DJSE Result 2015 – 2016 – The Result of DJSE has been declared for Delhi Judicial Services Exam (DJSE) held on 20 December 2015 and 03 Apr 2016. Find all the relevant details regarding the DJSE Result 2015 / Result 2016 along with the details of merit list here.
The result is declared only in the online mode by the exam organizing body i.e. High Court of Delhi. This result is declared in the response of the exam which was conducted in the month of December 2016 and April 2016 in order to fill vacant posts in Delhi Judiciary Services. Candidates who appeared for the exam can easily check the DJSE Result here. This is to be remembered that there are two examinations i.e. prelims and mains and for both the result will be declared separately. Only those candidates who have qualified the prelims exam and have their names in the merit list can join the main examination. Read the complete details regarding the Result of DJSE here on this page.
DJSE Main Exam Result 2015 [exam held on 12 & 13 Nov 2016]
On the basis of performance in Delhi Higher Judicial Service Main Examination – 2015 held on 12 & 13 Nov 2016, the following candidates have been short-listed for viva-voce of Delhi Higher Judicial Service Examination – 2015
- Click Here to view the list of Shortlisted candidates.
- Click Here to view the Complete result of Main Examination (Descriptive).
DJSE Preliminary Exam Result 2015 [exam held on 03 Apr 2016]
On the basis of performance in Delhi Higher Judicial Service Preliminary Examination – 2015 held on 03.04.2016, the following candidates have been shortlisted for being provisionally admitted to Delhi Higher Judicial Service Main Examination (Descriptive) subject to verification of their respective eligibility.
- Click Here to view the list of selected candidates.
- Click Here to view the Complete list of qualified candidates.
DJSE Preliminary Exam Result 2015 [exam held on 20 Dec 2015]
In partial modification of notice dated 16.02.2016 and corrigendum displayed on 23.02.2016, the following 04 questions are deleted and 01 mark each is awarded to all such candidates who appeared in the Delhi Judicial Service Preliminary Examination held on 20.12.2015 in view of the judgment dated 09.05.2016 of Hon’ble High Court of Delhi passed in W.P.(C) Nos. 3453/2016 and 2104/2016:
Shortlisted Candidates for Main Examination (Written)
Complete Result of Preliminary Examination
DJSE Result – Procedure to Check Result
DJSE Result has been declared in online mode therefore in order to make it simple, some easy and student friendly steps are mentioned here. The students are advised to follow the steps at the time of result checking.
- Visit the link stated in the post or the candidate can also follow the official site.
- Go in the result section and click on the same.
- DJSE Result will be shown in the PDF format. Therefore, it is easy to download for keeping it safe and secure.
Note: It is mandatory that the candidates check the DJSE Results from the official sources only.
DJSE Result – Process of arriving at the result
The Result of DJSE is decided by the response sheets of the students and then declared by the official exam authority. The result declaration involves these below – mentioned steps. Let’s have a look:
- Prelims examination in December,
- Release of prelims answer key,
- Announcement of cutoff,
- Declaration of DJSE prelims Result,
- Main examination,
- Release of mains answer key and cutoff marks,
- Declaration of DJSE mains Result.
Note: As there is reservation quota in this, therefore the cutoff marks will be announced as accordingly but the common result will be declared for all.
Important points regarding Delhi Judicial Services Exam (DJSE) Result
There is no facility of re – evaluation of marks given by the official authority.
DJSE Result – Merit List
The merit list includes the name of the qualified students in the decreasing order of their marks. As the DJSE result will be declared for prelims and then for mains, therefore, the merit list will be released as accordingly. Separate merit lists will be released for prelims and mains. The candidates who have their name in the merit list of prelims will then join the main examination. the aspirants who have their name in the merit list of the main examination will be then called for the interview procedure.