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Central Administrative Tribunal Previous Papers


Good news for the aspirants who are searching for the Central Administrative Tribunal Previous Papers on the internet on various websites. Through this article, we are providing the entire study material regarding the Central Administrative Tribunal Exam. Applicants who will prepare according to the Central Administrative Tribunal Section Officer, JAO Model Papers will definitely score high marks in the written exam conducting by the officials of the Central Administrative Tribunal. Authorities of the organization are making arrangement to conduct the Written Exam for the candidates who had applied for the Court Officers/ Section Officers, Court Master/ Stenographer Grade C, Private Secretary, Deputy Controller of Accounts, Junior Accounts Officer, Joint Registrar, Photocopier, Account Officer Vacancies in the upcoming months. So the candidates who are going to commence the exam have to begin their preparation for the exam by using these Central Administrative Tribunal Sample Papers. Exam Pattern is also given on this page in the next section so scroll down and check it.

Central Administrative Tribunal Previous Papers Details

Name of the Organization Central Administrative Tribunal
Name of the Post(s) Court Officers/ Section Officers, Court Master/ Stenographer Grade C, Private Secretary, Deputy Controller of Accounts, Junior Accounts Officer, Joint Registrar, Photocopier, Account Officer Vacancies
Number of Vacancies 72 Vacancies
Application Last Date 16th December 2017
Application Starting Date Started
Date of the Exam Upcoming Months
Category Previous Papers
Official Website www.cgatnew.gov.in


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As like every year this year also the Central Administrative Tribunal had disclosed the employment advertisement for the 72 Court Officers/ Section Officers, Court Master/ Stenographer Grade C, Private Secretary, Deputy Controller of Accounts, Junior Accounts Officer, Joint Registrar, Photocopier, Account Officer Vacancies. The officials of the organization are inviting the application from the candidates who are interested in the government jobs from the day of the notification released. The candidates have to submit the application form in the offline mode only by or before the last date that is 16th December 2017. Before going through the application process the candidates have to check the eligibility criteria such as post wise vacancy details, desirable educational qualification, age limit, the scale of pay etc. Only if the candidate is suitable for the openings they have to submit the application. The application forms for the ineligible candidates will be rejected by the officials. To avoid last minute rush hurry up for applying.

Nowadays most of the candidates are showing interest towards the Government Jobs. The contenders who are going to fulfill their dream of the job in the government sector have to prepare well for the Central Administrative Tribunal Exam by using the Central Administrative Tribunal Previous Papers. We have updated this Previous Year Question papers in the PDF format. So the candidates can easily download the previous papers from this page at free of cost without paying a single penny. Preparing according to the Central Administrative Tribunal Section Officer JAO Old Question Papers will help the candidates to learn the time management and solving skills of various model of question asking from different subjects. Candidates can also estimate themselves in which topic they are weak and in which topic they have to concentrate more to get grip on it. Solving the previous papes repeatedly will help the candidates to note down the formulas. Before appearing for the exam the aspirants can use them just for the revision purpose. As there is less time for the examination so we request the applicant not to waste the time in various activities and make a perfect plan for the preparation.

Central Administrative Tribunal Section Officer, JAO, Stenographer Exam Pattern

Central Administrative Tribunal Exam Pattern is available at this point. From the exam pattern, the candidates can know the details like subjects related to the exam, type of the exam, the number of questions from each subject, section wise weight age of marks, time duration and the total marks in a clear-cut manner. So with all this information, the candidates can come to an idea. This is an objective type exam consists of questions from General English, Reasoning, General Knowledge, Aptitude and the post related subjects. We will update the original exam pattern later on when the officials released.

Central Administrative Tribunal Selection Process

All the applicants who had applied for the WII Recruitment 2017 have to undergo the various rounds of the selection process. First, the candidates have to face the Written Test and the qualified candidates have to give the Personal Interview on the official premises.

Download Central Administrative Tribunal Previous Year Question Papers

Most of the candidates are facing issues while downloading the WII Project Personnel Previous Year Question Papers from the various website because of broken links. To avoid that issue we are providing the properly working links in this section. Now the applicants can download easily without any problem.
  • Central Administrative Tribunal General English Previous Papers – Click Here
  • Aptitude Old Question Papers For Central Administrative Tribunal Exam – Click Here
  • Central Administrative Tribunal Reasoning Previous Year Question Papers – Click Here
We hope the Central Administrative Tribunal Previous Papers will be very helpful. For more previous papers the candidates can visit the official website of Central Administrative Tribunal that is www.cgatnew.gov.in. Stay tuned to our website www.allindiajobs.in.

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