Bombay High Court has released the lists of eligible and rejected candidates for the Shorthand Dictation Test to be held for the post of Stenographer. As many as 1574 candidates have been listed as eligible to appear for the Stenographer shorthand dictation test. The date, time, and venue of the Shorthand Dictation Test will be published in due course on the official website of the High Court, Bombay.
A list of eligible and non-eligible candidates has been released for the post of Stenographer (Higher Grade) and Stenographer (Lower Grade) on the official website- https://bombayhighcourt.nic.in. The candidates who have applied for the posts of Stenographer (Higher grade) can check the lists of eligible and rejected candidates from the website and the links given below for reference.
Here is the list of candidates who are eligible to appear for Shorthand Dictation for the post of Stenographer (Higher Grade) on the establishment of the High Court of Judicature at Bombay, Bombay.
The timetable and venue for the Shorthand Dictation Test Typing Test and Viva voce of the candidates who make, themselves eligible would be displayed on the official website of the High Court. Candidates can download their call letters for Shorthand Dictation Test, Typing Test, and Viva-Voce from their respective profiles using the login credentials.
The candidates who will be succeeded in the shorthand dictation test to be called for Typing Test and candidates who will be succeeded in Typing Test will be called for Viva-Voce.
Select List/ waiting list: On the basis of performance in the tests, a select and waitlist of the candidates for the Stenographer (Lower Grade) and Stenographer (Higher Grade) posts will be prepared in the order of merit and the same will be published on the official website of the Bombay High Court after the selection process is over.