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Delhi High Court begins process for fresh recruitment of 100 Judges in DJS Cadre

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High Court of Delhi: Delhi Judicial Service Examination 2015

The High Court of Delhi invites online applications from eligible candidates for filling up 100 vacancies in Delhi Judicial Service by holding Delhi Judicial Service Examination in two successive stages:
[Jobs Images] Qualification: Aspirants must have completed Degree in Law from the recognised University/ Institution.

Age Limit: 32 years

Pay Scale: Rs.27,700- 44,770/-

Application Fee: General/ OBC aspirants are required to pay Rs.600/- for the application fee and Rs.100/- for the SC/ ST applicants. Fee should be paid through Demand Draft/ pay order.

How to Apply: Candidates can apply online only.

Important Dates:

Opening date of online registration Oct 07, 2015
Closing date of online registration Oct 31, 2015
Date of Examination Dec 20, 2015

For more details, please visit: http://delhihighcourt.nic.in/writereaddata/Upload/PublicNotices/PublicNotice_PZJVIQRA.PDF

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