Delhi HC Chauffeur Driver Exam Date 2019

Delhi High Court Chauffeur Online Form 2019

Delhi High Court Chauffeur Online Form 2019

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Delhi High Court Chauffeur Online Form 2019

Post Date :01 August 2019 | 05:51 PM
Short Information :Delhi High Court DHC Online Are Invited to Online Application Recruitment Form for the Post of Chauffeur (Driver) Recruitment 2019. Those Candidates Are Interested in the Following Examination Can Read the Full Details of Notification Before Apply Online.
Delhi High Court (DHC)

Chauffeur (Driver) Post Recruitment 2019

Short Details of Notification

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Important Dates

  • Application Begin: 14/08/2019
  • Last Date for Apply Online: 05/09/2019
  • Pay Examination Fee: 05/09/2019
  • Exam Date: Notified Soon
  • Admit Card Available: Notified Soon

Application Fee

  • General / OBC/ EWS : 400/-
  • SC / ST /PH: 200/-

Payment Mode

  • Pay the Examination Fee Through Debit Card / Credit Card / Net Banking Fee Mode Only.

Vacancy Details Total: 35 Post

Post NameGenOBCEWSSCSTTotalAge Limit
Eligibility
Chauffeur01130906063518-27 as on 01/01/2019
  • Class 10 High School with Light Vehicle Driving License and 2 Year Working Experience.

Interested Candidate Can Read the Full Notification Before Apply Online.

 Mode of Selection:

Provisionally eligible candidates will require to appear for Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type), Skill Tests (Driving Skill Test on Simulator as well as on-road in Real Traffic Conditions) and Interview, as per the following Scheme of the Examinations:-

Stage I st
Pre Exam PatternQuestion typeTotal QuestionTotal marksNegative markingTime Duration
The Preliminary Examination would consist of theory paper (in Hindi as well as English languages) comprising 50 Multiple Choice Questions on driving skills knowledge, road signals, road safety, advanced navigation and GPS technologies, basic mechanical knowledge, etc. of 02 marks. each.Objective type (OMR based)50100 (2 marks for each question)0.50 per each wrong answer90 min

The following shall be the qualifying criteria for the next stage of Examination:

General Category: 50 Marks (50% of 100)

Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-NCLIEWS): 45 Marks (45% of 100)

Same criteria of 45 Marks (45%) would be applicable for candidates belonging to Ex-servicemen category.

Stage II (Skill Test)
Exam PatternTotal marks
 a) Driving Skill Test on Simulator (50 Marks); and

b) Driving Skill Test on the road in Real Traffic Conditions (50 Marks).

100

In each Skill Test, minimum pass marks for General Category candidates will be 50% (i.e., 25 Marks out of 50 Marks) and For Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-NCLIEWS including Ex-servicemen) candidates will be 45% • (Le., 22.50 Marks out of 50 Marks).

It is hereby clarified that the candidate(s) will have to qualify both the aforesaid Driving Skill Tests, i.e., on Simulator as well as on-road in Real Traffic Conditions.

Stage III
Interview

Total Marks: 40 Marks

Minimum pass marks for General Category candidates will be 20 Marks and, for Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-NCLIEWS  including Ex-servicemen)  candidates will be 18 Marks.

Preference shall be given to candidates having proficiency knowledge of driving automatic vehicles and/or possessing any certificate of having undergone driving course from recognized/certified Institution(s).

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Delhi High Court (DHC)

Chauffeur (Driver) Post Recruitment 2019

Mode of Selection:

Provisionally eligible candidates will require to appear for Preliminary Examination (OMR
based Objective Type), Skill Tests (Driving Skill Test on Simulator as well as on-road in Real
Traffic Conditions) and Interview, as per the following Scheme of the Examinations:-

Stage I

Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type)

 

Total Marks -100 Marks

 

Total Time ­ 90 Minutes

The Preliminary Examination would consist of theory paper (in Hindi as well as English languages) comprising 50 Multiple Choice Questions on driving skills knowledge, road signals, road safety, advanced navigation and GPS technologies, basic mechanical knowledge, etc. of 02 marks. each.

There would be 25% negative marking (i.e., deduction of 0.50 mark for each wrong answer),

The following shall be the qualifying criteria for the next stage of Examination:

 

General Category:     50 Marks (50% of 100)

Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-NCLIEWS) :  45 Marks (45% of 100)

 

Same criteria of 45 Marks (45%) would be applicable for candidates belonging to Ex-servicemen category.

 

Out of successful candidates, candidates to the extent of ten (10) times the number of vacancies advertised in each category would be called for the next stage of the Examination.

 

Stage II

Skill Tests

 

Total Marks -100 Marks

 

Skill Tests shall comprise: ­

a) Driving Skill Test on Simulator (50 Marks); and

b) Driving Skill Test on the road in Real Traffic Conditions (50 Marks).

 

In each Skill Test, minimum pass marks for General Category candidates will be 50% (i.e., 25 Marks out of 50 Marks) and For Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-NCLIEWS including Ex-servicemen) candidates will be 45% • (Le., 22.50 Marks out of 50 Marks).

 

It is hereby clarified that the candidate(s) will have to qualify both the aforesaid Driving Skill Tests, i.e., on Simulator as well as on-road in Real Traffic Conditions.

 

All successful candidates of this stage (both Skill Tests) will be called for the next stage of the Examination.

Stage III

Interview

 

Total Marks

-40 Marks

Minimum pass marks for General Category candidates will be 20 Marks and, for Reserved Category (SC/ST/OBC-NCLIEWS including Ex-servicemen) candidates will be 18 Marks.

 

Preference shall be given to candidates having proficiency knowledge of driving automatic vehicles and/or possessing any certificate of having undergone driving course from recognized/certified Institution(s).

Notes:

1. There shall be no’ rounding off of marks at any stage of the Examination.

2. The final select I merit list will be prepared by adding the marks secured by a candidate(s) in different stages of the Examination, i.e., Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type), Skill Tests and Interview.

3. In final select I merit list, in case of a tie of marks between/among two or more candidates, the selection will be made on the basis of age, Le., the older in age will be given preference over the younger in age.

4. No request for re-checking and/or re-evaluation of papers would be entertained as the same is not provided for in the Recruitment Rules.

5. The unfilled vacancies, if any, will be filled up as per the amended Rules w.e.f. 07.06.2019 by conducting the examination process afresh.

General Instructions:

The Written Test and Skill Tests shall be as per the scheme of Examinations mentioned above.

No scrutiny of applications for the eligibility and other aspects will be undertaken at any of the
stages before Interview. Therefore, the candidature will be provisional only and subject to
scrutiny at the stage of Interview.’ The candidates are advised to go through the requirements of
eligibility including educational qualification, experience, age, reservation, relaxation,
examination fee, etc. and satisfy themselves that they are eligible before applying. Copies of
supporting documents will be sought at the time of Interview only from those candidates who
will be shortlisted for Interview. When scrutiny is undertaken, if any claim made in the
application is not found substantiated, the candidature of such candidates shall stand canceled
without any notice or further reference and this Court1s decision in this regard shall be final and
no further correspondence shall be entertained.

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