Gauhati High Court Admit Card 2015-16 for Stenographer, Private Secretary and Personal Assistant Examination are now out from January 29th, 2016. Candidates who enrolled for this recruitment can download their hall ticket then, using official website. Written test for steno posts will be taking place on February 7th, 2016. On another side, written exam for Private Secretary/ Senior Personal Assistant to be taken on 14th February 2016.
As per notification being published on official website of the exam conducting body i.e www.ghconline.gov.in, steno exam hall ticket has been released. GHC has released the list of eligible candidates who are going to participate in written test. As per the list, approximately 1750 candidates will be taking this objective test.
For 191 posts of Grade III stenographers, applications were invited by the court in the middle phase of the year 2015. The last date for registration in online mode was 27th June 2015. Aspirants should be able to grab the hall ticket using Date of Birth, roll number and then entering “Security Code” characters show in the image there.
- Date of Steno Examination: Feb 07, 2016
- Date of Personal Assistant Examination: Feb 14, 2016
Selection for the Steno recruitment to be based on following events:
- Written Exam having Multiple Choice Questions on General English for 100 Marks.
- Stenography Skill Test for 100 Marks.
- Interview for 10 Marks.
Examination for Private Secretary and Senior Personal Assistant will be conducted on same day. The Timing for PS test is 10:00 A.M to 11:00 A.M. Timing for SPA examination is 12:30 P.M to 1:30 P.M. Duration of both tests is 1 Hour (60 Minutes). Gauhati High Court Private Secretary/ Senior Personal Assistant Admit Card 2016 will be issued from 8th February 2016.
|GHC Exam||Exam Date||Download Admit Card|
|Steno||7th February 2016||Click Here|
|Private Secretary/ Senior Personal Assistant||14th Feb 2016||Click Here|
About Gauhati High Court
Established on 1 March 1948, GHC is originally called “High Court of Assam and Nagaland.” This court came into existence under Government of India Act 1935. Under the North East Areas (Reorganization) Act, 1971, it was renamed to GHC which is its current title. It serves the largest jurisdiction in terms of states covered by it i.e Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Mizoram.
Each year the court requires manpower for various tasks. That’s why the court recruits people for various vacancies. Usually the GHC Recruitment are process within 3-4 months. Selection methods used by the authority are written test and document verification. Interview system took off the roots in recent advertisements. Exam date, admit card related notices are issued at http://ghconline.gov.in/NoticeRecruitment.html.