Delhi High Court Recruitment 2020: The High Court of Delhi conducts examination an recruitment process for various posts like Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam, Delhi Judicial Service Exam, etc. The Delhi High Court was established on October 31, 1966. Candidates who have aspired to be in the govt job in Delhi can check about the latest ongoing recruitment from this page. The recruitment process can be of two types walk-ins and others can be a recruitment process involving various stages in which students need to clear prelims, mains exam followed by the interview, etc. Details like application form, eligibility criteria, selection process, admit card and other information of Delhi High Court Recruitment 2020 are given on the page.
Delhi High Court Recruitment 2020
Delhi High Court conducts the recruitment through various processes such as Preliminary (Objective) Examination, Main (Descriptive) Examination and the Viva-voce. All candidates fulfilling the eligibility conditions and possessing qualification can apply for any of the Delhi High Court Recruitment 2020 given below.
|Delhi High Court Recruitment Notification||Notification||Vacancies|
|Delhi High Court Chauffeur||Click here||35|
|Delhi High Court Despatch Rider-cumProcess Server||Click here||05|
|Delhi high court JJA recruitment 2020||Click here||132|
|JJAT Examination||Click here||60|
|Senior Judicial Hindi Translator & Judicial Translator Examination||Click here||16|
|Senior Personal Assistant Examination 2019||Click here||57|
|Private Secretary (Departmental) Exam – 2019||Click here||__|
Get all the details of the Delhi High Court recruitment previous year from below:
|Date of Advt.||Delhi High Court Recruitment Notification||Vacancies|
|28 Dec 2017||Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam||11|
|28 Dec 2017||Delhi Judicial Service Exam||50|
Recruitments Conducted by Delhi High Court
The High Court of Delhi conducts the following exam given below in the State
- Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam
- Delhi Judicial Service Exam
- JJAT Examination
- Senior Judicial Hindi Translator & Judicial Translator Examination
- Senior Personal Assistant Examination
- Private Secretary (Departmental) Exam
The recruitment is released as per the number of vacancies which is to be filled in the Delhi High Court.
History of Delhi High Court
The High Court of Delhi exercised authority powers not only towards the Union Territory of Delhi but also in Himachal Pradesh. In Shimla, at Himachal Pradesh, the High Court of Delhi had a Bench in a building called Ravenswood. Until the State of Himachal Pradesh Act, 1970 was enforced, the Delhi High Court exercise jurisdiction over Himachal Pradesh.
The Delhi High Court was initially established with four Judges which are, Chief Justice K.S.Hegde, Justice I.D.Dua, Justice H.R.Khanna and Justice S.K.Kapur. The sanctioned strength of the judges is 45 for permanent Judges and 15 for Additional Judges.
The High Court of Delhi publishes a notification or advertisement whenever they have to hold a recruitment exam. It contains details of how to apply, important dates, eligibility, vacancies, selection process, etc. Candidates can check this page from time to time to know the latest Delhi High Court Recruitment released by the officials.
In order to take part in the recruitment process, candidates need to visit the official website of High Court of Delhi i.e. www.delhihighcourt.nic.in as per the dates are given in the advertisement. The application form of only those candidates is kept into consideration who fills and submits the same before the due date.
The candidates who submit the application form on time are eligible to get the admit card. The admit card is available in online mode at the official websites. Candidates must make sure that they carry the admit card on the day of the examination as then only he or she can take the exam. Without the relevant hall ticket, candidates are not allowed to enter the exam hall. So, make sure that you carry it on the exam day.
After the completion of the exam, the High Court of Delhi releases answer keys for the students who have taken the examination. Answer keys can be used to predict the scores. The candidates can get the roundabout of the mark if he or she evaluates the scores as per the marking scheme. Candidates can get them here on the relevant recruitment page or at the official website Delhi High Court. Also, the candidates get to know whether he or she is eligible to take part in the recruitment process or not.
The Delhi High Court announces the result for each of the recruitment after the completion of the exam. Candidates whose names are there in the merit list are either provisionally selected for the next round or for final selection. The eligible candidates need to present the necessary documents at the time of document verification. If any candidate is found out to be ineligible at any stage or even during the time of the interview or Viva Voce then, their candidature is liable to be canceled.
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