Birbhum district court Recruitment 2022 Apply Steno clerk vacancy Notification at Www.calcuttahighcourt.gov.in – sarkari result


MODE OF EXAMINATION:

FOR THE POST OF ENGLISH STENOGRAPHER, GRADE-III [GROUP-BJ:

Paper-I: Dictation & Transcription (400 Marks) I Duration: 1 hour and 10 minutes I Dictation lasting for 10 minutes followed by transcription of notes in candidate’s handwriting for 1 hour.

Paper-II: General English (90 Marks) Duration: 1½ hour I Syllabus: Spelling, correct use of words, correctness of sentences, use of common phrases, synonyms and antonyms, punctuation and questions designed to test writing skills, grammatical accuracy and comprehensive knowledge of English.

Paper-III: Typing in Computer (80 Marks) Duration: 10 minutes I Candidates are required to type from a manuscript in English accurately with the help of Computer with the speed not less than @ 30 words per minute {W.P.M.}.

The date{s} of examinations will be notified by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum later.

There would be negative marking for errors committed in Paper-I and Paper-III examinations as may be fixed by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

Assessment of marks in Paper-II examination shall be made only for those candidates who secure qualifying marks in Paper-I examination. The qualifying marks in Paper-I examination shall be fixed by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

Candidates who secure qualifying marks in Paper-II examination shall only be eligible and invited to appear in Paper-III examination. The qualifying marks in Paper-II examination shall be fixed by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

On the basis of the results of Paper-I, Paper-II and Paper-III examinations, a number of candidates shall be called for Personality Test carrying 30 Marks, consisting of 10 Marks for Viva Voce and 20 Marks for proficiency in Computer operation and application.

The number of candidates to be called for Personality Test shall be fixed as per the decision of the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

The final Panel of successful candidates will be prepared on the basis of the total marks obtained in Paper-I, Paper-II, Paper-III examinations and the Personality Test.

The medium of instructions in the examinations shall be English.

FOR THE POST OF BENGALI TRANSLATOR [GROUP-BJ:

For selection to this post, there shall be written examinations consisting of 2 {two} Papers, viz.,

Paper-I {Preliminary f Duration: 1½ hour} and Paper-II {Main f Duration: 1½ hour}.

The date{s} of examinations will be notified by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum later.

Candidates will be called for Paper-II examination only if they secure qualifying marks in Paper-I examination as may be fixed by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

Paper-I shall carry 100 marks having 100 questions of 1 {one} mark each, comprising of objective type multiple-choice questions on English, Bengali, General Knowledge and basic Mathematics.

There shall be negative marking of 1 {one} mark against each wrong answer in Paper-I.

Paper-II examination shall consist of conventional type questions designed to test the proficiency in translating from English to Bengali and from Bengali to English and also the writing skill, grammatical accuracy and comprehensive knowledge in English and Bengali.

The question paper in Paper-II examination shall have 2 {two} groups, viz., Group-A: English and Group-B: Bengali carrying 40 marks each.

On the basis of result of Paper-II examination, a number of candidates will be called for Personality Test of 20 Marks, consisting of 10 Marks for Viva Voce and 10 Marks for proficiency in Computer operation, application and basic skill in typing on Computer.

The number of candidates to be called for Personality Test shall be fixed as per the decision of the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

The final Panel will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained in Paper-II examination and the Personality Test.

The standard of examinations shall be similar to that of Graduation from University with Honours or equivalent examination.

The medium of instructions in the examinations shall primarily be English.

FOR THE POST OF LOWER DIVISION CLERK [GROUP-CJ:

For selection to this post, there shall be written examinations consisting of 2 {two} Papers, viz.,

Paper-I {Preliminary f Duration: 1½ hour} and Paper-II {Main f Duration: 1½ hour}.

The date{s} of examinations will be notified by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum later.

Candidates will be called for Paper-II examination only if they secure qualifying marks in Paper-I examination to be fixed by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

Paper-I shall carry 100 marks having 100 questions of 1 {one} mark each, comprising of objective type multiple-choice questions on English, Bengali, General Knowledge and basic Mathematics.

There shall be negative marking of 1 {one} mark against each wrong answer in Paper-I.

Paper-II shall consist of conventional type questions designed to test the writing skill, grammatical accuracy and comprehensive knowledge in English and Bengali.

The question paper in Paper-II examination shall have 2 {two} groups, viz., Group-A: English and Group-B: Bengali of 40 Marks each.

On the basis of result of Paper-II examination, a number of candidates will be called for Personality Test of 20 Marks, consisting of 10 Marks for Viva Voce and 10 Marks for proficiency in Computer operation, application and basic skill in typing on Computer.

The number of candidates to be called for Personality Test shall be fixed as per the decision of the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

The final Panel will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained in Paper-II examination and the Personality Test.

The standard of examinations shall be similar to that of Madhyamik Examination of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education or equivalent examination.

The medium of instructions in the examinations shall primarily be English.

FOR THE POST OF PROCESS SERVER (SUMMON BAILIFF) [GROUP-CJ:

For selection to this post, there shall be written examination consisting of 1 {one} Paper, viz.,

Paper-I {Main f Duration: 1½ hour}.

The date{s} of examinations will be notified by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum later.

Paper-I shall carry 90 marks having 90 questions of 1 {one} mark each, comprising of objective type multiple-choice questions on English, Bengali, General Knowledge and basic Mathematics.

There shall be negative marking of 1 {one} mark against each wrong answer in Paper-I.

On the basis of result of Paper-I examination, a number of candidates will be called for

Personality Test {Viva Voce} of 10 Marks.

The number of candidates to be called for Personality Test shall be fixed as per the decision of the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

Basic knowledge of the candidate in Computer operation is desirable.

The final Panel will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained in Paper-I examination and the Personality Test.

The standard of examination shall be similar to that of Class-VIII of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

The medium of instructions in the examinations shall primarily be English.

FOR THE POST OF PEON / NIGHT GUARD [GROUP-DJ:

For selection to this post, there shall be written examination consisting of 1 {one} Paper, viz.,

Paper-I {Main f Duration: 1½ hour}.

The date{s} of examinations will be notified by the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum later.

Paper-I shall carry 90 marks having 90 questions of 1 {one} mark each, comprising of objective type multiple-choice questions on English, Bengali, General Knowledge and basic Mathematics.

There shall be negative marking of 1 {one} mark against each wrong answer in Paper-I.

On the basis of result of Paper-I examination, a number of candidates will be called for

Personality Test {Viva Voce} of 10 Marks.

The number of candidates to be called for Personality Test shall be fixed as per the decision of the District Recruitment Committee, Birbhum.

The final Panel will be prepared on the basis of total marks obtained in Paper-I examination and the Personality Test.

The standard of examination shall be similar to that of Class-VIII of the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education.

The medium of instructions in the examinations shall primarily be English.

IMPORTANT NOTES REGARDING MODE OF EXAMINATION:

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