Gauhati High Court: The Gauhati High Court was established on 1 March 1948 after the Government of India Act 1935 was passed. It was originally known as the High Court of Assam and Nagaland but renamed as Gauhati High Court in 1971 by the North East Areas (Reorganisation) Act, 1971. It has the largest jurisdiction in terms of states, with its area covering the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Mizoram.
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|HC Gauhati Fullform||High Court Gauhati|
|Established||5 April 1948|
|Location||Guwahati, Assam (Principal Seat), Kohima, Aizawl & Itanagar (circuit benches)|
|Composition method||Presidential with confirmation of Chief Justice of India and Governor of the respective state.|
|Authorized by||Constitution of India|
|Decisions are appealed to||Supreme Court of India|
|Judge term length||mandatory retirement by age of 62|
|Contact||2735868/69, 2637179, 2600008, 2734439, 2734441 (STD Code 0361)|
History: After Indian independence, the Assam Legislative Assembly adopted a resolution on 9 September 1947 that a High Court be established for the Province of Assam. In exercise of the power conferred by the Government of India Act 1935, the Governor General of India on 1 March 1948 promulgated the Assam High Court Order, 1948, establishing the High Court of Assam. It was inaugurated on 5 April 1948 by H. J. Kania, the Chief Justice of India. Sir R.F. Lodge was sworn in as the first Chief Justice of the Assam High Court on the same day. The Assam High Court initially had its sittings at Shillong but shifted to Guwahati on 14 August 1948.
Later, when Nagaland state was created on 1 December 1963, the Assam High Court was renamed as the High Court of Assam and Nagaland. On re-organization of the northeastern region of India by the North Eastern Area (Re-organization) Act, 1971, a common High Court was established for the five northeastern states: Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Tripura and the two Union Territories: Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram. It was again renamed as the Gauhati High Court.
After Meghalaya, Manipur, and Tripura got its High Court, the Gauhati High Court ceased its jurisdiction in these three states.
Principal Seat & Benches: The principal seat of the Gauhati High Court is at Guwahati in Assam. The court has 3 outlying benches. These are:
- The Kohima bench for Nagaland state (established on 1 December 1972)
- The Aizawl bench for Mizoram state (established on 5 July 1990)
- The Itanagar bench for Arunachal Pradesh state (established on 12 August 2000)
Former benches, now full-fledged high courts:
- The Imphal bench (established on 21 January 1972) (Converted to a High Court in March 2013)
- The Agartala bench established on 24 January 1972) (Converted to a High Court in March 2013)
- The Shillong bench established on 4 September 1974)(Converted to a High Court in March 2013)
Profile: Article 214 of the Constitution of India reads as follows:
” 214. High Courts for States: There shall be a High Court for each State. “
The High Court is a Constitutional Court in terms of Article 215. It is a Court of record and has all the powers of such Court including the power to punish for Contempt of itself and for Contempt of Courts Subordinate to it. Every High Court consist of a Chief Justice and such other Judges as the President of India from time to time deem it necessary.
At present, the sanctioned Judge strength of the Gauhati High Court is 24 including the Hon’ble Chief Justice and 5 Additional Judges. Every Judge including the Chief Justice is appointed by the President of India by warrant under his hand and seal. Every permanent Judge continues in office until he attains the age of 62 years. The Additional Judges are appointed for a period not exceeding two years taking into account the temporary increase in the business or arrears of work of the High Court. Such Judges shall also not hold office after attaining the age of 62 years.
- Chief Justice
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ajit Singh.
- Puisne Judges
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Hrishikesh Roy
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice A. K. Goswami
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ujjal Bhuyan
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Lanusungkum Jamir
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Manash Ranjan Pathak
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Manojit Bhuyan
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Michael Zothankhuma
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Suman Shyam
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Paran Kumar Phukan
- The Hon’ble Mrs. Justice Rumi Kumari Phukan
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Songkhupchung Serato
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Achintya Malla Bujor Barua
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Kalyan Rai Surana
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Prasanta Kumar Deka
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Nelson Sailo
- The Hon’ble Mr. Justice Ajit Borthakur
Under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, the High Court has power in relation to its territorial jurisdiction to issue directions, orders and writs including writs in the nature of Habeas Corpus, Mandamus, Prohibition, Quowarranto and Certiorari for enforcement of the fundamental rights conferred by Part- III of the Constitution of India or for any other purpose.
