The High Court of Delhi will hold written examination for direct recruitment to Delhi Judicial Service in two stage selection process comprising Preliminary Written Examination of Objective type and Delhi Judicial Service Main Exam (Written) for selection of candidates for calling for Viva Voce. It invites application from eligible candidates for Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2011.
Name of the post and Number of Vacancies
Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2011: 50 vacancies (UR 23, SC 6, ST 15, PH 6)
Age Limit (as on 1 January 2012): Maximum 32 years. Relaxation as per rules laid by Government of India
Application Fee: Application fee for General and OBC Candidate is Rs 600 and fee for SC/ ST/ PH candidates is Rs 100. The application fees need to be paid in the form of Demand Draft/ Pay Order (Non refundable) drawn in favour of ‘Registrar General, Delhi High Court, New Delhi' payable at New Delhi.
The DJSE registration form can be obtained on any working day from from 10:30 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 4 pm from the Filing Counter of Delhi High Court, or by sending, at the candidate's own risk, a self addressed envelope of 38 cm X 25 cm size with postage stamp of Rs 60 affixed on it along with Demand Draft. It can be sent in an envelope addressed to Joint Registrar (Vig.), Delhi High Court, New Delhi, superimposed with words in bold letters, "DJS EXAMINATION 2011".
Pay Scale: Revised scale (interim) Rs 15600- 39100 with Grade Pay Rs 5400
Selection Procedure: The selection of candidates will be done in the following in two successive stages.
How to apply: Applications on the prescribed form and the DJSE Registration Form duly filled in as per Instructions, should be sent by "Registered Post Acknowledgement Due" addressed to The Joint Registrar (Vig.), Delhi High Court, Sher Shah Road, New Delhi- 110 003, by designation, enclosed in the envelope provided with the application form so as to reach not later than 4 pm on 22 October 2011.
Applications can also be submitted personally at the Filing Counter of Delhi High Court on any working day from 10:30 am to 1 pm and 2 pm to 4 pm till 22 October 2011.
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