The Kerala High Court has released the Kerala High Court Office Attendant Admit Card on the official website, hckerala.gov.in. The written examination for the Office Attendant is scheduled for September 19, 2021, from 10.00 AM. to 11.15 AM. The candidates who have applied for the aforesaid exam can download their Kerala High Court Office Attendant Admit Card only till September 19, 2021. The High Court of Kerala has announced a total of 10 vacancies for the post of Office Attendant under recruitment 14/2019.
The selection process of the aforesaid post has two stages, a written exam and an interview round. Candidates who have registered themselves for the examination can check out the steps below to download the Kerala High Court Office Attendant Admit Card:
Step 1: First, the candidates need to visit the official page of the Kerala High Court i.e. hckerala.gov.in.
Step 2: Click on the Recruitment Portal button available on the homepage of the High Court.
Step 3: On the next page, click on the Registered Applicants button under the Welcome to Recruitment portal option and proceed further. Thereafter, click on the Office Attendant option to log in to the next page.
Step 4: Once this is done, click on the I Agree on the checkbox on the next page. After this, candidates need to enter their Application number, Key number along with captcha code and hit the login button
Step 5: The admit card of the candidates will open up on the next page and candidates must cross-verify every detail mentioned on it. Finally, they must save a copy of the admit card on their device and take a printout to carry it to the exam hall.
The candidates if in any case find an error in the Kerala High Court Office Attendant admit card then they must report the same to the authorities at 0484-2562235. The authorities will go through the concerns and then re-release the fresh admit card with rectified details.
The Kerala High Court Office Attendant examination is an offline based test comprising of questions from four subjects. The candidates need to answer 100 marks from General Knowledge & Current Affairs, Numerical Ability, Mental Ability, and General English. GA and Numerical Ability will account for 50 questions and 20 questions respectively. While 15 questions each from Mental Ability, and General English will be asked in the exam. The duration to complete the test is 100 minutes, Each correct answer will fetch 1 mark, at the same time there will be a deduction of 0.25 marks for the wrong answers.