DELHI JUDICIAL SERVICE: NOTIFICATION FOR 50 POSTS DECLARED BY DELHI HIGH COURT
Delhi Judicial Service Exam is conducted by Delhi High Court for filling the required Vacancies at various District Courts in Delhi. The Delhi High Court has recently published a notification inviting application for filling up 50 vacancies. From the 50 advertised posts, 40 seats are for General Category, 7 for SC and 3 for ST. The exam is held in three stages via:-
- Preliminary Examination: This exam is conducted to shortlist the eligible candidates to appear in the written examination with a specified cut off marks. This exam is Objective in nature with 25% negative marking as well. This exam is scheduled to be held on 10th February 2019
- Written Examination: The pattern of this examination is Descriptive in nature and the eligible candidates who have attained the cutoff marks in the preliminary examination are eligible to appear for the Mains/Written Examination.
Registration: The Online registration for the Exam is scheduled to begin from November 22, 2018, and the last date is December 22, 2018. The online registration can be done through the Delhi High Court website reachable at www.delhihighcourt.nic.in
Fee: The General Category candidates are required to pay Rs. 1000 as application fee and Rs. 200 is chargeable from SC/ST/PwD categories.
Eligibility: A candidate aspiring to appear in this examination must fulfill the below-mentioned criteria:-
- Candidate must be a citizen of India
- Candidate must be a person practicing as an Advocate in India or a person qualified to be admitted as an Advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961.
- Candidate must not be more than 32 years of age as on the 1st day of January 2019. This age is relaxable by 5 years for SC/ST.
- The Delhi High Court is yet to advertise the other terms and conditions containing the syllabus, etc. so stay tuned with Knowyourtutor for quick updates when available.
Best books for preparing for Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2019
- Universal’s Guide for Judicial Service Examination
- Universal’s Guide to Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Examination
- Solved Papers – Universal’s Delhi Judicial Service Examination
- Dr. J.N Pandey Judicial Service Examination.
- Read all the Bare Acts of the subjects (CPC, Cr.P.C., IPC, Tort Law, Contract, Delhi Rent Control Act, Indian Constitution, Limitation Act, Evidence Act, etc.)