The High Court of Kerala has released the admit cards for the High Court Assistant recruitment examination on its official website – hckrecruitment.nic.in. Candidates who will be appearing for the examination can now download the hall tickets from the same website. As per a previously released notification, the examination will be conducted on February 27, 2022. The written examination will be held in offline mode.
It must be noted that the overall selection procedure will be based on three stages. The first stage is the objective-type written examination while the second stage will follow a descriptive-type exam. In the last stage, the shortlisted candidates will be called for an interview.
How to download HCA admit card?
For downloading the admit cards, candidates have to visit hckrecruitment.nic.in and then find the “Assistants – (1/2021) – Admission Ticket for written examination” link in the ‘What’s New’ tab. After that, they have to enter the required login credentials and download the admit cards. It is mandatory that they take a printout of the same for future reference. A total of 55 vacancies will be filled via this recruitment examination.
The Kerala High Court Assistant recruitment examination will follow an objective-type pattern. A total of 100 multiple-choice questions (MCQs) will be asked for 100 marks. For each correct MCQ, 01 mark will be awarded. Candidates have to mark their answers in the OMR sheet for which they will be given a duration of 75 minutes.
However, there will also be negative marking in the exam. For every incorrect answer, 0.25 marks will be deducted. Since the basic eligibility criterion requires the candidate to have a bachelor’s degree, the questions in the exam will be framed accordingly.
There will be a total of 03 subjects in the examination. These subjects are General English, General Knowledge and Basic Mathematics and Reasoning. Reportedly, the weightage for each subject is as per the table given below.
|General English||50 marks|
|General Knowledge||40 marks|
|Basic Mathematics and Reasoning||10 marks|
The minimum qualifying marks that the candidate must get in the objective-type written examination is 40%. Candidates must take note that the General Knowledge sections are divided into various sub-topics like Facts about India and Kerala, Constitution of India, General Science, Information Technology and Current Affairs.
After that, candidates will be shortlisted for the descriptive test in which they have to attempt precis writing, comprehension and short essays. This stage of the recruitment exam will be for 60 marks. Lastly, the interview session will be held for 10 marks.