Delhi High Court JJA Answer Key 2021: 7 February Jr. Judicial Assistant, Restorer Paper Analysis

The Delhi High Court conducting the Junior Judicial Assistant & Restorer Preliminary exam on February 7, will display the official Answer key. The candidates who appear for the Junior Judicial Assistant Technical/Restorer exam on February 7 have a look at the question paper analysis being provided here.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Feb 07, 2021 14:39 IST
Delhi High Court JJA Answer Key 2021: 7 February Jr. Judicial Assistant, Restorer Paper Analysis
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The Delhi High Court on Sunday, February 7 conducts the Junior Judicial Assistant and Restorer Preliminary examination. The Stage 1 Preliminary examination is held successfully at the designated centers in OMR based Objective Type format. The candidates who appeared for the JJA/ Restorer examination have a look at the question paper analysis.

The Delhi High Court administered Junior Judicial Assistant/ Restorer (Group 'C') Examination– 2020 for the Stage 1 in Preliminary Examination form is reportedly held successfully in OMR based Objective Type format.

Based on the reports the exam was held following the covid19 and other safety guidelines at all centers. The candidates were allowed only wearing a face mask/cover inside the examination center and proper social-distancing was followed at the exam centers.

According to an official notice, after the examination, Delhi High Court will release the official Answer key on the website.  A provisional answer key will be followed by response sheets, intimation regarding challenges. After receiving challenges High Court will publish at its website the final key ahead of the announcement of the results. 

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The Delhi High Court 7 February conducted JJA/ Restorer Stage 1 Preliminary exam was held consisting objective type questions in a time duration of 120 Minutes. The medium of Examination was in the English language only. There would be 25% negative marking (Le., deduction of 0.25 Mark for each wrong answer). As many as 120 Questions in total consist of the following three (3) parts: English Language & Comprehension, General Awareness, and Reasoning and Numerical Ability, were asked.

DHC JJA, Restorer 7 Feb Analysis, Video credit- All India Students Community

Expected Cut off: The following shall be qualifying marks percentage for the next stage of the examination i.e Mains exam: 

General Category: 60 Marks (50% of 120 Marks)

Reserved Categories including Ex-Serviceman: 54 Marks (45% of 120 Marks).

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