Gauhati High Court Recruitment 2018: 06 Junior Grade Translator Post
Gauhati High Court Recruitment 2018: Junior Grade Translator Post
Gauhati High Court invites applications from eligible candidates for the posts of Junior Grade Translator.
Total Posts: 06 Vacancies
Name of the Post: Junior Grade Translator
- Between 18 to 38 years for Unreserved/OBC/MOBC, 43 for SC/ST & 48 years for PWD.
- Age Relaxation : 03 years for OBC/MOBC and 05 years for SC/ST/PWD Candidates
Application fee: SC/ST candidates will pay Rs. 150/- & Other category candidates Rs.300/- through Challan at any Branch of SBI.
Education Qualification: Masters Degree in any Official language.
Pay Scale: Rs.14000 – 49000/- + GP Rs.8000/-
Selection Process: Through Written test, Skill Test & Interview.
How to Apply: Apply Online
Eligible and Interested candidates may apply online through the website http://ghconline.gov.in.
Starting Date for Submission of Online Application: 21 May 2018
Last Date for Submission Of Online Application: 04 June 2018
Last Date for Payment of Application Fee: 07 June 2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://ghconline.gov.in/Recruitment/Notification
About Gauhati High Court
Gauhati High Court was officially known as High Court of Assam and Nagaland, but in the year 1971 by the North East Areas Reorganization Act 1971, it was renamed as Gauhati High Court. Covering the States of Assam, Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh and Nagaland, the Gauhati High Court has the largest jurisdiction in terms of state.
The Assam Legislative Assembly has accepted a resolution that a High court will be started for the region of Assam in the year 9th September 1947. The seat of theHigh court is at Guwahati which is at Assam. Apart from the seat, the High Court of Gauhati has 3 benches. For the state of Arunachal Pradesh the bench is at Itanagar which was established on 12th August 2000, for the state of Nagaland the bench is at Kohima which was established on 1st December 1972 and for the state of Mizoram the bench is at Aizawl which was established on 5th July 1990.Till March 23rd 2013, the high court of the seven states of North East India was unique which was occupying by the Gauhati High Court, but the high court in Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura it started to work as a separate High Court from 23.3.2013.
Currently the Gauhati High Court has the sanctioned strength of 24 Judges it also includes Hon’ble Chief Justice and 5 additional Judges. President of India is hiring the Chief Justice and the Judges by warrant under his hand and seal. Permanent Judges can continue in office till the age of 62 years. The recruitment form of Gauhati High Court in various field get published in well-known newspapers and the challengers have the good opportunity to work in different field in the high court.