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Examination Dates for Jharkhand PSC Combined Civil Services Examination 2015 Postponed

May 24, 2016 19:10 IST
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Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) postponed the examination dates for 6th Combined Civil Services Examination (PT) 2015, citing unavoidable circumstances. JPSC notified that the Fresh dates for the examination would be notified shortly, through the official website of the Jharkhand PSC.

Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) invited applications for 6th Combined Civil Services Examination (PT) 2015 for the recruitment under Civil services/Finance Services/Social Security Services/Information services from the eligible candidates; vide advertisement number 1/2015. The last date for registration was 15 September 2015.

Under the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC), 6th Combined Civil Services Examination (PT) 2015 there are51 Posts, Out of which 10 Posts are for Civil services, 31 posts are for Finance Services, 03 Posts are for Social Security Services and 07 Posts are under Information services.

The candidate should have completed Graduation from a recognised institution, to be eligible for Jharkhand PSC Combined Civil Services Examination 2015. Maximum 05 attempts are permitted to a candidate to qualify the examination (relaxation is allowed for the candidate belonging to the reserved categories).

Jharkhand Civil Services Examination is segregated into two Parts, namely Preliminary and Mains

Preliminary Examination Consists of Two papers, each of 200 Marks:

  • Civil services Aptitude Test (CSAT) Paper –I
  • Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) Paper –II

The examination paper is of multiple-choice pattern and consists of comprehension skill and knowledge of language and grammar; candidates have option to attempt the examination in language of their choice (English or Hindi).

Jharkhand Civil Services Mains Examination consists of six compulsory papers, common to all candidates. Two  of  these  papers, each  of  100  marks, shall  be  language  based  and the remaining  four papers, each  of  200  marks, shall  be  subject-based.

Jharkhnad Public Service Commission Examination Pattern

Revised Scheme of Examination for

Civil Services (SUBJECTS)

Duration

(Hours)

Maximum

Marks

Remarks

(A)   PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION (Screening Test)

CSAT-Paper I

2 Hours

200

Objective Type

CSAT-Paper II

2 Hours

200

Objective Type

(B) MAIN EXAMINATION (No optional subjects. All are common compulsory Papers)

Paper-I:General   Hindi   & General

English, having two separate sections on

(i)   General   Hindi,   and   (ii)   General

English, each of 50 marks

3 Hours

100

DESCRIPTIVE TYPE

This paper is

qualifying in which

minimum 30 marks is

mandatory

Paper-II: Language   and   Literature:

Under  this

paper,  every  candidate  will

have   to   opt   for   one   Language   and

Literature  out  of  fifteen  listed  by  the

Commission.

3 Hours

100

DESCRIPTIVE TYPE

Paper-III:  Social  Sciences,  having  two

distinct    sections    on    (i)    History    (ii)

Geography, each of equal weightage.

03 Hours

200

DESCRIPTIVE TYPE

Paper-V

: Indian

Economy,

Globalization

and

Sustainable

Development

03 Hours

200

DESCRIPTIVE TYPE

Paper-Vi

:General

Sciences,

Environment

&

Technology

Development

03 Hours

200

DESCRIPTIVE TYPE

Total Marks (Main Examination)

 

1000

 

Personality Test

 

100

 

Grand Total

 

1100

 

 

JPSC 6th Combined Civil Services Prelims Exam 2015: Notification

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