Uttrakhand High Court Steno Previous Year Question Papers

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Sometimes in our life, we have all wondered how it will feel like to work in a high court. OH! It feels awesome as it sounds. Government is very generous and, lets the worthy work for it. But, to filter out the cream layer of candidates, it holds an exam on a yearly basis to fill the vacancies. We provide you with the best insights into working as a stenographer in Uttarakhand High Court and, the perks it has. Be ready also to get into shape for the exam as we provide the best material ( Uttarakhand High Court Stenographer previous years question papers)  for your practice and, the cherry is – they are all FREE!

Every year a notice is issued by the Uttarakhand High Court, enumerating the details about the number of vacancies available, and the section which requires candidates. Further exams are held for such posts and, candidates are fit into right places. Stenographer is also one of the post and, several vacancies in this field are open every year.

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It is tough to cut in and get a job at High Court.

You are evaluated by your merit, stenographer test, Written test and the interview.

The exam paper has an only offline mode, and no option of an online mode is available.

The exam paper has two sections : PC Typing Test section and, the written test, for which preparation is crucial and important.

The exam has MCQ based questions and answers.

The total marks for the exam is 200 marks. 60 marks are allotted for Typing test and, 140 marks are allotted for the written test.

The sections which are asked in the written exam are : English, GK, General Science and Indian Politics.

SYLLABUS FOR THE EXAM Uttrakhand High Court Steno:-

(It should be the sole responsibility of the candidate to ensure they follow the most latest syllabus, available and downloaded from the official website of Uttarakhand High Court, for the post of a Stenographer.)

Few topics of General Knowledge which are asked in the exam :-

Indian history, International affairs,Economic issues of India,Indian Geography, Current affairs, Famous Places in India, World organizations, Countries around the world, Science and innovations, inventions, Books And Authors,Special Dates,National awareness, Music, Handicrafts and many more.

Few topics of Science which are asked in the exam :-

Organic analysis,Quantum mechanics,Chemical Kinetics,Thermodynamics, Electrochemistry, Atomic Physics, State Matter Physics, Nuclear Physics,Basics of Electronics and many more.

Few topics of Indian Politics which are asked in the exam :-

Constitution of India, Gujarat Police Act 1951, Evidence Act 1872,IPC fundamentals,Gujarat Police Act,Evidence Act,Indian Penal Signal 1860,Criminal Procedure Signal 1973 and many more..

Few topics of English which are asked in the exam :-

Guess the word, Correction analysis, blanks filling, Grammar, Sentence structure, Detecting Mis-spelt words, Antonyms, Similar sounding/meaning words, Spellings, Idioms, Comprehending Passage, Substitutions and many more.

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To excel in every field, practice is very important and, without practice you are liable to make silly mistakes. So, get ready not to be complacent and work in the direction of success by exploiting the free links of Uttarakhand High Court Previous years questions. This Uttarakhand High court previous years questions are very correct and absolutely help you to come to a step closer to your dream job.

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Updated: September 22, 2016 — 5:00 pm

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