Delhi High Court has released the official notice regarding the Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2018 and invited the applications from the candidates. The procedure of filling the application form for the Judicial Service Exam 2018 will begin from next week. Candidates who are interested in the exam can check the official notification for more details and eligibility criteria. Here are some of the important details regarding the Judicial Services Examination 2018 of Delhi High Court.
Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2018 – Starting Date & Application Fee
As per the official notification released by the Delhi High Court regarding the Judicial Services Examination 2018, the procedure of filling the application form online will begin from the 22nd of November 2018. The candidates can submit the application form online till 22nd December 2018. After that, the link to apply online will be deactivated.
The application fee for the Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2018 is Rs 1000 for General Category candidates. This fee is non-refundable. The candidates who are from the ST/SC or PWD category will have to deposit application fee of Rs 200. The payment of application fee will be made via Debit card or Internet banking.
Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2018 – Vacancies & Other Details
As per the Delhi High Court Official advertisement for the Judicial Service Exam 2018, there are total 50 vacancies. For the General Category candidates, there are 40 vacancies, 7 vacancies for the SC category and 3 vacancies are for the ST category. Candidates applying for the exam are advised to read the official notification carefully before applying online.
All the candidates who are filling the application form must ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions for the exam. The selection of the candidates will be made on the basis of the performance in the Preliminary and Main Exam. After the Main Exam, the selected candidates will be called for the Viva Voce. Candidates can check the details regarding the Preliminary Exam, Main Exam and Viva Voce on the official website.
As said above, there will be two stages for the exam – Preliminary and Main. The candidates who will clear the Preliminary Exam will go for the Main Exam and the candidates who will clear the Main Exam will be called for Viva Voce. The Preliminary Exam will be of Objective Type while the Main Exam will be written. Check out below the official notification.