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Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List 2022

Author : Palak Khanna

March 3, 2022

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The High Court of Delhi has released the official notification for the Delhi Judicial Services Exam 2022 to fill in 123 Civil Judge posts in the Delhi Civil Service (Judicial Branch).

It is a very good opportunity for young aspirants like you who are waiting for the Civil Judge recruitment at Delhi state.

To apply for these vacancies, your minimum age should be 21 years and maximum age should be 32 years as of 01 January 2022.

This post shall walk you through category-wise Del Judiciary Vacancy 2022, previous year vacancy trends, and more.

Delhi Judiciary Vacancy Trend

As said above, the Delhi High Court has announced 123 vacancies for Civil Judge post. Out of 123, 10 vacancies are reserved for those belonging to the general category.

  • The lowest number of vacancies released was in the year 2019, but it was compensated with a considerable number of vacancies last year.
  • In 2018, a total of 147 vacancies were notified which was considered the highest number of vacancies over the years.

Let us have a look at the graph below to know the vacancy trend in the Delhi Judiciary Exam

Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List Cut off

Delhi Civil Judge Vacancy 2022

Before proceeding with the Delhi Judiciary Application Form, it is essential to know the number of vacancies released for each category.

Check out the table below to know the category-wise Delhi Judiciary Vacancy 2022.

Category No. of Vacancies Total
Existing Anticipated
General 24 62 86
SC 3 5 8
ST 28 1 29
Total 55 68 123

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Out of the aforesaid 123 vacancies, the reservation for PwD category shall be as given in the table below:

Category Vacancies
PwD (Blind and Low Vision) 4
PwD (one arm, one leg, both legs, leprosy cured, dwarfism, and acid attack victims) 3
PwD (Specific Learning Disability) and PwD (Multiple Disabilities involving blindness and low vision, one arm, one leg, both legs, leprosy cured, dwarfism and acid attack and specific learning) 3
Total 10

Read more: Short tricks to crack the Delhi Judiciary Exam on the first attempt

Delhi Judicial Vacancy List 2020

Check out the below table to know the Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List for 2020. 

Category No. of Vacancies Remarks
General 33 2 Backlog; 2 Fresh; 29 Anticipated
SC 15 12 Backlog; 03 Anticipated
ST 27 All Backlog
Total 75 -

Read more: Important Questions for Delhi Judiciary Exam

Delhi Judiciary Services Vacancy Vacancy List 2019

Here is the vacancy list for Delhi Judiciary Examination conducted in 2019. 

Category Breakup of Vacancies Total No. of Vacancies
Fresh Anticipated
General 12 03 15
SC 03 00 03
ST 01 00 01
Total 16 03 19

Read more: Important topics for Delhi Judiciary Exam

Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List 2018

Go through the category-wise vacancies for Delhi Judiciary 2018. 

Category Total No. of Vacancies
General 112
SC 26
ST 09
Total 147

Delhi Judicial Services 2017 Vacancy List

The Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List details for 2017 are tabulated below. 

Category Total No. of Vacancies Remarks
General 18 -
SC 11 7 backlog vacancies
ST 21 19 backlog vacancies
Total 50 -

Frequently Asked Questions

The number of attempts that you can make to pass the Judiciary Service Examination depends on the upper and the lower age limit of a particular state. In the case of the Delhi Judiciary Service Examination, the lower and upper age limit is 21 and 32 years respectively. If you do the required calculations, you will find that you have 12 attempts. However, most state Judiciary Service Examinations are not conducted every year. As such, the maximum attempts that you can make are 6.
If you are absolutely determined to appear for the Delhi Judiciary Service Examination, then the best time to start the preparation is in the 4th year of the law course. It is because, during this time, more focus is given on the Criminal Procedure Code, Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Personal Laws, etc. Studying these major acts for both the session examination and the Delhi Judiciary Services will aid you to reduce the massive load of the syllabus and keep the topics fresh in your head. 

If you are aged between 22-35 years, then you can apply for Delhi Judiciary vacancies. 

In the year 2019, there were least number of vacancies released i.e., 19.
This year, a total of 123 vacancies are announced by the Delhi High Court for civil judge posts.
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Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List 2022

Author : Palak Khanna

Updated On : March 3, 2022

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The High Court of Delhi has released the official notification for the Delhi Judicial Services Exam 2022 to fill in 123 Civil Judge posts in the Delhi Civil Service (Judicial Branch).

