Gauhati High Court Admit Card 2021: 237 LDA & Copyist Vacancy

The Gauhati High Court has released admit cards for the 237 posts of the LDA & Copyist Written Exam. The written exam will be held on 19-12-2021 (Sunday). 

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Gauhati High Court Admit Card Details:

Name of Post: LDA and Copyist

No. of Post: 237 

Recruitment Board: Gauhati High Court

Date of Exam: 19th December 2021

How to Download Gauhati High Court admit card:

Candidates who have submitted an online application for the Gauhati High Court LDA & Copyist Recruitment may download admit card from the Gauhati High Court website – https://ghconline.gov.in/ 

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Selection Process of Gauhati High Court LDA & Copyist Vacancy 2021:

A common written examination will be held for selection to the above-mentioned Posts for all the establishments of all the districts, However, final selection will be made district-wise. on completion of the selection process, the posts to the selected candidates of a particular district will be allotted as per the norms to be decided by the High Court subject to availability of posts.

Stage-I: 

Common Written Test (OMR-based objective Questions with Multiple Choices) of two-hour duration of 120 marks.

(i) General English (50 marks), General Knowledge including Computer Knowledge (30 marks) and General Aptitude (20 marks)

(ii) Official language of the state of Assam (Assamese): 20 marks (which will be qualifying in nature, qualifying marks shall be 40% of 20 i.e. 8 marks).

Marks obtained in the Assamese language segment will not be counted in preparing the merit list of the written tests as well as the final select list.

Stage-II: 

Candidates in the ratio of 1:3 from the rank-wise mark sheet of the written test (3 times the total posts of a particular district) will be called to the viva-voce (15 marks). On the basis of the grand total marks obtained by the candidates in the Written Test and viva-voce, the final selection will be made district-wise.

Note: In the case of candidates obtaining the same grand total marks, the candidate who obtains more marks in the written test will be given preference. where marks obtained by such candidates in the written test are also the same, then the candidate who is senior in age will be given preference.

The High court reserves the right to fix the cut-off marks, if any, for the written test. There shall be no negative marking.

 

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