The High Court also has the power of superintendence over all Courts and Tribunals throughout the territory in relation to which it exercises jurisdiction under Article 227 of the Constitution of India. The Gauhati High Court Rules regulate the business and exercise of the powers of the Gauhati High Court.
The High Court has original, appellate as well as revisional jurisdiction in both Civil as well as Criminal matters apart from the power to answer references under certain statutes. The Gauhati High Court transacts its business during its working days from 10.30 AM to 1.15 PM during the 1st Session and from 2.00 PM to 4.15 PM in the 2nd Session. The Hon’ble the Chief Justice of the Gauhati High Court constitutes the Single, Division and Full Benches and a daily cause list showing the cases listed before the Benches is notified by the Registry of the High Court.
GAUHATI HC RECRUITMENT
System Analyst – Graduate – Posted Date 12-Aug-2017
- Designation Name : System Analyst
- Date Posted : 12-Aug-2017
- Last Date : 28-Aug-2017
- Total Vacancies : 34
- Location : Gauhati (Assam)(jobs in Assam)
Details regarding System Analyst job post at Gauhati HC
- Age Limit : Minimum and Maximum age limit is 21 to 38 years as on 28.08.2017
- Age Relaxation: 05 years for SC/ST/OBC Candidates.
- Pay Scale : Rs. 20200/- + Grade Pay : Rs. 2200/-
- Nationality : Indian
- Minimum Qualification: BCA in 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade from a recognised Institution or B.Sc with one year Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science or Diploma holder from Polytechnic in Computer Science/ Engineering or Electronics Telecommunication with 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent grade from a recognized Institution. (graduate-jobs)
- Selection Process : Selection will be based on written test, Practical examination & viva voce.
- Application Fee : SC/ST Candidates have to pay Rs. 360/- (for General & OBC Candidates) and Rs. 180/- (for SC/ST/PWD Candidates) through Challan at any branches of State Bank of India.
- Application Mode : Apply Online
- How To Apply : Interested candidates may apply Online through http://ghconline.gov.in from 14.08.2017 to 28.08.2017 till 05.00 P.M, thereafter website link will be disabled
Important Dates for System Analyst at Gauhati HC
- Application Opening Date : 14.08.2017
- Application Closing Date : 28-Aug-2017
- Last Date for Challan Generation : NA
- Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
- Date of Exam : NA
- Date of Interview : NA
- Online Apply Link : http://ghconline.gov.in/
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- Official Website URL : http://ghconline.gov.in
- Official Advertisement Link : http://ghconline.gov.in/Recruitment/Notification-08-08-2017.pdf
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Grade-I Assam Judical Service – Graduate – Posted Date 23 Jun 2017
Designation Name : Grade-I Assam Judical Service
Total Vacancies : 13
Location : Gauhati (Assam) – India
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Age Limit : Minimum and maximum age limit is 18 to 38 years As on 01.06.2016
Age Relaxation: NA
Pay Scale : Rs. 63070/- Per Month
Nationality : Indian
Minimum Qualification: 7 years of Practice as an Advocate in the court of Civil and criminal jurisdiction.
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Selection Process : Selection will be based on Written Test and Viva-Voce.
Application Fee : SC/ST Candidates have to pay Rs. 250/- and Rs. 500/- for all others candidates through Challan at any branches of State Bank of India.
Application Mode : Apply Online
How To Apply : Interested candidates may apply Online through http://ghconline.gov.in from 23.06.2017 to 07.07.2017 till 05.00 P.M, thereafter website link will be disabled.
Application Opening Date : 23.06.2017
Application Closing Date : 07-Jul-2017
Last Date for Challan Generation : 11.07.2017
Last Date for Payment of Fee : NA
Date of Exam : NA
Date of Interview : NA
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