ Information Technology/ Electronics & Telecommunication. OR
MCA/M.Sc.(I.T.)/M.Sc.(Computer Science) from a UGC/AICTE approved Institute/ College/ University.
ii) The candidate must have at least 2(two) years (full time) working experience in the relevant field from any Govt. Department or Multinational Company or Private Limited Company.
System Assistant /11 Post
Qualification: i) Graduates in any discipline and one year diploma in Hardware & Networking/ Computer Application/
I.T. from any Govt. recognized institute ITI/DOEACC. OR B.Sc.(Computer Science)
B.Sc. (IT)/ B.C.A. OR B.E./B.Tech. in Computer Science IT Electronics & Telecommunication from a
UGC/ AICTE approved Institute/College/University.
ii) The candidate must have at least 1(one) year (full time) working experience in the Hardware and Networking field from any Govt. Department or Multinational Company or Private Limited Company.
The duly filled in applications must reach the office of the Registrar General, High Court of
Tripura, Agartala on or before 29/06/2019 along with Postal Order/Bank Draft of
Rs.400/- (now- in case of Scheduled Tribe and Scheduled Caste candidates) incase of System Officer and Postal Order/Bank Draft of
Rs. 300/- (Rs.150- in case of Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes candidates) in case of System Assistant payable at Agartala in favour of the Registrar General, High Court of
Tripura, Agartala alongwith the documents & photographs as indicated in the application form.
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Dating back to the time of Mahabharatha, the very helm of the Kingdom of Tripura encompassed the greater part of Eastern Bengal stretching from the Bay of Bengal in the South to the Brahmaputra in the North and west and Burma, now Mynmar in the East. The earliest trace of the history of Tripura can be found in the Ashokan pillar inscriptions. The history points out that around the 7th Century, the Tripura Kings with the title of ‘Pha’ which means father, ruled from the Kailasahar region in North Tripura.