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Written Result of LDC in MCD (Post-Code-51/13) 

Written Result of LDC in MCD (Post-Code-51/13)

NOTICE NO. 1054

LOWER DIVISION CLERK (POST CODE 51/13) IN MUNICIPAL CORPORATION OF DELHI

1. The DSSSB  vide  its  Advertisement    03/2013  with  closing date  18/10/2013  had advertised 345 vacancies  (UR-174, OBC-3, SC-52, ST-26 including EXSM-31,OH-04, VH-03, and HH-03) for the  post of Lower Division Clerk  in Municipal  Corporation  of Delhi, under Post Code 51/13 . Board Conducted Tier-I written examination for  recruitment  in respect of this post on 24/10/2019, 25/10/2019 and 23/02/2020 .

The normalized marks obtained by 14177 candidates who have duly appeared in written examination (online mode in multiple shifts) held on 24/10/2019, 25/10/2019 and 23/02/2020 have been uploaded on Board’s website. Candidate can view their marks by logging into their account in the OARS Module dsssbonline.nic .in.

Based on the performance in Tier-I written examination (online mode), out of these 14177 candidates, total 2763 (Two Thousand Seven Hundred Sixty Three) candidates (UR- 1357, OBC-737, SC- 9, ST- 208, EXSM-15, H H-02, OH-32, and VH-03) as detailed below, have been provisionally shortlisted to appear in Skill Test/Typing Test as per policy of the Board subject to attaining minimum qualifying marks and correctness of the information furnished by the candidates in their online application forms. The shortlisted candidates shall be called for Skill Test/Typing Test.

As per the Board Notice dated 26/04/2013 the minimum qualifying marks in one Tier written examinations for UR Category Candidate is 40%, for OBC Candidate is 35% for SC/ST/PH candidate is 30%.

The details of skill typing test shall be notified separately by the Board. The candidates are hereby advised to check the website of the Board.

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