High Court Clerk admit card has been issued by the Rajasthan High Court as the LDC (Clerk) exam is scheduled to be held on July 23. The applicants can download Rajasthan High Court Clerk admit card by using their respective Application ID and date of birth, the examination division of High Court notified on Wednesday. Read below for more details.
Rajasthan High Court LDC admit card has been released by the Examination Cell. The candidates can download High Court LDC/ Clerk admit card from the official website.
Rajasthan High Court, Jodhpur had notified to fill 1,726 vacancies of Lower Division Clerk (LDC) in February and the applications were submitted in online mode from February 22 to March 18. The High Court is conducting the written exam for filling Clerk vacancies in District Courts on the basis of Rajasthan Subordinate Courts Ministerial Establishment Rules, 1986. The LDC exam date was notified in June and accordingly, Clerk admit card has been now issued to all the eligible applicants.
Rajasthan HC has also published the eligibility list of candidates who have been provisionally selected to sit for the written exam. Earlier on June 24, HC had published a list of 8,361 candidates whose applications were rejected. The candidates can now check their eligibility status from the official website rhcexam.raj.nic.in. Also, to download LDC admit card, the candidates will have to access admit card-cum-attendance sheet after logging into the portal.
Since the educational qualification required for Clerk posts was just Class 12, several lakh candidates have applied for it. All the candidates who have applied for LDC posts, are required to get a printout copy of High Court Clerk admit card and paste his/ her recent passport size colour photo on the specified place. One is required to carry the admit card and original ID proof at the respective exam center on the exam day to gain access.
Rajasthan High Court LDC exam will be conducted in a single shift of three hours on July 23. The written exam is divided in two papers wherein Paper 1 will be of English and Paper 2 will be of Hindi. Both the papers will consist of 100 multiple choice questions and the candidates will have to answer them in OMR sheet. The maximum marks in each paper will be 100.
The candidates will have to score minimum qualifying marks (40 marks in each paper) in the written exam in order to be selected for further process. The candidates equal to 15 times the number of vacancies will be called for Computer Test, the date of which will be intimated after the written exam.
As of now, High Court Clerk admit card is available for download, come back here after the exam for updates on answer key.