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Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Online Application Form

High Court Calcutta Recruitment 2016 Online Application Form for total 152 Lower Division Clerk, Peon, Stenographer, etc. vacancies advertisement has been publish today.

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Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Online Application Form

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016

Online applications are invited from eligible Indian Citizen in the prescribed proforma for preparation of panel to fill up the vacancies mentioned below, in different categories of posts in respect of the Judgeship of South 24 – Parganas. The details of vacancies, Scales of Pay are given here under :



Vacancies in Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016

Total vacancies in Calcutta High Court Lower Division Clerk, Peon, Stenographer, etc. post details are given below.

                   Name Of the Post

               Number of Vacancies
Stenographer Grade III ( Grade – C )

13

Bengali Stenographer Grade III ( Grade – C )

01
Lower Division Clerk

92

Peon

42
Farash

02

Day Guard

01
Mali ( Gardener)

01

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Eligibility

Minimum educational qualification for Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 for the Lower Division Clerk, Peon, Stenographer, etc. posts is given below.

  • Candidates applying for the post of Stenographer Grade III (Grade C) & Lower Division
    Clerk must have passed Madhyamik or equivalent examination from any recognised Board and must possess at least a Certificate in Computer Training from recognised Institution and a satisfactory fingering speed in computer operation. Moreover, for Stenographer Grade III (Grade C), a minimum speed @ 80 w.p.m. in Shorthand and typing speed @ 30 w.p.m. is required.
  • Candidates applying for the post of Peon, Day Guard & Farash must have Class VIII passed Certificate from any recognised School or recognised Madrasah or any other recognised Institution. In addition to the above qualification for the post of Day Guard, the candidates applying for the said post should be of sound health, good physique and free from any organic defect and body infirmity and female candidates will not be allowed to apply. For the post of Mali (Gardener) candidates applying must have the ability to read and write in Bengali.

Age Limit

  • Not less than 18 years and not more than 40 years as on 01.01.2016 for all categories of
    posts excepting Stenographer Grade III ( Grade C ) for whom maximum age limit is 37 years as on 01.01.2016.

Age Relaxation

  • Relaxation of age limit for five years in case of candidates belonging to SC & ST
    Category and 3 years in case of OBC (A) & OBC (B) category. The upper age limit in case of
    Physically Handicapped candidate is 45 years. Relaxation of age limit in case of Ex-serviceman category is as per existing Government Rules. There shall be no upper age limit for persons holding permanent posts of Typists or Steno-Typists under the Government applying for the post of Stenographer Grade III (Grade C).

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Pay Scale | Salary

                   Name Of the Post

               Pay Scale | Salary
Stenographer Grade III ( Grade – C )

Rs.7100 – 37600/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 3900/-

Bengali Stenographer Grade III ( Grade – C )

Rs. 7100 – 37600/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 3900/-
Lower Division Clerk

Rs. 5400 – 25200/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 2600/-

Peon

Rs. 4900 – 16200/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 1700/-
Farash

Rs. 4900 – 16200/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 1700/-

Day Guard

Rs. 4900 – 16200/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 1700/-
Mali ( Gardener)

Rs. 4900 – 16200/- with Grade Pay of Rs. 1700/-

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Important Dates

  • Starting Date to Apply Online Application Form: 14-07-2016.
  • Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 12-08-2016.

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Selection Process

  • Written Test
  • Interview

Calcutta High Court Exam Pattern | Syllabus 2016 [UPDATED]

Stenographer Grade III ( Grade C ) : –

  • Paper I – General English ( 100 marks ) – 100 Multiple choice questions covering spelling, correct use of words, correctness of sentences, use of common phrases, synonyms & antonyms and Punctuation. Time limit – 1½ hours.
  • Paper II – Dictation & Transcription (400 marks) comprising of Dictation lasting for 6 minutes followed by transcription of notes in candidates own handwriting for an hour.
  • Paper III – Typing (100 marks) – the candidates are required to type from a manuscript accurately in Computer @ not less than 30 w.p.m. The test will be of 10 minutes. On the basis of the result of all three papers a number of successful candidates will be called for Personality test where knowledge in computer operation will be tested. On the basis of the marks obtained in these three papers and personality test, a final panel will be prepared.

Bengali Stenographer Grade III ( Grade C ):-

  • Paper I – General Bengali (100 marks)100 multiple choice questions covering spelling, correct use of words, correctness of sentences, use of common phrases, synonyms & antonyms and Punctuation. Time limit – 1½ hours.
  • Paper II – Dictation & Transcription (400 marks) comprising of Dictation lasting for 6 minutes followed by transcription of notes in candidates own handwriting for an hour.
  • Paper III – Typing ( 100 marks ) – the candidates are required to type from a manuscript accurately in Computer @ not less than 30 w.p.m. The test will be of 10 minutes. On the basis of the result of all three papers a number of successful candidates will be called for Personality test when knowledge in computer operation will be tested. On the basis of the marks obtained in these three papers and personality test, a final panel will be prepared.
The number of errors that shall be admissible in respect of Paper I & Paper III
and qualifying marks in any or all the papers and in aggregate shall be fixed by the
Authority. 

