All posts from DHC JJA Admit Card 2021 : Delhi High Court

Organisation : Delhi High Court (DHC)
Exam Name : Junior Judicial Assistant JJA/ Restorer Recruitment 2020
Announcement : Download Admit Card 2021
Exam Date : February 2021
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DHC JJA Admit Card

Download Admit Card For Stage-I Preliminary Examination (OMR Based Objective Type) of Junior Judicial Assistant/Restorer (Open) Examination – 2020.

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How To Download Admit Card?

Just follow the simple steps mentioned below to download the admit card.

Step-1 : Go to the link
Step-2 : Enter Online Application Number
Step-3 : Enter the Date of Birth
Step-4 : Enter the Email ID and
Step-5 : Submit the button.

Exam Pattern

Stage -I (Qualifying Stage):
Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type) Total Marks -120 Marks Total Tim-120 Minutes

The Preliminary Examination, having 120 Questions in total, would consist of the following three (3) parts:
(I) English Language & Comprehension (45 Questions = 45 Marks); {Questions will be designed to test candidate’s understanding of the Englis-h language -Vocabulary; Synonyms; Antonyms; Comprehension Passage; Idioms & Phrases; One Word Substitution; Gender; Degrees; Preposition; Articles; Fill in the Blanks; Shuffling of Sentence Parts; Spot the Error; Active I Passive Voice; Conversion into Direct I Indirect Narration; etc.}

(II) General Awareness I Knowledge and Current Affairs I Events (45 Questions = 45 Marks); and {30 Questions will be related to Salient Features of the Constitution of India; Indian Judiciary; Sports & Games; Art & Culture; Indian History, Polity & Geography; Everyday Science; National I International Organizations I Institutions I A wards; Famous Personalities; Important Days; Inventions & Discoveries; etc.; while 15 Questions will be related to Current Affairs I Events.}

(III) General Intelligence, Reasoning Ability & Numericall Arithmetic Ability (30 Questions = 30 Marks}. {30 Questions of both verbal and non-verbal types will be on Analogies; Similarities & Differences; Classification; Problem Solving I Decision Making; Relationship Concepts; BODMAS; Percentage (including Profit & Loss, Discount, etc.); Simple & Compound lnterest; Time, Speed & Distancel Time & Work; Ratio & Proportion, etc.}

There would be 25% negative marking (Le., deduction of 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer).

The following shall be qualifying criteria for the next stage of the Examination:
General Category : 60 Marks (50% of 120 Marks)
Reserved Category.: 54 Marks (45% of120 Marks)

Same criteria of 54 Marks (45%) would be applicable for Ex-servicemen candidates as well as PwD candidates of categories for which post has been reserved, as mentioned in this Notice above

Out of successful I qualified candidates of Stage -I, i.e., Preliminary Examination (OMR based Objective Type) to the extent of fifteen (15) times the number of vacancies advertised in each category (i.e., GEN/EWS/OBCNCLlSC/STlEx-servicemenlPwD) will be called for the next stage of the Examination, i.e., Stage -II I Main (Descriptive) Examination.

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