Cachar District Judiciary Recruitment 2022: Applications are invited from citizens of India as defined under Article 5 and 6 of the Constitution of India for filling up the following Grade IV posts in the establishment of the District & Sessions Judge, Cachar, Silchar.
Cachar District Judiciary Recruitment 2022
- Last date: 31.08.2022
- Total Post: 11
|Post Name||Eligibility Criteria||Scale of pay|
|Grade IV||Candidates must have passed Class VIII or read up to Class XII(Candidates who have passed Class XII or above shall be ineligible to apply) Candidates possessing special skills will be given preference||Rs. 12000-37500/-G.P-Rs. 3900/-|
Candidates must not be less than 18 years and not more than 40 years of age as on 01.06.2022. The upper age-limit is relaxable up to 5 years for SC/ST and 3 years for OBC/ MOBC as per Govt. Rules. The upper age-limit in case of PWD candidates will be as per Govt. Rules.
How to Apply
Candidates must submit their applications on standard form (Assam Gazette Part-IX) addressing to the District & Sessions Judge, Cachar, Silchar mentioning in the envelop “Application for the post of Grade IV” either through post or by hand to the Office of the District & Sessions Judge, Cachar, Silchar. The candidates who intend to submit their application by hand directly shall drop their applications in the drop box which will be kept in the 1st floor of the new court building adjacent to Chief Administrative Officer’s chamber from 10.00 am to 05.00 pm in the working days w.e.f. 12.8.22 to 31.8.22.Applications must be submitted with self-attested copies of all testimonials/certificates in support of age, educational qualification and caste etc., (Candidates must furnish certificates in respect of special skills) along with 4 (four) recent passport size photographs with the application with MOBILE NUMBER preferably, Whatsapp number.
Candidates serving in Govt. Departments must submit their applications through proper channel. Applications must reach the Office of the District & Sessions Judge, Cachar, Silchar during office hours on or before 31.8.22. No application will be entertained beyond the said period. The undersigned shall not be responsible under any circumstances for any postal delay. Incomplete applications, i.e., those without necessary particulars, signature, photographs. testimonials etc. shall be summarily rejected.
Information given by a candidate in his/her application shall bind the candidate and if it is found to be false, his/her candidature shall be cancelled forthwith and he/she shall also be liable for criminal prosecution. Candidates shall download their call-letters from the official website of Cachar District judiciary (www.cacharjudiciary.gov.in) when available. No call-letters will be sent to the candidates. The selection process will done through personal interview/ viva-voce test (Any changes/ modification in the selection process will be notified in the official website). Candidates of EWS have to produce income & Asset certificate from the concerned Authority. No TA & DA will be paid for appearing in the interview.
The undersigned reserves the right to cancel the advertisement, alter/modify any terms of conditions of the advertisement at any stage which will be notified in the official website. Canvassing directly or indirectly will lead to rejection of candidature. Candidate is allowed to submit one application form only. Dates of interview will be notified in the official website in due course. Interview centre : Silchar (Date & Venue will be informed in the official website.
Cachar District Judiciary website?
Cachar District Judiciary Address?
District Judge Court Complex (New Building), Court Road, Pin-788001.
Cachar District Judiciary Contact Number?
About Cachar District Judiciary
Before independence, the Judicial proceedings were carried on by the Deputy Commissioner who used to grant pleadership “SANAD” after an informal test of respectability and ability. After partition, Assam got her own High Court and Assam Judicial Services was organized under Gauhati High Court. At first, post of an Additional District Judge, Subordinate Judge and Sadar Munsiff was created at Cachar and the district was placed under the District Judgeship of Upper Assam Districts at Jorhat. Later on Cachar got her own District Judgeship. On 7th September, 1955 separate independent judgeship was established at Cachar under Govt. Notification No. LJJ.135/55/23 and LJJ.135/55/24 dated 20th August, 1955 and Shri. S. K. Dutta (B.A[ Calcutta ], B.Sc[ London ], Barrister at Law) became the first District & Sessions Judge of Cachar District Judiciary.
The establishment of District Judge and Chief Judicial Magistrate comprises of 15 Courts manned by Judicial Officers of different grades. The Court of Cachar Judiciary were spread in 4 buildings among which are 1 two-storied building, 2 Assam Type houses and 2 old buildings which before independence were used by Britishers to keep their arms and ammunations.
The other Courts present under Cachar District Judiciary are:
- Family Court
- Industrial Tribunal
- Foreigners Tribunal
- District Legal Services Authority