Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2010




HIGH COURT OF DELHI, NEW DELHI

Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2010


THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI invited applications from the eligible candidates for Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2010. THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI will hold Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2010 in two successive stages

  1. Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Examination (objective type with 25% negative marking) for selection for the main examination, and
  2. Delhi Judicial Service Main Examination (Written) for selection of candidates for calling for Viva voce.

Scale of pay : The time-scale of pay of members of the Service is Rs. 9000-14550 (prerevised) [Revised scale (interim) Rs. 15600-39100 with Grade Pay Rs. 5400].
No. of Vacancies : 60 (General - 27, SC - 14, ST - 14, Physically handicapped (Blind/Low Vision) - 05)

The Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Examination 2010 (Objective Type) will be held on Sunday, the 31st January, 2010


Eligibility to appear Examination : A candidate shall be eligible to appear in the examination if he/she is

  1. A citizen of India.
  2. A Law graduate from a recognized university.
  3. A person practicing as an Advocate in India or a person qualified to be admitted as an Advocate under the Advocates Act, 1961.
  4. Not more than 30 years of age as on 1st January, 2011.

How to Apply
Application form including the DJSE Registration Form can be obtained against Demand Draft/Pay Order (non-refundable) for Rs. 600/- each for General Category candidates and Rs. 100/- for SC / ST / Physically Handicapped and Orthopaedically Handicapped candidates on any working day from 03/11/2009 to 30/11/2009 from 10:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 2.00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. from the Filing Counter of Delhi High Court, or by sending, at his own risk, a self addressed envelope of 38 cm X 25 cm size with postage stamp of Rs. 60/- affixed on it along with Demand Draft (non-refundable) of Rs. 600/- for General Category candidates and Rs. 100/- for SC / ST / Physically Handicapped and Orthopaedically Handicapped candidates in favour of Registrar General, Delhi High Court, New Delhi, payable at New Delhi, in an envelope addressed to Joint Registrar (Vig.), Delhi High Court, New Delhi by Speed Post / Registered Post, superimposed with words in bold letters, “DJS EXAMINATION 2010”.

Applications on the prescribed form and the DJSE Registration Form duly filled in as per Instructions, should be sent by “Registered Post Acknowledgment Due” addressed to the below address, by designation, enclosed in the envelope provided with the application form so as to reach him not later than 4:00 P.M. on 01.12.2009. Applications can also be submitted personally at the Filing Counter of Delhi High Court on any working day from 10:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. and 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. till 01.12.2009.
Mailing Address
Joint Registrar (Vig.),
Delhi High Court,
Sher Shah Road,
New Delhi – 110 003


Last date for receipt of Application is 01/12/2009


Reference: www.delhihighcourt.nic.in


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