Delhi High Court Judicial Service Exam 2019 Revised Result Released on delhihighcourt.nic.in, Steps How to Check here

Delhi High Court Exam 2019

The Delhi High Court has announced the Delhi Judicial Service Exam 2019 Revised Result on its official website. Those candidates who have performed for the Delhi High Court Judicial Service exam can check their revised result on the official website of Delhi High Court –delhihighcourt.nic.in.

All the qualified candidates will appear for the Delhi High Court Judicial Service Mains Exam 2019.

Also, candidates shall be is to be noted that Delhi High Court had declared the Delhi Judicial prelims result earlier. The Court has also now declared the revised result in which qualified candidates will appear for the Mains Exam.

Following are the steps to check the results –

  • Go to the official website i.e. delhihighcourt.nic.in
  • Then go to the Notice section on the Home Page.
  • And then click on the link Revised list of Candidates Shortlisted for Delhi Judicial Service Main Examination (Written)-2019 given on the Main Page.
  • Then select on the link Revised Complete Result of Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Examination-2019 held on 22-09-2019 given on the main page.
  • Then a New Window will open where you will show the PDF of the desired results.
  • Take Print Out of your result and save a copy for future reference as it comes handy.

Those candidates whose names are present in the list of successful candidates shall be appearing in the Delhi Judicial Service Main Examination (Written)-2019 on October 12 and 13. The exam will consist of four papers —

  • General knowledge and language
  • Criminal law,
  • Civil law-I, and
  • Civil law-II.

The recruitment is been carried for 45 vacancies in the Delhi High Court. Indian citizens practicing as advocates and having an age of not more than 32 years are eligible for these posts. We wish best wishes to students who successfully cleared their Preliminary Examination and moving their journey towards the main examination.

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