Lok Sabha Junior Clerk Main Exam Admit Card Released
Lok Sabha Junior Clerk Main Exam Admit Card Released: Concede cards have been discharged for Lok Sabha Junior Clerk fundamental exam and writing test. Hopefuls who have qualified the preparatory exam, which was hung on 8 October 2017, would now be able to download the concede card on the web. While the writing test will be hung on 24 February 2018, the spellbinding paper will be hung on 25 February 2018. ‘The candidate must have her/his enlistment number and date of birth to download of concede card.’ Details in such manner is accessible on the official site loksabha.nic.in.
Competitors should take note of that on the writing test day, concede cards will be gathered at the exam focus. Applicants are in this manner recommended to keep a photocopy of the same, with a specific end goal to show up for the enlightening paper on the following day. What’s more, competitors are additionally required to submit duplicates of degrees/check sheets and different declarations (subtle elements given in the concede card directions) to the invigilator on the writing test day. ‘The competitors having a place with OBC class will be required to present a statement joined with call letter notwithstanding the classification/group authentication.’
There will be just two places for the exams. The writing test will be held at Dizital Zone, JBH Dizital 438/1, Budh Bazar Road, Mundka, Delhi. The elucidating paper will be held at N.P. Young men Senior Secondary School, Mandir Marg, New Delhi-110001.
Near 1.2 lakh applicants had enlisted for the Lok Sabha junior assistant prelim. A sum of 31 opportunities are open for enrollment. ‘The Preliminary Examination will be a qualifying examination. Just those hopefuls who acquire the base qualifying marks in every part and total in the Preliminary Examination will be required the Main Examination. The imprints secured by the competitors in the Preliminary Examination won’t be tallied while setting up the last choice rundown,’ the Joint Recruitment Cell, Lok Sabha clears up about the choice procedure.