Delhi High Court Higher Judicial Service HJS 2019 Final Result

Name Of Organization: Delhi High Court Recruitment 2019

Post Name: Higher Judicial Service HJS Final Result 2020

Update: 19.12.2020

Date Of Posting: 26.12..2019

Short Details For HJS Final Result: Delhi High Court has released the Final Result of the recentaly Higher Judicial Service HJS. All those candidates who participated in the Delhi High Court Higher Judicial Service HJS Examination. All those candidates go to the link given below and click to see their Final Result. Apart from this, the candidates can also check the result of the examination of Higher Judicial Service HJS by visiting the official website of Delhi High Court. Sarkari Naukri Fast wishes a bright future for all successful candidates.

Delhi High Court

Higher Judicial Service HJS Final Result 2020


Name of Posts

Higher Judicial Service HJS Exam 2019

Application Fee Details

Important Dates

  • General/OBC/EWS : Rs. 1000/-
  • SC/ST/PH : Rs. 200/-
  • Payment Application Fee through Debit Card, Credit Card, Net Banking, E-Challan Fee Mode.
  • Starting Date For Online Form: 28.12.2019
  • Last Date for Online Form: 21.01.2020
  • Last Date For Pay Exam Fee: 21.01.2020
  • Date For Pre Exam: 02.02.2020


Post Details: Total Post-19

Age Limit & Eligibility

Name Of Post





Age Limit



HJS Exam 2019







45 Years



Candidates Must Bachelor Degree in Law From Recognized University With 07 Years Advocate Practice

Candidate Informe Before Apply Online Application Read Carefully Notification Then Apply

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What is the result?

The result is a process that is obtained by going through several stages for many competitive candidates. The success of any person is evaluated by its result. When a candidate takes more than the number of posts in a competitive examination, they are selected after passing through several stages of the examination. Result release of result list of those eligible candidates is called result.


Should the candidates fail in the exam be disappointed?

Not at all? After failing in the exam result, the candidate should evaluate himself / herself with disappointment and the gaps that were left in the result should be rectified and prepared for the next examination with more vigor.


What does one learn by coming to negative results?

There is a lot of learning to be done from the results of the assessment form of taking part in any test. If the test result comes negative, then one learns from it that the hard work has not yet been done by the candidate. It can also be said that the self-evaluation is done by getting the test result negative and it correctly shows at what level the candidate was missing. That deficiency can be rectified and succeeded in the future.

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