Judicial Assistant job Position in Gauhati High Court - Kohima Bench
No. of Posts : 2
Qualification : (i) Candidate must be a graduate from a recognize University in any discipline, (ii) Candidates must possess Diploma in Computer Application for handling data and text on computer.
Pay Matrix : Level 10, Rs.37,800/-
ST (P) & ST (H) : 18-43 Yrs
PWD : 18-48 Yrs
Application Fees : Indian Postal Order (IPO)/Demand Draft of Rs. 100/- (one hundred) only payable to the Registrar, Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench, Kohima, Nagaland should be enclosed with the application form.
Selection Process : Written Test/ Interview
How To Apply For Judicial Assistant job Position in Gauhati High Court - Kohima Bench
Candidates shall fill the Application Form and paste his/her recent passport sized coloured photograph in the given space of the application form and shall sign across the photograph. 4 (Four) copies of the same photograph should be stapled in the top right corner of the application form and the candidate should write his/her name on the reverse of the stapled photographs. The envelope containing the application form should be super scribed as 'APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF (Name of the post applied for)' and the same should be addressed to 'The Registrar, Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench, Kohima, Nagaland, Pin-797001.'
The envelope containing the application form along with other relevant documents should be dropped in the DROP BOX labelled 'DROP BOX OF' APPLICATIONS FOR VACANT POST OF JUDICIAL ASSISTANT, KOHIMA BENCH' kept in the precinct of the Kohima Bench, Gauhati High Court, Kohima, Nagaland.
Last date for submission of application is 22.03.2019 till 5:00 pm.
About Gauhati High Court Kohima Bench
Nagaland, situated in the extreme North East of India is the beautiful land of the Nagas - an amalgamation of several tribes of Mongoloid descent whose people are simple, honest and truthful. The Nagas had a rudimentary system of delivering justice based on simplicity and truthfulness. This customary law was handed down the generations solely through the word of mouth differing in usage and practice among the various tribes. Though still unwritten, it continues to be practised in the village level for resolving minor disputes. Its relevance was such that when the Nagaland state was inaugurated, the people fiercely demanded its protection from the Indian system of laws. As such, the constitution of India has a special provision Article 371(A) which protects the Naga customary laws. However, with the advent of Indian system of governance, it became clear that Naga customary laws would not fully cater to the needs of the people. Thus the need to fill this gap began with the inauguration of the Circuit Bench of the Gauhati High Court at the capital Kohima, on the 1st of December 1972, by the Hon'ble Mr. Justice M.C.Pathak.