Job DetailsPost Name: Private Secretary
No. of Post: 18 Posts
Salary(in Rs.): Salary will be offered Pay Scale : Rs.12000-40000/-
Grade Pay : Rs.5900/-
Post Name: Senior Personal Assistant
No. of Post: 06 Posts
Salary(in Rs.): Salary will be offered Pay Scale : Rs.12000-35000/-
Grade Pay : Rs.4300/-
Eligibility: law Graduation
Last Date: 19 October 2015.
Age Limit:18 to 38 Years.. Age relaxation as per government rule.
Qualification/Educational Criteria :For Private Secretary : Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University with a Diploma Certificate in Stenography/Shorthand in English with a minimum speed of 120 wpm in shorthand and 50 wpm typing speed on a computer. Due weightage will be given to a Law Graduate.
For Senior Personal Assistant : Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized University with a Diploma Certificate in Stenography/Shorthand in English with a minimum speed of 100 wpm in shorthand and 40 wpm typing speed on a computer. Due weightage will be given to a Law Graduate.
Mode of Selection: Selection will be based on written examination and interview.
How To ApplyInterested candidates may apply Online through the website www.ghconline.gov.in on or before 19.10.2015.
About Gauhati High CourtThe Gauhati High Court Legal Aid Committee with its office at the Gauhati High Court (Principal Seat) came into being in the year 1987, constituted by the Government of Assam and chaired by the then Hon’ble the Chief Justice Mr. Justice P.C. Reddy with the very purpose to assure and secure equal justice for all, specially to the weaker section of the society irrespective of caste, creed and race. It was the need of the hour to take cheap and speedy justice to the door-step of the economically poor and the needy.
It was not a bed of roses in the beginning to translate the very spirit of the sacred assurances of the Constitution provided in Article 38- A because of multifarious reasons.
Since inception, the Gauhati High Court Legal Aid Committee provided legal aid and services to thousands of underprivileged people who would otherwise have had to spend time and money on conventional litigation. The Lok Adalats saved them against all odds.