The excavated relics indicate that the earliest ruling families of Angul were the Kadamba Kings belonging to the Kashyapa Gotra. Raja Dhanurjjaya Singh Jagaddeva was the foremost ruler of the dynasty, who consolidated the border villages like Khargaprasad, Mangalpur, and Kamlang and constituted an integrated whole of the Angul Kingdom. The other great rulers of note are Raja Nityanand Singh Jagaddeva, Raja Krushna Chandra, and Raja Somnath Singh. According to the history of Angul, Raja Krushna Chandra is the father of the cultural tradition of Angul. Being issueless, he was succeeded by his younger brother. But in spite of being a competent ruler, he had to acknowledge his territory to the vibrant Marathas.
The Marathas ruled the whole of Orissa for a couple of years and finally ceded Angul, along with the entire region of Orissa to the British East India Company in 1803 A.D and thus, the British era started in the history of Angul.
During the British regime, the rulers mainly followed the Company’s direction in ruling the State. Continued disputes for the throne prompted the British Governor-General, Mr. Richardson, to direct the Acting Collector and the Settlement Commissioner for a joint investigation. The Governor-General deposed Prithvi Singh, the former ruler, who was the sole contriver of the troubled situation in Angul and elected Somnath Singh, a boy of 14 years as the eminent successor of the throne of Angul.
As far as the history of Angul is concerned Somnath Singh is the last king of Angul who ruled for as long as 33 years, i.e. from 1813 to 1847. In 1831, the British General Captain Dunlop was determined to depose the king and nominated his son, Loknath Singh Gambhira Samant on the throne by a proclamation and annexed the kingdom of Angul as the administrative unit under the direct provision of the British.
According to the historical facts of Angul, though the native chiefs were apparently at the helm of affairs, yet they acted entirely under the direction of the British Government and the Government was always in favor of occupying Angul from the native chief. Being a developed seat of economy and culture, Angul was always a favorite for the British. Ultimately, the British forces confiscated the entire region of Angul on 16th September 1848. Loknath Singh, the final king, was also deprived of his hereditary right of kingship with a monthly allowance of Rs 50. Angul, thus come under the sway of the British and was administered by the Superintendent of the Tributary Mahals, until 1891, when Angul was constituted as a separate district and the whole land of Khondmals was attached with it. Down from 1891, the British constituted the history of Angul, with a political establishment.
Angul as a separate revenue district of Orissa came into existence on April 1, 1993. Presently, it is the 11th largest district of Orissa in terms of area. It shares common borders with the district of Sundargarh in the north, Deogarh, Sambalpur & Sonepur in the west, Boudh & Nayagarh districts in the south, Dhenkanal & Cuttack in the south-east & Keonjhar in the east. Angul, the headquarter town, is about 160 kilometers from the state capital Bhubaneswar. It is situated on the National Highway No 42, making it well accessible from all parts of the state.
Although it is a new district strategically it is the most advanced owing to its vast coal mines that earn large revenue for the state. The district is also abundant with other natural resources, which helps it to contribute a good amount of revenue to the state government. The district covers a geographical area of 6232 square kilometers and supports a population of about 12.70 lakhs. Big industries like National Aluminium Company (NALCO), Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL), National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC), Heavy Water Plant, Talcher, Indian Aluminium Product Ltd., etc. are situated in the district. The great natural resources and beauties like Satakosia Gorge over river Mahanadi, famous Budhi Thakurani & Lord Jagannath Temple, the unique puppet dance “RavanChhaya” signify the rich culture and tradition of this district.
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When it comes to the selection process, the candidates have to take up 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 for the selection process for the posts of Stenographer, Clerk, Peon, Process Server, Gardner, Chowkidar, Liftman, Sweeper, Watchman, Chauffeur, Cook, etc. in the Angul District Court. The procedure is as follows
- Written Test
- Computer Based Test
- Skilled Test/Typing Test
- Interview/Viva Voce
- Office of District & Sessions Judge,
Pin – 759122
- 06764-230150 – Office of the Registrar, Civil Courts, Angul
- 06764-232230 – Court Manager, District Court, Angul
- 06764-232932 – System Officer, Server Room, District Court, Angul
- Revised list of Successful candidates selected for appointment to the post of Jr. Typist.
- List of selected candidates to appear in the Computer Test (Practical) & Type Test on 09.01.2021 at 10.00 A.M for the post of Junior Clerk for TLSC, Chhendipada
- List of Candidates Qualified in the written examination held on 13.12.2020 for the post of Jr. Clerk for TLSC, Chhendipada.
- List of Successful Candidates selected for appointment to the post of Stenographer Grade-III, District Court Angul Advertisement Year-2019-2020
- List of Successful Candidates selected for appointment to the post of Jr. Typist, District Court Angul Advertisement Year-2019-2020
- List of Successful Candidates selected for appointment to the post of Jr. Clerk-cum-Copyist, District Court Angul Advertisement Year-2019-2020
- Revised Notice for the post of Stenographer Grade-III
- Revised Notice for the post of Junior Typist
- Notice for Computer Practical Test, Typing Skill Test & Stenography Test for the post of Jr. Clerk-cum-copyist, Jr. Typist and Stenographer, scheduled to be held on 12.12.2020 commencing from 9.00 A.M.
- A list of candidates is selected to appear in the written examination for the post of JUNIOR CLERK for TLSC, Chhendipada, scheduled to be held on 13.12.2020 at 10.30 A.M.
- Recruitment for the post of Jr. Clerk in District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) / Jr.Clerk in Taluk Legal Services Committee (TLSC), Chhendipada
- List of Candidates has Qualified in the written examination held on 05.01.2020 for the post of Jr.Clerk,Jr. Typist, Stenographer Grade-III, The Practical test for the said posts scheduled to be held on 01.04.2020 hereby postpone until further order.
- A list of candidates is selected to appear in the written examination for the post of STENOGRAPHER GRADE-III of Angul Judgeship, scheduled to be held on 05.01.2020 at 10.00 A.M.
- A list of candidates is selected to appear in the written examination for the post of JUNIOR TYPIST of Angul Judgeship, scheduled to be held on 05.01.2020 at 10.00 A.M.
- A list of candidates is selected to appear in the written examination for the post of JUNIOR CLERK-CUM-COPYIST of Angul Judgeship, scheduled to be held on 05.01.2020 at 10.00 A.M.
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