High Court of Kerala Recruitment 2018: 03 Programmer Posts
High Court of Kerala Notification 2018 Vacancies For Programmer Post
High Court of Kerala invites application for the recruitment of eligible candidates for the post of 03 Programmer in the High Court of Kerala.
Total Posts: 03
Name of the Posts: Programmer
Education Qualification: BE/B.Tech/M.Sc (Computer Science/Electronics/IT) Full time regular Course or MCA (Full time regular Course)
Application Fee: Candidates have to pay Rs.400/- through Challan. No fee for Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes candidates.
Pay Scale: 35000 (Per Month)
Age Limit: born on or after 02/01/1982
Selection Process: Through Personal Interview.
How to Apply : Eligible and interested Candidates can apply online with the help of www.hckrecruitment.nic.in. website.
- Starting Date for Submission of Online Application : 09 April 2018
- Last Date for Submission Of Step-I Process : 25 April 2018
Advertisement and Application Form Link Details: For more detail Please visit official recruitment notification http://hckrecruitment.nic.in/app_notif.php#
About High Court of Kerala
Headquartered at Ernakulum in Kerala, High Court of Kerala is the highest court in the state of Kerala. In terms of the Article 214 of Constitution of India, every state shall have a high court and thereby the Kerala state also has got its own. With the backup of article 230 of Indian Law, the High Court of Kerala has got the jurisdiction extended to Union Territory of Lakshadweep as well. Including the chief Justice, there are 27 permanent judged in High Court of Kerala state.Apart from the said 27 judges, there are 11 additional judges and all the judges are being appointed by the President of India. The age limit for the permanent judges who continue in the office is 62 years.As of now, there are 18 Permanent Judges which includes the Chief Justice and 19 extra Judges.
The present Chief Justice of Kerala state is Hon’ble Chief Justice Mr Ashok Bhushan. In terms of Article 226 of the Constitution of India, the relation shall have power in relevance to its territorial jurisdiction to issue Directions and Orders for social control of the basic rights guaranteed to the voters of the Constitution or for the other purpose.
The Kerala High Court came into existence from 1st November 1956, which was located at Ernakulum. Its root is coming from the Rulers of Travancore-Cochin. The announcement for the recruitment to fill numerous openings in Kerala High Court get printed in employment news as well as other famous newspapers and is a perfect option for candidates who would like to make career within this field.