The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has issued certain important guidelines for the Delhi Judicial Service Examination. In an effort to make the selection procedure more transparent in the Delhi Judicial Service Examination, SC has introduced certain changes.
SC has directed the Delhi High Court to provide copies of answer sheets to candidates claiming for it under the RTI Act. Further Delhi HC has been asked to mention the names of the candidates instead of their roll number only.
The Court has also accepted the suggestion given by CPIL which states that the OMR (Optical Mark Recognition) sheet should be filled with pen not pencil.
The SC ordered re-evaluation of answer sheets of Delhi Judicial Services Exam 2014 revealed that 11 candidates had qualified in the exam who were initially declared disqualified.
The Delhi Judicial Service Main Examination was held on 09 & 10 July 2016.