Jind Court Recruitment 2024 (eCourts.gov.in) New notification

Jind, a city with a rich historical legacy, was under the rule of the Maharaja of Jind before India’s independence. The Maharaja served as the head of the Judicial System, appointing Nizams (Magistrates) who decided cases on the spot. In 1983, the courts shifted to the present Judicial Complex, leaving behind the historical building constructed by Maharaja Gajpat Singh in 1775. Despite the British occupation of this building from 1803, the Rajas supported the Britishers with manpower and resources. It’s worth noting that the old court buildings in Narwana and Safidon, where courts previously functioned, lack historical significance.

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Post-independence, a Sub Judge court was established in Jind in 1952 under the Sangrur Sessions Division. In 1966, during the reorganization of Punjab, Jind and Narwana Tehsils became part of Haryana and constituted Jind District. The Jind Tehsil was further divided into Jind and Safidon in 1967. The Jind Sessions Division, with sub-divisions in Narwana and Safidon, was formed. Various courts, including the Senior Sub Judge-cum Chief Judicial Magistrate and Additional District & Sessions Judge, were set up in subsequent years, leading to the declaration of Jind as a separate Sessions division in 1979.

The Bar Association in Jind traces its origins to the late 1930s when Sh. Kalu Ram began practicing as a pleader. The first recorded election of the D.B.A. Jind occurred in 1968, with Sh. Hari Madhav as the president.

History of Sub-Division Courts, Narwana: Moving to Narwana, its courts were established over 150 years ago, with the first court in 1857 during the rule of the Maharaja of Patiala. After independence, Narwana was elevated to a Sub Division in 1964. The courts, initially housed near the Railway Station, relocated to a new Judicial Court Complex in 2010. The Bar Association in Narwana traces its roots back to the early 1950s, with Sh. Kali Ram Mor became its first president in 1960-61.

History of Sub-Division Court, Safidon: Safidon’s Sub-Division Court had its beginnings with a Sub Judge court in 1975, later converted to an Additional Senior Sub Judge in 1986. The court initially operated in the Canal Department building, adjacent to the Mubarik Fort of Raja Raghbir Singh of Jind, and has since moved to a new Court Complex. The Bar Association in Safidon was formed in 1976, with Sh. Randhir Singh as its first president.

Jind Court Recruitment 2024 – Latest and Upcoming Notification Jind

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

Jind 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 Jind Court. The procedure is as follows

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

Jind Court Address:

  • The Distt & Session Judge, Jind
    State Highway 10,
    Block A, Sector 10,
    New Krishana Colony,
    Jind, Haryana 126102

Contact Numbers:

  • Contact No. – 01681-245291

Recruitment Notifications
Title:  Public notice regarding the recruitment for the post of Process Server, Peon, and Sweeper. Description: Office of the district & sessions judge, Jind Employment Advertisement Start Date: 12/01/2024 End Date: 30/01/2024 File: Download Notification

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