Process Server is one who works in the legal field. He performs tasks like filing court papers, serving legal documents and document retrieval etc. he serve legal documents to a person involved in a court case. Process serving laws are differ by state, so each individual process server may have a distinctive way of carrying out things.
Subordinate officer is a person who belongs ro a lower or inferior class. They work under their superior and follows their instructions.
Kadapa District Court Recruitment 2015 for Process Server/Office Subordinate Details:–
Last date for Application Submission: 19th September 2015 by 05:00 P.M.
Job Location: Kadapa (Andhra Pradesh)
Number of Posts: 95 posts
Name and Number of Posts:
|Name of the post||Number of posts|
|Office Subordinate (Attender)||55|
For Process Server
Candidates must have passed VII Class examination and must be able to ride a Bicycle
Pay Scale: INR 15,460 – 47,330/- per month
For Office Subordinate (Attender)
Candidate should have passed VII Class examination conducted by A.P. State Government
Pay Scale: INR 13,000 – 40270/- per month
As on 1st July 2015.
SC/ ST/ BC: 5 years
Physically Handicapped & Ex-Service Men: 10 years
Candidates will be selected based on written test, interview.
Candidates have to pay Rs. 200/- for post 1 through Demand Draft drawn in favour of The Principal District Judge, Kadapa, payable at Kadapa from any Nationalized Bank. No fee for SC/ ST/ PH/ Exservicemen candidates.
How to Apply:
Eligible candidates may send their applications in legal size paper in the prescribed format affixing recent passport size photograph duly attested by any Gazetted Officer along with attested copies of relevant documents, duly stamped self addressed envelope cover by Postal/ Registered Post/ Courier to The Principal District Judge, Kadapa on or before 19-09-2015 by 05:00 P.M. Superscribe the envelope as “Application for the post of Process Server/ Office Subordinate (Attender)”.
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Kadapa District Court is located in Kadapa city of Andhra Pradesh. It was established in 1948. The district has 35 number of Courts, which include 9 districts courts, 6 senior civil judge courts and 22 junior civil judge courts. N. Raghava Rao is present District and Sessions Judge.
One of the State among 29th state of India, Andhra Pradesh is located in the southeastern coast of the nation. It is covering an area of 1,60,205 square kilometers of India. It is the tenth largest state which has population of approximate inhabitants of 8.46 crores, out of which 4,24,42,146 are male and 4,21,38,631 are females, ratio of the state is 993 and literacy rate is 67.02% as per census 2011. On 2nd June 2014, the state is divided and formed a new state named “Telangana”. Hyderabad is the capital city of State, which is de jure capital of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. As the state is located on the sea coast of Bay of Bengal, it makes Andhra Pradesh rich in agriculture-based industry. The economy of Andhra Pradesh is mainly based on agriculture and livestock, It is known as “Rice Bowl of India”. 60 percent of population of State is engaged in agriculture sector. The state is one of the store house of mineral resources of the country. It is a home of PepsiCo, Isuzu Motors, Cadbury India, Kellogg’s, Colgate, Palmolive, Kobelco etc. Andhra Pradesh is is also a largest producer of eggs in the country, therefore it is also called “Egg Bowl of Asia”. Telugu is the official language of Andhra Pradesh. It is rich in culture in terms of worships, literature, arts, music, spicy cuisine, architecture, dance and literature. The state experiences monsoon climate all throughout the year. Hyderabad is mainly famous for its Char Minar. Bollywood actress Tabu belongs to Hyderabad.
Kadapa is a city in Rayalseema region of Andhra Pradesh. It is surrounded by Nallamala and Palakonda hills. It is the gateway from the west to the sacred hills of Tirumala.
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