E Courts – Deogarh District jobs for Junior Clerks/ Copyists / Junior Typist in Bhubaneswar


E Courts – Deogarh District – Job Details
Junior Clerks/Copyists and the Junior Typist recruitment in District Judge, Deogarh

Scale of pay of Rs. 19,900/- to Rs. 63,200/- under Level-4 and Stenographer Grade-III in the scale of pay of Rs. 25,500/- to Rs. 81,100/- under Level-07 of the ORSP Rules 2017

Jr. Clerkcum-Copyist /5 Posts

Jr. Typist /1 Post

Stenographer Grade-III /3 Posts

Qualification: A candidate in order to be eligible for the above post shall

a) have passed at least +2 examination conducted by the Council constituted under section 3 of the Orissa Higher Secondary Education Act, 1982 or its equivalent examination from a recognized Council, Board or University, as the case may be;

b) have at least passed Diploma in Computer Application from a recognized institute;

c) be over 18 years and below 32 years of age on the last date fixed for receipt of applications by the District Recruitment Committee, provided that, the upper age limit in respect of reserved categories of candidates shall be relaxed in accordance with the provisions of the Act, Rules, Orders or Instructions, for the time being in force, for the respective reserved categories;

d) be able to speak, read and write Odia and have passed at least a test in Odia equivalent to the M.E. Standard.

The candidates are required to deposit fees of Rs.100/- (Rupees one hundred) only in the shape of Treasury Challan under the head- 0070- Other Administrative Services-01- Administration of Justice -501- Services and Service fees – 9904650- Law Department-9916730 – Examination fees for Recruitment conducted by Orissa District & Subordinate Courts, and to submit the original copy of Challan along with their application forms.
Job Summary

Job Type : Full Time
Job Role : Accountant
Job Category : Govt Jobs,Finance
Hiring Process : Face to Face Interview
Who can apply : Freshers
About E Courts – Deogarh District
Deogarh District, also known as Debagarh District, was newly created on 1.1.1994, being bifurcated from Sambalpur District. Debagarh is the former capital of Bamanda or Bamra princely state of British India. The king of this princely state belongs to Ganga vamsi dynasty and one of the extended royal family of Gajapati emperor of Odisha.The District is surrounded by Angul District on its east and south, Sambalpur District on its west and Sundargarh District on its north. This is a district of Koshal region and is situated in the western region of the state having its head quarters at Deogarh town.

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