Delhi High Court Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer Vacancies 132 Posts updated on 13th August 2022

The High Court of Delhi (IAST: dillī uchcha nyāyālaya) was established on 31 October 1966. The High Court of Delhi was established with four judges. They were Chief Justice K. S. Hegde, Justice I. D. Dua, Justice H. R. Khanna and Justice S. K. Kapur.

Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer Examination 2020

Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Delhi High Court has given a notification for the recruitment of Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer (Group C) vacancies. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.

Last Date11-Mar-2020
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Post NameDelhi High Court Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer Online Form 2020
Total Vacancies132
LocationDelhi, India
Fee DetailsFor General/ OBC-NCL/ EWS: Rs. 600/- For SC/ ST/ PwD/ Ex-Serviceman: Rs. 300/- Payment Mode: Online through Debit Card/ Internet Banking Important Dates

Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020

Sr.Post NameNo.of PostsQualificationAge Limit
1Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer General36Graduation With Typing Knowledge18 to 27 Years
2Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer EWS21Graduation With Typing Knowledge18 to 27 Years
3Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer SC26Graduation With Typing Knowledge18 to 27 Years
4Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer OBC-NCL33Graduation With Typing Knowledge18 to 27 Years
5Jr Judicial Asst/ Restorer ST16Graduation With Typing Knowledge18 to 27 Years

Dates to Remember for this Govt. Job

Start Date19-Feb-2020
End Date11-Mar-2020
Date of Advertisement10-Feb-2020
Last date for creation of New Log In for online registration11-03-2020

On 21 March 1919, the High Court of Judicature at Lahore was established with jurisdiction over the provinces of Punjab and Delhi. This jurisdiction lasted until 1947 when India was partitioned.

The High Courts (Punjab) Order, 1947 established a new High Court for the province of East Punjab with effect from 15 August 1947. The India (Adaptation of Existing Indian Laws) Order, 1947 provided that any reference in an existing Indian law to the High Court of Judicature at Lahore be replaced by a reference to the High Court of East Punjab

When the Secretariat of the Punjab Government shifted to Chandigarh in 1954-55, the High Court also shifted to Chandigarh. The High Court of Punjab, as it later came to be called, exercised jurisdiction over Delhi through a Circuit Bench which dealt with the cases pertaining to the Union Territory of Delhi and the Delhi Administration.

In view of the importance of Delhi, its population and other considerations, the Indian Parliament, by enacting the Delhi High Court Act, 1966, established the High Court of Delhi effective from 31 October 1966.

By virtue of Section 3(1) of the Delhi High Court Act, the Central Government was empowered to appoint a date by a notification in the official gazette, establishing a High Court for the Union Territory of Delhi. The appointed date was 31 October 1966.

The High Court of Delhi initially exercised jurisdiction not only over the Union Territory of Delhi, but also Himachal Pradesh. The High Court of Delhi had a Himachal Pradesh Bench at Shimla in a building called Ravenswood. The High Court of Delhi continued to exercise jurisdiction over Himachal Pradesh until the State of Himachal Pradesh Act, 1970 came into force on 25 January 1971.

As per the report released on 2006-08, Delhi High court has a long list of pending cases. The backlog is such that it would take 466 years to resolve them. In a bid to restore public trust and confidence, Delhi court spent 5 minutes per case and disposed of 94,000 cases in 2008-10.

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