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Delhi Judicial Services Examination 2018 DJS /DJHS Notification Form Syllabus Exam Pattern

Delhi Judicial Services Examination 2018 DJS /DJHS Notification Form Syllabus Exam Pattern:

Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2018 – Online Registration: Taking cognizance of the Office of the Registrar General (ORG), The High Court of Delhi, Delhi Notification in respect of Recruitment to the 50 Posts of Civil Judge through Delhi Civil Judge (Junior Division) Examination 2018 are going to commence from 22nd November 2018 onwards and can be filled up to 22nd December 2018 as mentioned in the subsequent Parts for the  Candidates Eligible as Applicant to the Posts.

Delhi Judicial Services Examination 2018 Notification

The Candidates would be able to Apply Online for filling up of 50 Vacancies of Civil Judge (Jr Division) as per the Dates Declared in the Online Notification. 

  • Online Application Form Submission- 22-11-2018
  • Last Date for Submission of Application Form- 22-12-2018

Eligibility Criteria:

As to be published in the Notification.

The Office of the Registrar General, in coordination with the Delhi High Court Selection Committee shall conduct the Competitive Written Examination for Recruitment to the Posts of Civil Judge / Judicial Judges as mentioned in the Table.

Procedure for Recruitment: 

Components No. of Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions Maximum Marks Marking Examination Duration Category-wise Minimum Qualifying Marks
Preliminary Examination comprising the Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions as per the Syllabus Contents exhibited in the Subsequent Table 200 200 Negative Marking of ¼th or 0.25 Marks for each Wrong Answer to the Objective Type Multiple Choice Questions 02 Hours To be determined by the High Court Selection Committee
Main Written Examination: 850 03 Hours each
General Knowledge & Language 250
Civil Law-I 200
Civil Law – II 200
Criminal Laws 200
Personality Test 150

Category-wise Minimum Qualifying Marks:

Minimum Qualifying 60% Marks for Un-Reserved (General) Candidate and 55% in case of Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe Candidates for being selected in the Main Examination.

Only such Candidates, who have obtained 40% Marks (Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe 35% Marks) in each Section of the Main Written Examination and 50% Marks for Un-Reserved / General Candidate (Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe 45% Marks) in Aggregate out of Total 850 Marks will be called for Viva-Voce.

Delhi High COurt DJS / DHJS JObs 2018 Application Form

दिल्ली हाई कोर्ट (DHC) द्वारा दिल्ली न्यायिक सेवा परीक्षा 2018 के अंतर्गत सिविल जज के पदों पर सीधी भर्ती नियुक्ति परीक्षा विज्ञापन संख्या के अनुसार कुल 50 पदों पर भर्ती के लिए विज्ञापन जारी करने वाला है | सभी योग्य अभियार्थी 22.11.2018 से 22.12.2018 तक ऑनलाइन आवेदन कर सकते है |

Selection Criteria:

The Marks obtained in Personality Test / Viva-voce will be added to the Marks obtained in the Main Written Examination and the Candidate Place in the Merit List will depend on Aggregate Marks Secured in the Main Written Examination and Personality Test / Viva-voce put together.  The Marks obtained by the Candidates in the Preliminary Examination shall neither be counted nor will be Added to the Final Merit List Scores.

Suitability of the Candidates for Employment in Delhi Judicial Service will be tested with reference to his / her Merit giving due regard to his / her Ability, Character, Personality and Physique.

Test Syllabus / Paper
Preliminary Examination 1)         English

2)         General Knowledge

3)         Constitution of India

4)         Code of Civil Procedure

5)         Code of Criminal Procedure

6)         Indian Penal Code

7)         Contract Act

8)         Partnership Act

9)         Principles governing Arbitration Law

10)      Evidence Act

11)      Specific Relief Act

12)      Limitation Act

Main Written Examination 1. General Knowledge including Current Affairs etc.

Language (Essay, Translation and Précis Writing)

2. Civil Law I:

i)            Indian Contract Act

ii)          Indian Sale Goods Act

iii)         Indian Partnership Act

iv)        Specific Relief Act

v)          Hindu Law

vi)        Muslim Law

vii)       Delhi Rent Control

viii)      Law of Torts

3.Civil Law II: 

i)         Civil Procedure Code

ii)       Law of Evidence

iii)      Law of Limitation

iv)     Law of Registration


4. Criminal Law: 

i)         Criminal Procedure Code

ii)       Indian Penal Code

iii)      Indian Evidence Act


Application / Examination Fee:

In case not Revised:  600/- in respect of Un-Reserved (General) Candidates;

100 for Scheduled Caste / Scheduled Tribe / Persons with Disabilities. 


  • Starting Date Apply Online: 22/11/2018
  • Last Date Apply:  22/12/2018
  • Date of Prelim Exam- 10/02/2019

The High Court of Delhi Website:

Wishing here the Best of Luck for the Candidates!

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