ASRB Stenographer and LDC Grade III Admit Card 2017 will be issued to the candidates who will appear for the Computer Based Test (CBT). It will be available for the candidates who will apply successfully for the posts of Stenographer and Lower Division Clerk (LDC) within the given time period. The admit card will be uploaded on the official website of ASRB i.e. asrb.org.in and ICAR i.e. icar.org.in on October 14, 2017. The call letters for the Skill Test will be made available to the candidates through an email after the result of the written examination. The candidates can download the admit card by entering the required information only when it will be available on the website. For all the relevant information regarding the ‘ASRB Stenographer and LDC Grade III Admit Card 2017’, the candidates can refer to the information on this page or the official websites.
The admit card and call letter can be downloaded through online mode only as no other mode will be provided to the candidates. It will contain all the important information regarding the examination such as venue, date and time. Therefore, it is compulsory for the candidates to keep the admit card in a safe and secure place and carry it on the day of the examination along with all the other required documents.
Important Dates for the Admit Card of ASRB Stenographer and LDC Grade III
The candidates who will appear for the examination need to go through the important dates regarding the admit card as given in the table below:
|Last Date for Online Registration of Application||September 25, 2017|
|Editing of Application Form||September 26, 2017 to September 28, 2017|
|Issue of Admit Card||October 14, 2017|
|Date of Examination for LDC||October 29, 2017 (10:00 am – 12:30 pm)|
|Date of EXamination Stenographer Grade III||October 29, 2017 (2:30 pm – 4:30 pm)|
Steps to Download the Admit Card
The candidates are required to follow the following steps to download the ASRB Stenographer and LDC Grade III Admit Card 2017 as mentioned below:
Step 1 – The candidates need to visit the official website of ASRB i.e. arrb.org.in or ICAR i.e. icar.org.in.
Step 2 – Next, the candidates need to search for the link ‘ASRB Stenographer and LDC Grade III Admit Card 2017’ on the homepage of the website and click on it.
Step 3 – The candidates will be directed to next page where they will have to enter the login details such as Registration Number, Date of Birth and others if required.
Step 4 – After the successful login, the admit card will be displayed on the screen and after that, the candidates need to check all the details mentioned in the admit card.
Details Mentioned in the Admit Card
- Name and year of Examination- Stenographer Grade-III / Lower Division Clerk Exam- 2017
- Name of the Candidate
- Category of the Candidate
- Registration Number
- Roll Number
- Examination Venue Name and Address
- Examination Schedule
- Email Id and Mobile Number
- Important Instructions for the Candidates
Step 5 – Lastly, the candidates need to save the admit card and take a printout of it for the future reference.
Documents/Certificate Required with the Admit Card
- i) the original of the Aadhar Card or any other Valid Photo Identity Card like Voter Card / Passport/ Driver’s License/ PAN card / Govt. issued identity card
- ii) Two passport size photographs (same as used in the application form)
Note – in case the candidate does not present the original of the Identity Card at the registration desk at the centre, he/she will not be allowed to take the examination under any circumstances.
Discrepancy Errors in the Admit Card
After downloading the admit card as per the above-mentioned procedure, the candidates must check the details in the admit card. The candidates must note this that in case any discrepancy errors appear in the admit card then it should be taken to the notice Controller of Examinations, ASRB, KAB – I, Pusa, New Delhi – 110012 or e-mail to [email protected]
Exam Pattern for ASRB Stenographer and LDC Grade III Recruitment 2017
The recruitment process for the concerned posts includes the written examination followed by the skill test. The written examination will include the objective-type questions for various subjects and the skill test will be a typing test conducted in both English/Hindi. The written examination consists of 200 questions of 200 marks for both the posts. Each correct answer will carry 1 mark whereas 0.25 marks will be deducted for every incorrect answer, therefore, the candidates must be careful while marking the answers.