Delhi District Court Peon Chowkidar Answer Key 2021: 28 February Common Exam Analysis & Review

Delhi District Court on Sunday, February 28 conducts Peon, Chowkidar, and Sweeper examination. As the Peon-Chokidar and Sweeper examination on 28th February is over an analysis of the Common test is being shared.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 28, 2021 14:10 IST
Delhi District Court Peon Chowkidar Answer Key 2021: 28 February Common Exam Analysis & Review
Students taking examination- Photo I Representational

The Delhi District Court (DDC) on Sunday, February 28 conducts Peon, Chowkidar, and Sweeper written examination. The examination is conducted successfully at the designated centers in Delhi-NCR. The candidates who appear for the DDC Peon/Chowkidar/Sweeper exam have a look at the paper analysis of the examination. Official Answer key would be displayed on the official website of the Delhi District Court i.e https://delhidistrictcourts.nic.in.

According to the reports, there is a common examination is conducted for the post of Peon/ Orderly/ Dak Peon, Chowkidar, and Sweeper/ Safai Karamchari from postcode- A-5. A common examination consisting of Objective type MCQs for the post of Peon/ Orderly/ Dak Peon, Chowkidar, and Sweeper/ Safai Karamchari is held following the social-distancing and Covid19 related guidelines.

There was a maximum of a total of 100 Marks in the 28th February held examination. The duration of the examination was 120 minutes (02 hours). The Examination consisted of four parts, i.e., English, Hindi, General Knowledge (including Current Affairs), and Arithmetic. The question paper except for English language and Hindi Language was printed in Bilingual (i.e. in English and Hindi).

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English- 25 questions- Moderate level

Hindi- 25 questions- Difficult level

General Knowledge (Including Current Affair)- 25 questions- Moderate Level

Arithmetic- 25 questions- Moderate to Difficult level

Each question carries 1 mark. There is one mark for each correct answer. For every wrong answer, there would be a negative marking of 0.25 marks.

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The candidates who score 50 percent for General Category i.e. 50 Marks and 45 % for Reserved Category i.e. 45 Marks in the Objective/MCQ Test will be called for an Interview (Maximum of ten times the total vacancies).

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