High Court of Delhi has released admit card for the Delhi Judicial Service main examination 2019. Admit card has been issued at delhihighcourt.nic.in. The main examination shall be a written test, on October 12 and 13. Candidates whose names or roll numbers are in the revised results can download the admit card.
Delhi Judicial Services main exam admit card 2019 can be downloaded from the official website. Candidates who have been shortlisted for the mains exam can go to delhihighcourt.nic.in and click on public notices section. Then click on the pdf file icon against the notice with title “admit card for delhi judicial service main examination (written), 2019”.
This will open a pdf file that says “Download Admit Card For Delhi Judicial Service Mains Examination 2019”, and contains the download link which is https://applycareer.co.in/dhc/djse2019/DHC_DJSEAdmitCardMain2019.aspx. Clicking the link given in pdf leads to the admit card download page. Here, candidates need to enter data in any of the two fields – online application number, date of birth, email ID.
DJS main exam will consist of four papers namely general knowledge and language, criminal law, civil law I, civil law II. Delhi High Court will shortlist candidates for viva voice, on the basis of performance in mains exam.
The Delhi Judicial Services exam is for filling up 45 vacancies in the Delhi Judicial Service. Finally selected members will be placed in 10th level of matrix of the 7th CPC revised. The number of vacancies category wise stands at 6 for general, 12 for SC, 27 for ST. For general candidates, the 6 vacancies include 2 backlog, 2 fresh, and 2 anticipated. All SC and ST vacancies are backlog.
The Case Of Revised Result And Incorrect Answers
It may be noted that the preliminary exam was conducted on September 22. In it, 9996 candidates had appeared. The high court had released the answer key shortly thereafter, followed by results on September 26.
However a writ petition was filed in the Delhi High Court with regards to challenging the results on the grounds of incorrect answers being there in the answer key. Three questions namely question number 6, question number 163, and question number 171 were said to have incorrect answers.
As per the result, the cut off marks were fixed at 120.5. The petitioner against the incorrect answers said that he had 119.25 marks, and thus the incorrect answers if changed would render him eligible. The court observed that since incorrect answers carried 0.25 marks, the results would be vastly different with the new answers.
On perusal of the case, revised results were announced on October 2. Two new lists were published. One with the roll numbers of candidates who are now finally called for the mains exam. And the second list was the complete result containing form number, roll number, name of candidate, name of father, category, marks.