Calcutta High Court - Stenographer/ Lower Division Clerk - Graduate

Applications from the eligible Indian Citizens in the following prescribed format are invited for preparation of separate panels to fill up the existing and expected vacancies, mentioned below, in different categories of posts at Malda Judgeship.

Bengali  Stenographer
Lower Division Clerk

English Typist/Copyist
Process Server
Office Peon

Qualification :
In  respect  of Group –: For all posts in Group-B & C category, the Candidate must have passed Madhyamik or equivalent examination from any recognized Board and at least a Certificate in Computer Training from a recognized Institution and a satisfactory fingering speed in Computer operation. Moreover, (i) for L.D.C., knowledge in type-writing in English is preferable (ii) for Typist-Copyist, , a minimum typing speed from legible manuscript @ 30 w.p.m. in English is required  (iii) For Bengali Stenographer(Basic Grade), a minimum typing speed from a legible manuscript  for 10 minutes @ 20 w.p.m. in Bengali and a minimum speed @ 60 w.p.m. in Bengali shorthand and also knowledge in computer operation are required.  In respect of Group

Mode of Examination: -
(1) For Lower Division Clerk: - The examination shall consist of two parts viz. Part-I and Part-II. Only the successful candidates of Part-I examination who will qualify, the qualifying marks for which will be fixed by the Appropriate Authority, shall be called for Part-II Examination. The Part-I will carry 100 marks having 100 questions of 1 (one) mark each, comprising of multiple choice objective type questions on English, General Studies and Arithmetic. The duration of Part-I examination shall be 1 ½ hours. The Part-II shall consist of conventional type question on (a) Group-A-English and (b) Group-B-  Bengali/Hindi/Urdu /Nepali  carrying 50 marks each for Group-A and Group-B. The duration of Part-II examination shall be 1 hour and the Syllabus for which will be fixed by the Appropriate Authority. Candidates who will take Hindi or Urdu or Nepali, as the case may be, in lieu of Bengali of the Group-B of Part-II Examination shall, before confirmation, have to pass a Departmental Examination in Bengali during the period of probation. On the basis of the result of the Part-II examination a number of candidates will be selected for personality test carrying 10 marks and a final panel will be prepared on the basis of the result of the total marks obtained in Part-II Examination and personality test. The Appropriate Authority shall fix the minimum qualifying marks in  Part-II Examination. The standard of examination  shall be similar  to that of Madhyamik of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education

Last Date : 8th March 2013

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