CJM Majuli Recruitment 2022 | Peon, Driver, Chowkidar & Other Post

Application are invited from intending eligible candidates, who are citizens of India as defined in Article 5 and 6 of the Constitution of India, in the Standard Form of application for filling up vacant posts (highlighted hereunder in the table) in the establishment of Chief Judicial Magistrate, Majuli, Assam. The qualification, eligibility criteria and reservation are set forth in the table against the posts after taking into due consideration the relevant rules of government as amended from time to time.

  • Last date: 06.08.2022
  • Total Post: 07

1.Peon

  • Number of Vacancies: 03

Education Qualification

  • Class VIII Passed

Salary

  • Rs. 12,000-37,500+ GP Rs. 3900/- PB-1)

2.Process server/Jarikarak

  • Number of Vacancies: 02

Education Qualification

  • Must have passed HSLC exam.

Salary

  • Rs. 14,000-49,000+GP Rs. 5200/- (PB-2)

3.Chowkidar

  • Number of Vacancies: 01

Education Qualification

  • Class VIII Passed

Salary

  • Rs. 12,000-37,500+ GP Rs. 3900/- PB-1)

4.Driver

  • Number of Vacancies: 01

Education Qualification

  • HSLC
  • Candidate must hold valid driving license to drive.

Salary

  • Rs. 14,000-49,000+GP Rs. 5200/- (PB-2)
How to apply
  1. Candidates who will fulfil the requisite eligibility criteria must submit their applications in the Standard Form of application published in the Assam Gazette Part-IX and fill the form with BLOCK LETTERS using Black/Blue ball pen only. Paste one (1) recent passport size coloured photograph in the specified box and submit another two (2) passport size photographs with the application form. Put applicant’s signature in the box specified for signature.
  2. The filled up “Application form” along with the copy of age certificate, educational qualification certificate, caste certificate from competent authority, employment exchange registration certificate, forwarding documents, in case apply through proper channel, driving license (in case of applying for the post of Driver), experience certificate (if any), must sent it by post to the Office of the
    Chief Judicial Magistrate, Majuli, P.O. Garamur Satra, PIN 785104, Dist. Majuli (Assam), or may be dropped in the “Drop Box for applications” to be kept in the Office of the undersigned. The documents furnished with the application must be self attested by the candidates himself/herself.
  3. The applicant should superscribe the name of post in the top of the Envelope.
  4. Candidates have to produce their original testimonials regarding educational qualification, date of birth, caste certificate, driving license (in case of applying for Driver post), working experience (if any) at subsequent stages as and when asked for.
  5. Applications made in any other mode except as indicated above shall be summarily rejected without any communication.
  6. Applications should reach the office of the undersigned during office hours on working days on or before 06.08.22.
  7. The candidate should not be less than eighteen (18) years of age and not more than forty (40) years of age as on 01.07.22. The upper age limit is relaxable by –
    i) 5 years for ST and SC candidates, i.e. upto 45 years as per Government Notification No.ABP.6/2016/51 Dated Dispur, the 2nd September, 2020 issued by Department of Personnel, Government of Assam.
    ii) 3 years for OBC/MOBC candidates, i.e. upto 43 years as per Government Notification No.ABP.6/2016/52 Dated Dispur, the 2nd September, 2020 issued by Department of Personnel, Government of Assam.
    iii) EWS candidates must produce income and assets certificate of the family issued by the Officer not below the rank of Circle Officer as per provision of para 5 of Govt.OM No.ABP.07/2019/4 Dated 31.02.2019.
  8. In case of candidates applying for more than one (1) post, they shall have to file separate application for each and every post. Selection Board reserves the right to select for the particular post and Board’s decision will be final.
  9. Applicants who are already in Government service should submit their applications through proper channel. They shall have to produce No Objection Certificate at the time of document verification and release order at the time of joining from the present employer, if selected.
  10. Candidates applying for the post of Driver shall have to appear in a driving test to be conducted by the District Transport Authority, Majuli, Assam.
  11. No TA/DA will be admissible to the candidates for appearing in the screening/driving test/viva voce, etc.
  12. Incomplete applications in any respect will be rejected without assigning any reason thereof. No applications will be accepted, received after the last date of submission of applications through any mode. The authority shall not be responsible for any postal delay.
  13. Candidates will be responsible for any mistakes made by him/her in the application form.
  14. No individual call letters will be sent to the eligible candidates. However, list of eligible candidates to be called for written test/viva voce/driving test, etc. will be uploaded in the official website of District Judiciary and candidates are required to download the Admit Card from the official website as per instruction given in the website in due course of time.
  15. Candidates are advised to visit the official website (https:// districts.ecourts.gov.in/about-majuli-district-judiciary) of Majuli District Judiciary regularly to get updated information.
  16. If any candidate is found canvassing directly/indirectly, his/her candidature will be rejected.

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About CJM Majuli

Majuli a pilgrimage island of Assam where Vaisnavism has prospered since fifteenth century. The island is a paradise of biodiversity of flora and fauna, which is nurtured by the vast Brahmaputra River. It is known as the oldest and one of the largest inhabited riverine islands in the world and the place of numerous Satra Institutions carrying the heritage of socio-religious culture, and rich traditions of various art and literature. Majuli came into the prominence after the fifteenth century due to the Vaisnavite preachers and practitioners who stayed and established Satras here, primarily after the holy arrival of Srimanta Sankardeva, the pioneering Vaisnavite reformer and Saint flourished in significant way. He entrenched Vaisnavism in the land of Majuli through establishing the first Vaisnavite Satra at “Belaguri Dhuwahat” in West Majuli, which turned into a place of grandeur for the historic and auspicious, “Manikanchan Sanjog” (accumulation between Sankardeva and Madhavadeva). Sankardeva accumulated with his foremost disciple and associate Madhavadeva here and together propelled the new simpler form of Vaisnavism and started the socio-religious and cultural reformation of the place and then large number of monastic Institutions and Satras has been developed in the island of Majuli.

Majuli is also enriched by the vibrant multicoloured culture. The form of bhaona was introduced by Shrimanta Sankardeva to convey religious and cultural messages to the people through entertainment. Mask making is one of the most famous traditional crafts still practiced in Majuli. Manuscrot Writing, the practice of worshipping religious scriptures led to the emergence of paintings in manuscripts. Ankiya geet and Borgeets are the various types of music which have been composed since the time of Srimanta Sankardev.

Majuli is recognized as the first island district in India. Initially it was a subdivision under the district of Jorhat, however recently on 8th September, 2016 the then Hon’ble Chief Minister of Assam Shri Sarbananda Sonowal announced Majuli as a separate district.

The S.D.J.M. court at Majuli was established on 16th March, 1992 and Ld. Mr. N. Sarmah was the first Sub Divisional Judicial Magistrate. But on the day of 21st May 2022, the Hon’ble Mr. Justice Suman Shyam, Judge, Gauhati High Court & Portfolio Judge for the district of Jorhat in the presence of Shri Bimal Borah, Hon’ble Minister, Sports & Youth Welfare, Cultural Affairs, Power & Tourism, Govt. of Assam inaugurated the Majuli District Judiciary at Garmur and Hon’ble Judge Shri Nogen Senabaya Deori has taken over charges as the first District & Sessions Judge of Majuli, and Ld. Magistrate Shri Bankim Sharma as the first Chief Judicial Magistrate of Majuli.

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CJM Majuli established date?

The S.D.J.M. court at Majuli was established on 16th March, 1992

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