Delhi Judicial Service Vacancy 2022

New Delhi : The appointment of the Delhi Judicial Service has arrived the process of this appointment will be as follows first preliminary examination will be conducted, after that Main examination and personal interview are organized. The preliminary exam is objective and the main exam is written. If you want to protect yourself in the final selection. You have to bring yourself to the mark list above the cut-off marks.

Important Information : 

Events  Dates

Starting Date for Apply Online  :  28/02/2022

Closing Date for Apply Online    : 20/03/2022

Last Date Payment of Fee Exam : 20/03/2022

Prelims Exam Date           : 27/03/2022

Application Fees : 

Category  Fee

For General candidates ₹1000/-

For SC/ST/PH     ₹200/-

Payment Mode Online Mode

Prepare according to the syllabus given by the board for Delhi Judicial Service.

Delhi Judiciary Preliminary Syllabus 2022

The preliminary exam is of 200 marks which are conducted for screening purposes. The preliminary exam will be conducted online i.e. computer-based test. You must be careful in answering to avoid negative marking 0.25 marks are deducted for each wrong answer.

General candidates have to score a minimum of 60% marks and reserved category candidates like ST/SC, physically handicapped, and other category candidates have to score a minimum of 55% marks.

The candidates who get above 60% marks in the preliminary exam get a chance to appear in the main exam. The candidates who pass the main examination are called for the interview. The final selection of the candidates is done based on the marks obtained in the main examination and interview.

Let’s know about the topics asked in the preliminary exam.

  • Indian Penal Code
  • criminal procedure code
  • Evidence Act
  • civil procedure code
  • partnership act
  • specific relief act
  • arbitration law
  • The constitution of India
  • limitation act
  • contract act
  • skill
  • English
  • Common Sense

Delhi Judiciary Mains Syllabus

General Knowledge and Language (250 Marks)

(General Knowledge): It includes questions about current affairs being international and national. (100 marks)

(Language): The test is conducted on Vocab, Essay, Precise Writing, and Translation. There will be a deduction of marks for wrong grammar, misuse of words, etc. Candidates are given two passages for translation.
1. English to Hindi (Devanagari script)
2. Hindi to English
(150 marks)

Civil Law-1 (200 Marks)

  • Muslim Law
  • Hindu law
  • specific relief act
  • Indian Partnership Act
  • Indian sale of goods act
  • Law of Torts
  • Indian Contract Act
  • Delhi Rent Control Act


Civil Law-II (200 Marks)

  • Rule of evidence
  • civil procedure code
  • limitation rule
  • law of registration


Criminal Law (200 Marks)

  • Indian Evidence Act
  • criminal procedure code
  • Indian Penal Code

The interview will be conducted for 250 marks.

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