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Delhi High Court Recruitment Exam 2022 Study Notes available

High Court of Delhi has released a recruitment notification for 147 posts of Judicial Services. Interested candidates may check the vacancy details.

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Eligibility Criteria for Delhi High Court Judicial Services :

Educational Qualification: Candidates should have passed Bachelor Degree in Law from recognised university and colleges.

Age Limit (as on 0 Jan. 2022): Maximum 32 years

Application Fee: General and OBC candidates have to pay Rs. 1,000 and SC, ST, PH candidates have to pay Rs. 200 through online mode using Net-banking or Credit or Debit Card.

Selection Process

Selection of candidates will be made on the basis of Preliminary Examination and Main Examination.

The first stage is for fresh law graduates through an entrance exam conducted by the respective state public service commissions or the High Court (Delhi). The syllabus for these exams can be found on the website of the commissions and includes law subjects along with English, general knowledge and the local language of the state. 

The second level through which you may join the judicial service is known as the Higher Judicial Service (HJS) exam. This service is open for lawyers with a certain prescribed minimum years of litigating practice, usually seven. Applicants have to appear for a competitive examination for entry to the HJS the syllabus for which is similar to the one described above. The advantage with this option is that if selected the applicant gets posted as an additional district judge which significantly hastens promotional prospects.

The subordinate judiciary has a fixed quota (which varies with each High Court) for elevation to the High Court. Towards this end the prospects of HJS members are better since they get senior posts at a younger age. The flip side however, is that it is relatively more difficult to clear the HJS exam (seats being lesser) as well as to prepare for it. Having practiced for seven or more years, a lawyer may find it tough to prepare for a competitive examination-as opposed to appearing for one just after graduation.




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