Delhi High Court JJA 2020: Delhi High Court has released the notification for the post of Junior Judicial Assistant/Restorer (Group ‘C’). Aspirants willing to apply for the post can download the notification from the official website, delhihighcourt.nic.in. The last date for the submission of online application form is March 11, 2020. To apply for the 2020 JJA recruitment at the High Court of Delhi, candidates must be a graduate from any recognized university. Get here complete details for Delhi High Court JJA 2020 including application form, examination pattern, eligibility, and vacancies.
Delhi High Court JJA 2020
For the final selection, candidates have to go through 04 stages of selection procedure – preliminary exam, main exam, typing test and interview round. Check the important dates of Delhi High Court JJA 2020 from the table provided below.
|Start of online registration||19 Feb 2020|
|Last date to register||11 March 2020|
|Last date to apply online||11 March 2020|
Official Website: delhihighcourt.nic.in
Delhi High Court JJA 2020 Official Notification
The official notification for Delhi High Court JJA 2020 recruitment has been released. Candidates can check the notification from the image provided below. To download the detailed notification simply click on the image provided below.
Delhi High Court JJA 2020 Vacancy Details
The High Court of Delhi has advertised vacancies in a total number of 132 posts. The posts are of Junior Judicial Assistant / Restorer in Group C. Check out the category wise distribution of vacancies below.
|Category||Number of vacancies|
Reservation Policy of Delhi High Court JJA 2020
To know about the reservation policy for Delhi High Court JJA 2020 recruitment, refer to the image below. Candidates claiming for reservation have to produce valid document as proof of their category.
Delhi High Court JJA 2020 Application Form
Candidates have to fill application form by visiting the official website within the specified application schedule. The official website can be accessed at delhihighcourt.nic.in. No other mode for the submission of application form is acceptable for the recruitment.
Check out the important points notified by the High Court of Delhi in the context of the recruitment notification of JJA 2020.
- There are no provisions of form correction. Application form once submitted cannot be modified in any way.
- Once the process for the application process is over, no request for the change of details is entertained by the High Court.
- In case of any incorrect details furnished, candidates can fill up another application form by paying the application fee again.
Applicants have to pay the specified amount as application fee for the Delhi High Court JJA recruitment 2020. The High Court allows relaxations in the application fee for candidates belonging to special categories. Check out the category wise application fee from the table provided below.
Delhi High Court JJA 2020 Eligibility Conditions
All applicants are required to comply with the minimum eligibility conditions as specified by the High Court for the recruitment. We are providing here the eligibility criteria for Delhi High Court JJA recruitment 2020.
- Candidates who wish to apply for Delhi High Court JJA 2020 must have a graduate degree.
- Applicants must also have a typing speed of 35 words per minute on computer.
- Candidates’ age should not be below 18 years and not over 27 years. However, the age limit is relaxable for candidates belonging to specific categories.
- The age limit is calculated as on January 01, 2020.
- The age of the applicants are recorded as per the date provied in the Matriculation / Secondary exam certificate only.
Check out the applicable relaxations in the upper age limit for different categories
|SC/ST||Max age 32 years|
|OBC (NCL)||Max age 30 years|
|Ex Servicemen (UR)||03 years over the upper age limit|
|Ex Servicemen (OBC)||06 years over the upper age limit|
|Ex Servicemen (SC/ST)||08 years over the upper age limit|
|PwBD (UR)||10 years over the upper age limit|
|PwBD (OBC)||13 years over the upper age limit|
|PwBD (SC/ST)||15 years over the upper age limit|
Delhi High Court JJA 2020 Selection Process
Recruitment of Junior Judicial Assistant / Restorer at the High Court of Delhi is through a multi stage selection process. The applicants have to undergo two stages of examinations at first viz. preliminary & main and then an English typing test before the final interview. Check out the main stages of the selection process below.
Stage I (Preliminary)
Applicants have to take a preliminary written test. This is the first and qualifying stage of the recruitment selection process. The preliminary exam is for a total of 120 marks which must be completed within 120 minutes (02 hours)
Stage II (Main)
The stage II of the selection process is a main examination. The main examination is descriptive in nature where the candidates have to answer a question paper of 100 marks. The time allowed for the main exam is 120 minutes (02 hours).
Stage III (English Typing Test)
Applicants qualifying in the preliminary and main exam must take the typing test at the fourth stage of the selection process. The candidates are to be assessed against the standard typing speed of 35 words per minute on a computer.
Stage IV (Interview)
This is the final stage of the selection process. Candidates who qualify through the previous stage of the examination are eligible to appear in the final interview. The interview is for a total of 25 marks where candidates have to score at least 50% for final selection.
Check out the selection criteria for final selection of qualifying applicants below
Delhi High Court JJA 2020 Exam Pattern
Examinations are to be conducted in two stages for the Delhi High Court recruitment 2020. The preliminary stage exam is conducted first following which the main stage exam is conducted. Check out the examination pattern for Delhi High Court JJA 2020 from below.
Exam Pattern for Preliminary Examination
- Mode of examination: OMR based test
- Language of the paper: English Language only.
- Duration of examination: 120 minutes
- Type of questions: Objective type questions
- Total marks: 120 marks
- Number of questions: 120 questions
- Marking scheme:
|For correct answer||+1 marks|
|For incorrect answer||-0.25 marks|
- Distribution of questions:
|Subjects||Maximum marks||No. of questions|
|English Language & Comprehension||45||45|
|General Awareness I Knowledge and Current Affairs I Events||45||45|
|General Intelligence, Reasoning Ability & Numerical Arithmetic Ability||30||30|
Exam Pattern for Mains Examination
- Mode of examination: Offline exam
- Type of questions: Descriptive type
- Total marks: 100 marks
- Total time: 120 minutes
- Distribution of questions:
|Essay 250 words||40 Marks|
|Translation 25 words||20 Marks|