Kerala High Court Office Attendant Admit Card 2021 to be released soon, Exam on 16 May

Kerala High Court will release the admit card or hall ticket of the Office Attendant examination soon. Once released, candidates who have applied for the posts, can download Office Attendant admit card at hckrecruitment.nic.in.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Apr 05, 2021 10:52 IST
Kerala High Court Office Attendant Admit Card 2021 to be released soon, Exam on 16 May
Kerala High Court Office Attendant admit card

Kerala High Court (HCK) has decided to conduct Office Attendant (Advt - 14/2019) examination on May 16, 2021 and ahead of the examination will release the admit card on its official website. The admit cards for Office Attendant exam 2021 are expected to be released shortly. Once the admit card released, the candidates who have applied for the 24 posts of Office Attendant against advertisement number 14/2019 shall download Login credentials. 

Written test for the post of Office Attendant (Recruitment. No. 14/2019) in High Court of Kerala is scheduled on 16 May 2021 at various centers in Kerala.

Admission Tickets will be uploaded to the Recruitment website of the High court of Kerala three weeks prior to the commencement of the Test. Candidates are asked to visit the website of Kerala High Court i.e (https://hckrecruitment.nic.in) from time to time to check updates on the publication of the admit cards.

How to download the Office Attendant Admit Card at Kerala High Court website, steps to follow are hereby shared-

1. Visit the website https://hckrecruitment.nic.in/home.php

2. At homepage click on blinking link that shows- 'Admission Ticket of Office Attendant Examination (Advt No- 14/2019)'

3. Enter login credentials and security code before final click on 'Submit'.

4. Kerala High Court Office Attendant Admit card 2021 will appear on screen, save and download that for examination purpose.

Read- Maharashtra HSC Hall Ticket 2021 Released, Download here

Selection will be based on the basis of Written test and interview. The written test will be of Objective Type consisting a total of 100 Marks. The duration of the examination will be 150 minutes. The objective type test to be answered on the OMR answer sheet will have 4 topics - (a) General Knowledge & Current Affairs- 50 marks, (b) Numerical Ability- 20 Marks, (c) General English- 15 Marks, (d) Mental Ability- 15 marks.

The examination will be divided into two Parts- Part 'A' and Part 'B'. In Part 'A' there will be questions of 75 marks. Part 'B' will consist of questions of 25 marks. The qualified candidates will be further called for an interview.

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