Rajasthan High Court has released the admit card for the posts of Driver/ chauffeur recruitment. Aspirants can download it from the official website, hcraj.nic.in. Also, the exam date for Rajasthan High Court Driver Recruitment 2021 is now out. As per the notice, the exam will take place on January 23, 2021. Check the examination notice for Rajasthan High Court recruitment here.
Eligible candidates can download the admit card from the official website online, hcraj.nic.in. They have to navigate to the ‘recruitment’ > RECRUITMENT – Chauffeur for RHC and Driver for RSJA, RSLSA and District Courts 2020 > admit card. Hereafter, candidates will land on the Rajasthan High Court Driver login page. Now enter the username and password to download the Rajasthan High Court call letter.
As per the official notification, candidates should take a print out of the admit card to the exam centre. The print out of the admit card should be in colours so that the details are clearly visible. It is important to note that no admit card/ attendance sheet is sent to the candidate separately.
In case, candidates have misplaced their username or password they can retrieve the same online. For this, they have to simply visit the login page and click on the username/ password link to get it. On clicking the “forgot password ” link candidates have to enter details such as username and registered number. Similarly, to get the lost username, aspirants have to provide the date of birth and registered mobile number. On providing correct details, candidates will get their lost password/ username.
Furthermore, the screening test for the Driver/ Chauffeur is scheduled to take place on January 23, 2021. The exam will be conducted in one shift from 11:00 AM to 01:00 PM. It’s an offline exam (OMR based). Candidates are provided with the OMR sheets to mark their answers. There will be 100 multiple-choice questions. Each question carries 01 marks and there is no negative marking. To qualify this round, candidates have to obtain a minimum 45% marks (40% for reserved category).
Those who qualify the written exam are eligible to appear for the job test and personal interview round. The job test is conducted for 90 marks. In this round, candidates are asked questions regarding the driving test and road side repair exam. This is followed by the personal interview round that takes place for 10 marks. To qualify for the post, candidates have to obtain a minimum 50% marks (45% marks for reserved category) in job test and interview in aggregate.