It is a very good opportunity for young aspirants like you who are waiting for the Civil Judge recruitment at Delhi state.

To apply for these vacancies, your minimum age should be 21 years and maximum age should be 32 years as of 01 January 2022.

This post shall walk you through category-wise Del Judiciary Vacancy 2022, previous year vacancy trends, and more.

Delhi Judiciary Vacancy Trend

As said above, the Delhi High Court has announced 123 vacancies for Civil Judge post. Out of 123, 10 vacancies are reserved for those belonging to the general category.

  • The lowest number of vacancies released was in the year 2019, but it was compensated with a considerable number of vacancies last year.
  • In 2018, a total of 147 vacancies were notified which was considered the highest number of vacancies over the years.

Let us have a look at the graph below to know the vacancy trend in the Delhi Judiciary Exam

Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List Cut off

Delhi Civil Judge Vacancy 2022

Before proceeding with the Delhi Judiciary Application Form, it is essential to know the number of vacancies released for each category.

Check out the table below to know the category-wise Delhi Judiciary Vacancy 2022.

Category No. of Vacancies Total
Existing Anticipated
General 24 62 86
SC 3 5 8
ST 28 1 29
Total 55 68 123

Download FREE Delhi Judiciary Study Material by Judiciary Gold

Out of the aforesaid 123 vacancies, the reservation for PwD category shall be as given in the table below:

Category Vacancies
PwD (Blind and Low Vision) 4
PwD (one arm, one leg, both legs, leprosy cured, dwarfism, and acid attack victims) 3
PwD (Specific Learning Disability) and PwD (Multiple Disabilities involving blindness and low vision, one arm, one leg, both legs, leprosy cured, dwarfism and acid attack and specific learning) 3
Total 10

Read more: Short tricks to crack the Delhi Judiciary Exam on the first attempt

Delhi Judicial Vacancy List 2020

Check out the below table to know the Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List for 2020. 

Category No. of Vacancies Remarks
General 33 2 Backlog; 2 Fresh; 29 Anticipated
SC 15 12 Backlog; 03 Anticipated
ST 27 All Backlog
Total 75 -

Read more: Important Questions for Delhi Judiciary Exam

Delhi Judiciary Services Vacancy Vacancy List 2019

Here is the vacancy list for Delhi Judiciary Examination conducted in 2019. 

Category Breakup of Vacancies Total No. of Vacancies
Fresh Anticipated
General 12 03 15
SC 03 00 03
ST 01 00 01
Total 16 03 19

Read more: Important topics for Delhi Judiciary Exam

Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List 2018

Go through the category-wise vacancies for Delhi Judiciary 2018. 

Category Total No. of Vacancies
General 112
SC 26
ST 09
Total 147

Delhi Judicial Services 2017 Vacancy List

The Delhi Judiciary Vacancy List details for 2017 are tabulated below. 

Category Total No. of Vacancies Remarks
General 18 -
SC 11 7 backlog vacancies
ST 21 19 backlog vacancies
Total 50 -

Frequently Asked Questions

The number of attempts that you can make to pass the Judiciary Service Examination depends on the upper and the lower age limit of a particular state. In the case of the Delhi Judiciary Service Examination, the lower and upper age limit is 21 and 32 years respectively. If you do the required calculations, you will find that you have 12 attempts. However, most state Judiciary Service Examinations are not conducted every year. As such, the maximum attempts that you can make are 6.
If you are absolutely determined to appear for the Delhi Judiciary Service Examination, then the best time to start the preparation is in the 4th year of the law course. It is because, during this time, more focus is given on the Criminal Procedure Code, Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Personal Laws, etc. Studying these major acts for both the session examination and the Delhi Judiciary Services will aid you to reduce the massive load of the syllabus and keep the topics fresh in your head. 

If you are aged between 22-35 years, then you can apply for Delhi Judiciary vacancies. 

In the year 2019, there were least number of vacancies released i.e., 19.
This year, a total of 123 vacancies are announced by the Delhi High Court for civil judge posts.

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