Gauhati High Court Admit Card 2022
Gauhati High Court has released the official notification of the Written Examination for the recruitment of 237 LDA and Copyist vacancies under the district courts of Assam.
The candidates who have submitted their online applications for these LDA and Copyist posts will have to appear in an OMR-based written examination on 22nd May 2022.
The admit cards for the written test will be released w.e.f 10th May 2022. Candidates may accordingly download their admit cards from this page.
Gauhati High Court Admit Card Details
Name of post: LDA and Copyist
No of posts: 237 Posts
Name of organization: Gauhati High Court
Type of exam: Written Examination
Date of exam: 22nd May 2022 (Sunday)
Time of exam: 10 AM to 12 Noon (2 hours)
Place of exam: Respective district of choice
Admit card status: Not Released.
Date of admit card release: 10th May 2022 from 3 PM
How to download Gauhati High Court Admit Card 2022?
Candidates who applied for these positions online can now download their call letters. They can get the admission card by following the processes listed below.
# Scroll down, and go to the Important Web-Links section.
# Click on Gauhati High Court Admit Card Link.
# Enter your Roll Number and Date of Birth.
# Verify the captcha and click on the Search Candidate button.
# Now, you will find an option to download your admit card.
Important Web Links
List of Candidates- Click Here
Examination Notice- Click Here
Official Website- Click Here
Gauhati High Court LDA & Copyist Vacancy Selection Process
The Gauhati High Court LDA & Copyist Vacancy selection process is divided into two stages:
A Common Written Test (OMR-based objective Questions with Multiple Choices) of the two-hour duration of 120 marks will be held.
(i) General English (50 marks), General Knowledge including Computer Knowledge (30 marks), and General Aptitude (20 marks)
(ii) Official language of the state of Assam (Assamese): 20 marks (which will be qualifying in nature, qualifying marks shall be 40% of 20 i.e. 8 marks).
# Marks obtained in the Assamese language segment will not be counted in preparing the merit list of the written tests as well as the final select list.
Candidates in the ratio of 1:3 from the rank-wise mark sheet of the written test (3 times the total posts of a particular district) will be called to the viva-voce (15 marks).
Moreover, the final selection will be made district-by-district based on the candidates’ overall marks in the Written Test and viva-voce.