Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer Recruitment 2021 Notification, Vacancy, Apply Online, Salary!

By Shubham Verma|Updated : August 19th, 2021

Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer Recruitment 2021 Notification PDF: High Court of Punjab and Haryana at Chandigarh have released the latest Punjab and Haryana High Court Vacancy 2021 via SSSC for the post of Stenographer Grade 3. Candidates who wish to apply for the post of Stenographer Grade 3 in the Subordinate Courts of Punjab and Haryana must check the latest notification and recruitment details. The total vacancies announced for Stenographer Grade 3 post are 445 

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The Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer application 2021 begins online from 18 August 2021. The exam will be conducted by Society for Centralized Recruitment of Staff in Subordinate Courts (S.S.S.C.). The last date to apply online is 7 September at 11:59 PM.

Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer Notification 2021

Candidates who are eligible and wish to apply must download the recruitment notification from the direct link mentioned below. This Punjab Haryana High Court recruitment is for 445 Stenographer Grade 3 posts, 162 of which are in Haryana and 283 in Punjab.

SSSC has released High Court Stenographer notification 2021 pdf on its official website- sssc.gov.in/ under Employment Notice No. 29S/SSSC/PB/2021.

NotificationPunjab Haryana High Court Stenographer Recruitment 2021: 445 Vacancies 
Notification Date17 August 2021
State Punjab & Haryana High Court
Exam Conducting Body Society for Centralized Recruitment of Staff in Subordinate Courts under High Court of Punjab and Haryana (S.S.S.C.) on behalf of the District and Sessions Judges in the State of Punjab
Punjab Haryana High Court Vacancy 2021

Haryana - 162 Posts
Punjab -283 Posts

Official Webiste 

http://www.sssc.gov.in/

Download the Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer Recruitment 2021 Notification pdf

Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer Exam Dates 2021

Check the important dates for the Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer exam 2021 below. 

Events Dates
Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer Application begins 18 August 2021
Last date to apply online
7th September 2021
Punjab Haryana High Court Stenographer Exam Date 2021November/December 2021

Punjab & Haryana High Court Vacancy 2021 for Stenographer 

In the Punjab and Haryana Subordinate Courts, there are a total of 445 posts for Stenographer Grade 3 below.

Name of the postNumber of vacancies
Haryana High Court Stenographer 162
Punjab High Court Stenographer283

Punjab and Haryana High Court Steno Eligibility Criteria 2021

Candidates must read the eligibility criteria outlined in the official notification before applying for any recruiting procedure. Educational qualifications and age are crucial requirements for Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer post. 

Age Limit

Sr. NoCategoryMinimum Age LimitMaximum Age LimitRemarks
1.General1837--
2.SC of Punjab1842--
3.BC/OBC of Punjab1842--
4.Ex-servicemen of Punjab18Ex-servicemen of Punjab Domicile may deduct the length of service in the Armed Forces of the Union from their real age, and if the resultant age does not exceed the maximum age restriction by more than 3 years, he is regarded to meet the age limit criterion.
5PHC of Punjab1837The maximum age limit prescribed for the direct recruitment to a service post is increased by 10 years in the case of candidates belonging to physically handicapped persons.
6.Candidates, who are already in service in Government/Semi/PSU1845In the case of persons already in the employment of the Punjab/Haryana Govt. other State Govt. or the Govt. of India, High Court, other Subordinate Courts & U.T. Chandigarh.

Punjab and Haryana High Court Educational Qualification 

The applicant must hold a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree from a recognised university, or an equivalent degree, and must be computer literate (Word Processing and Spread Sheets).

  • He or she must have passed a matriculation examination with Punjabi as one of the required or elective subjects, or any other similar Punjabi language examination.
  • Candidates who have not completed matriculation with Punjabi as a compulsory or elective subject, or any other equivalent examination in Punjabi Language at the matriculation level, may apply; however, if selected, they must complete the examination within the probation period, failing which their appointment will be cancelled.

How to Apply online for Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer 2021?

Candidates must apply online separately for Punjab and Haryana using the direct link mentioned below.

Apply online for Haryana High Court Stenographer

Apply online for Punjab High Court Stenographer

  • Open the registration form by clicking on the button "Stenographer Grade-III (Subordinate Courts of Haryana)" on the website www.sssc.gov.in.
  • For new users, click the icon Online Registration. Complete the registration form with all of the necessary information.
  • Candidates will receive a unique Registration ID and Password after completing the registration process, which will be communicated to them through email to their registered email address and SMS to their mobile phone.
  • Pay the application fee
  • Upload all necessary documents in the online Registration Step-II Form.
  • Submit the application form 

Application Fees

  • General Male: Rs. 750/-
  • General Female: Rs. 375
  • SC/ST/BC/ESM of the State of Haryana: Rs. 200/- for Male, Rs. 100 for Female
  • Dependants of Ex-servicemen of the State of Haryana: As per their Original Category

Punjab & Haryana High Court Stenographer Selection Process 2021

Candidates must pass the English Shorthand Test and its Transcription at a speed of 80 words per minute and 20 words per minute, respectively. A Computer Proficiency Test will also be required of the candida

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