Here is the good news for all the aspirants that Delhi High Court Recruitment is inviting applications for the posts of Attendants (Group – C) for total vacancies. The last date to apply for this application before the last date.
Delhi High Court Recruitment 2022
All the candidates who will apply for this recruitment need to appear for Written Test and Interview process. All interested candidates should fill the online application for Delhi High Court Recruitment before the last date.
Delhi High Court Recruitment Notification
Online applications are invited from the Indian Citizens for filling up the forms for Court Attendant and Room Attendant. Both the posts are for Group C.
Application Start Date: Update Soon
Last Date to apply: Notify Soon
Last Date of Fee Payment: Update Soon
Exam Date: TBD
Interview Date: TBD
Women/SC/ST/PWD: No fee
Male OBC candidates: Rs. 300/-
How to apply:
- Click here (Direct link) to apply.
- After going to this link, fill the Application form for registration
- New users need to create a register first and then do the registration.
- Now log in and upload photo and signature
- Click on Submit and pay the application fee.
- Print application and keep it safe for further reference.
Delhi High Court Vacancies 2022
Total vacancies in this Delhi High Court Recruitment 68 posts. There are 63 vacancies for Court Attendant and 05 vacancies for Room Attendant.
Apart from above vacancies, 02 vacancies for PH Candidates and 07 vacancies for Ex-Servicemen is there.
Delhi High Court Eligibility Criteria
Below chart shows eligibility parameters,
|Education Qualification||Matriculation pass or equivalent from a recognized Board or Industrial Training Institute Pass Certificate from a recognized Institute|
|Age Limit||Age should not be below 18 years and over 27 years as on 2021|
Now as earlier mentioned, that you need to appear for Written Test and Interview process. Hence knowing Delhi High Court Exam pattern will be helpful.
The examination will be conducted in two phases:
Stage I – written test
Paper Type: Multiple Choice Question
Total Time: Two and a Half hours
Total Marks: 100 Marks
- General Knowledge
There shall be 25% negative marking for each wrong answer.
Stage II – Interview
All the candidates who are qualifying written exam need to appear for Personal Interview Round.
Qualifying marks for objective test – 45 (i.e. 45% of 100 marks)
Qualifying marks for interview – 04 (out of 15 marks)
Final selection will be based on cumulative marks in both rounds.
Note: Experience in cooking/carpentry/electrician job/driving is preferred.
That’s all on Delhi High Court Recruitment 2022. Please apply before the last date of application and let us know in comment if any questions.