Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2019 – All to Know

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Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2019

Online applications are invited by the High Court of Delhi for filling 45 vacancies in Delhi Judicial Service through Delhi Judicial Service Examination. Read on to know the details.

Delhi Judicial Service Exam Pattern 2019

The exam will be conducted in two successive stages:

Preliminary Exam

This is a mandatory exam to clear to get shortlisted for main exam. The prelim exam will be of objective type. There will be penalty on wrong answers, 25% marks allocated to that question will be deducted for every wrong answer.

Main Exam

The main exam will be of written type. Candidates selected in this will be called for Viva voce.

Selection of Candidates

Selection of candidates will be based on the marks obtained in Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2019 and their performance in Viva voce.

Schedule of Dates for Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2019

  • The online application process will start from 2nd August 2019 (10 AM).
  • Closing date for application submission is 2nd September 2019 (10 PM).

Application Fee

  • The application fee for General category candidates is Rs. 1000.
  • Candidates belonging to SC/ST/Persons with Disabilities have to pay Rs. 200 as examination fee.
  • Payment of fee can be made through Debit card or Net Banking.

Eligibility for Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2019

  • The applicants should not be more than 32 years of age as on 1st January 2020.
  • Age relaxation will be given as per rules of Government of India.
  • The candidate should be practicing as an Advocate in India or shall be qualified to be admitted as advocate undet the Advocates Act, 1961.

Pay Scale

  • The scale pay for the members of the Delhi Judicial Service will be in the 10th level matrix of 7th CPC, i.e. Rs. 56,100 to Rs. 17, 7500.

The Bottom Line

The candidates applying for the Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2019 must ensure that they meet the eligibility. For more details visit the official website of Delhi High Court.

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