The Government of Karnataka, the District & Sessions Court Kalaburagi has issued a notification for the recruitment of 8 Stenographers Post vacancies. The candidates who have passed required qualification for Stenographers Posts posting, are eligible to apply for University of District & Sessions Court Kalaburagi Stenographers Posts Recruitment 2016-17.
Educational qualification for the District & Sessions Court Kalaburagi recruitment 2017 must have completed in 10th passed from a recognized institute with Steno knowledge and shorthand District & Sessions Court Kalaburagi recruitment 2017.
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Name of the Organization: District & Sessions Court Kalaburagi
Total no of vacancies: 8 posts
Official Website: www.ecourts.gov.in
Location of Exam centers: Kalaburagi
Name of the Post (Designation): Stenographers
Educational Qualification: 10th passed from a recognized institute with Steno knowledge and shorthand.
Pay Scale: 14550-26700/- per month
Age Limit: 18 - 35 years
Selection Process: Written test and Interview
Application fee: 200 for General/OBC and No fee for ST/SC/PWD/ Categories through online payment mode using SBI collect facility.
How to apply: Online Processes
The last date for receipt of applications 2nd March 2017
A stenographer, or court reporter, works in the courtroom and transcribes spoken words by typing them into a steno machine, a kind of shorthand typewriter. Fast and accurate typing skills are vital for a stenographer job.
The city of Kalaburagi was founded by the Bahmani Sultans in the 14th century as their capital. However the history of the region dates back to the 6th Century when the Rashtrakutas gained control over the area, but the Chalukyas regained their domain and reigned for over two hundred years. Around the close of the 12th century the Yadavas of Devagiri and the Hoysalas of Halebidu took control of the district. The present Kalaburagi District and Raichur District formed part of their domain.The northern Deccan, including the district of Kalaburagi, passed under control of the Muslim Sultanate of Delhi. The revolt of the Muslim officers appointed from Delhi resulted in founding of the Bahmani Sultanate in 1347 by Hassan Gangu, who chose Kalaburagi(Ahsenabad during this period) to be his capital. From 1724 to 1948 the territory occupied by the present-day Kalaburagi district was part of Hyderabad state ruled by the famous Nizams. It was integrated into India in September 1948. Cities & Towns Afzalpur Aland Chincholi Chitapur Kalaburagi Jevargi Sedam Shahabad Wadi