The aspirants who have girded up their loins for the 6th of May Karnataka High Court Civil Judge Preliminary Exam shall be able to download their Admit Card after 20th of April 2016. We shall update the post with the CJ written exam Notice as soon as it is released by the exam conducting body. The link of the Kar High Court CJ Admit Card is provided below. But before that the related information from the post.
As per the Selection Procedure, all the applicants who had applied for the posts of Civil Judge posts shall have to face the Preliminary exam on the said date followed by Mains and Viva Voce. So the candidates will have clear the hurdles of three procedures.
About Karnataka Pre Exam 2016-
The Preliminary exam shall consist of 100 Multiple Choice Questions of 100 Marks. The Paper shall have 3 parts. The First two parts - Part A and Part B shall focus on the technical portion of Law such as Code of Civil Procedure, 1908, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, Transfer of Property Act, 1882, Indian Contract Act, 1872 etc. The Part C shall be formed from the General Knowledge Portion and Reasoning Aptitude along with Mental Ability. So a lot of things to be prepared for the first round of competition.
Now time to Download Karnataka High Court Preliminary Exam Admit card 2016-
As the date of exam is flashing on the screen, there are a huge no of would-be examinees making a vain search for the Admit Card for the said exam. But dear examinees, you will have to wait for a few more days before your Call Letters appear on the main official website of karnataka High Court.
We shall also be engaged in connecting our page with the direct link of Civil Judge Exam Admit Card. So rest assured that your Roll No Card can be downloaded from below very soon.
You have just to click on the given link below and you shall be taken on the new page. Fill the details sought there and submit them and again wait for a couple of seconds. The Admit Card shall appear and take out its print.
Note - The Direct link for the Hall Tickets shall be developed later.