Madras High Court has released the HC Madras Hall Ticket on its official website, mhc.tn.gov.in for the multiple posts released earlier. The Madras High Court Office written exam for the multiple posts notified earlier is scheduled for August 28, 2021. Earlier, this month, the High Court has also released the list of candidates whose application form has been rejected citing non-fulfilment of eligibility criteria. As per the stats available, the HC Madras answer key is published at least 10 days after the written exam is over. This implies that the Madras HC Answer Key will be available on September 07, 2021. The selection process of the Madras High Court comprises a written test, a practical test followed by an oral test
The candidates who have applied for any of the multiple posts released by the Madras High Court can follow the steps mentioned below to download the HC Madras admit card:
Step 1: The candidates need to initially visit the official website of MHC, mhc.tn.gov.in.
Step 2: On reaching the website, they need to find the link to the HC Madras Hall Ticket 2021.
Step 3: After this, candidates need to enter their Application form number and the date of birth as mentioned on the application form and enter the submit button.
Step 4: Next, the admit card of Madras High Court will be available on the next page and save a copy of the same for future reference.
The candidates need to cross-check the details mentioned on the HC Madras Hall Ticket and report the same in case of finding any error or discrepancy. The High Court admit card comprises a lot of details viz. Candidate’s personal details, photograph, date and time of the exam, test centre address.
The Madras High Court written examination will have two parts i.e. Part A: General Knowledge and Part B: General Tamil. The written exam will have 50 questions in the form of multiple-choice based questions. Part A will account for 30 questions while Part B will be having 20 questions. The marks scored in the written exam will be qualifying in nature only. The language of the questions paper will be Tamil and the duration to complete the test is 60 minutes.
The minimum qualifying mark to pass the General Knowledge paper is 9 marks while the same for the Tamil paper is 6 marks. The candidates who qualify for the paper with the minimum marks will be called to appear in the Practical Test.