Jharkhand Public Service Commission Syllabus
Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has recently notified for the recruitment to fill up 236 Posts in Administrative Service, Finance (Accounts) Service, Prison Service, Labour Service, Probation Services, and Excise Service.
Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has recently notified for the recruitment to fill up 236 Posts in Administrative Service, Finance (Accounts) Service, Prison Service, Labour Service, Probation Services, and Excise Service. This is the fifth time the State is going to conduct the State PCS Exam.
Last Date of Applying Online: 02 August 2013 by 5:00 PM
Last Date for Receipt of Hard Copies of Completed Application Form: 12 August 2013 by 5:00 PM
Name of the Exam: 5th Combined Civil Services (PT) Competitive Exam 2013
Total No. of Posts: 236
Scheme of Examination:
1. Preliminary Examination:
The preliminary examination will have two papers of 100 marks each.
Know the Syllabus
The Syllabus given in the notification is very general. This implies that the paper will cover whole lot of topics as in the case of IAS Pre Exam. So the candidate has to be very clear about the broad outline of the syllabus and the width of the syllabus. Syllabus is the Key to examination.
Tips and Strategies:
- Candidate should prepare the History of India with special emphasis on the contribution of the leaders belonging to Jharkhand.
- Be very clear on the important historical events that took place in Jharkhand Region.
- The paper will give special emphasis on the geography of the Jharkhand region including the rivers, Lakes, Minerals, Hills and the likes.
- The syllabus also gives a broad outline for Polity and Economy. The candidate should be well verse with the current political happenings in the state. The candidate should also know in detail about the economic resources of the state and the main performing area of state Economy.
- The Syllabus specially outline about the History ,Geography ,Economy and culture of Jharkhand it means the first paper will have questions related to the Local Culture and Local Economy and Geography.
- The Second Paper includes the General Science which will cover the science concepts related to day to day life.
- The current happenings are covered in the Second Paper hence the content for the second paper will be evenly balanced between the General Mental Ability and the current affairs.
- The standard for the General Mental Ability is not given in the syllabus but we can anticipate the questions of the level of tenth standard.
- There will be only 100 question s in both papers. The duration will be of two hours. It means the second paper needs special attention for the mental ability questions. The candidate should always keep the time limit in mind.
Jagranjosh hope and wishes you success in the Exam