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Tuesday, 2 September 2014

HC PA Exam Syllabus Question paper pattern 2014 Personal Assistant high Court

Recently High court Allahabad invited online application form the graduate candidates of 21 to 35 year for the posts of PA personal assistant for High court Allahabad. Selection of the eligible candidates will be based on through the written examination, stenography test and computer typing test.
EXAMVACANCY.in brought the exclusive syllabus for the Upcoming high court PA examination 2014.
Ten times of the total number of vacancies of candidates in each category on the basis of marks obtained in the Written Examination in order of merit shall be called to appear in Shorthand and Computer Knowledge Test.

The merit list shall be prepared on the basis of the marks obtained in the Written Examination, Shorthand & Computer
Knowledge Test. The list shall hold good for one year or until the next selection whichever is earlier
Preference shall be given to candidates possessing good knowledge of Hindi Shorthand and Typewriting with speed of 80 and 30 words per minute, respectively.

Detailed question paper pattern and syllabus for HC court Allahabad personal assistant posts as are follows
State 1 : written examination                      total – 100 marks
Part A Multiple Choice Questions / Objective Type Test (on O.M.R. Sheets)
Elementary knowledge of General English & General Studies
40
Elementary knowledge of Computers.
20
PART-B Subjective Type Test (On Answer Booklet)
Translation of Passage in Shorthand to English (From Sir Issac Pitman's Book)
40



Stage 2 
Shorthand & Computer Knowledge Test
200



The Written Examination shall be in two Parts and will take place on the same day–
Part-A Multiple Choice Questions / Objective Type Test on O.M.R. Sheets
Elementary knowledge of General English & General Studies.
Elementary knowledge of Computers.
Part-B Subjective Type Test on Answer Booklet
Translation of Passage in Shorthand to English (From Sir Issac Pitman's Book)

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