The High Court for the State of Telangana has released the notification for the direct recruitment of Stenographer Grade III in the Telangana Judicial Ministerial service. The notification is released on the official website of the THSC. Candidates who wish to apply for the post can submit the application online on thsc.gov.in.
Candidates can submit the application form from March 3 to April 4, 2022, till 11:59 PM. The applications received after the specified time period will not be considered. Applications sent through post or submitted by hand at the high court also will not be entertained by the recruitment committee.
Eligibility Criteria, Application Fee
There are a total of 64 vacancies for the post as notified by the THSC in the official notification. To be eligible to apply for the post, the candidates must have:
- A graduation from any UGC recognized university.
- Certificate of Telangana Government technical examination in english shorthand by higher grade or equivalent exam.
As of 01-07-2022, the candidates must be between the age of 18 and 34 to be eligible to apply for the post. There is a relaxation of 5 years for candidates from SC/ST, OBC, and EWS categories and 10 years relaxation for Persons with Disability (PwD) candidates.
The candidates who have qualified all the stages of the exam and are eligible for recruitment will not be recruited if they do not have adequate knowledge of the languages spoken in the district in which they are to be appointed.
The application fee of ₹800 must be submitted by the candidates to apply for the post. In the case of SC/ST and EWS candidates, the application fee to be paid is ₹400.
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The recruitment process consists of an online test, skill test and an interview. The candidates who qualify the online test are eligible to apply for the interview. The online test is an objective type test for 50 marks, the skill test (stenography) for 30 marks, and the interview (viva-voice) for 20 marks.
The online test has 50 questions, divided into two sections of 25 questions each. The first section comprises General Knowledge and the second section of English Comprehension. Each correct answer is awarded one mark.
The minimum qualifying marks in the exam is 40% for the General and EWS candidates, 35% for OBC candidates and 30% for SC/ST and PwD candidates. The candidates scoring the qualifying marks only will be called for the skill test.