Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam Syllabus 2022: Delhi High Court has published a notification for the recruitment of the Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam 2022. Interested Candidates who are preparing for the Delhi High Court Higher Judicial Service Exam 2022 must read the Notification, Syllabus.
Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam 2022 Syllabus:
Organization Name – Delhi High Court
Exam Name – Delhi Higher Judicial Service Exam
Category – Exam Syllabus
Official website – delhihighcourt.nic.in
Delhi High Court Higher Judicial Service Exam 2022 Syllabus & Exam Pattern:
Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination in three successive stages –
1. Delhi Higher Judicial Service Preliminary Examination (Objective type with 25% negative marking) for selection for the Mains Examination (Written); and
2. Delhi Higher Judicial Service Mains Examination (Written) for selection of candidates for calling for Viva-Voce.
Exam Pattern & Syllabus:
The Preliminary Examination will be a screening test of qualifying nature and will consist of one paper of multiple-choice based objective type questions carrying a maximum of 150 marks. There shall be 150 questions with each question carrying one mark with 25% negative marking for each wrong answer.
The duration of the Examination shall be 2 hours.
Syllabus – The Preliminary Examination shall include questions on General Knowledge, Current Affairs, English Language, The Constitution of India; The Indian Evidence Act, 1872; The Limitation Act, 1963; The Code of Civil Procedure, 1908; The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973; The Indian Penal Code, 1860; The Indian Contract Act, 1872; The Indian Partnership Act, 1932; The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996; The Specific Relief Act, 1963; The Transfer of Property Act, 1882; The Sale of Goods Act, 1930; The
Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881; The Indian Succession Act, 1925; The Hindu Succession Act, 1956; The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988; The Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act (POCSO Act), 2012; The Recovery of Debts and Bankruptcy Act (DRT Act), 1993; The Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act (SARFAESI Act), 2002; The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988; The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947; The Payment of Wages Act, 1936; The Employee’s
Compensation Act, 1923; The Minimum Wages Act, 1948; The Factories Act, 1948; The Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972; The Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act, 2015; The Commercial Courts Act, 2015; The Provident Funds Act, 1925; The Information Technology Act (IT Act), 2000; The Trade Marks Act, 1999; The Copyright Act, 1957; The Patents Act, 1970 and The Designs Act, 2000
The Mains Examination (Written) shall consist of the four papers –
Paper – I – General Knowledge & Language –
Paper-II – Law – I
Paper – III – Law – II
Paper – IV – Law – III
The duration of Paper I shall be 2 hours and of Papers II, III and IV shall be 3 hours each.
Viva-voce – Viva-Voce will carry 250 marks. A candidate of general category must secure minimum of 50% marks and a candidate of reserved category i.e. Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Persons with Disabilities [PwD (Blindness/Low Vision), PwD (Specific Learning Disability) and PwD (Multiple Disabilities involving blindness and low vision, one arm, one leg, both legs, leprosy cured, dwarfism and acid attack and specific learning)] must secure minimum 45% marks in Viva-Voce to be eligible for being
recommended for appointment to the service. Provided that the candidates shortlisted for Viva-Voce shall not exceed three times the number of vacancies in each category advertised. In case, there is a candidate(s) who has/have secured marks equal to the marks secured by the last candidate shortlisted
for Viva-Voce, then all such candidate(s) who have secured marks equal to the marks secured by the last candidate shortlisted for Viva-Voce, shall also be shortlisted for the Viva-Voce irrespective of the fact that by including such candidate(s), the number of candidates shortlisted for Viva-Voce exceeds the prescribed limit of three times the number of vacancies in each category advertised.
The final merit list will be prepared on the basis of assessment of marks obtained in the Mains Examination (Written) and VivaVoce.
(For more details follow the official notification pdf)
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More Details: Before applying for the post, candidates should go through the Syllabus Notice carefully and ensure that they fulfill all the eligibility conditions like Exam patterns & Syllabus