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Updated At: Nov 05, 2020 07:20 AM (IST)
Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, November 4
The UT Administration has directed the Panjab University (PU) authorities to conduct a computer typing test for the recruitment of clerks and stenos at the earliest.
In a letter, the Department of Personnel, UT, directed the Chief Coordinator, University Institute of Applied Management Science, PU, to hold typing test or examination regarding recruitment for clerks and stenos following due Covid-19 protocol.
The UT Administration had invited online applications to fill over 400 posts of clerks and steno/typists in the UT Administration on a regular basis.
The written examination was conducted on December 22 last year and the results were announced in February this year. However, after the results were declared, the typing test was to be conducted on March 21, 22 and 23. But, the test could not take place due to spread of coronavirus.
The UT Administration had outsourced the conduct of the typing test to PU and the process was halted due to Covid-19 pandemic. Now, the process would start after more than eight months.
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