District Court, Nuh has released an announcement for the hiring of Clerk & Stenographer Interested candidates who meet the requirements can submit an offline application. Before Applying, First Please read the notification for eligibility, the age limit, the selection process, the curriculum, the pattern, the salary, and all other details.
Age Criteria and Qualifications
|Bachelor's degree, Matriculation with Hindi, Computer proficiency
|Bachelor's degree, Matriculation with Hindi, Computer proficiency, Shorthand Test
Applications should reach the District and Sessions Judge, Nuh by 07.02.2024, 5:00 P.M. Candidates must submit a separate application for each post. Incomplete applications will be rejected. The selection process includes written exams and proficiency tests. The detailed eligibility criteria and application forms are available on the District Courts website.
The selection for the post of Clerks will be made on the basis of a written examination in subjects of:
No candidate shall be considered for appointment unless he/she obtains 40% marks in aggregate (33% qualifying marks in each subject) in the written examination. The candidates who qualify the written exam shall be called for a Computer Proficiency Test. They will also have to qualify Computer Typing Test in English at the speed of 30 w.p.m.
The written test for the post of Clerk shall be held on 25.02.2024. The candidates shall report for the test at 9:30 A.M.
The place of the examination will be informed on the website http://djstcicts.ecourts.gov.in/mewat. No separate letter will be issued. It shall be the responsibility of the candidates to keep themselves updated about the same.
Candidates for the post of Stenographer Grade-III will have to qualify the English Shorthand Test and its Transcription at the speed of 80 w.p.m. and 20 w.p.m., respectively, on the computer. The candidates will also have to qualify a Computer Proficiency Test.
The prescribed Stenography test shall be held on 11.02.2024. The candidates shall report for the test at 9:30 AM. They should bring their own shorthand notebook and pencil.