Organisation : Delhi Development Authority (DDA)
Recruitment Name : Junior Secretarial Assistant, Patwari, Mali, Stenographer Recruitment 2020
Announcement : Admit Card
Exam Date : 05-12 November 2020
Website : https://dda.org.in/
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DDA Admit Card
Delhi Development Authority (DDA) has release the admit card for Junior Secretarial Assistant, Patwari, Mali, Stenographer & Various Post Recruitment 2020.
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How to Download the Admit Card?
Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to download the admit card.
Step-1 : Go to the link https://cdn.digialm.com/EForms/configuredHtml/1258/65047/login.html
Step-2 : Enter your User ID
Step-3 : Enter your Password
Step-4 : Click on “Login” button.
|Post Name||Age Limit||Total Post||Eligibility|
|Jr. Secretarial Asst.||18-27 Yrs.||292||
|Stenographer Grade D||18-30 Yrs.||100||
|Asst. Account Officer||Max. 30 Yrs.||11||
|SO Horticulture||Max. 30 Yrs.||48||
|Architectural Asst.||Max. 30 Yrs.||8||
|Planning Asst.||Max. 30 Yrs.||1||
|Asst. Director (Plg)||Max. 35 Yrs.||5||
|Deputy Director (Plg)||Max. 40 Yrs.||5||
|Asst. Director (System)||Max. 30 Yrs.||2||
|Deputy Director (System)||Max. 40 Yrs.||2||
i) No request for change in date, time and venue of the examination shall be entertained.
ii) The above dates of examination are final. However, owing to circumstances beyond its control, DDA reserves its right to change the date/ cancel the examination without any prior notice
iii) The date(s) for examination for the post of Stenographer Grade D will be intimated separately.
iv) Candidates are advised to read the important instructions, Dress Code Notice and instructions on COVID-19 carefully for strict compliance to avoid any difficulty at the examination centre on the date of examination.
The Development Authority was created in 1957 under the provisions of the Delhi Development Act”to promote and secure the development of Delhi ” DDA has played a vital role in the orderly-yet-rapid development of Delhi. The city has become the residence of choice for more than 11 million people and this number continues to increase.
Delhi became the focus of government activity in 1911 when the British shifted the capital from Kolkata to Delhi.The initial location proposed for the Capital was to the north of the Northern Ridge. It was later changed to the present location around Raisina Hills. Renowned town planners Edward Lutyens and Herbert Baker planned the city of New Delhi in the year 1912.