HP High Court Clerk Syllabus 2022 is Available NOW High Court of Himachal Pradesh has Provided the Detailed Syllabus for Clerk/Proof Reader Examination 2022 Download Detailed Syllabus Of Himachal Pradesh High Court Judgment Writer Syllabus pdf 2022 Check Himachal Pradesh HC Proof Reader Selection Process & Exam Pattern 2022 for Clerk, Peon / Orderly / Chowkidar Cum Safai Karmchari & Other Various Posts
HP High Court Clerk Syllabus 2022
Latest Updated on 13-Sep-2022 : Himachal Pradesh High Court has Provided the Official Syllabus for Clerk, Chowkidar Cum Safai Karamchari & Other Various Posts. Candidates can Check Detailed Syllabus & Latest Exam Pattern From Below…
About HP High Court Recruitment :
High Court of Himachal Pradesh has invited the Candidates for the Recruitment of 21 Posts of Clerk / Proof Reader (Class-III) & Judgment Writer (Class-II). Many Candidates Filled there Application Form for these Posts. The Process for Submitting the Application Form was Conducted Online. The Dates for Submitting Online Application Form is 14.09.2022 and the Last Date of Submission Online Application Form was 14-10-2022. Candidates Can Check there Recruitment Details From the Below Provided Link.
About HP High Court Clerk Exam :
HP High Court is going to Conduct the exam for the Recruitment of Junior Clerk & various Others. Soon the exam will be conducted & the Date of Examination will be announce. The Exam will be Written Type. Candidates can check more details from below.
All those Candidates who are applying in that competitive exam can get all the Syllabus related details from this Article. Here we are providing you the broad syllabus which helps you for clearing the OBC Bank Specialist Officer Exam.
HP High Court Clerk Selection Process :
|Protocol Officer||Written Exam|
|Junior Office Assistant (IT)||Written Exam|
|Process Server||Written Exam|
|Clerk, Peon / Orderly / Chowkidar Cum Safai Karmchari etc||Merit List based On educational qualification|
|Mali||Merit List On educational qualification|
|Stenographer Grade 3||Stenography Test|
Exam Pattern :
Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows:-
Candidates shall have to qualify the stenography test with the speed of 80 W.P.N. in English Stenography and 60 W.P.M. in Hindi Stenography and accurate transcription of the matter dictated within a period of 5 times to the time allotted for dictation and also a typing test in English with the typing speed of 40 W.P.M. and a typing test in Hindi with typing speed of 30 W.P.M. on computer, wherefor a separate test shall be held.
Provided that only 10% of the mistakes in transcribing the dictated matter and typed matter in typing test shall be allowed. In other words the candidates committing more than 10% mistakes in transcribing the dictated matter and in typed matter, in typing test, shall be declared as unqualified.
Protocol Officer, Clerks, Junior Office Assistant
(1) Screening Test
Maximum Marks : 100
Time : 2 hours
(i) International = 15
(ii) National = 25
(iii) Himachal Pradesh =30
|Basic knowledge of Computers||10|
(2) Written Test
Maximum Marks : 80 Marks
Time : 2 hours
|Essay, in English, preferably relating to the subject- 300 words||20 marks|
|Essay, in Hindi, preferably relating to the subject- 300 words||20 marks|
|Translation from Hindi to English (one paragraph containing at least ten sentences)||10 marks|
|Translation from English to Hindi (one paragraph containing at least marks sentences)||10 marks|
|Short questions relating to the subject||20 marks|
The candidates shall have toqualify, typing test with a speed of 30 W.P.M. in English and 25 W.P.M. in Hindi, on Computers. Provided that only 10% of the mistakes in typing test shall be permitted.
Note-1:-The time for typing test shall be ten (10) minutes.
Note-2:-The typing test shall be merely qualifying and marks obtained therein shall not be counted for
determining the final merit.
Note-3:- Final merit list shall be drawn on the basis of marks obtained in written test.
Maximum Marks : 100
Time : 2 hours
A Screening Test(both in English and Hindi) consisting of MCQs carrying four choices for each question, out of which the correct answer shall have to be given, by the candidates on OMR sheets by blackening the appropriate circle or any other mode as suggested in the question paper-OMR sheet. Each question shall carry equal weightage of one mark. The Screening Test shall be touching the following topics:-
i) Testing the mechanical knowledge of automobiles,
ii) Duties and responsibilities as a Driver of the Government vehicles.
iii) Duty of driver of motor vehicle to give information to immediate superi or/incharge/controlljng officer/police, in the event of an accident or an injury to a person.
iv) Role, duties and responsibilities as good samaritans.
V) Use of flag on vehicle, how and when to use, its maintenance and preservation etc.
vi) Maintenance of the vehicle records viz. Log book, Registration certificate, Insurances, accessories, etc.
vii) General upkeep and maintenance of the vehicle.
viii) Awareness level of traffic Signs, signalling, driving
regulations, safety measures, etc.
ix) Awareness of emergency numbers, latest technology used
in vehicles, pollution compatibility, insurance, etc.
X) Testing basic knowledge of first aid.
xii) Etiquettes, manners towards dignitaries their family members and colleagues.
xiii) General awareness about State of HP, Social, economic, geographical and political aspects etc.
Marks : 40
Proficiency Test of total 40 marks to be held to judge the practical ability of the driver to drive the vehicle and the committee, consisting of Member Secretary/Judicial Officer(s) and Technical Officers/offioials constituted by the Chief Justice, shall allot marks in the proficiency test out of forty (40) as per the performance of the candidate in the driving test. The candidate securing less than twenty four (24) marks shall be declared as disqualified.
Note-3:- Final merit list shall be drawn on the basis of marks obtained in Proficiency test.
|General Knowledge |
Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions of 1 mark each, consisting of mathematics, General Science, English, Hindi, Reasoning of +2 Standard and General Knowledcie.
Maximum Marks : 40
Time : 1 hour
|Essay Writing, in Hindi, on one topic out of three (250 words)||25 marks|
|Application/Letter, in English, in about 100 words||15 marks|
Evaluation shall be of 10 Marks
|Educational Qualification||5 marks|
|Experience (as Class IV or on Clerical post etc.)||5 marks|
Final Words :
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Important Links for HP High Court Clerk Syllabus :
|Admit Card||HP High Court Clerk Admit Card|
|Recruitment Details||Detailed HP High Court Clerk Recruitment|
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