Bhiwani Court Recruitment 2024 (eCourts.gov.in) New Notification

The Bhiwani District Court came into existence on 22 December 1972 and was formally inaugurated on 14 January 1973. It was founded by the Rajput named Neem and Bhani. The Bhani word later on changed to Bhiani and subsequently to Bhiwani. Sh. R.S. Gupta was the first District & Sessions Judge, Bhiwani. From an initial strength of 10-15 members, the District Bar Association, Bhiwani has also grown in strength and presently there are about 1695 Advocates enrolled as members of the District Bar Association, Bhiwani. The district derives its name from the headquarters town Bhiwani which was believed to be a corruption of the word Bhani.

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The Bhiwani District is bounded in the north by the Hisar (Hissar) district, in the east by the Rohtak district, in the south by the Mahendergarh district of Haryana and the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan, and in the west by the Churu district and a part of the Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan. There are two main industrial units in Bhiwani i.e. Bhiwani Textile Mills established in the year 1937 and another T.I.T. Mills established in the year 1943 set up by the well-known Birla Group. There is also a Technical Institute of Textile a renowned educational institution opened and run by the Birla family itself besides many other important Technical and Engineering Institutes in District Bhiwani.

Charkhi Dadri is a town and a municipal committee in the Bhiwani district in the state of Haryana, India. The town was made by joining the villages of Charkhi and Dadri after urban development. Charkhi was founded by Dada Bilhan Singh, and the name is derived from the local name of the old warriors of Jatsangh – Kshatriya. Dadri was founded by Raja Bilhan Singh, a younger son of the Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan according to some history books.

Sub Division Loharu: Loharu is a city and a municipal committee in the Bhiwani district in the state of Haryana. It is one of the 4 administrative sub-divisions of the district and has 119 villages in the Loharu Tehsil. It was the seat of the eponymous princely state during the British Raj, established in 1803; and an important reminiscence of that is the Loharu Fort, now an important tourist destination of the district.

Sub Division Siwani: Siwani is a City in Siwani Tehsil in Bhiwani District in the state of Haryana. It belongs to the Hisar Division. It is located 61 KM to the west of the District headquarters in Bhiwani. It is a Tehsil headquarters. Siwani Mandi is very famous in the Bhiwani district for its agricultural market. There are many Guar Gum factories in Siwani.

Sub Division Tosham: Tosham is a town and a municipal committee in the Bhiwani district in the state of Haryana. The history of Tosham dates back to at least the 4th century, as evidenced by the Sanskrit language Tosham rock inscription at Tosham Hill. Tosham Hill also has a Baradari known as Prithvi Raj ki Kacheri. Tosham was under Gupta rule in the 4th Century as per the inscription, later it came under Tomars and Chauhan (Prithvi Raj who built the Baradari) Rajput rulers, before falling into the hands of Delhi Sultanates, Mohguls, and British Raj. During the 1857 revolt, Hindu officials of the British Raj based at Tosham were killed by Bhatti and Ranghar Muslim Rajputs of Jamalpur and Mangali. It has been awarded the title of “Adarsh Village”. There is one small mountain of the Aravali Mountain Range. The Temple of “Baba Mungipa” is situated on this mountain. This temple is very famous and popular in the local area.

Bhiwani Court Recruitment 2024 – Latest and Upcoming Notification

Bhiwani Court Recruitment 2024 Free Job alert for both Fresher and Experienced Candidates updated on February 23 2024. Get the Direct Official Link for applying for Bhiwani Court Recruitment 2024 along with the current Bhiwani Court Recruitment official Notification 2024 here. Find all recent Bhiwani Court Vacancies 2024 across India and check all the latest Bhiwani Court 2024 job openings instantly here, Know upcoming Bhiwani Court Recruitment 2024 immediately here.

Bhiwani Court Recruitment 2024

When it comes to the selection process, the candidates have to take a written exam / Interview. Selected candidates will be paid a handsome salary (as per Govt rules). The type of questions that are asked in the technical interview round differs from one position to another. There are multiple steps in the selection process for the posts of Stenographer, Clerk, Peon, Process Server, Gardner, Chowkidar, Liftman, Sweeper, Watchman, Chauffeur, Cook, etc. in the Bhiwani Court. The procedure is as follows

  1. Written Test
  2. Computer Based Test
  3. Skill Test/Typing Test
  4. Interview/Viva Voce

Address:

  • District & Sessions Judge, Bhiwani
    Court Road, Bhiwani,
    Haryana Pin – 127021

List of Contact Details of Bhiwani Sessions Division:


Recruitment Notifications
Title: Notice dated 15.01.2024 for the post of Peon-Addl. Peon etc Description: Interview Schedule Information Start Date: 15/01/2024 End Date: 30/01/2024 File: Download Notification
Title: Advertisement for the post of Stenographer on ad-hoc basis Description: 13 posts of Stenographer Grade-III (English) (which includes 12 anticipated posts) (06-General, 01- General (ESM), 02-BC-A, 01-BC-B, 03-SC) purely on ad-hoc basis Start Date: 01/12/2023 End Date: 15/12/2023 File: Download Notification
Title: Public Employment Notice-Peon-Addl. Peon Hindi and English Description: NOTICE OF PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT Start Date: 11/12/2023 End Date: 02/01/2024 File: Download Notification
Title: Notice for Stenography Test Description: shorthand/typing test for 13 posts of Stenographer Grade-111 on ad-hoc basis, for which advertisement notice was published on 01.12.2023, shall be conducted on 13.01.2024 Start Date: 04/01/2024 End Date: 14/01/2024 File: Download Notification
Title: Public Notice for the posts of Steno GR III -Adhoc Description: A list of Candidate who eligible for the Stenographer test Start Date: 21/12/2023 End Date: 14/01/2024 File: Download Notification

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