UTTAR PRADESH GAZETTE, APRIL 2,1955
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, KHARAGFUR
kmiiJTITTSE'MK-NT No. 8/55
APPLICATIONS (in duplicate) invited for undermentioned posts
from Indwn Citizens and For sons migrated from Pukistf n with in-
tention of permoiiently settling in India or subject of Ncp.:,!, Sikkim
or Portuguese! possession in Jndi.i- Higher initial pay to specially
qiiiilified .md uxpunoncod candidates. Particulars .ind application
farm* fi'oia registrar, Indian Institute of Techualogyj Kharagpur.
Beanos^ f°r forma must specify name of poata and should he
EH3CQ»p.i.niud by self-addrBSRi-d unstnmpod envelope at least of size
g"X 4* indicating thereon name of post for which faijnsaxe required.
plosive date for receipt of applications together with treasury receipt
or Crossed IndunPogtul OrderforRs.7-8 (Es.l-14for Scheduled CaateB
payable to Secretary, Union Public Service Gqmmi-
No cause having been .shown, the rertifirate of registration of
the Petroleum Workera'[Union, U. P.. Kanpur, w hereby canrplled
under section 10(6) of the Indian Trn.le Unions Act, 1U2G.
The President of the Union, Sri tS\vadhin Terma and the
Secretary/General Secretary, Sri Shyama Xandan Pandey, are
also hereby warned that this time only the registration certificate
of the Union is ranrelled for non-submission of the return by the
prescribed date. In future legal action will be taken against
the office bearers of the Union, under section 31 of the Indian
Trjde Unions Act, 1 P2h, in thp event of recurrence nf such a default.
KATSTPFITR : jj. C. PANT.
5B» ftf<j^i/,n' nf Tiatlr, Unfnns.
ssiion, at Ne<v Delhi PostOffiw, 23rd April, 1 D55, (7th M.y, 1955, for
Apphcmts.ibrn.ul). Union Public Service Commission may remit
gonuineiii.lig^nt and bonafide displaced persona's fee. Ct ndidutea
abroad m.iy apply on pl.iin p.ipor. If forms ore not avi.iL ble i,nd
deposit foe with Local Embassy. If required ctmdid^ tes must uppear
J3T THE COURT OF .TLTDQE SM VLL ClUHE \\1TH POWERS
OF INSHLVEXOY JUDOE. GORAKHPUR.
T iJ L AG.AEWAL
e Ct i //,
for'personal intervisw. Qualifications rel, ,x. ble tllt _ „__
discretion in the caao of candidates otherwise well.qUlhftfd.
T^ree posts of Professors of Civil Engineering—
(ra) Structural Engineering j
(6) Hydraulic Engineering ; and
(e) Public Hralth or Building Construction.
Pay Rs. 1,000 —50—1,500.
QualificatiowB—Efssevitial :(i) First Class Degree in Civil En-
gineering or Post-Graduate Dogreein Civil Engineering of a recognised
University • (u) Expedience of About 7 year's covering design, cons.
traction and research ; (iii) specialisation in any one or more of the
following subjects :
For (a) (i) Reinforced concrete structures ; (ii) Steel
structures ; (iii) Bridge Engineering . (iv) Soil mechanics
and foundation engineering.
For (b) (i) Rivor and waterways engineering ; (ii)
Hydraulic structures including dam design and construction j
(iii) Drainage, irrigation and flood control ; (iv) Water-
For (c) (i) Public Health Engineering; (ii) Building Cons-
Desirable— :(i) Corporate membership of a recognised pro.
fessional institution ;
(ii) Teaching experience in an institution of University
(iii) Experience of guiding research-
Posts Permanent. Probation one year.
Candidates selected for appointment will be required to join
duty immediately after selection.
P. N. SEN GUPTA,
Pe'iUon DO. 6 of 1955
In the tnnttfr tf—
Aiya Mitra Sharinan, son of Rain Lakhaii Sharman.
resident of mnhalla Hflmnyoon City, Gorakhpnr
(Debtor) . .. . . .. Applicant.
