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SIKKIM HC Recruitment 2017 – 02 Posts – Stenographer-II – 12th Pass

Sikkim HC:  is the High Court of the Indian state of Sikkim. The history of the court can be traced back to 1955, when the High Court of Judicature (Jurisdiction and Powers) Proclamation, 1955 was issued to establish a High Court in Sikkim. Upon merger, Sikkim became the 22nd State of India. Under Clause (i) of Article 371F, the High Court functioning immediately prior to the date of the merger became the High Court for the State of Sikkim under the Constitution like any other High Court in the country. It was established in the year of 1975.The seat of the court is at Gangtok, the administrative capital of the state. The court has a sanctioned judge strength of 3.

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HC Sikkim Fullform Sikkim High Court
Established 1975
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
Address NH-31A, Sungava, Gangtok, Sikkim 737101
E-mail hc-sik@nic.in
Contact 03592 209 402
Website highcourtofsikkim.nic.in

 

History:  Sikkim has a past history of its own. Prior to its merger with the Union of India in the year 1975 by the Constitution (Thirty-Sixth Amendment) Act, 1975, the erstwhile Sikkim was under a monarchy. The King who was popularly known as “the Chogyal” was the fountainhead of justice. King’s words were the laws. Under the then administrative set up there was no place for an independent judiciary. The judicial procedure being followed then was very simple and free from legal technicalities. The Courts were dispensing substantive justice based on the principle of justice, equity, and good conscience. Lawyers were not allowed to appear in Court. The available records do not throw much light into the remote past. It can, however, be gathered from these records that the administration of justice in Sikkim in the last century was being carried out by the Feudal Landlords (Adda Courts), Jongpons (District Officers). Pipons (Headmen) and Manuals with the Chogyal at the top.

In 1909, Kazis, Thikadars, and Lamas were invested with judicial powers by a State Council resolution. They could try civil suits up to the valuation of Rs. 500/-. In 1916, an Appellate Courts by the designation of Chief Court was created with jurisdiction to try important original suits and also to hear appeals against the decisions of the Adda Courts. This Court also exercised supervisory and appellate jurisdiction over the Adda Courts. The Chief Court was not the final Court. The appeal against the decision of the Chief Court would lie to the Supreme Court of His Highness, the Maharaja. The Court of the Maharaja was the final Court of appeal in the State. It has no original jurisdiction. A Board on the lines of the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in England,  would hear the parties and scrutinize the evidence regarding merit of the case and then tender its opinion to the Maharaja.

In 1949, the Adda Courts were abolished on the recommendation of the Judicial Proposal Committee. The State was divided into 4 (four) revenue Districts and Magistrates were appointed in District with original and appellate jurisdiction on the criminal and civil side. The Courts of the Assistant Magistrate and the Court of Tahsildars were created. In the lowest rung, a few Honorary Courts of Magistrates were created to dispose of the petty criminal and civil cases. The Chief Magistrate had both original and appellate jurisdiction on civil and criminal sides. He had unlimited powers.From the available records it appears that in 1953, a Judge of the High Court of Sikkim was appointed but in 1955, High Court of Judicature (Jurisdiction and Powers) Proclamation, 1955 was issued establishing a High Court in Sikkim. The High Court thus established was made the final Court in all judicial matters, civil or criminal, subject to the exercise of prerogative by the Maharaja to grant mercy, pardon, remission, commutation, and reduction of sentence in a case of conviction. The Maharaja had also retained his prerogative to set up a Special Tribunal for the review of any case, civil or criminal.

Upon merger, Sikkim became the 22nd State of India. Under Clause (i) of Article 371F, the High Court functioning immediately prior to the date of the merger became the High Court for the State of Sikkim under the Constitution like any other High Court in the country. Under Clause (i) of the same Article all Courts of Civil, Criminal and Revenue Jurisdiction, all Authorities and all Officers, Judicial, Executive and Ministerial throughout Sikkim were to continue to exercise their respective powers subject to the provisions of the Constitution and under Clause (k) all laws in force immediately before the appointed day in Sikkim were to continue to be in force until amended or repealed by a competent legislature or other competent authority.

The Government of Sikkim Act, 1974, which came to be passed in the Sikkim Assembly (which received the assent of the Chogyal on 4th July, 1974) in pursuance of the historical agreement of 8th May, 1973, between the Chogyal, the leaders of the political parties representing the people of Sikkim and Government of India, provided that all Judges in Sikkim shall be independent in exercise of their judicial function. In keeping with the ideal and the set goal, the process of separation of judiciary from the executive started soon after the merger. In 1978, Sikkim Civil Courts Act was passed with a view to consolidate the laws relating to the Constitution of Civil Courts subordinate to the High Court and other relevant matters. The Sikkim State Judicial Service Rules 1975 and the Sikkim Superior Judicial Service Rules 1980 were framed providing for the mode of recruitment and service of judicial officers, thereby creating a separate cadre of judicial officers in the State. Besides, the Code of Criminal Procedure 1973, which provided for separation of judiciary from thee executive was extended and enforced in the State of Sikkim in the year 1994.

With the commencement of the Constitution and under the new democratic set up the restriction placed earlier on lawyers to appear in Courts came to be ignored. Thus the institution of lawyers as it exists today came into existence.

