Kerala PSC Process Server/ Duffedar/Courtkeeper 2014 Hall Tickets from 21st June
Kerala PSC Process Server/ Duffedar/Courtkeeper Hall Tickets (375/2012) will be issued from 21st June 2014. The exam is scheduled to be conducted on 12th July 2014 Friday from 10.30 AM to 12.15 PM. Candidates can download the hall tickets from the official website of Kerala PSC. The preliminarily test consists of an objective type exam (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the post. Read more to know about the syllabus and exam details of Kerala PSC Process Server.
The Kerala PSC is all set to conduct the Process Server/ Duffedar/Courtkeeper exam 2014. As per the schedule, the exam will be held on 12th July 2014 Friday from 10.30 AM to 12.15 PM. Candidates can download the hall tickets through their one time registration profile in the website www.keralapsc.gov.in from 21st June 2014. The preliminarily test consists of an objective type exam (OMR Valuation) based on the qualification prescribed for the position.
The scale of pay of the job would be 8730 – 13,540. The special recruitment is being made for SC/ST candidates. The number of vacancies reported is: Palakkad (1) and Alappuzha (1). Separate Ranked list will be prepared for each district after the declaration of the results. The list of selected candidates published by the Commission will remain in force for a minimum period of one year.
The written Test /OMR Test is scheduled to conduct on 12th July 2014. As per the instructions give in the website, candidates should have to download from 21st June 2014.
The number of applicants for the posts is as follows:
The objective Type Test (OMR Valuation) consists of three parts. Part I contains General Knowledge, Current Affairs, Facts about India & Facts about Kerala while Part II covers Physical Science and Natural Science. Part III is based on simple arithmetic.
How to prepare for Kerala PSC Process Server exam?
Those candidates who have given much seriousness to the exam, a close learning is needed to get to the top rank list. Candidates should have to go through the syllabus and take as many Mock Tests as possible. As time management is very important, candidates must try to give prior importance to answer easy questions first. In the Kerala PSC exam pattern, one will get only less than one minute for answering one question. Well experience is needed to answer all the questions in stipulated time.
With less than 1.5 months left for the exam, students should keep concentrate more on close preparation rather than a wide reading.