The Government of Haryana, the Sirsa Distric has issued a notification for the recruitment of 8 Peon, Process Server and Sweeper Post’s vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Peon, Process Server and Sweeper posting, are eligible to apply for Sirsa Distric Peon, Process Server and Sweeper posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the Sirsa Distric recruitment 2017 must have completed in Doctorate degree in Matriculation, Middle Standard with knowledge of Hind or Punjabi Sirsa Distric recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: Sirsa Distric
Total no of vacancies: 8 posts
Official Website: www.ecourts.gov.in
Location of Exam centers: New Delhi
Name of the Post (Designation): Peon, Process Server and Sweeper
Educational Qualification: Matriculation, Middle Standard with knowledge of Hind or Punjabi.
Pay Scale: 16900 – 53500/- per month
Age Limit: 18-42yrs
The last date for receipt of applications is 2nd March 2017
Official Notification: http://ecourts.gov.in/sites/default/files/public-appointment.pdf
Process servers are helpful in performing several tasks, such as serving legal documents, filing court papers and document retrieval. Their main task is to “serve” or deliver legal documents to persons involved in a court case.
The name of the district is derived from its headquarters Sirsa. It is said to be one of the oldest places of North India and its ancient name was Sairishaka, which finds mention in Mahabharata, Panini's Ashatadhayayi and Divyavadan. In Mahabharata, Sairishaka is described as being taken by Nakula in his conquest of the western quarter. It must have been a flourishing city in the 5th century B.C. as it has been mentioned by Panini. There are a number of legends about the origin of the name of the town. As mentioned earlier, its ancient name was Sairishaka and from that it seems to have been corrupted to Sirsa. According to local tradition, an unknown king named Saras founded the town in 7th century A.D. and built a fort. The material remains of an ancient fort can still be seen in the South-East of the present town. It is about 5 kilometers in circuit. According to another tradition, the name has its origin from the sacred river Sarasvati which one flowed near it. During medieval period, the town was known as Sarsuti. It has been mentioned as Sarsuti by a number of medieval historians. The derivation of name Sirsa, is also attributed to the abundance of siris trees[Albizia lebbock (Benth)] in the neighborhood of Sirsa which seems quite plausible for it finds some corroboration also in Panini and his commentator. In ancient period, Sirsa was also known as Sirsapattan.