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Kerala High Court Assistant Post 2015: Written Exam Result

Kerala High Court declared written examination result for recruitment to the post of Assistant 2015.

Oct 12, 2015 16:18 IST
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Kerala High Court declared written examination result for recruitment to the post of Assistant. Candidates are selected on the basis of written test held on 26 July 2015. Candidates are selected on the basis of written online examination conducted on 26 July 2015.

List of provisionally selected candidates is displayed in the link below.

Result

 

Information from Official Notification:

Inclusion of Roll Numbers in this list is purely provisional and subject to scrutiny and admission of applications on absolute basis. Inclusion of Roll Number in the Short List does not confer any right on the candidate to be called for the interview or for subsequent inclusion in the Ranked List.

The Short List is prepared based on the details furnished by the candidate in the application and subsequent claims made will not be entertained at any stage.

The candidates who have secured 47(Forty Seven) marks and above are included in the Main List of the Short List. The requisite marks have been lowered to the extent necessary in respect of the Supplementary Lists.

The candidates belonging to Other Backward Classes included in this Short List, who are required to produce Non Creamy Layer Certificate as per G.O.(Ms) No.5/2014/BCDD dated 31.01.2014 shall produce the same along with the other documents as and when called for. Such candidates in the Main List who fail to produce the required Non Creamy Layer Certificate will not be entitled to the benefit of community reservation and will be considered as Open Competition candidates. As regards such candidates in the Supplementary Lists of Other Backward Classes, their Roll Numbers will be deleted from the Short List without further notice, if they fail to produce the Non Creamy Laver Certificate.

The date, time and place of interview will be intimated in due course.

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