DSSSB Jr Clerk 13/20 Exam Date: The Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board is set to conduct the Tier 1 Exam for Junior Clerk (Post code 13/20) likely in March 2021. The Board has issued a notice to the candidates to upload their Identity details and a photograph by the 21st of February. It is expected that DSSSB shall issue notice regarding the Junior Clerk 13/20 exam date and admit cards shortly at dsssb.delhi.gov.in.
DSSSB board will conduct a Computer-based Test for the Tier 1 examination for the post of Junior Clerk (254 posts), Stenographer, Assistant Engineer, Accountant among others. The examination is likely to commence in March 2021. A total of 200 Questions will be asked in the Tier 1 examination. Objective-type questions will be asked from General Awareness, General Knowledge, Reasoning, Mathematics, Hindi, and English.
The Written exam schedule for DSSSB Junior Clerk 254 posts, Stenographer, VLI, AE, Accountant, and other posts under advertisement number 01/20 will be made available shortly at dsssb.delhi.gov.in and www.dsssbonline.nic.in.
DSSSB Admit Card 2021 Latest Updates:
Feb 19, 2021: The board will be releasing the Junior Clerk post code 19/15 admit cards for the tier 2 exam and will be available from 22 to 26 February 2021. For several other posts, the admit card will be released on 25 and 26 February at https://dsssbonline.nic.in/AdmitCardEntry.aspx.
DSSSB Jr Clerk Exam Date & Admit Card:
Eligible candidates will be intimated through registered E-mail, Contact and through the website dsssb.delhi.gov.in regarding the exam date/s for Junior Clerk (Post Code 13/20). Advt No 01/20 admit card for Category no-13/20 will be live tentatively 10 days before the examination. After the release of admit cards the candidates will be required to fill in Registration details at www.dsssbonline.nic.in.
DSSSB to conduct Tier 1 exam for all advertised posts. The examination will be conducted in Computer-Based Test (CBT) online mode. The exam will consist of Multiple Choice Based Questions (objective type) from General Awareness, General Intelligence, and Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, English Language and Comprehension.
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As many as 200 questions each carrying equal marks will be asked in a time duration of 120 minutes. To qualify for the Tier 2 exam a candidate needs to score minimum qualifying marks as- General 40%, OBC (Delhi) 35%, SC/ST/PH/PWD (30%). There shall be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer marked by a candidate. No marks will be deducted for not answering a question.