Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020: The prelims result of the Junior Judicial Assistant / Restorer recruitment at Delhi High Court in 2020 are published at the website after the exam, delhihighcourt.nic.in. The final result is based on the performance of the applicants in the main exam and interview. Results of the preliminary exam are also released after the exam is conducted. The results can be checked as per schedule through delhihighcourt.nic.in. It is published in the form of a final merit list of qualifying candidates securing total marks equal to or more than the cut off. To know more about the Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020, read this article till the end.
Latest: The prelims result for Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020 is now available. Check below.
Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020
The results of the Delhi High Court recruitment 2020 contains the list of qualifying candidates selected for final appointment. The final results are based on the marks obtained in main exam and interview. However, applicants must also qualify in the preliminary and typing test for selection. Check out the important dates below.
|Date of exam (Preliminary)||07 Feb 2021|
|Date of result (Preliminary)||23 Feb 2021|
|Date of exam (Main)||14 Mar 2021|
|Date of interview||To be announced|
|Date of final result||To be announced|
Check result here: Click here to check Delhi High Court JJA Prelims Result 2020.
How to check Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020
The results of the Delhi High Court JJA recruitment 2020 can be checked from the official website as per schedule. The result is published in the form of a final merit list of selected candidates in different stages of the examintion. To check the result, simply follow the steps given below.
Step 1: Visit the website of the High Court of Delhi at delhihighcourt.nic.in.
Step 2: Click on “more” under the Public Notice section. Refer to the image below.
Step 2: Click on the download link for the Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020. The link is available in the list when released.
Step 3: The result is displayed in the form of merit list containing roll number, name and marks obtained by the applicant.
Step 4: Press CTRL + F on the keyboard and enter details to search if shortlisted.
Selection process of Delhi High Court JJA 2020 recruitment
Candidates are selected after evaluation through multiple stages of evaluation. Eligible applicants are evaluated through written tests, typing test and a final interview. The preliminary exam and the typing test are qualifying in nature i.e. the candidates have to qualify in these tests to be eligible for selection. The final results are however prepared based on the marks obtained by the candidates in the main exam and the final interview. Check out the main stages of the selection process below.
Stage I (Preliminary exam)
The preliminary exam is the first stage of the selection process. Candidates qualifying in the preliminary exam are eligible to appear in the main exam. The preliminary exam consists of an objective question paper of 120 marks. The exam must be completed within 02 hours.
Stage II (Main exam)
The main exam is for total marks of 100. The question paper is descriptive and candidates have to pen down the answers for the Part A & B of the question paper. The duration of the main exam is 02 hours.
Stage III (Typing test)
The typing test is conducted for qualification of selected candidates from the main exam. The typing test qualifiers are eligible to appear in the final interview and document verification stage. Candidates are required to take the test for 10 minutes duration.
Stage IV (Interview)
This is the final stage of the selection process where the candidates have to acquire the minimum qualifying marks in order to be shrotlisted for final appointment into the advertised posts.
Minimum qualifying marks for Delhi High Court JJA 2020 recruitment
Although the preliminary and typing test are qualifying in nature, candidates have to secure the minimum qualifying mark in all stages to be eligible for appearance in the subsequent selection stage. The minimun qualifying marks for all stages can be checked below.
Minimum qualifying marks of preliminary exam
Minimum qualifying marks of main exam
Minimum qualifying speed of typing test
|Category||Min typing speed|
|All category||35 words per minute|
Minimum qualifying marks of interview
Significance of Delhi High Court JJA Result 2020
The final result of the Delhi High Court 2020 recruitment is published in the form of a merit list of finally selected candidates. Candidates who qualify through all the stages of the examination are eligible for final selection.
The finally shortlisted candidates are eligble for appointment into the advertised posts for recruitment. Shortlisted candidates are recruited as Junior Judicial Assistant / Restorer at the Group C level of the Delhi High Court. The candidates are also entitled to receive compensation for the services as per the Level 5 of the 7th Central Pay Commission.
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