The Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court Chandigarh it to conduct the Written Exam for the Posts of Clerks to work in various District Courts in the state. The court shall upload the Admit Cards / Call Letters for the same exam very soon which shall be available at the Official website of the P & H High Court just 10 or 15 days earlier of the exam.Check details regarding the Clerical Recruitment Exam Admit Cards / Roll Nos from below –
The exam is expected to take place in the month of September. The Exact date of the Clerk Written Exam shall be announced and published at the same portal with Recruitment Related Links. Latest news is that the Roll No for this exam has been uploaded. Check the links ahead. Best of Luck.
Download Chandigarh High Court Clerk Exam Call Letter/ Roll No
There were more than four Hundred Posts of Clerk for 19 Districts. Roughly there were 16 Posts for Jind District, 17 for Gurgaon, 13 for Ambala and so on. There were huge applications for these posts. The qualification was Graduation with the knowledge of Computer.
As the exam may be held in September, the Clerk Exam Admit Cards shall be available to be grabbed from the first week of September. So keep visiting this page for Admit Cards related updates.
How to grab your Clerk Exam Admission Form –
- First make sure that you are at the official website – https://www.recruitmenthighcourtchd.com/
- Here visit the Recruitment Section.
- Click on it and search for Clerk exam Admit cards 2015.
- Click again and fill the details sought.
- The Admit Card shall appear.
- Take out its print and get ready for the exam.
Or you can click here for High Court Clerk Admit Card
Clerk Written Exam Pattern and Syllabus 2015 –
As per the Selection Procedure for Punjab & Haryana High Court Clerk Recruitment, there shall be the Written Exam followed by the Typing Test. There shall be the two Part of the Written Exam that shall be of 100 Marks.
Paper 1 for General Knowledge –
It shall be of 50 Marks. There shall be the questions from History, Geography, Haryana State, Judiciary and sometimes it is seen that there are questions from Maths and Reasoning. So the syllabus of this paper is unpredictable. The qualifying marks for this paper are 17.
Paper 2 for English –
This paper shall also be of 50 Marks. The Paper shall be both Subjective and Objective. The Subjective Paper shall be of 20 Marks ( 10 Marks Translation from Hindi to English and 10 Marks Composition either a Paragraph or an Application ). The Objective Portion Shall consist of Grammar and Comprehension. It will be of 30 Marks. The Qualifying marks for this paper are also 17.
Note : The aggregated Qualifying marks for Chandigarh High Court Clerk Recruitment Exam is 40.
The selected candidates shall have to undergo the Typing Test with 30 WPM Speed.