WHEREAS thp ah.-Aenauied apphc, nthaq applied to this court by
a petition dated the 16th February 16, 1955, to be declared an .
insolvent under the Provincial Insolvency Art V of 1920 and your
name appears in the list of creditors filed by the aforesaid debtor.
This is to give you notice that the rourt has fixed the 29th (twe iy- ,
uintl , day of April, 1955 for the hearing of the aforesaid petition
and examination of the debtor. If you desire to be represented
in the matter you should attend in person or by duly instructed
B. N. BHARTI.
OFHCE OF THE
[Notice under section 10(6) of the Indian Trade Unions Act, 1926.]
WHEREAS the Sri Radhey Rolling Mills Workers' Union, Morad-
, , e a
•uonofthRen3 framed under the Indian Trade
TrAn^alRetnmforth^eardescnbedab not been fur-
oished even up to this date.
J!i Sr^^LSytoX SM°S «»n
fflKd2£?tftai5?oS3leI under section 10(6, of the Indian
Trade Unions Act, 1\)26. _
WHEBE9 the Petroleum Workers' Union U. P- Kanpur, rfigia-
t«T»fl ««,£! • £o 11™ ofl952-53 as a Trade Union under aeotion
llli^Inl^'T\^^^ im (XVIof 1926), contra.
JenedtheproviBionaof Action 28 of the aaid Act by failing to
submit to tbo undersigned its annual return for the year ending
m MwJh 5l 1954 bv July 31, 1954, the date prescribed by
£guSon 'i?' of the R^JonsWed under the Indian Trade
Unions Acb, 1926, a notice under seotion 10(6) of the s^d Act was
issued to th\J said Union to show cause, witlun _ two months
of the service of the notice, why the certificate of its regwtration
should not be cancelled, The period of the notice expired on
KU 2^S Tha Annual Return for the year deaonbad
ftbcwhiw not been forniabed even up to this data.
IN THE COURT OF THE DISTRICT JUDGE OF KUMAUN
Present : SKI AMBIKA PKASAD SHIVASTAVA, Judge
Insolvency C*se no. 12 of 1954 (K)
In the matter of—
Sri Jodh Singh, son of Khim Singh, resident of village
Beluwakhan, Dawalehunga, tahsil Naini Tal '
patti PachhamiChhafchata, district Naini Tal Applicant,
WHEREAS the abovenamed applicant has applied to this Court
by a petition dated the I6h December, 1354, to be declared insolvent
under the Provincal Insolvency Act, 1920, the Court has fix
16th (sixteenth) day of April, 1955 at Naini Tal, for hearing
of the aforesaid petition nd the examination of the debtor- If
any person desire to be represented in the matter he should attend
personally or by duly instructed pleader.
Given under my hand and the seal of the Court, this the 19th
day of March, 1950.
K. D. PANT,
IN THE COUBT OF MUNSIP SECOND COURT, MONGBYR
T, S. No. 23/54
I n the matter of—
Harela Singh, son of Sardar Bhagat Singh, deceased
of Keshopur, police station 'Jamalpur, district
(1) Pritpal Singh, son of Kartar Singh, deceased
(2) Sundar Kaur, widow of Kartar Singh deceased
K. P. 91 Kosalpuri, Qumti no. 5, Kanpur
WnBBHAS the abovenmned plaintiff has brought a suit numbered
above in this Court for rendering acoountSi the uboven..moid defen-
dants it is hereby notified for information of the defendants that
18th (eighteenth) day of April, 1955 has beer, fixed in the tbove suit
for settlement of issues and the defendants &re directed to bppe^r
personally orthroughanauthoriasdpleaderontheufbresaid d,Lteu,nd
Jut in written Htjtpjnent in the suit and in eaae of default the aviit
will be heard and decided ea-parte in their absence.
Given under my hand and the sea,l of this Court, this the 14th
day of March, 1955.
G, P. SHARMA,