Himachal Pradesh State Cooperative Bank has released the HPSCB admit card 2021 for the Junior Clerk preliminary exam on its official website, hpscb.com. Candidates who have filled the HPCSB application form can download the admit card for the preliminary exam. The HPCSB Junior Clerk Preliminary exam is scheduled for August 21, 2021. According to the official notification, results for the online exam are expected to be announced after 15 days from the exam date. With this, we can deduce that result of HPCSB Junior Clerk will be released around September 05, 2021.
The selection process of HPCSB Junior Clerk comprises of two stages viz, Preliminary exam and Mains exam. Candidates who are successful in both stages will be appointed as a Junior Clerk within the bank. Candidates aspiring to appear in the preliminary exam can follow the steps mentioned below to download the admit card:
Step 1: The candidates need to visit the official website of the HPCSB, hpscb.com.
Step 2: Upon reaching the bank’s homepage, candidates need to find the HPCSB Admit Card 2021 link on the notice column.
Step 3: Therein, candidates need to choose the language of paper, Hindi/English, Registration number, roll number, and captcha code.
Step 4: On submitting the required info, admit card of HPCSB will appear on the next page.
Step 5: Candidates can cross-check everything mentioned on the HPCSB admit card and save a copy of the same for future reference.
The HPCSB Admit card comprises a lot of relevant information related to the preliminary exam. Candidates need to cross-check each detail available on the same and contact the bank authorities for any rectification. The major details available on the admit card are, Address of the exam centre, candidates’ Name, Roll number, date and time of preliminary exam, candidate’s photograph, guidelines mentioned for Covid-19.
The HPCSB Preliminary exam is a kind of screening test conducted in the online mode. It will have three subjects, Reasoning Ability, Mathematics, and English Langauge. Reasoning Ability and Mathematics will account for 35 questions while English Langauge will have 30 questions. The exam pattern has a sectional timing of 20 minutes for each paper. For each correct answer, candidates will get 1 mark while for each negative marking there will be a deduction of 0.25 marks. Candidates successful in the preliminary exam will be called for the Mains exam. The final merit list will be prepared by considering 85% of marks scored in the Mains exam while 15% weightage is given to the Document verification round.