23rd July, Date Announced by RHC For the Examination of LDC Posts

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A written exam will be conducted for the recruitment of Lower Division Clerks (LDC) on July 23, 2017, the examination cell, Rajasthan High Court has announced. In a press note issued here on Monday (June 19, 2017), the Rajastha High Court Exam Cell notified (referring to notification no. RHC/Exam.Cell/2o17/93 dated February 18, 2017) that the candidates who have applied for this recruitment process will be issued the admit cards soon and that the LDC exam date has been fixed as 23rd July, 2017 (Sunday).

Exam dates

When Rajasthan High Court had released the notification to the Lower Division Clerk (LDC) posts, there were 1,726 vacant posts which were subjected to change. Along with LDC, the court had also notified of some 313 vacancies of Stenographers. While skill tests for Steno recruitment will be held on dates between May 29 to June 3, 2017, the LDC exam will be a single day test, scheduled for 23rd July.

Admit Cards

The candidates may keep visiting the court’s official website www.hcraj.nic.in for updates. The notice regarding Rajasthan High Court LDC exam date 2017 and admit card download can be.

The date of admit card issuance has not been notified but expectedly, the same will be available to download in the first week of July for the concerned candidates.
Examination Scheme
LDC exam will be of 3 hours duration and there will be 2 parts of it i.e., Hindi & English. Both parts will have 100 questions each and and candidates will have 90 minutes for each part but the papers will be held simultaneously over the duration of 180 minutes. Paper 1 is English and Paper 2 will be Hindi. Each question will have 1 mark, and the examination a total of 200 marks for 200 questions.The candidates who will qualify the written exam will then be called for computer test, the date of which will be notified in due time.

Cut-off marks

The candidates must secure at least 50% marks (aggregate) in the test to be considered for place in the merit list. Apart from aggregate marks, candidates also have to secure at least 40% marks in each paper.

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