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Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card 2017 Download Clerk Hall Ticket

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Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card

Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card 2017: Punjab & Haryana High Court has issued Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card for the written exam. For selection to the posts of Clerk in District Courts, Chandigarh, organization is going to conduct written exam on 12.02.2017. So, candidates who have applied for the post and going to participate in exam may download the Punjab & Haryana High Court Hall Ticket through this page.

This Page Includes:
  • Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card Download
  • Punjab & Haryana High Court Clerk Exam Pattern
Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card

Punjab & Haryana High Court Admit Card

Name of Organization
Punjab & Haryana High Court
Posts Name
Clerk
Exam Date
12.02.2017

Candidates can also download the Punjab & Haryana High Court Clerk Admit Card from official site through online process by taking some below mentioned instructions. For more details regarding Punjab & Haryana High Court Exam Admit Card, candidates may go through below section of this page which is created by the team members of privatejobshub.in

Way to Download High Court of Punjab & Haryana Admit Card:
  • Candidates are going to appear in exam can download Admit Card through official website of organization that is www.sssc.gov.in.
  • On home page choose “Candidates' Alerts” section from the right side of page.
  • After that select and hit the appropriate link related to clerk admit card.
  • Now hall ticket page will be displayed on your computer screen.
  • Candidates have to fill required details such as your Roll no, DOB etc.
  • Hall Ticket will be displayed on your computer screen within a minute.
  • At last, save it or take the print out of Admit Card and bring it at the time of examination.

Amazing Facts That You Must Know:

Society for Centralized Recruitment of staff in Subordinate Courts under Punjab and Haryana High Court is to organize recruitment for positions of Clerk, Stenographer Grade III and Driver on behalf of District and Sessions Judges of the States of Punjab, Haryana and UT Chandigarh. Organization was commonly known as Lahore High Court, which was recognized on 21 March 1919. The jurisdiction of that court enclosed undivided Punjab and Delhi.

Association is going to conduct recruitment exam for Clerk Post, so candidates who are going to appear may get admit card from below provided direct official link. The applicants shall paste his/her photograph, duly attested by a Gazatted Officer, on the E-Admit card. The photograph must be same as uploaded by aspirant in his/her online application.


Exam Pattern For Clerk:
  • The written exam is objective type cum Subjective Type paper.
  • The written exam contains General Knowledge & English Composition.
  • The minimum qualifying marks for each subject is 33%.
  • For each wrong answer, there will be negative marking of 1/5 mark.
Subject
Maximum Marks
Qualifying marks
50
33% in each subject but no candidate shall be considered to have qualified the written examination unless he/she obtains 40% marks in the aggregate of both subjects
50

Further Process:
  • Thereafter, out of total applicants who will qualify the written examination, the number of aspirants as decided by Hon‟ble the Central Recruitment Committee will be called for Computer Proficiency test.
  • Computer Proficiency Test will comprise of two parts.
  • In Part-I i.e. Word Processing Test, the candidates will have to qualify Computer Typing Test in English at the speed of 30 W.P.M. In Part-II, aspirants will have to qualify the Spread Sheet Test.

Important Date:

Date of Examination: 12.02.2017

Note:

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