The Government of Arunachal Pradesh, the District & Session Court Yupia has issued a notification for the recruitment of 22 Sheristadar, stenographer Grade-II, Peshkar and other posts vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Sheristadar, stenographer Grade-II, Peshkar and other posting, are eligible to apply for District & Session Court Yupia Sheristadar, stenographer Grade-II, Peshkar and other posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the District & Session Court Yupia recruitment 2017 must have completed in completing their 8th, 12th, ITI, Bachelor Degree From ant Recognized Institute are Eligible to Apply for Yupia District Court Recruitment 2017. District & Session Court Yupia recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: District & Session Court Yupia
Total no of vacancies: 22 posts
Official Website: www.ghcitanagar.gov.in
Location: Arunachal Pradesh
Name of the Post (Designation): Sheristadar, stenographer Grade-II, Peshkar and other posts
Educational Qualification: completed their 8th, 12th, ITI, Bachelor Degree From ant Recognized Institute are Eligible to Apply for Yupia District Court Recruitment 2017.
Sheristadar- 9300-34800/- with 4200/-
Stenographer Grade-II-9300-34800/- with Grade pay
Peshkar, UDC, LDC, Driver-5200-20200/-with 2400/2800/- Grade Pay
Process Server, Office Peon-I, Office Peon-II, Chowkidar-4440-7440/- with 1900/- Grade Pay
Age limit: 18-33yrs
Selection Process: Written Examination, Personal Interview
Application Fee: For General/OBC Candidates Application Fee is-300/- For all other Candidates (SC/ST/PWD) Application Fee is-200/-
How to Apply: Candidates are to fill up in the common “Application Form” available with this Advertisement. Detail of application fee to be paid in the Form of IPO payable to " The District & Sessions Judge", West Sessions Division, Yupia, Papum Pare District, A.P
The last date for receipt of applications 21st March 2017
Stenographers, sometimes called court reporters, are responsible for court and medical transcription and live broadcast captioning for the deaf and elderly. They use shorthand and a steno machine to transcribe information and commit it to the public record.
A sheristadar was the chief officer in Indian court entrusted with the tasking of receiving and checking court pleas. The word has been derived from the Persian word sarishta-d?r meaning "record keeper".
The Gauhati High Court (Establishment of a Permanent Bench at Itanagar) order, 2000 came into force on the 12th day of August, 2000. The inauguration was done by the Hon'ble Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India, Dr. A.S. Anand. It is located at Naharlagun, a picturesque location about 13 Km from the Capital town, Itanagar and 12 Km away from the Banderdewa Check Post between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh.