Delhi High Court Junior Judicial Assistant Exam Admit Cards Out

A candidate will be required to score at least 40 marks in order to pass the written examination.

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The admit cards for the Junior Judicial Assistant (Technical) written examination have been released by the Delhi High Court, and those candidates who will be appearing for the exam can download their admit cards through the direct link here.

All a candidate needs to do is to enter his/her application number, date of birth and email address in the given fields on the webpage.

The written exam will be of 75 marks, and will have questions on general intelligence, general awareness, quantitative aptitude, English and computer science. Also, for every wrong answer, there will be a negative marking of 25 percent. A candidate will be required to score at least 40 marks in order to pass the written examination.

However, candidates in the Reserved Category (including PH and Ex-servicemen) will get a relaxation of 5 marks in the Written Test, effectively reducing the minimum marks required for passing the exam to 35 from 40, according to the job notification.

Also, “there shall be relaxation of marks to the extent of 5 percent for the Reserved Category (including PH and Ex-servicemen) candidates at the stage of interview,” it said, adding that the marks scored will not be rounded off.

Those candidates who clear the written test will qualify for interview, the total weightage of which is 25 marks. A candidate needs to score at least 15 marks in order to pass the interview round.

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