Kerala High Court successfully conducted the Assistant Recruitment 2022 written exam on Sunday, February 27, 2022. The exam was held through the offline mode, at selected centres across the state. Just 24 hours after exam conduction, educators and coaching institutes have uploaded their answer keys online. Even the high court authorities are likely to release the official answer key soon, on hckrecruitment.nic.in. Once the official draft is released, candidates can raise objections against it, within a week’s time, with adequate proof and justification.
Kerala High Court Assistant Answer key 2022 on YouTube
Immediately after the conduction of the Kerala High Court Assistant 2022 exam conduction, educators such as turn2learn, Adda247Kerala PSC and Renjit’s English have uploaded dedicated videos on their YouTube channels. In these videos, experts have discussed the question paper and specified the right option for each question. So, while waiting for the official answer key, candidates can refer to such video-based solutions.
Following is a table containing links to such video-based solutions –
|Sr. No.||Name of Educator||Answer Key Link|
|2.||Adda247 Kerala PSC||Click Here|
|3.||Renjit’s English||Click Here|
|4.||Eduthrust Academy||Click Here|
|5.||EXAM HUNT KERALA||Click Here|
Kerala High Court Assistant 2022 Official Answer Key
The Kerala High Court Assistant 2022 official answer key will be released through the online mode, on the high court’s website hckrecruitment.nic.in. It will be released in the PDF format wherein the right option will be mentioned against each question number. Additionally, candidates will also be given the provision to raise objections against the answer key. However, they will need to provide proper justification for each objection. Candidates are expected to get a week’s time to communicate such objections to the HC authorities.
Kerala High Court Assistant 2022 Selection Process
To fulfill a total of 55 vacancies under the post of Assistant, Kerala High Court has organised a dedicated recruitment drive. This drive comprises three stages – 1. Objective test, 2. Descriptive test and 3. Interview round. The first two stages were conducted on the same day i.e., February 27, 2022. Those who qualify both stages will be shortlisted for the interview round scheduled at a later stage. Candidates who clear the interview round will be provisionally selected. Thereafter, they will have to clear the document verification process for final induction.
Yesterday, Kerala High Court organised the objective test through the offline, OMR-based mode. Immediately afterward, the descriptive test was conducted using ruled sheets provided at the exam centre.