The Patna High Court is hiring 131 Personal Assistants. The registrations were already closed on 11th June. However the login link was re-opened for a total no. of 553 candidates who have paid the fees but forgot to upload their photograph and signature in the application form on 19th July.
Today, 23rd July is the last date to make the corrections in the application form on its official website patnahighcourt.gov.in. No further request will be accepted under any circumstances by the court. List of 553 candidates who can access it also available at patnahighcourt.gov.in.
To upload photograph and signature, candidates have to go to patnahighcourt.gov.in >> Notice regarding uploading of photograph and signature for the post of Personal Assistant – 2019 (Advt. No.- HC/02/2019) >> Know your Application Status. Enter registration number and date of birth to login. Whereas all candidates can check status, those whose roll numbers are in list, can upload photograph and signature.
Selection for Personal Assistant in Patna High Court is on basis of 5 things.
– First there is an English shorthand typing test with minimum 80 wpm speed, wherein candidates have to type 800 words at 80 wpm for 10 minutes and 35 minutes for its transcription and 15 minutes for revision of shorthand immediately after dictation.
– Then second comes English typing with 40 wpm speed.
– Third is English language and grammar test.
– Fourth is Knowledge of computer applications.
– Fifth is oral interview.
The candidates has to serve a probation period of 1 year in the Patna High Court in Level 7 of pay matrix of 7th PRC including usual allowances under the rules of the court.
The educational qualification required for the Personal Assistant post is a graduate passed out from a recognized university. However, law graduates will be preferred. The candidates should posses a pass / diploma certificate of English shorthand, English typing course.
About Patna High Court: Patna High Court, the High Court of state of Bihar, was founded in 1916. It is notable to mention that Hon. Mrs. Justice Gyan Sudha Misra, who was the second lady judge of Patna High Court, also happens to be the first woman judge of the Supreme Court of India from Bihar.