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MP High Court Assistant Grade III Exam Admit Card

MP High Court Assistant Grade III Exam

The Madhya Pradesh High Court in Jabalpur has announced vacancies for the post of Assistant Grade III. The total number of posts up for grabs is 82. Out of this, 41 posts are for General Category, 13 for Scheduled Castes, 16 for Scheduled Tribes and 12 for Other Backward Classes. MP High Court is seeking dedicated and talented candidates for these 82 positions. As no prior tests or pre-exam was conducted, all the candidates are eligible for the final Mains Examination.

The Mains Exam is scheduled for 20th of December, 2014 and the timing and venue of the exam will be mentioned on the admission card. The candidates can download their Admit Card from the official website of MP High Court.

To be eligible to appear for the Mains Exam, the candidate should possess the minimum qualification of a degree in any discipline from a recognized University, along with a Diploma in Computer Applications and passed in the exams based on Hindi & English typing. The maximum age of the candidate to be appearing for the exam should be 35 years for male and 40 years for female candidates. The candidates who have applied for the Mains Examination for the post of Assistant Grade III are requested to download their Admit Card or e-admission card. Candidates should be informed that all Hall tickets or Admit Cards will not be reaching by post and will ace to be downloaded from the official site around 10 days prior to the date of written exams’.

Exam Pattern:

  • The Mains Exam of the post of Assistant Grade III will test the typing speed and knowledge of English language.
  • The written exam will be divided into 3 sections; the first will be Hindi Typing for 35 Marks, the second will be English Typing for 35 Marks and the third will be General English for 20 marks; making it a 90 marks question paper.
  • The candidate will get 10 minutes each for Hindi and English Typing and 20 minutes for General English making it a 40 minute examination.
  • After written exam, selected candidates are shortlisted for the interview round. The interview also carries 10 marks making the total of the exam to by 100 marks.

The Admit Card for the written examination will be available shortly and can be downloaded from here. Candidates are advised to regularly visit the official website of Madhya Pradesh High Court to be update son the latest news and information about the admission card and the written examination. You can also visit for more information.

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