Delhi High Court Recruitment 2018-19: Latest Update for eligibilty

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Delhi High Court Recruitment 2018 :  60 Vacancies

High Court Of Delhi has released vacancies for the posts of Junior Judicial Assistant (Technical) Group-C. Candidates can check selection procedure, eligibility criteria, pay scale etc. in this article.

UPDATE: In a recent notice published by Delhi High Court, candidates who possess the educational qualification of B.Sc. (IT), B.Tech (IT) , M.Sc. (IT) and M.Tech (IT), are also eligible to apply online for the said post of Junior Judicial Assistant (Technical).

Start Date to apply online : 4th January 2019
Last Date to apply online : 23rd January 2019

Total Number Of Vacancy: 60

  • General: 32
  • OBC: 16
  • SC: 08
  • ST: 04

Age Limit:
  • Minimum Age: 18 years
  • Maximum Age: 27 years
Age will be calculated as on 1st January 2018
That is, the applicant should have been born not earlier than 02.01.1991 and not later than 01.01.2000.

Pay Scale:
5th Level of Pay matrix of 7th CPC

Educational Qualification:
BCA/B.Sc (Computer Science) / B.Sc. (Hons.) (Computer Science) / B.Tech (Computer Science) / MCA/M.Sc. (Computer Science) / M.Tech. (Computer Science) with minimum 50% marks in aggregate from any institution recognized by AICTE and/or institutions affiliated to recognized universities.
Note: Only such candidates, who possess essential qualification as on the date of submitting online application, need to apply.

    Selection Process:
    Subjects Marks Duration
    Part A General Intelligence 10 75 Min
    General Awareness 10
    Quantitative Aptitude 10
    English 15
    Computer Science 30
    Part B Interview 25

    The medium of Written Test shall be English language.
    There shall be 25% negative marking for every wrong answer in Written Examination.
    Qualifying marks for General Category candidates will be 40 marks out of 75 marks in the Written Test & 15 marks out of 25 marks in the Interview.
    There will be relaxation of 5 marks for the Reserved Category (including PH and Ex-servicemen) candidates in the minimum marks of Written Test, i.e., 35 marks instead of 40 marks. There shall be relaxation of marks to the extent of 5% for the Reserved Category (including PH and Ex-servicemen) candidates at the stage of interview. There shall be no rounding off of marks.

    Examination Fee:
    General/ Other Backward Class Examination Fee 
    Rs. 300/- + bank transaction charges as applicable 
    Scheduled Caste of U.P./ Scheduled Tribe of U.P Examination Fee 
    Rs. 150/- + bank transaction charges as applicable

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