Bombay High Court Clerk Previous Year Question Papers

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The one of the most precious job notification has been released by Bombay High Court of India. It is the oldest and finest judicious body which pertains to follow and regulate the court process according to our constitution and follows its decisions under the amendments. Thus, anybody who aspire to be a part of this marvellous government oriented positions, can look on the updates provided on this page. We, hereby, include the necessary links and details for the respective exams and manifest its important information to bring you in the limelight of this exam. Such jobs is associated with highest authority and its selection also revolve around the different selection processes. Thus, you need to follow the latest syllabus, links of previous papers and many more instructions which will give you the idea to prepare for this exam.

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It’s always considered mandatory to visit the official page of the Bombay high court exam to get immense relevant information before filing the application form. Official site is where all information related this exam will be elaborated in much detail. A large number of vacancies released for the Clerk post in the Bombay High court, which signifies, the number of applicants would be higher and the last date of submission of the filled application form is 8-8-16. The candidates interested to magnify more information related with exam should read the official notification, though, we have provided most information of this exam which you can follow to understand the exam pattern and score good marks in the exam, but still go through the official page once. The post are various such as Assistant , clerk, and many more, so everyone should consider this exam important and fill the application form as defined in the notification by the authorities.

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Name of the organisation – Bombay High Court

Name of the post               – Various Post

Job Location                        – Bombay, Maharashtra

Job Category                      –   Previous papers

Official site                        –

Students recommended to download the important links that contains previous paper and sample papers to make your understanding better. There is no amount charged as we have provided free access to all these exam papers.

Syllabus and Pattern for Bombay High Court Exam

The exam involves two modes to filter the best candidates for these post and require stages are

  • Written Exam
  • Interview

In the written exam, multiple choice questions constructs the exam along with following areas included which is listed below.

The test will have the sections like Marathi, English, General Knowledge, and General Intelligence etc.

S.No Exam Subject Marks Duration
1 Written Test Marathi 10 1 Hour
English 20
General Knowledge 10
General Intelligence 20
Arithmetic 20
Computer 10
Total 90
2 Typing Test 20
3 Viva Voce Test 40

The exam also bring more opportunities is many higher positions, so do fill the form and follow the details well to score well in this exam.

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The shared links are provided in PDF format, please download to bring best score in the exam. The links are given below.

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Bombay High Court Question Paper Download link Pdf
Bombay High Court Question Paper- Computer
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Bombay High Court Question Paper- English
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Bombay High Court Question Paper G.K Download here
Bombay High Court Question Paper – Quants
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Updated: September 1, 2016 — 4:15 pm

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