The Delhi District Court would be releasing the Peon, Orderly Dak Peon, Chowkidar and Sweeper exam admit cards today, March 3. The written examination for Peon, Chowkidar and Sweeper will be held on March 7, 2021, Sunday. After the release of the admit cards of common written examination for Peon, Orderly/Dak Peon, Chowkidar and Sweeper the candidates who have applied for the posts will be able to download their admit cards.
According to the schedule, the Delhi District Court to release the admit cards of the successfully registered candidates on 3rd March at its official website i.e delhidistrictcourts.nic.in. After its availability, the candidates could download their admit cards using their Registration Number and Password. The written examination will be held on 7 March in centers situated within the area of NCT of Delhi & NCR only.
The OMR-based examination for Peon, Orderly/Dak Peon, Chowkidar, Sweeper is being conducted for the second time after it was conducted on 28th February 2021 for the candidates enrolled in the first week of Registration. The examination on 7th March is scheduled for the candidates who registered in the last week of the Application.
Direct link to download Delhi District Court Peon Admit Card- Click Here
How to download Admit Card:
Visit the website i.e - delhidistrictcourts.nic.in
On the homepage, click on 'Recruitment of Peon/Orderly Peon/ Chowkidar, Sweeper in District Courts'
Click on 'Admit Card for Peon, Orderly/Dak Peon/ Chowkidar, Sweeper Exam to be held on 7 March'
Enter your Registration Number and Date of Birth in the required columns
Click on 'Submit' Admit cards will generate, print a copy of the same for examination purposes.
There shall be an Objective type MCQs carrying common examination for the post of Peon/Orderly/DakPeon, Chowkidar and Sweeper/Safai Karamchari (Post Code – A-5). The examination is scheduled to be held on March 7, 2021 (Sunday).
According to the notification, the Examination would consist of four (04) parts, i.e., English, Hindi, General Knowledge (including Current Affairs), and Arithmetic. The question paper except for English language and Hindi Language will be printed in Bilingual (i.e. in English and Hindi).
For Objective Type MCQs carrying test (Total 100 Marks), the minimum qualifying marks would be 50 Marks for Unreserved category, 45 Marks for SC/ST/OBC/EWS/ PwD & Ex-SM. The Final merit of successful candidates will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in aggregate of the candidate’s performance in the Objective Test (MCQ) and Interview. Each question will carry one mark. There shall be one mark for each correct answer. There shall be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer
The dates for holding the examination (Objective/MCQ Test), Driving Test, Interview, Results, and other information can be found on the official website of the Delhi District Courts i.e. www.delhidistrictcourts.nic.in.