Kerala Munsiff Magistrate Result 2017 will be published online on its Recruitment portal. The High Court of Kerala will publish a rank list as per the norms of Kerala State, in accordance with the rules implemented from time to time. The Kerala Munsiff Magistrate Result 2017 will be announced for various posts. Candidates who will qualify the written test and interview will make it to the merit list/ rank list of the High Court of Kerala.
Kerala Munsiff Magistrate Result 2017
The rank list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the candidate in the written test. The result will be published on the official website of the High Court of Kerala at hckrecruitment.nic.in. Check the complete information on Kerala Munsiff Magistrate Result 2017 in the article below.
|Preliminary Examination Date||04 Mar 2018|
|Preliminary Result date||To be announced|
|Main Examination Date||To be announced|
|Main Exam Result date||To be announced|
Check Result: Result will be available on the official website hckrecruitment.nic.in
How to check Kerala Munsiff Magistrate Result 2017
The High Court of Kerala Merit List for preliminary examination will be available in pdf format. Candidates have to check whether their roll number is on the rank list or not. A link for downloading the merit list will also be provided on this page.
Details Mentioned in the High Court of Kerala Merit List
The following details will be mentioned on the merit list:
- Roll Number
- Name of the candidate
What after the Preliminary Written Test Result is announced?
After the declaration of the result of the preliminary written test, selected candidates will have to appear for the main examination of Munsiff Magistrate 2017. In the main exam candidate will have to qualify:
Written Examination: The Kerala Judicial Service Examination (main) will consist of 4 papers, each carrying L00 marks at a total of 400 marks, based on the syllabus given below and viva-voce carrying 50 marks. The prescribed duration for each paper will be three hours.
Viva-Voce: Only those candidates who score the prescribed percentage of marks or more in the main written examination shall be called for viva-voce.