Important Information on Lok Sabha Junior Clerk Prelims 2017

Hello and welcome to exampundit. Lok Sabha official website has update some important information for the upcoming Lok Sabha Junior Clerk Prelims Examination 2017.

Preliminary Examination for recruitment to the post of Junior Clerk on direct recruitment basis in
Lok Sabha Secretariat (vacancies notified vide Advertisement No. 7/2017) is scheduled to be held on 08
October, 2017 at Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai (in two shifts i.e first and second shifts) and Delhi
(in three shifts) as follows :-

First Shift –  10. 00 A.M. to 10.50 A.M.

Second Shift – 12.30 P.M. to 01.20 P.M.

Third Shift – 03.10 P.M. to 04.00 P.M.

Duration of the examination – 50 minutes


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The provisionally eligible candidates are required to download their e-admission/call letter from
the website under the link Recruitment Download admit card. The
applicant must have correct e-mail and password for the purpose of downloading of the admit
card. The applicant/candidate will be solely responsible for receiving, downloading and printing of Call
Letter/Admit Card.

The applicant should bring a print out of the admit card with her/him at the examination venue
without fail The admit card should be submitted to the Invigilator/Supervisor at the venue of the

 In case, due to certain technical difficulties, the admit card downloaded by the applicant does not
bear her/his photograph/signatures, such candidate(s) should affix at the space provided [paste
(please do not staple/pin)] the same passport size photograph (in original) which had been
uploaded by her/him while applying for the above said post and put her/his signature in the
presence of invigilator at the space provided/earmarked in the admit card. Such candidates will be
allowed to appear in the examination strictly on production of photo identity card as detailed in
para 11 herein below. A self-attested copy of this photo identity card should also be attached by
candidate with the Admit Card which she/he would be handing over to the Invigilator.

Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions in Preliminary Examination will be in one booklet. In
the answer sheet (OMR Sheet), four alternatives will be shown as A, B, C, and D against each question.
You have to select the correct answer and indicate it on the answer sheet by blackening the relevant
circle with a blue or black ball point pen only.

In the OMR sheet, the candidates shall furnish correct information regarding their category, date
of birth, etc. as mentioned in the online application form. In case of any discrepancy, the
information/particulars mentioned in the Application Form shall be treated as final.

The answer once marked in pen, cannot be changed. For one question, only one answer
should be marked. The answer in which more than one option is exercised by the candidate will not be
evaluated/assessed by the machine and ‘zero’ mark will be awarded for that answer.

It may please be noted that there will be no negative marking for wrong answer(s).


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The minimum cut off percentage of marks in the Preliminary examination is 50%, 45% and 40%
for vacancies in GENERAL, OBC and SC/ST categories, respectively.
These percentage(s) are relaxable
by 5% in case of physically challenged persons of relevant disability and category for appointment against
the vacancies reserved for physically challenged persons. (The physically challenged persons of the
category other than for which the vacancy(ies) have been reserved but who were eligible to apply, will not
be entitled to avail this relaxation in marks.) These percentages are the minimum marks which a
candidate is required to secure in the Preliminary Examination. However, the cut-off percentages may be
raised in individual component/aggregate to arrive at reasonable vacancy : candidate ratio.

More information can be found from the official notification – click here


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