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Shillong rose to prominence as the capital of Assam under Chief Commissioner administration, with its management transferred from the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal, as stated in Proclamation No. 379 dated 6 February 1874 and Notification No. 380 issued by the Governor-General in Council. Concurrently, the Scheduled Districts Act, of 1874 designated the entire Assam under the Chief Commissioner as Scheduled Districts.

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On 11 September 1968, the Indian government unveiled a plan to establish an autonomous State within Assam, as outlined in the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution. The Constitution (22 Amendment) Act, 1969 empowered Parliament to create this autonomous State. Consequently, the Assam Reorganization (Meghalaya) Act, of 1969, established Meghalaya as an autonomous State within Assam, encompassing the United Khasi-Jaintia Hills District and the Garo Hills District.

In 1970-1971, the North Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971 granted statehood to Meghalaya, officially forming it on 21 January 1972 with Shillong as its capital. This Act also introduced Paragraph 12A, ensuring Meghalaya Legislature’s laws prevailed over those of District or Regional Councils. The establishment of the High Court of Assam in Shillong on 5 April 1948 marked a significant judicial milestone for the region.

The Gauhati High Court, formed under the North-Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, of 1971, catered to multiple North Eastern States and Union Territories. In 1995, a Permanent Bench of the Gauhati High Court was established in Shillong. Later, the High Court of Meghalaya was established in 2013 under the North-Eastern Areas (Reorganization) Act, of 1971.

The Shillong Bar Association, established in 1913, played a pivotal role in India’s freedom movement, boasting notable members such as Charu Datta, Lala B.K. Dey, and F.A. Ali Ahmed, who later became the President of India. Many members faced imprisonment for their involvement in the Quit India Movement, receiving recognition as Freedom Fighters. The Association celebrated its centenary in 2013, with His Excellency Shri. R.S. Mooshahary, the then Governor of Meghalaya, was the Chief Guest.

Meghalaya High Court Recruitment 2024 – Latest and Upcoming Notification

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

Meghalaya High 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 Allahabad High Court. The procedure is as follows

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

Postal Address:

  • High Court of Meghalaya
    MG Road,
    Shillong, Meghalaya
    Pin – 793001

Contact Numbers:

  • Landline: +91364 230 8600
    Fax: +91-3642-500064

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