Madras High Court Result 2022 for Examiner, Reader Senior Bailiff, Junior Bailiff and Xerox Operator posts. Check online at mhc.tn.gov.in
Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court, Madras completed the written examination for Driver posts on 15 October and Reader, Bailiff, Examiner etc exam on 16 October 2022. The authority is expected to declare MHC Result for these posts on its portal soon. The result is expected to be published in November-December 2022. The result notice will be provided here as and when it is available officially.
Examination centres were prepared in various districts of the state by MHC for this common exam for the aforesaid posts. A massive number of candidates took the examination and are looking for the exam results.
Recently, the Judicial Recruitment Cell, High Court, Madras is going to recruit eligible candidates for Examiner, Reader, Senior Bailiff, Junior Bailiff, and Xerox Operators positions. The registration process held from 24 July to 22 August 2022. There are a total of 1,412 to be filled in the various districts in the state under this recruitment drive.
Madras High Court Result 2022
|Recruiter Name||Madras High Court|
|Vacancies||Reader Senior Bailiff, Junior Bailiff, Xerox Operator|
|Number of Posts||1412|
|Application Date||July-August 2022|
|Madras HC Exam Date||15 and 16 October 2022|
|MHC Result Status||to be released|
A large number of individuals registered to take the common exam for the mentioned posts which was held at various places as scheduled. These candidates are now waiting for the results of this written test as well as the schedule for the activities that will be held once those results are announced.
Madras HC Common Test Cut-off Scores
We are aware that the number of people who took the exam is much higher than the number of available jobs. Only approximately five times candidates to the number of available vacancies will be determined by the selection committee in order to move on to the next round. In order to accomplish this goal, the criteria for the cut-off will be applied to the written test.
The qualifying marks, also known as the cut-off scores, are the lowest marks required by the candidate to get qualified for an exam. This score is finalized by taking into account a variety of factors. These characteristics include the number of posts in the recruitment, the number of application forms that were received, the number of applicants that participated in the examination, the level of difficulty of the question paper, the highest and lowest marks that candidates obtained in the examination, etc.
In this section, we will give you the expected cut-off marks to pass the test. Continue to check back on our website for updated information on Madras HC Results and the minimum passing score.
How to check Madras HC Common Test Result 2022
- Visit the official website of Madras High Court.
- Check the Announcements Section.
- There, click on the link for Madras HC Common Test Result 2022.
- On the next page, fill in the registration number and date of birth.
- Verify the input details and submit them.
- Finally, check your respective result and print it for further use.
- Official Web Portal – mhc.tn.gov.in
- MHC Result for Common Exam 2022 – Check Here