The Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur is going to conduct the written exam for the posts of lower division clerk and stenographer. The exam is not finalized yet as the board has decided to extend the application submission. Also, the board had given a chance to the applicants who could not submit the fee but had submitted the applications.
Now the Board will release the HCRAJ Clerk admit Card for the examination. The applicants with the valid applications will get to download the Admit card online. we are here to provide all the information related to the exam pattern and admit card downloads.
Rajasthan High Court Clerk Admit Card 2017 & Exam Date
HC Raj Lower Division Clerk Admit Card & LDC Exam Date
|Exam Authority||Rajasthan High Court|
|Exam name||Lower Division Clerk/ LDC|
|Exam Dates||Schedule not Announced|
|Admit Card Release date||15 Days prior to the exam|
Here we will provide useful information regarding the Admit Card, paper pattern, and the syllabus for the examination. The aspirants are advised to go through the article.
n High Court LDC Exam Paper pattern
The Written Examination shall include the following papers & each paper will carry the number of marks shown against it:-
|Written exam pattern|
|Paper Name||Paper 1 English||Paper 2 Hindi|
|Duration||90 mins||90 mins|
There will be objective type Question Papers containing 100 Questions in each. Both the papers shall be conducted simultaneously in one shift of three hours.
The Computer [Efficiency & Speed] Test shall consist of two papers:-
|Paper Name||Paper 1 Speed Test||Paper 2 Efficiency Test|
|Duration||10 Mins||10 Mins|
- Minimum speed should be 8000 key depressions per hour on the computer. Data will have to be fed in Hindi or Dual Language, i.e. Hindi and English.
- The marks in the Speed Test shall be awarded as per the following formula: (20/8000) x Net Speed (in depressions per hour)
- The font for Computer Test shall be “Kruti Dev 010” for Hindi and “Calibri” for English.
- Persons with Disabilities will be exempted from Papers of Computer Test. They will be awarded marks in Computer Test on the basis of average marks obtained by them in the Written Test.
- On the basis of qualifying marks secured in Paper I & II in written test, candidates to the extent of 15 times of total number of vacancies shall be declared qualified to be called for Computer (Efficiency and Speed) Test, but in the said range all those candidates who secure the same percentage of marks as may be fixed by the Recruiting Authority for any lower range will be admitted to the Computer (Efficiency and Speed) Test.
- No candidate who failed to secure 50% marks in the aggregate with at least 40% marks in each paper of written examination and computer test, at the competitive examination shall be selected. If two or more of such candidates obtain equal marks in the aggregate, their names shall be arranged on the basis of general suitability.