Delhi High Court Recruitment 2020 - Vacancy, Online Application Procedure etc.

Updated on Sep 14, 2020

Overview

Delhi High Court released a notification for recruitment in the vacant posts. The website has now activated the online application procedure. The interested candidates can apply for jobs in the vacant positions and have the fantastic opportunity of working with Delhi High Court. They released the notification about the vacancy of Junior Judicial Assistant/Restorer.

There are a total of 132 vacancies in this recruitment. The candidates having relevant skills and eligibility according to the requirement can apply for this vacancy online. The online window for recruitment will be available very soon. Candidates are advised to check all the details before applying for the post.

Background

The High Court of Delhi is one among the other five high courts in India to have the original civil side jurisdiction over the other territories. That implies any civil case can be directly filed in the High Court where the different high courts have separate wings for appellate civil jurisdiction. Some other High Courts who have primary side jurisdiction are Kolkata, Himachal Pradesh, Chennai and Mumbai.

Details of the Vacancy

Junior Judicial Assistant/Restorer

Total Number of Vacancies = 132

Educational Qualification

The candidate must be a graduate from any recognized university and should have a typing speed of not less than 3S words per minute on Computer.

Age limit

  • The candidate'sage should not be less than 18 years and more than 27 years as on 01/01/2020. Thus, the applicant should have been born not earlier than 02/01/1993 and not later than 01/01/2002. 

  • Candidates should note that Date of Birth as recorded in Matriculation, Secondary Examination Certificate, Mark-Sheet or an equivalent Certificate only will be accepted for determining the eligibility of age and no subsequent request for its change will be considered or granted.
  • The upper age limit for candidates belonging to the categories Of Scheduled Castes/Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes" will be 32 years and 30 years respectively.
  • For Ex-servicemen, there will be a relaxation of 3 years for General candidates, six years for OBC and eight years for SC/ST, after deduction of the military service rendered from the actual age of on 01/01/2020, subject to a maximum period of 50 years.
  • The upper age limit for persons with disability (PwD) having benchmark disability to the extent of 40% or above of the categories for which vacancy has been reserVed as mentioned in this Notice, shall be relaxable by IO years (13 years for OBC & IS years for SC/ST).

Reservation

  • Scheduled Castes: 15%
  • Scheduled Tribes: 75%
  • Other Backward Classes: 27%
  • Economic ''Weaker Section: 10%
  • Persons with Disability: 4%

Selection Procedure

  • Prelims
  • Mains
  • English Typing Test
  • Interview

Syllabus

Preliminary Examination

The exam will be of total 120 marks with the total time of 120 minutes. The questions will be OMR based.

  • English Language & Comprehension: 45 Marks
  • General Awareness I Knowledge and Current Affairs, Events: 45 Mark
  • General Intelligence, Reasoning Ability & Numerical Arithmetic Ability: 30 Marks

Mains Examination

The exam will be descriptive with the total number of 100 marks, and the candidates will get 120 minutes to finish the exam. The English exam will consist of two parts.

Part ''A''

  • Essay: 250 words =40 Marks
  • Letter: 10 Marks 

Part ''B'' 

  • Grammar: 30 Marks
  • Translation: 25 words =20 Marks

Result

For Prelims

The following shall be qualifying criteria for the next stage of the Examination

  • General Category: 60 Marks
  • Reserved Category.: 54 Marks 
  • Same criteria of 54 Marks would be applicable for Ex-servicemen candidates as well as PwD candidates.
  • There would be 25% negative marking (Le., deduction of 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer).

For Mains

  • Minimum passing marks for General Category candidates will be 50%, i.e., 50 Marks out of 100 Marks and for Reserved Category candidates including PwD & Ex-servicemen will be 45%.
  • Only the successful candidates of Stage - II, i.e., Main (Descriptive) Examination will be called for the next stage of the Examination, which is Stage  III I English Typing Test.

Application Fee

  • General/OBC-NCL/EWS candidates – INR 600
  • SC/ST/Ex-servicemen/PwD – INR 300

Important Dates

  • Start date of submission of online application for Delhi High Court Group C Recruitment 2020: 19 February 2020
  • Last date for submission of online application for Delhi High Court Group C Recruitment 2020: 11 March 2020
  • Last date for filling the online application form or making payment through debit card/internet banking: 11 March 2022.

Application Process

Step 1: Visit the Official Website first.

Step 2: Click on ''Public Notices''.

Step 3: Click on "Job Opening''.

Step 4: You will be redirected to another page.

Step 5: Look for the notification and click on the given link.

Step 6: Read all the details and fill the form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the notification about?

Delhi High Court released a notification for recruitment in the vacant posts. The website has now activated the online application procedure. The interested candidates can apply for jobs in the vacant positions and have the fantastic opportunity of working with Delhi High Court. They released the notification about the vacancy of Junior Judicial Assistant/Restorer.

Q. How many vacancies are there?

There are a total of 132 vacancies in this recruitment. The candidates having relevant skills and eligibility according to the requirement can apply for this vacancy online.

Q. When can I apply for this recruitment? 

The online window for recruitment will be available very soon. Candidates are advised to check all the details before applying for the post.

Q. What is unique about Delhi High Court?

The High Court of Delhi is one among the other five high courts in India to have the original civil side jurisdiction over the other territories. That implies any civil case can be directly filed in the High Court where the different high courts have separate wings for appellate civil jurisdiction.

Q. What other high courts have original side jurisdiction?

 Some other High Courts who have primary side jurisdiction are Kolkata, Himachal Pradesh, Chennai and Mumbai.

Q. What is the educational qualification needed for the post?

The candidate must be a graduate from any recognized university and should have a typing speed of not less than 3S words per minute on Computer.

Q. What is the age limit for general category candidates?

The candidate's age should not be less than 18 years and more than 27 years as on 01/01/2020. Thus, the applicant should have been born not earlier than 02/01/1993 and not later than 01/01/2002.


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WRITTEN BYVarsha Verma

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