Karnataka High Court Recruitment 2017 Notification Typist 34 Posts – High Court of Karnataka invites application for the position of 34 Typist vacancies. Apply online before 30th April 2017.
Name of the Company:- High Court of Karnataka
Name of position:- Typist
Job Location:- Karnataka
Pay Scale / Salary (In Rs.):- Rs.11600 – 21000/- Per Month
Last Date:- 30th April 2017
Required Eligibility:- Degree
Advertisement Number:- HCE 30/2009
Total No. of Vacancies:- 34 Vacancies
Qualification/ Eligibility Criteria:- Eligible applicants applying for the position of Typist should have possess degree in science / arts / commerce / business management / computer application from a recognized university with 55% marks and should have passed senior grade type-writing examination in English and Kannada with knowledge of opening computers.
Candidate Salary detail:- Rs 11600 – 21000/- Per Month
Age Limit (In yrs.):- The age of the eligible applicant applying for the position of Typist should not be less than 18 years and should not be more than 40 years. The age of the applicant should be as on 30th April 2017.
Mode of Selection:- The selection of the eligible applicant applying for the position of Typist will be on the basis of written examination and personal interview.
Application fee:- Interested and eligible applicants applying for the position of Typist are required to pay application fee Rs 250/- for all other categories candidates and Rs 100/- for schedule caste categories candidates (SC) / schedule tribe category candidates through online payments or Challan.
How to apply:- Interested and eligible applicants applying for the position of Typist may apply online through official website http://karnatakajudiciary.kar.nic.in from 28th march 2017 to 30th April 2017.
- Starting date for the submission of application is 28th March 2017.
- Last date for the submission of application is 30th April 2017.
- Applicant must be citizen of India.
- If he is dismissed or removed from service or compulsory retired by any high court, government or statutory or local authority or other employer.
- Fee once paid shall not be refunded under any circumstance.
- Those applicants called for viva-voce will have to appear before the recruitment committee in the presence of the High Court of Karnataka.
- Applicants sent in any other mode except online will not be considered.
- Applicants claiming reservation under EXSM shall possess the certificate or release or discharge from military service and to produce the same whenever directed by the authority to do so.
- The applicants shall furnish 2 character certificate of good character one from the Principal of the institution / college in which he / she studied with study detail and another from a responsible person not being a relative who is well acquainted with her / him.
- Applicants called for the document verification at the time of viva – voce shall furnish the necessary original document with regard to educational certificate (SSLC or equivalent examination certificate to show the date of birth / degree and law degree convocation certificate and marks cadre / caste / reservation with regard to rural / physically handicapped / EXSM / Kannada medium and reservation claimed for local cadre for verification.
High Court of Karnataka is the high court of the Indian state of Karnataka in Bangalore the capital city of Karnataka. The High court functions out of red brick building known as Attara Kacheri. It is in front of Vishana Soudha which is the seat of the legislature of Karnataka. High Court of Karnataka is currently functional in Bangalore.
High Court of Karnataka can be traced back to the year 1884 when the chief court of Mysore was created with 3 judges and was designated as the highest court of appeal / reference and revision in the state of Mysore the earlier name of Karnataka. The court had district court / sub-ordinate judges to assist it on civil cases and a court of sessions.
The office of the chief judge was created and the designated person had the utmost authority in the court. In 1930, it was renamed as the High Court of Mysore and the chief judge was given the new name of chief justice. In 1973, it got its present name of Karnataka High Court.
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