JPSC 2023: Application Form, Eligibility, Pattern, Books, Preparation, Answer Key, Result & Cut OffJPSC CDPO 2023 application end date has been deferred again. Earlier the last date to apply for the post of Child Development Project Officer (CDPO) was July 26, 2023. Candidates can fill out the JPSC 2023 application form via the official JPSC site.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What is the full form of JPSC?
JPSC stands for Jharkhand Public Service Commission. The commission is responsible for conducting the JPSC Combined Civil Services Examination (JPSC CCS). It also conducts recruitment exams for various government posts.
Where can I find the JPSC 2023 exam schedule?
JPSC 2023 exam schedule for various examinations can be downloaded from the commission’s official website. The commission is yet to release the schedule for CCS 2023 examination.
When will the JPSC 2023 application forms for Combined Civil Services Examination be released?
JPSC is yet to release the application forms for the Jharkhand Combined Civil Services Examination (JPSC CCS).
What is the minimum educational qualification for appearing for the JPSC 2023 exam?
Candidates must have at least completed their Bachelor’s in any course from a centre/state recognised university.
Can a final year Bachelor’s student also apply for the JPSC recruitment 2023 exam?
Yes, final-year students can also apply for the JPSC examination. However, such candidates must have completed and passed their final year examinations before the last date for submission of JPSC application forms.
How many attempts can a candidate give for the JPSC CCS examination?
There are no restrictions on the number of attempts a candidate can give for the JPSC exam until and unless they fulfil the required eligibility criteria.
What is the age limit for applying for the JPSC recruitment 2023 exam?
The minimum age limit for applying for the JPSC exam is 21 years. Whereas, the upper age limit will vary for different categories. For instance, for general and EWS categories, the upper age limit is 35 years, and for Extremely Backward Classes/Backward Classes, it is 37 years. For detailed information on the JPSC age limit, candidates can refer to the JPSC eligibility criteria on our website.
When will the JPSC 2023 admit card be released?
JPSC admit card 2023 release date has not been declared yet. Candidates are advised to check the official website regularly to stay updated with the latest exam-related notifications.
How can I download JPSC admit card 2023?
Candidates can download their JPSC admit cards by clicking on the admit card link available on the official website. Candidates will be required to enter their application number and date of birth to download their admit cards.
Can I carry a soft copy of my JPSC admit card to the examination centre?
No, candidates cannot carry a soft copy of their admit card inside the examination centre. Only a hard copy or printed copy of the JPSC admit card will be allowed inside the examination centre.
How many stages is the JPSC combined civil services examination divided into?
JPSC combined civil services examination is divided into two successive stages that are as follows:
- Stage 1: JPSC Preliminary Examination (Objective Type) for selection of candidates for the Main Examination
- Stage 2: JPSC Main Examination (Written and Interview) for selection of candidates for various state services and posts
From where can I download the latest JPSC 2023 exam pattern?
Latest JPSC exam pattern for combined civil service examination can be downloaded from the official website.
How can I download JPSC syllabus 2023 for combined civil services examination?
JPSC syllabus for combined civil services examination can be downloaded from the official website. On the JPSC website’s homepage, click on the “syllabus” tab and download the latest syllabus PDF.
Will there be any negative marking in JPSC preliminary examination?
No, there will be no negative marking in the JPSC preliminary examination. No marks will be deducted for incorrect answers or unattempted questions.
How can I prepare for the JPSC combined civil service examination without any private coaching?
Candidates can prepare for the JPSC exam without going to any private coaching. Candidates can study from the books and notes available online. It is also important that aspirants take the required guidance from a trusted source.
How much time is required to prepare for the JPSC combined civil service examinations?
Candidates must start preparing for the JPSC CCS exam at least one year before the date of the examination. Since the exam syllabus is vast, candidates must put in enough time and effort while preparing for the examination.
How can I download the JPSC previous year's question papers?
JPSC previous year's question papers can be downloaded from the official website. Candidates can download the past year's papers completely free of cost from the official website.
How many answer keys will be released by JPSC?
JPSC will be releasing two answer keys: provisional and final answer keys. The provisional answer key will be released a few days after the completion of the examination. The final answer key after the provisional answer key has been revised on the basis of the objections raised against it by the candidates.
How can I challenge the JPSC 2023 answer key?
Candidates can challenge the answer key by sending their objections to the exam authorities in a specific format. The required format has been mentioned in the JPSC answer key article available on our website.
How can I check the JPSC result 2023?
Candidates can go to the official JPSC website and find the link for the JPSC result 2023. After clicking on the result link, JPSC result pdf will be displayed on the screen.
When were the JPSC final results 2022 released?
The final JPSC result 2021 for the combined civil services examination was released on May 31, 2022 on the official website.
What are the factors affecting the JPSC cut off marks?
The factors affecting the JPSC cut off are as follows: no. of candidates appearing for the examination, no. of vacancies, previous year cut off trends, categories of the candidates, the difficulty level of the examination, the performance of the candidates in the examination etc.
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