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Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 will be released Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts Check Hall Ticket mhc.tn.gov.in - 12 April 2024

Madras High Court Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts Admit Card 2024: The High Court of Madras will be announcing the Admit Card for the Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts in Madras High Court 2024 at mhc.tn.gov.in and Candidates Can Check and Download Madras High Court Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts Admit Card2024, Exam Date, Hall Ticket Release Date Notification here.

by Vinothini

Updated Apr 12, 2024

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Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 will be released Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts Check Hall Ticket mhc.tn.gov.in - 12 April 2024

Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 will be declared soon for Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts

The High Court of Madras will be declaring the Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 by as of now. Candidates who were present for the Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts can receive their Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 notification from the official website given here mhc.tn.gov.in.

The Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 for the Written Examination will be obtainable soon on the mentioned website. Obtain more details about the Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 from our website as well.

Check and Download - Madras High Court Admit Card 2024

Where to check the Madras High Court Admit Card 2024?

The Madras High Court (High Court of Madras) officials have released the results for the various posts like Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts.

The candidates can look through the below table to learn more details about the Madras High Court Admit Card 2024.

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Madras High Court Admit Card 2024- Overview

High Court of Madras

Name of the company

High Court of Madras

Name of the Post

Senior Grade Stenographer, Junior Grade Stenographer, And Various Posts

Category

Admit card

Status

To be declared soon

Official link

Madras High Court Admit Card 2024

Official website

mhc.tn.gov.in

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What Are The Steps To Check The Madras High Court Admit Card 2024?

The stepwise procedure for downloading the Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 notification is detailed below. Candidates are requested to follow the below-provided instructions to download their Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 in order not to have any difficulty.

Step 1- Visit the official website mhc.tn.gov.in

Step 2- Look for the notice column on the right side

Step 3- In the notice column, you will find the link for Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 notification

Step 4- Lastly, you can check your Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 Notification

What are the documents that need to be carried by the candidates for the Madras High Court Admit Card 2024?

Candidates are requested to keep all the following relevant documents ready, which will be looked through during Madras High Court Admit Card 2024.

  • Madras High Court Admit Card
  • Voter ID
  • Aadhar Card
  • PAN Card
  • Passport
  • Driving License
  • Employee ID
  • Photograph
  • Any other ID proof issued by a Gazetted Officer
  • College ID
  • Bank Pass Book with the photograph

About Madras High Court (High Court of Madras)

Established by Queen Victoria on June 26, 1862, the Madras High Court, also known as the High Court of Judicature at Madras, holds the distinction of being the highest court in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Located in Chennai, formerly known as Madras, it possesses original jurisdiction over the city of Madras and appellate jurisdiction over Tamil Nadu state and the union territory of Puducherry.

This court, one of three High Courts in India established at the Presidency Towns by letters patent granted by Queen Victoria, ranks as the third oldest high court in India, succeeding the Calcutta High Court in Kolkata and the Bombay High Court in Mumbai.

Charged with adjudicating major cases within Chennai and wielding authority to review decisions and alter outcomes across Tamil Nadu, the Madras High Court comprises 74 judges alongside a chief justice. Currently, Indira Banerjee serves as the Chief Justice of the Madras High Court, having assumed office on April 5, 2017.




Madras High Court Admit Card 2024 - FAQ

1. What is the High Court of Madras?

The High Court of Madras is the highest court in the state of Tamil Nadu, India.

2. Where is the High Court of Madras located?

It is located in Chennai, which was formerly known as Madras.

3. What is the jurisdiction of the High Court of Madras?

The court has original jurisdiction over the city of Madras and appellate jurisdiction over Tamil Nadu state and the union territory of Puducherry.

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