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Calcutta 

: Applications are invited from Indian citizens possessing knowledge in the
vernacular of the state for preparation of a panel for filling up the 14(fourteen) vacancies in the post of Assistant Registrar (Court Recording),High Court, Original Side. The appointment will initially be made on
purely temporary basis but are likely to be made permanent.

Classification of Vacancies:
Educational Qualification/ Essential Qualification :
Candidates for the post must have completed Graduation from the
Calcutta University or an equivalent examination of a statutory Indian or
other University and/ or Institution and must possess knowledge of
vernacular of the State of West Bengal as well as good knowledge of the
English language with basic knowledge of Computer application. They should be able to take down depositions of witnesses, judgments, orders,
etc. in ‘shorthand’ at a speed of at least 160 words per minute and in
typewriting at the rate of at least 40 words per minute with aid of a
computer accurately, as far as practicable. The selection shall be made
on the basis of a competitive test.

Age :
Not less than 18 years and not more than 32 years as on 1st Day of
January, 2021 (Upper age limit is relaxable by 5 years in case of S.C. and
S.T. candidates of West Bengal only). In case of Persons with Disabilities,
the upper age limit is relaxable upto 45 years. Age as recorded in the
Madhyamik or equivalent Admit Card/ Certificate will be accepted
only.

Upper age limit for the employees of the High Court, other Courts and
Government who will apply through proper channel shall be 40 years, on
condition that the candidates had joined his/ her initial appointment prior
to attaining the age of 32 years in terms of provisions of the West Bengal
Services (Raising of Age Limit) Rules, 1981, which has been duly accepted
and adopted by the High Court at Calcutta by way of amendment of the
Calcutta High Court Service Rules, 1960 vide Notification No. 1609 (A-G)
dated 29th March, 2013.


The name of the eligible candidates belonging to UR (EC)/ SC (EC)/ OBC
(A) (EC)/ OBC (B) (EC) categories will be called from the Directorate of
Employment, Labour Department, Govt. of West Bengal

N.B. Candidates belonging to UR (EC)/ SC(EC)/ OBC-A(EC)/ OBC-B(EC) categories may also apply directly for the above mentioned post on depositing required
examination fees.

The SC/ST/OBC (A)/OBC (B)/UR (EC)/ SC (EC)/ OBC (A) (EC)/ OBC (B) (EC) of
other states shall be treated as Unreserved category candidate.

Persons with low vision means a person with impairment of visual
functioning even after treatment or standard refractive correction but
who uses or is potentially capable of using vision for the planning or
execution of a task with appropriate assistive device and such person can
apply for the post reserved for person with disability of low vision, but the
benefit of such reservation will be given to the candidates with disabilities
(low vision) of at least 40% (forty percent) and above and their upper age
limit will be relaxable upto 45 years.
Any person with such disabilities will be directed to furnish his/her self-
attested photocopy of Disability Certificate in prescribed from in support
of his/ her claim, issued by a competent authority as per provisions of
the West Bengal Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities,
Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995, i.e. by a Medical
Board constituted at any Government Medical College Hospital,
District Hospitals or Sub-divisional Hospital.

Examination Fees :
The following Examination Fees are required to be paid by the candidates
who are applying directly :


Sc/St    = 400/-

All other categories of candidates
mentioned in the classification of
vacancies (under Point 1) = 800/-

Mode of payment of Examination Fees :

By Indian Postal Order which must be purchased on a date after
publication of advertisement and drawn in favour of the “Registrar,
Original Side, High Court, Calcutta” and payable at G.P.O. at
Calcutta.

No fees need to be paid by the candidate belonging to Exempted Categories whose
names will be sponsored by the appropriate authority/ authorities.

Mode of Selection :

Admission to the test/ examination will be deemed provisional, subjected to
verification and determination of the Candidate’s eligibility and suitability in all
respect. If at any stage of the process, a Candidate is found to be ineligible for
admission to the test/s in terms of the Notice, his/ her candidature shall be
cancelled without making any reference to him/ her and without assigning any
reason.
Candidates, whose applications will be found in order in all respect, shall be
required to undergo the following selection tests (Phase I & Phase II).

Phase I
The candidates shall be required to undergo a test in shorthand at the speed of
160 words per minute for 3 minutes. Full marks of the test is 480.
After completion of the above mentioned time the candidates will have 50 (fifty)
minutes time for correction of outlines (if any) and transcription of the
dictated passage in their own handwriting.

Phase II
Candidates securing 40% marks (i.e. 192 marks out of 480 marks) in Phase-I
test will be called for appearing in Phase-II test. 
In this phase the candidates shall be required to undergo a test in shorthand at
the speed of 160 words per minute for 5 minutes. Full marks of the test is
800.
The candidate will be given a further time of 10 (ten) minutes immediately
after the completion of the dictation for verification of the outlines.
After completion of the above mentioned time the candidates have to transcribe
the dictation passage with the aid of computer within 20 (twenty) minutes.
A panel of provisionally selected candidates shall be prepared and the same
shall stand lapsed on expiry of one year from the date of its notification or on
filling up the notified vacancies, whichever is earlier.
In case of any dispute, the decision of the Hon’ble the Chief Justice/the Hon’ble the
Chief Justice (Acting), High Court at Calcutta, shall be final.

Essential Supporting documents required :

i.Three (03) recent and identical passport size photographs duly
signed by the candidate on the front portion (one to be pasted on
the top right hand corner of the application form and the other
two to be stitched/stapled with the application);

ii.One self-addressed envelope of the size of 25 cm x 11 cm with
postal stamp of Rs. 45/- for further communication through
registered/speed post.

iii.Photocopy (self-attested) of documents in support of date of birth
(Madhyamik or equivalent certificate/admit card),

iv.Photocopy (self-attested) of educational qualifications (10th
standard, 12th standard, Graduation) & others qualifications (if
any).

v.Photocopy (self-attested) of any certificate in regard to knowledge in
computer, if any.

vi.Photocopy (self-attested) of Caste Certificate, in case of candidates
desiring ‘caste-reservation’.

vii.Photocopy (self-attested) of uptodate Identity Card issued from the
Labour Deptt. Govt. of West Bengal (Employment Exchange Card)
in case of candidates belonging to Exempted Category.

viii.In case of service under Government undertaking/ public sector
undertakings/ High Court, “No objection certificate” from
concerned Employer, and

ix.Indian Postal Order as mentioned above in point 5 to be enclosed
with the application.

N.B. Incomplete applications, unsigned applications and applications not accompanied
with proper examination fees/self-addressed envelope with proper postal stamps/
documents in support of Date of Birth/ Caste Certificate (if any) / Insufficient self-
attested photographs / required educational certificate/ absence of proper
certificate in support of Person with Disabilities with Low Vision (in case of Person
with Disabilities with Low Vision) will be summarily rejected.


Submission of Application :
Application must be submitted in a closed envelope mentioning therein
the category and the post applied for on the bottom left corner,

which shall have to reach the office of the undersigned within 4.30 p.m.
on or before October 08, 2021 (Friday).

Any application reaching the office after such time shall not be
considered, even though the same may have been posted well in
advance.
For further announcement, all concerned are requested to follow the
Calcutta High Court official website.

http://www.calcuttahighcourt.gov.in

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