|Total Posts||100 Posts|
|Organization||Directorate of Handloom & Textiles|
|Exam Type||Written Test|
|Exam Date||Not Specified|
|Admit Card Status||Not Released|
|Release Date||Not Specified|
Handloom & Textiles Admit Card
Directorate of Handloom and Textiles, Assam has successfully received online applications from the eligible candidates for 100 Posts of Grade-IV between 19th January to 1st February 2021. As per the official notification, Directorate of Handloom & Textiles will conduct a written test to shortlist and appoint the eligible candidates. The candidates who have submitted online applications and preparing for the written test will be able to download their admit card from the official web portal with the help of this article once it is released.
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Handloom & Textiles Admit Card Details
Name of Post: Grade-IV
No of Posts: 100 Posts
Name of Department: Directorate of Handloom and Textiles, Assam
Advertisement No: DHTE 161/2020/Pt-I/106
Type of Exam: Written Test (MCQs)
Date of Exam: The department has not announced the exam date till the writing of this article.
Duration of Exam: 2 Hours (120 Minutes)
Time of Exam: This information will be updated after the release of the admit card.
Venue of Exam: The information regarding the exam venue will be on the admit card.
Admit Card Status: Not Released
Date of Admit Card Release: The concerned authority has not announced the admit card issue date.
Handloom & Textiles Admit Card Date
Directorate of Handloom & Textiles, Assam had decided to conduct the Grade-IV Recruitment based written examination on 28th February 2021 (Sunday) and the admit cards for the same were issued on 25th February 2021. But, due to unavoidable circumstances the exam was postponed and the department informed that they will issue a separate notification for the next date of the exam. As of now, the department has not released any notification regarding the exam date as well as the issuance of admit card. We suggest our users to keep visit this webpage for future updates.
How to Download Handloom & Textiles Admit Card?
Candidates who have submitted their online application for this above mentioned recruitment of Directorate of Handloom & Textiles, Assam will be able to download their admit card for written test from official website after release of admit card. The candidates of this recruitment can follow the steps listed below to download their admit card.
- Scroll down, check Important Link’s section.
- Click on Handloom & Textiles Admit Card link.
- After that an official web portal will load in a new tab of your web browser.
- In that portal you will get an admit card download form.
- In that form, enter your Registration No/ Mobile Number, Date of Birth, Verify Captcha and click on Login button.
- After that a new page will load where you will get the option to download your admit card.
- Click on that admit card download option and save your admit card on your device.
- That’s all. Print that admit card and go to the exam venue on the exam date as mentioned in the admit card.
Important Links of Handloom & Textiles Admit Card
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Selection Process of Handloom & Textiles Recruitment
Directorate of Handloom & Textiles, Assam will conduct a written test as a selection process for this recruitment of 100 posts of Grade-IV. Candidates who have submitted their application for this recruitment have to give a written test and the details of that exam is mentioned below.
Type of Exam: Written Test
No of Questions: 100 Questions
Type of Questions: Multiple Choice Questions
Total Marks: 100 Marks
Duration of Exam: 2 Hours (120 Minutes). Candidates belonging to PwD shall be given 15 minutes extra time for the written test.
Negative Marking: There will be ½ (half) negative mark for each wrong answer.
Syllabus of Written Test
The brief details related to the written exam syllabus of Handloom & Textiles Recruitment are given below.
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