Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has officially released the admit cards for the recruitment exam of DDA Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA) 2020 Stage-II & III exam 2020. Candidates who have earlier qualified for the DDA JSA Stage-I 2020 exam can now visit the official DDA website @dda.gov.in and download their exam admit cards available online. It has been decided by the DDA authorities that the DDA Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA) 2020 Stage-II & III exam will be conducted on December 21, 2020. Candidates are advised to appear for the aforesaid exam along with a hard copy of an admit card.
Earlier, this month, DDA authorities notified that the qualified candidates for the DDA JSA Stage-II & III exam 2020 will receive the instructions to download the exam admit card through their registered mobile number or email ID. Following this, they'll be able to download the e-admit card 72 hours before the commencement of the exam.
It should be noted that there will be no changes in the date/time/venue of the DDA JSA Stage-II & III exam 2020. However, Owing to the situation beyond control, DDA reserves the right to change or modify the exam dates or even cancel the exam without any prior notification.
Candidates appearing for the DDA JSA Stage-II & III exam 2020 can download their admit cards by following the steps provided below.
Here's a direct link to download the DDA JSA Stage-II & III Exam admit card 2020 provided below.
DDA authorities have planned to conduct the Stage-II & III exam 2020 for JSA on the same day, i.e on December 21, 2020. The Stage-II exam will be computer proficiency test (CPY), While the Stage-III exam will be the typing test.
DDA JSA Stage-II exam 2020 will be based on Computer Proficiency Test (CPT), the question papers will carry 100 marks with 50 objective type MCQs which should be completed within 50 minutes. The Stage-II exam is qualifying in nature and there's no negative marking.
|Part-I||Computer Fundamental Sections||(10 questions), 2 marks per question|
|Part-II||Keyboard Shortcut key & Internet||(10 questions), 2 marks per question|
|Part-III||MS Word||(10 questions), 2 marks per question|
|Part-IV||MS Excel (10 questions)||2 marks per question|
Candidates are required to type 35 w.p.m. in English and 30 w.p.m. in Hindi on the Computer with correspondence to 10500 KDPH/9000 KDPH on an average of 5 key depressions for each word and through this, the candidate's typing speed will be recorded.
Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is conducting this recruitment drive to recruit eligible candidates for the vacant posts of Junior Secretariat Assistant (JSA). A total of 292 vacancies for the aforesaid posts have been notified.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.