The High Court of Delhi will hold written examination for direct recruitment to Delhi Judicial Service 2015 in two stage selection process comprising Preliminary Written Examination of Objective type on 20/12/2015 and and Delhi Judicial Service Main Exam (Written) for selection of candidates for calling for Viva Voce.Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2015

Recruitment Details:

Name of Post: Delhi Judicial Service Examination – 2015
No. of Posts: 100 posts (UR-55, SC-8, ST-17)
Pay Scale: Rs. 27700 – 44770
Qualification: A candidate shall be eligible to appear in the examination if he/she is (a) a Citizen of India, (b) a Law Graduate from a recognised university, (c) a person practicing as an Advocate (d) a person not more than 32 years as on 1st January 2016. Relaxation in age as per rules.

Application Fee : Rs.600/- each for General Category candidates and Rs. 100/- for SC/ST/PH candidates

How to Apply : Candidates are required to apply online throug

h Delhi High Court’s website www.delhihighcourt.nic.in or https://jobapply.in/DJSE2015 from 07/10/2015 to 31/10/2015.

Contact Address:

Joint Registrar (Vig), Delhi High Court Sher Shah Road
New Delhi – 110503

Important dates
Commencement of Online Registration 07 October 2015 at 00.00 hours
Last Date of Online Registration 31 October 2015 (Till 11.59 PM)
Last Date of Receipt of duly completed Filled Online Application Form alongwith Demand Draft/Banker’s Cheque in Delhi High Court 07 November 2015 (Not later than 4.00 PM)
Uploading of Admit Cards for Preliminary Examination (Objective) on the website of provisionally eligible candidates (It may be noted that admit cards for Preliminary Examination (Objective) will not be sent by post. Candidates have to download them from the website only.) 4 December 2015
Date of Preliminary Examination (Objective) 20 December 2015 (Sunday)

https://jobapply.in/DJSE2015/

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