Jammu & Kashmir High Court – 100 Class-IV Employees Posts
Post Recruitment: – Jammu & Kashmir High Court has issued a notification for the recruitment of Class-IV Employees on permanent basis.
Post: – Class-IV Employees
Location: – Jammu & Kashmir
Last date: – 17-September-2015
Age Limit: – Between 18-40 years
Advertisement Number: – 337
Total Post: – 100 posts,
Name of the Post: – Class-IV Employees
1- Kashmir Province: – 55 posts
|Baramulla||03 posts||01 post||02 posts||—|
|Budgam||03 posts||–||01 post||04 posts|
|Kargil||03 posts||–||01 post||—|
|Kulgam||02 posts||02 posts||–||02 posts|
|Kupwara||06 posts||01 post||–||—|
|Leh||01 post||–||–||03 posts|
|Srinagar||11 posts||01 post||01 post||—|
2- Jammu Province: – 45 posts
|Jammu||07 posts||01 post||–||—|
|Kathua||08 posts||01 post||01 post||—|
|Poonch||02 posts||–||–||01 post|
|Ramban||01 post||–||01 post||—|
|Rajouri||06 posts||01 post||01 post||04 posts|
|Udhampur||01 post||01 post||01 post||—|
For Process Server post – 12th classes passed from recognized board.
For Sweeper/ Chowkidar & Orderly posts – 10th classes passed from recognized board.
Pay Scale: –
For Process Server post – Rs. 5200-20200 + 1900/- per month.
For Sweeper/ Chowkidar & Orderly posts – Rs. 4440-7440 + 1300/- per month.
Age limit: – Between 18-40 years as on 01st January-2015.
Age Relaxation: – The upper age limit relaxable up to 02/03 years for PWD candidates & reserved categories candidates.
Selection Process: – Candidates will be selected on the basis of test/ performance in interview.
How to apply: – Candidates application should be forwarded by post along with self attested copies of educational certificate addressed to The office of Pr. District & Sessions Judge of the concerned District, till date 17th September-2015.
About J & K High Court
High Court of Judicature for the Jammu and Kashmir State was established in the year 1928. Prior to the establishment of High Court of Judicature. The Ruler of the State (Maharaja) was the final authority in the administration of justice. In the year 1889, the British Government asked the then Ruler of the State, Maharaja Partap Singh to appoint a Council and the Judicial member of the Council exercised all the appellate powers both on civil and criminal side.