Jharkhand PSC Combined Civil Services Examination 2015 Postponed
The exam date for the sixth combined civil services examination (PT) 2015, has been postponed by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC). The new date will be announced shortly on the official website www.jpsc.gov.in . This exam is being conducted for recruitment under civil services/finance services/social security services/information services.
Due to some unavoidable circumstances following examination dates being revised:(1) 6th Combined Civil Services Examination (PT), Advt No-01/2015, (2) Jharkhand Judicial Service(Direct),Advt No-10/2015 and (3) Jharkhand Judicial Service(Backlog),Advt No-11/2015. Fresh dates for PT examinations will be announced shortly.
The last date of registering for the same was September 15, 2015.
The recruitment will be done for 51 posts, out of which 10 are for civil services, 31 are for finance services, three are for social security services and seven are under information services. A candidate can try attempting this exam for a maximum of five times (relaxation is provided for the candidate belonging to the reserved categories).
The Jharkhand civil services exam is divided into two stages, i.e Preliminary and Mains.
The preliminary examination consists of two compulsory papers, each of 200 marks, namely:
- Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) Paper-I
- Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) Paper-II
The question papers will be set both in Hindi and English.
(Check out the entire syllabus and paper pattern of the JPSC Civil Services Exam here.)
The main examination shall consist 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.
The language-based papers shall be:
- A composite paper of general Hindi and general English
- A language and literature paper of certain selected languages, of which, every candidate will have to opt for one.
The subject based papers shall be:
- Social science (history and geography)
- Indian constitution polity, public administration and good governance
- Indian economy, globalization and sustainable development
- General science, environment and technology development.