The Jharkhand Public Service Commission takes JPSC exams aimed at appointing Class-I and Class-II officers for different administrative posts of the Jharkhand State Government. The recruitment exam is conducted each year for Class I and II jobs in Jharkhand. The JPSC Previous papers help to understand the JPSC syllabus and the standard of the question papers.
Lakhs of candidates desperately wait for JPSC Exams each year as it is the most awaited examination. Through the examination, the commission selects eligible candidates for several posts within the administrative departments. Posts like Deputy Collector, DSP, among other posts are offered to the candidates who cleared their exam.
|Exam Name||JPSC Combined Civil Service Examination|
|Conducting Body||Jharkhand Public Service Commission|
|Mode of the examination||Online|
|Exam Stages||Three stages including Prelims Exam, Mains Exam, and Personality Test|
|Frequency of exam||Conducted once in a year|
|Language||English & Hindi|
|Official notification of the exam||Will be updated shortly|
|Last date to submit the form||Not yet announced|
|Admit Card Released Date||Will be updated shortly|
|Date of the Exam||Will be updated shortly|
|Result||Will be updated shortly|
These exams each year are taken on three levels. Candidates who are interested to apply for the JPSC Civil Services Exam 2021 must fill the Jharkhand Civil Services Exam application form. The application form is available at the official website, candidates need to adhere to the below-mentioned steps while filling the form:
|All unreserved/ BC-I / BC-II Candidates||INR 600 plus Bank Charges|
|Jharkhand SC / ST||INR 150 plus Bank Charges|
Candidates can download the JPSC Admit Card by visiting the official website. The admit card for the JPSC prelims normally releases 10-15 days before the commencement of the exam. Candidates who registered for the exam by submitting all the documents only can download the card.
Steps to follow to download the admit card:
For all different stages of the exam, candidates will be provided a separate admit card. JPSC Mains admit card will be provided to those candidates only who cleared the prelims exam.
The selection of the candidates for the Jharkhand Combined Civil Services Exam 2021 is divided into three stages including:
Candidates need to successfully qualify each level to move onto another stage. Candidates will get be shortlisted as per the marks obtained by the them in the final stage of the exam, also their interview’s performance will be considered. The final merit list will be finalized by combining marks obtained in the last written exam and interview.
Team of JPSC include:
Post that comes under JPSC
JPSC exam takes place to recruit for the following services:
Ques. When JPSC exams occur?
Ans. Mostly the PSC exams are conducted each year.
Ques. What are the ways to clear the JPSC exam?
Ans. First of all, it is important to have clarity of the syllabus and the latest exam pattern. Studying General Studies and the latest affairs is important and lots of questions related to this will be asked in the exam. Once you have completed studying the entire syllabus, you must start practising more mock tests to boost your revision.
Ques. How can I apply for these exams?
Ans. Post the release of the JPSC application form, candidates planning to give this exam can apply online for the same. They have to pay the application fee via challan in SBI.
Ques. What is the age limit while applying for the JPSC exam?
Ans. The age limit for the JPSC exam varies from service to service. For JAS, candidates must be at least 22 years old while the upper age limit is 35 years.
Ques. Is there any negative marking for wrong attempts in JPSC Exam?
Ans. No, based on the changes in the JPSC exam pattern, no marks will be deducted for writing answers in JPSC Prelims Exam.
Ques. When the JPSC 2020 exam will be conducted?
Ans. JPSC 2020 exam is planned to be conducted on September 13, 2020.
Ques. How many vacancies were announced for the JPSC exam 2020?
Ans. Total vacancies announced for the JPSC exam 2020 are 267 posts.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, please refer the official website of the exam.