EAST SIKKIM, GANGTOK

S.No.   Name     Designation
1.    Ms. Jyoti Kharka     District & Sessions Judge (East)
2.   Mr. Prajwal Khatiwada     District & Sessions Judge (Special Division II)
3.   Mr. Prajwal Khatiwada     District & Sessions Judge (Special Division I)
4.   Ms. Jyoti Kharka     Fast Track Court (East & North)  Fast Track Judge
5.   Mr. Benoy Sharma     Chief Judicial Magistrate -cum- Civil Judge (East) (I/C)
6.   Ms. Ranjeeta Pradhan     Civil Judge-Cum-Judicial Magistrate

NORTH SIKKIM, MANGAN

S.No.   Name     Designation
1.   Mr. Prajwal Khatiwada     District & Sessions Judge (North)
2.   Mr. Benoy Sharma     Chief Judicial Magistrate -cum- Civil Judge (North)
3.  Ms. Bebika Chettri     Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (North) (I/C)
4.   Ms. Bebika Chettri     Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (Sub Division at Chungthang)

SOUTH SIKKIM, NAMCHI

S.No.   Name     Designation
1.   Mr. Suraj Chettri     District & Sessions Judge (South)
2.   Ms. Sonam Denka Wangdi     Chief Judicial Magistrate-cum-Civil Judge (South)
3.   Ms. Sonam Denka Wangdi     Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (South) (I/C)

WEST SIKKIM, GYALSHING

S.No.   Name     Designation
1.   Mrs. K.C. Barphungpa     District & Sessions Judge (West)
2.   Ms. Subarna Rai     Chief Judicial Magistrate-cum-Civil Judge (West)
3.   Ms. Subarna Rai     Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (West) (I/C)
3.   Ms. Jwala D. Thapa    Civil Judge-cum-Judicial Magistrate (Sub Division at Soreng)

 

 

Sikkim High Court Recruitment


Stenographer-II – 12th Pass – Posted Date 21-Oct-2017

  • Designation Name : Stenographer-II
  • Date Posted : 21-Oct-2017
  • Last Date : 13-Nov-2017
  • Total Vacancies : 02
  • Location : Gangtok (Sikkim)(jobs in Sikkim)

 

Details regarding Stenographer-II job post at HC Sikkim

 

  • Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age limit is 30 years as on 07.08.2017
  • Age Relaxation: NA
  • Pay Scale : Rs. 34800/- + Grade Pay : Rs.3800/-
  • Nationality : Indian
  • Minimum Qualification: 12th or Graduate from a recognized board/University with certificate in computer from any computer center and having a minimum speed of 80 w.p.m in shorthand and 40 w.p.m in typing. (12th-pass-jobs)
  • Selection Process : Selection will be based on written examination, Shorthand/Transcription & Typing test.
  • Application Fee : NA
  • Application Mode : Apply Offline
  • How To Apply : Interested candidate may apply in Prescribed application form along with self attested photocopies of all relevant documents, experience & 3 recent passport size photograph send to Registrar General High Court of Sikkim, Gangtok on or before 13.11.2017.

 

Important Dates for Stenographer-II at HC Sikkim

 

  • Application Closing Date : 13-Nov-2017

 

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Stenographer-III – 12th Pass – Posted Date 21-Oct-2017

  • Designation Name : Stenographer-III
  • Date Posted : 21-Oct-2017
  • Last Date : 13-Nov-2017
  • Total Vacancies : 01
  • Location : Gangtok (Sikkim)(jobs in Sikkim)

 

Details regarding Stenographer-III job post at HC Sikkim

 

  • Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age limit is 30 years as on 07.08.2017
  • Age Relaxation: NA
  • Pay Scale : Rs. 20200/- + Grade Pay : Rs.3400/-
  • Nationality : Indian
  • Minimum Qualification: 12th or Graduate from a recognized board/University with certificate in computer from any computer center and having a minimum speed of 80 w.p.m in shorthand and 40 w.p.m in typing. (12th-pass-jobs)
  • Selection Process : Selection will be based on written examination, Shorthand/Transcription & Typing test.
  • Application Fee : NA
  • Application Mode : Apply Offline
  • How To Apply : Interested candidate may apply in Prescribed application form along with self attested photocopies of all relevant documents, experience & 3 recent passport size photograph send to Registrar General High Court of Sikkim, Gangtok on or before 13.11.2017.

 

Important Dates for Stenographer-III at HC Sikkim

 

  • Application Closing Date : 13-Nov-2017

 

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Court Manager – Diploma – Posted Date 20-Oct-2017

  • Designation Name : Court Manager
  • Date Posted : 20-Oct-2017
  • Last Date : 26-Oct-2017
  • Total Vacancies : 01
  • Location : Gangtok (Sikkim)(jobs in Sikkim)

 

Details regarding Court Manager job post at HC Sikkim

 

  • Age Limit : Minimum & Maximum age limit is 18 to 30 years as on 26.10.2017
  • Age Relaxation: NA
  • Pay Scale : Rs. 20000/- Per Month
  • Nationality : Indian
  • Minimum Qualification: Degree or Advance Diploma in General Management. (diploma-jobs)
  • Selection Process : Selection will be based on Written Test .
  • Application Fee : NA
  • Application Mode : Apply Offline
  • How To Apply : Interested candidate may apply in Prescribed application form along with self attested photocopies of all relevant documents, experience & 3 recent passport size photograph send to Registrar General High Court of Sikkim, Gangtok on or before 26.10.2017.

 

Important Dates for Court Manager at HC Sikkim

 

  • Application Closing Date : 26-Oct-2017

 

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