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12 LDA, Process Server, Jr. Librarian & Other Posts at West Sikkim District Court 2018

Job notification for 12 LDA, Process Server, Jr. Librarian & Other Posts in West Sikkim District Court, West Sikkim on Temporary Basis. Applications are invited by West Sikkim District Court (Located at Gyalshing, Sikkim) on or before 05 Mar 2018 for 12 vacancies.

Total Vacancies 12
Start Date
Last Date
Job Location District & Sessions Court, West Sikkim at Gyalshing

Age Limit: West Sikkim District Court 2018

18-40 years as on 28.02.2018

Posts Details:

Application Fee: West Sikkim District Court 2018

₹50 Bank Draft in favour of the District & Sessions Judge, West Sikkim at Gyalshing for the posts of System Administrator, LDA, Junior Librarian, Record Keeper and Despatcher.

Selection Process for West Sikkim District Court 2018

The selection will be on the basis of interview.

How to Apply for the post

Eligible candidates may send their application in prescribed format (attached below) to the District & Sessions Judge, West Sikkim at Gyalshing on or before 05 Mar 2018, along with supporting documents duly attested and 3 (three) recent passport size photographs and attested copies of following documents.

i. Valid Employment Card,
ii. Educational documents as listed in the column of requisite qualification against each post,
iii. Birth Certificate,
iv. Bank Draft

Those who are already m Government service shall apply through proper channel.

Important Dates

Notification Date 02 Feb 2018
Last Date for Submission of Application Form 05 Mar 2018

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ABOUT WEST SIKKIM:

West Sikkim is a district of the Indian state of Sikkim. Its capital is Geyzing, also known as Gyalshing. The district is a favourite with trekkers due to the high elevations. Other important towns include Pelling and Yuksom.

West Sikkim is the site of the ancient state capital Yuksom. It served as Sikkim’s capital beginning in 1642 for almost 50 years until it was shifted to Rabtense. The district was under the occupation of the Nepalese for 30 years in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. After Anglo-Nepalese War (1814–16), the district was returned to Sikkim.

West Sikkim covers an area of 1,166 square kilometres (450 sq mi). Attractions include the Khecheopalri Lake, where, according to legend, not a leaf is allowed to fall on the surface of the lake and the Dubdi Monastery, the first monastery of the state.


 

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