HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017 – Cut Off – Merit List

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HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017 – Cut Off – Merit List: HC (High Court) Of Punjab and Haryana has come up with a very good news for all those candidates who have given a written test for the post of Clerk. The news we got about Punjab and Haryana High Court is that they are going to announce the result of the written exam very soon. So, candidates who were eagerly waiting for the result can check their result from the official site of the department or applied candidates may also check their result right here on this page. So, keep an eye on this page or mark this page on your bookmark because no sooner the result will publish on its official site, we will updates it on this page. For detail information about the Cut Off, Merit List and Selection Procedure, Scroll down this page read next.

HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017:

Previously, Punjab and Haryana High Court has published the recruitment notification to recruit a total of 327 candidates for the post of High Court Clerk. For the same they received a plenty of application and to shortlist those applied candidates and select eligible candidates among them, they have conducted a written examination. Now, the result of the exam has been published by the department. So, applied candidates may check their result from the official site of the department or contenders may also check their result from this page because very soon we are going to updates the result on this page.

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Overall Standing And Statistics of HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017:

Post Details
Name of the Company Punjab and Haryana High Court.
Type of Post

High Court Clerk.

Total Vacancies

327 Post.

Mode Of Application

Online.

Recruitment venue

Punjab and Haryana.

Official Website  http://highcourtchd.gov.in/.

 

Selection Procedure For The HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017:

As per the instruction of the Punjab & Haryana High Court, candidates who have applied for the post will have to first appear for the written exam. This exam will be divided into two groups i.e General Knowledge and English Composition. After that candidates will have to appear for the computer based exam. This test is also divided into two groups i.e Word Processing and Spread Sheet which is mandatory and no marks will be allotted to the candidates in this test. At last, according to the merit list of the written exam, candidates getting highest marks will be called for the Document verification test. candidates selected in this test will be finally selected for the post.

Exam Details
Written Test.
  • General Knowledge – 501 Marks.
  • English Composition – 50 Marks.
Computer Based Exam (No marks Will be allotted in this exam).
  • Word Processing Test.
  • spreadSheet Test.
Document Verification (candidates Got passed in written test will be selected for this round). 
  • No marks.

 

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How To Check HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017:

The applicants who have given the exam can check their results on the official site of the department (http://highcourtchd.gov.in/). To check the of Punjab & Haryana High Court Clerk result candidates will have to follow the given below steps-

  • First of all, candidates looking for the result will have to go to the official site of the department (http://highcourtchd.gov.in/).
  • After logging into the site, you will see a “Result” option &  just click on it.
  • Then look for the desired result you are searching for and after getting the result just click on it.
  • After a click, you will be diverted to the next page where you can see your result and can take a hard copy of it for future reference.

Expected cut-off Marks Of HC Punjab & Haryana Clerk Result 2017:

Candidates given the written exam for the post of Punjab & Haryana High Court will have to score at least 33% in each subject but no candidates shall be considered qualified unless he/she scores 40% marks in the aggregates of both the subject.

 

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