Haryana Judiciary Result 2021 for Prelims Out, Check Haryana Civil Judge Prelims Result PDF

ByArpit Kumar Jain  |  Updated on: Dec 4, 2021Haryana Judiciary has released Haryana Judiciary Admit Card 2021. Check Important Dates, Admit Card Link, Exam Pattern, Syllabus, and other information.
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Haryana Judiciary Exam Result 2021, Prelims Result PDF

Haryana Judiciary Prelims Result 2021 Out! The Haryana Judiciary result for the prelims exam has been released by the Punjab & Haryana High Court on the official website highcourtchd.gov.in. Along with the result, the commission has also released the marks and final answer key. Check the marks secured by you in the exam. Candidates who had appeared for the Haryana Judiciary Prelims exam can check the result from the PDF given here.

Download Haryana Judiciary Prelims Result 2021 PDF

The Haryana Judiciary exam has different levels, and each of those needs specialized efforts. This is important as there are a large number of candidates appearing for the exam, resulting in tough competition. Candidates who had cleared the prelims will appear for the mains exam to complete the selection process and get a Judge post.

It is recommended to check the previous exam question papers, cut-offs, and exam results to get an idea about the exam. This will help in better Haryana Judiciary preparation.

Haryana Judiciary Result 2021 Dates

The important dates for the Haryana Civil Judge are given in the table below. Check the dates below

Event 

Dates

Haryana Civil Judge Prelims Exam Date 2021

13 November 2021

Haryana Judicial Service Prelims Result

December 04, 2021

Judiciary Exam Mains Dates

To be notified

Final Result

To be notified

 

Overview of Haryana Judiciary Result 2021

Before the announcement of results, an answer key along with the cut-off marks is also released, which is a kind of pre-results. Thus, candidates who are eagerly waiting for the outcome of written exams can get an idea about it with this Haryana Judiciary Pre Result. Then the eligible candidates are called for viva-voice.

Cut off marks for Haryana Judiciary Pre Result

The cut-off marks for 2021 for this exam is yet to be released, but here is the cut off for the prelim exam conducted in 2019:

  • General- 130.31
  • BCB- 129.34
  • BCA- 115.16
  • SC- 105.15
  • Ex-Serviceman: General- 104.82
  • Ex-Serviceman: SC- 72.04
  • Ex-Serviceman: BCA- 87.62

Process of checking Haryana Judiciary Result 2021

The high court of the Haryana recruitment department is responsible for releasing the Haryana Judiciary Result after the exam is conducted. It is released on the official website, which can be checked by following the steps mentioned below:

  1. Go to the official website and find the link for Haryana PCS J Civil Judge. 
  2. On clicking the above link, you will find a new page showing Haryana Judiciary Civil Merit List 2021. This can be downloaded as a PDF.
  3. Search for your roll number in this PDF's search bar by pressing ctrl+f. You will find a highlighted roll number if you are selected.

Haryana Judiciary Minimum Qualifying Marks

This exam includes the Mains, which is subjective or narrative type. The question paper is in English except for the language paper, and candidates are not allowed to carry anything into the exam hall. A qualifying mark of at least 50% is needed when the Haryana Judiciary mains result is out. It is 45% for the physically disabled candidates, veterans/ex-servicemen, or those belonging to SC, ST, backward classes category.

Haryana Judiciary Mains Result

The final Haryana Judiciary Result depends on the candidate's performance in the viva-voce. It is conducted in English and intended to gauge the personality, intelligence, sharpness, and outlook of the candidate. Lack of showing up in the viva-voce leads to rejection. 

Candidates selected after the Haryana Judiciary mains result are those who secured 50% aggregate marks in the written exam and the viva-voice. It is 45% for the SC, ST, backward classes, disabled candidates, and veterans/ex-servicemen.

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Which is the website for accessing Haryana Judiciary Result?

  • You can get these results published on the official website, i.e., hpsc.gov.in.

Do they cut off remains the same for the judiciary exam conducted every year?

  • No, the cut-off varies every year based on different parameters. This includes the number of applicants for the exam, available vacancies for the post, and the difficulty level of the questions.

What details are needed to access the Judiciary exam results for the civil judge post?

  • On visiting the official website, candidates need to have the roll number, date of birth, or password for accessing the exam results.

How soon are the results published after conducting the primary round of the Haryana Judiciary exam?

  • The HPSC/ Haryana Public Service Commission officials usually upload the merit list within 2-3 days after the prelims. For 2021, the dates are not yet out.

What is the next step after the prelims exam?

  • It is recommended to start preparing for the mains exam after the prelims, even before the release of the prelims result. This is important because the mains exam has a subjective pattern and needs more effort to succeed.