 Lower Division Clerk:- 

  • The examination shall consist of two parts viz. Part I & Part II.
  • The Part I will carry 100 marks having 100 questions of 1 ( one ) mark each, comprising multiple choice objective type questions on English, General Studies and Arithmetic. The duration of Part I examination shall be of 1½ hours.
  • The Part II Examination comprising two Groups of conventional type question on English ( Group A ) and Bengali / Hindi / Urdu / Nepali ( Group B ) carrying 50 marks each for Group A & Group B. Only the successful candidates of Part I examination who will qualify, the qualifying marks for which will be fixed by this Authority, shall be called for Part II Examination. The duration of Part II examination shall be of 1 hour and will be subjective in nature and of Madhyamik standard. Candidates who will opt for Hindi / Urdu / Nepali, as the case may be, in lieu of Bengali in the Part II examination shall, before confirmation, have to pass Departmental Examination in Bengali during the period of probation. On the basis of result of Part II examination, a number of candidates will be selected for personality test and a final panel will be prepared on the basis of the result of the total marks obtained in Part II examination & Personality test. This Authority has the right to fix the minimum qualifying marks in Part II examination.

Peon / Day Guard / Farash:–

  • The examination shall consist of two parts viz. Part I & Part II.
  • The Part I will carry 50 marks having 50 questions of 1 ( one ) mark each, comprising multiple choice objective type questions on English, General Studies and Arithmetic. The duration of Part I examination shall be of 1 hour. Only the successful candidates of Part I examination will be called for Part II Examination.
  • The Part II Examination comprising two Groups of subjective type questions of Class VIII standard on English ( Group A ) and Bengali / Hindi / Urdu / Nepali (Group B) carrying 50 marks each for Group A & Group B. The duration of Part II examination shall be of 1 hour. Candidates who will opt for Hindi / Urdu / Nepali, as the case may be, in lieu of Bengali in the Part II examination shall, before confirmation, have to pass Departmental Examination in Bengali during the period of probation. On the basis of result of Part II examination, a number of candidates will be selected for personality test and a final panel will be prepared on the basis of the result of the total marks obtained in Part II examination & Personality test. This Authority has the right to fix the minimum qualifying marks in Part II examination.

Mali ( Gardener ):–

  • The selection shall be made on the basis of an interview. The Authority shall have the discretion to fix qualifying marks in any or all of the tests for different categories of posts mentioned above, and to relax such marks in respect of candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, OBC(A ), OBC(B), PH & ESM if deemed necessary.

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Advertisement

Calcutta High Court Recruitment 2016 Online Application Form

The online application will be of 3 (three) parts :

  • Part I – The candidate will have to fill up the basic information. After submission of the information the candidate will be asked to verify the information submitted and to rectify, if any. After verification the candidate will have to press ‘ I agree ‘ button that will appear on the screen ensuring that the information supplied by him/her are in order and no rectification is required. No further modification will be allowed after the candidate presses the ‘ I agree ‘ button. A 9 (nine) digit numeric code as Application ID will appear on the screen which the candidate has to remember and preferably has to note down. The candidate will have to log in as registered candidate with the 9 (nine) digit Application ID and 8 (eight) digit password as entered by him/her while filling up the application form for the 2 (two) other parts of the application form.
  • Part II – This part relates to payment of application fees. The candidate will have to log in as Registered candidate with the 9 (nine) digit Application ID and 8 (eight) digit password. A link regarding payment of application fees will appear in the webpage. The candidate may opt for payment of application fees online or offline. In case of online payment the candidate will have to make payment by Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking. In case of offline payment, the candidate will have to download 2 (two) copies of the challan and make payment in cash in any Branch of State Bank of India. The application fees can be paid online till 23.45 hrs. and within Banking hours for offline payment on the last date of submission of application form. In both online and offline payment Bank Charges as fixed by the Bank will be levied upon in addition to the Application fees as specified. On payment of application fees, the Bank will provide a journal number which has to be noted down by the candidates.
  • Part III – After payment of application fees the candidate has to log in as Registered candidate by entering Application ID and password. The details of application fees paid is to be entered i.e. amount paid, Journal number and date of deposit. The candidate will have to upload recent passport size photograph and full signature, the specification of the images are mentioned in Clause 4 of this Instruction. Application without photograph and signature and / or blurred photograph and signature will be summarily rejected without assigning any reason to the candidate thereof. After filling up of Part III the online application will be completed and candidates are to download the filled up form containing all information entered by the applicant and preserve the same for any future reference. Request for change / correction of application form will not be entertained under any circumstances.

Application Fees

The application fee is non-refundable.

Category of posts

S.C. / S.T.

All other categories

Stenographer Grade III ( Grade C ), Bengali Stenographer Grade III (Grade C), Lower Division Clerk

Rs. 150.00Rs. 300.00
Peon, Day Guard, Farash, MaliRs. 100.00

Rs. 200.00

through online by Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking /SBI Challan facility.

Calcutta High Court Call Letter Download 2016 (Admit Card)

  • Admit cards containing Venue, Date and time of the examination, as also other information, will have to be downloaded from the website. Candidate will have to follow the website for information regarding the date from when admit card can be downloaded. Candidates called for test(s) shall be required to appear at their own expense and no T.A. / D.A. is admissible

Calcutta High Court Exam Help Line Number

High Court Calcutta South 24-Paragnas (West Bengal)
Official Website – www.calcuttahighcourt.nic.in
Mail Id – rectt2016aliporecourt@gmail.com

Calcutta High Court Exam 2016 Online Practice Test:

  • Calcutta High Court Lower Division Clerk, Peon, Stenographer, etc. Exam Questions Answers. This mock test having question each, with four choices. On each click on answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. There many online practice set of Sarkari Naukri Exam Question answers quiz.

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