Haryana & Punjab High Court Admit Card & Stenographer Grade-III Exam Date Notice – sssc.gov.in Punjab Haryana High Court Steno Admit Card 2021.
Society for Centralized Recruitment of Staff in Subordinate Courts is a recruitment agency that works under the High Court of Punjab and Haryana. The recruitment department has issued the Stenography Test notice for Stenographer (Grade 3) posts in Haryana Punjab High Court. As per the officially available notice, the Haryana Punjab High Court Driver exam date is February 28, 2022.
The Subordinate Courts of Punjab, as well as Haryana, will conduct the exam in various centres located in Chandigarh and S.A.S Nagar, Mohali. As per the notice, dated 08 Feb 2022, the Haryana Punjab High Court Admit Card for Stenographer Test will be released on the official website from 24th February 2022.
Haryana Punjab High Court Steno Admit Card/Exam Date 2022
|Employer||Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh|
|Recruiting Agency||Society for Centralized Recruitment of Staff in Subordinate Courts|
|States||Haryana and Punjab|
|Stenography Test Date||27th February 2022|
|High Court Driver Admit Card release||24th February 2022|
|Technical Helpline Eemail@example.com|
This Bharti was announced in August 2021. The online applications from the experienced stenographers were invited up to the first week of September month. Now, the schedule for the first phase of the selection is out on the official website that can be accessed by the eligible candidates.
Download Punjab Haryana High Court Steno Admit Card 2022
The Haryana Punjab High Court Admit Card 2022 will be released at www.sssc.gov.in website. A direct download link will be added here to this article by the APSSB.in Team. Kindly, wait for further updates and keep visiting this page.
Candidates must follow the Covid-19 guidelines during the court examination. Entry to the exam centre won’t be allowed without a proper mask. Social distancing shall be dully followed by the aspirant in the exam hall.
Punjab & Haryana Court Driver Exam Pattern 2021
For Drivers: Candidates who obtain the minimum 40% marks in the written exam will be shortlisted by the recruitment committee for the practical test. The driving test will be conducted to check the driving and interaction skills of the aspirants. Final selection will be done on the basis of the driving test only.
- There will be 50 Multiple Choice Questions in the paper.
- The exam will be conducted in the offline pen-paper based mode.
- The questions in the driver exam will be related to Traffic Rules/Signs, Driving Skills, General Awareness and Aptitude.
- There isn’t any negative marking in the driver exam. Each question carries 01 Mark.