Delhi Judiciary Exam 2023: Delhi High Court has issued an important notification. Delhi Judicial Service Pre Exam 2023 will now be held on Sunday, December 17 instead of December 10. The last date to apply for the Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2023 has been fixed as 22 November 2023. For this, you can apply on delhihighcourt.nic.in.
Candidates appearing for Delhi Judicial Service Pre Exam should have complete knowledge of the syllabus, exam pattern, and marking scheme (Delhi Judicial Service Pre Exam Pattern). According to the notification of the Delhi High Court, keep checking all the updates related to Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2023 on the official website delhihighcourt.nic.in.
The examination will be held in two phases
The Delhi Judicial Service Examination will be held in two phases-
1- Delhi Judicial Service Pre Exam (Objective Type Paper, 25% Negative Marking). Through this qualifying paper, candidates will be selected for the main written examination.
2- Delhi Judicial Service Mains Examination (Written) – Candidates who are successful in this will be called for the Viva-Voce round.
Delhi Judicial Service Pre-Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme
Delhi Judicial Services Pre Exam is a qualifying paper. This is a kind of screening test (Delhi Judicial Jobs). Multiple choice questions will be asked in this. This is a paper of 200 marks. In this, the candidate's general legal knowledge, command of English, and his knowledge of legal problems and solutions will be tested. For this, read about important Acts.
Delhi Judicial Service Main Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme
Candidates who are successful in the Delhi Judicial Service Pre-examination will be considered eligible to appear in the main examination. Delhi Judicial Service Main Examination will be of total 800 marks.
1- General Legal Knowledge and Language – 250 marks
2- Civil Law I- 200 marks
3- Civil Law II- 200 marks
4- Criminal Law- 200 marks
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