Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card 2017 | Download Supreme Court Hall Ticket
Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card 2017
Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card 2017 is out for download. Candidates who had applied for Supreme Court of India Recruitment 2017 can now easily download the Admit card without getting confused by following the steps which are mentioned below. We also suggest candidates download the Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card 2017 at least 5-10 former days from the Date of Examination.
Because having admit card is very important to attend the examination. Candidates will not be allowed into Examination Hall if the person is not carrying Admit Card along with them. Candidates can also check our site All India Jobs for other Exam Admit Cards 2017. Interested applicants can see Previous Papers on this page.
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Supreme Court Jr Assistant Hall Ticket contains Photo of the Applicant and along with that it also contains basic information of Contenders such as candidates Name, Father Name, Mother Name, Date of Birth, Examination Name, Centre of Exam, Date of Test, Time of Exam etc.., Applicants are also requested to carry a proof of Identity with them to avoid further complications. Candidates can download admit Card only by entering their date of Birth and Application number on the official website ie.., www.sci.nic.in. We also provide Latest Syllabus in this post.
About Supreme Court of India
Supreme Court of India came into existence on 26th January, 1950 and is located on Tilak Marg, New Delhi. The Supreme Court of India functioned from the Parliament House till it moved to the present building. It has a 27.6 metre high dome and a spacious colonnaded verandah. For a peek inside, you’ll have to obtain a visitor’s pass from the front office.
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On the 28th of January, 1950, two days after India became a Sovereign Democratic Republic, the Supreme Court came into being. The inauguration took place in the Chamber of Princes in the Parliament building which also housed India’s Parliament, consisting of the Council of States and the House of the People. It was here, in this Chamber of Princes, that the Federal Court of India had sat for 12 years between 1937 and 1950. This was to be the home of the Supreme Court for years that were to follow until the Supreme Court acquired its own present premises.
Supreme Court Jr Assistant Recruitment 2017 Details
|Organization Name||Supreme Court of India|
|Post Name(s)||Jr Assistant|
|No.of Posts||57 Vacancies|
|Exam Date||April/May 2017|
Information Printed On Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card
The following information is printed in candidates admission ticket
- Roll number
- Exam Centre
- Name of candidate
- Father’s name
- Mother’s name
- Email ID
- Date of test
- Paper wise timings
Identity Proofs To Carry For Supreme Court Jr Assistant Examination 2017
Candidates need to carry admit card along with one of the following original document
- Driving license
- PAN card
- Voter ID
- Employee ID
- Aadhar card
- College ID
- Any other identity proof issued by a Gazzetted Officer on official letterhead along with the photograph.
How To Download Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card 2017
- Go to the official website of Supreme Court Jr Assistant ie.., www.sci.nic.in
- Click on the link of Supreme Court Jr Assistant Admit Card 2017.
- Then enter your application number and date of birth etc.
- Click on submit button.
- Admit card will have appeared on your monitor.
- Take the hard copy of it for exam purpose.
Hope the above information is useful for the Applicants. Candidates can also clarify their any other doubts by commenting below on the comment section. And for other Exam Admit Cards candidates can always check our site All India Jobs for most last information. We also advise candidates to bookmark this page so as soon as the information is out they can check effortlessly.
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