English Steno Question Paper Part 22, English shorthand Steno-Typist Paper provide kiya geya hai, Jo Apko  knowledge gain and test ke liye prepare karne ke liye helpful rahega.

English Court Steno Question Paper [Part-21]

Har saal District Courts and High Courts mai Steno papers, Adhoc steno papers, hote rehte hai, inki language kafi had tak same hi hoti hai.

Aap yeh paper dekh kar easily practice kar sakte hai, in future apko aur bhi court shorthand papers provide kiye jayenge.

Punjab and Haryana High Court, District Court (Steno Adhoc Exams) mai 80 wpm speed 5 minutes mai bole geya tha, aur agey bhi aisi hi dictation court steno exam mai boli jaa sakti hai. 

Aap daily website se court dictationsenglish steno dictations practice karte jaye, aap bahut jaldi perfection hasil karlenge.

80 WPM Court Steno Paper

Steno Typist Paper Part- 22

  • Paragraph 5 Minutes
  • Words 400
  • Transcribed Time in Shorthand Exam- 20 Minutes
  • Paragraph Reading Time- 1 Minutes

Match Steno Test Paragraph

The appointment of a Government servant to a permanent post may be substantive or on probation or on an officiating basis. A substantive appointment to a permanent post in public service confers normally on the servant so appointed a substantive right to the post and he becomes entitled to hold a lien on the post. The Government cannot terminate his service unless it is entitled to do so by virtue of a special term of the contract of employment by (1) giving the requisite notice provided by the contract or by the rules governing the conditions of his service, on attainment of the age of superannuation prescribed by the rules, or on the fulfilment of the conditions for compulsory retirement or subject to certain safeguards on the abolition of the post or on being found guilty after proper enquiry on notice to him, of misconduct negligence inefficiency or any other disqualification. An appointment to a permanent post in Government service (2) on probation means, as the of a person appointed by a private employer that the servant so appointed is taken on trial. The period of probation may in some cases be for a fixed period, for six months or for one year or it may be expressed simply as on probation without any specification of any period Such un-employment on probation, under the ordinary law of master and servant comes to an end during or at (3) the end of the probation the servant so appointed on trial is found unsuitable and his service is terminated by a notice. An appointment to officiate in a permanent post is usually made when the incumbent substantively holding that post is on leave or when the permanent post is vacant and no substantive appointment has yet been made to that post. Such an officiating appointment comes to an end on the return of the incumbent substantively holding the post from (4) leave in the former case or on a substantive appointment being made to that permanent post in the latter case or on the service of a notice of termination as agreed upon or as may be reasonable under the ordinary law. It is therefore, quite clear that appointment to a permanent post in a Government service either or probation, or on an officiating basis is from the very nature of such employment itself of transitory character and in the (5)

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