Jharkhand Public Service Commission conducts the JPSC exams to select candidates for the posts available under Class I and Class II of Jharkhand State administration. The exam is conducted to recruit candidates for nearly eight departments, namely Jharkhand Administrative Service, Jharkhand Education Service, Jharkhand Social Security Service, Jharkhand Planning Service, Jharkhand Finance Service, Jharkhand Co-operative Service, Jharkhand Social Security Service, Jharkhand Police Service, and Jharkhand Information Service.
For candidates selected under Jharkhand Administrative Service, they will get somewhere around Rs.9300 to Rs.34,800 while the grade pay is Rs.5400.
For Jharkhand Finance service, Jharkhand Education Service, Jharkhand Cooperative Service, and Jharkhand Police Service, the salary range and grade pay remains the same.
However, for Jharkhand Planning Service, Jharkhand Information Service, and Jharkhand Social Security Service, the salary ranges from Rs.9300 to Rs.34800, but the grade pay is Rs.4800 only.
The first and foremost eligibility criteria is that the candidate should be an Indian citizen.
JPSC exam pattern includes three stages such as Prelims, Mains, and the personality test. The preliminary exam has two objective type papers for 200 Marks each. The Mains exam has six descriptive papers, and they are mandatory. When it comes to the personality test, you can score a maximum of 100 marks. Like the phases of exams, the syllabus is also very similar.
The Prelims exam comprises of two papers, each carries two hundred marks. The General Studies Paper I and II are part of the UPSC Prelims exam. The syllabus like History and Geography of India, Indian Polity and Governance, Science and Technology, National affairs, International current affairs, Economic and sustainable development, and other questions that are important.
For Paper I, there will be one hundred questions for two hundred marks, and here is how the marks are fragmented on the basis of subjects and topics.
While preparing, you can focus more on a few topics like the Economic, Social, and political aspects of Jharkhand. This remains the same for other subjects also as you have to learn more specifically about the state. For Science and Technology, aspirants should have a deep understanding of the topics, so it is better to score more marks in the exam.
If a candidate cracks the Preliminary exam, then (s)he can start with the Mains exam preparations. The Mains exam has six papers, and the total marks the candidates can gain is 1050. For each exam, the time duration is three hours, and candidates can utilize the time to score more marks. Let us discuss regarding the Mains syllabus.
If you are all set to prepare for the JPSC exams, the first thing you have to do is apply for the exams. Here we have provided the step by step instructions that will let you know about the JPSC application online.
To download the admit card, you have to visit the JPSC website and tap on the link that mentioned “Click here to download Admit Card,” after which you have to provide the login credentials. It is your registration number and Date of birth along with the captcha code. You are all set to download the JPSC Admit card.
The last update the the board that notified is about the JPSC Final result on April 21st, 2020. To know more about the important details of JPSC exams, you can check the official website where all the information regarding the pubic service examination is provided.
Ans.Candidates have to prepare well by utilizing the best study materials provided for the subjects. You have to be very consistent while preparing for the exams and make use of current affairs as they play a crucial role in your preparations.
Ans. Candidates who are above twenty one years can appear for the JPSC exams and the candidates above are 35 years are not eligible. However, there is age relaxation based on the category. You can check them above to know how much is the maximum age limit for attending JPSC exams.
Ans. There are many similarities between UPSC and JPSC. Both the exams have a similar pattern as the candidates appearing for the exams should write Prelims, Mains and final interview. The syllabus is more or less the same and many topics overlap with one another. So it will be easier for the candidates to prepare for both the exams simultaneously.
Ans. Any individual who is the citizen of India between the age 21 to 35 can appear for the JPSC exams. The educational criteria should also be filled.
Ans. There are so many Government posts available under different services for which the candidates recruited through JPSC exam. Some of the important services include Jharkhand Administrative Services, Jharkhand Finance Services, Jharkhand Information Services, Jharkhand Police Services, and more.
You will have to take up the preparations seriously to score more marks. Here are the common questions asked by the aspirants. We have tried to compile all the questions. If you are having any queries, please let us know in the comments.
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