High Court of Punjab and Haryana is Hiring Steno Typist

High Court of Punjab and Haryana is Hiring Steno Typist

High Court of Punjab and Haryana

High Court of Punjab and Haryana is Hiring Steno Typist. With the vacancy of 20 posts. Candidate with Bachelors’s Degree and proficient in the Computers field can apply before 15th Jan 2020. The selection process will be done on the basis of the Transcription test/word processing test. Any changes in the number of Vacancies will be informed on the official site. Stay Connected to the website for Exam Date, Admit Card, Answer Key. For detail information about Salary/Qualification/Criteria/Eligibility, you can go through this page.

 

Eligibility Criteria For Steno Typist

Post Name Qualification Age
 

Steno Typist

 

Candidate must have Bachelors Degree and must be Proficient in Operating computers with knowledge of Spreadsheets and Word processing documents  

 

18-30 years

Application Fees For Steno Typist

Candidates from Gen/EWS/OBC category                       Rs. 500/-
For SC/ST Candidates                       No fees

 

Pay Scale For Steno Typist

Name of the Post No of Vacancy Pay Matrix
Steno Typist 20 10,300-34,800

Important Dates For Steno Typist

Application Date 14th January 2020
Last Date 15th January 2020

 

Important Links For Steno Typist

For Detail Information visit at https://highcourtchd.gov.in/sub_pages/left_menu/recruitments/staff/openings_pdf/steno_type_13122019_9c470.pdf
Official Website https://highcourtchd.gov.in/

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https://jobsnippers.com/kerala-high-court-is-hiring-an-office-attendant/

The applicant can send their required documents by post to the Coordination Branch Chandigarh

The last date of application is 15th January 2020

Job Location:-  Haryana

About the High Court of Punjab and Haryana

Located on the north of India, 365 meters above the sea-level, on the foot-hills of Shivalik range, is the city beautiful,’Chandigarh’. It is the capital of two states of the Indian Union, namely, the Punjab and Haryana. Though it is the capital of two states, it belongs to none of them and is a Union Territory Before the partition of India, on August 15, 1947, the areas which are now parts of the Punjab, Haryana, Delhi, some parts of Himachal Pradesh and some areas falling in West Pakistan, formed the Punjab. Lahore was its capital.

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