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JPSC Exam 2023: Notification, Application, and Selection Process Revealed


JPSC Exam released the notification for the Jharkhand Combined Defence Services Exam 2023. The online applications for participating in the exam will be accepted from February 1 to February 29.

The examination fee can be paid until March 1. Through this examination, a total of 342 positions will be filled across various services. Among them, the highest number, i.e., 207 positions, are designated for the State Administrative Service, specifically for the Deputy Collector position. According to the Commission, the preliminary examination for this recruitment is likely to take place on March 17.

To be eligible for this examination, candidates must have a graduate degree. The minimum age limit is 21 years, and the maximum age limit is 35 years. Reserved category candidates will receive the applicable age relaxation. The age calculation will be based on August 1, 2017, for the maximum age limit and August 1, 2024, for the minimum age limit. There is no upper age limit for participating in this examination.

Selection Process: How Candidates will be Chosen

The final selection of candidates will be based on their performance in the main examination and interview. To be included in the merit list, candidates must score a minimum of 40% in the main examination.

For SC, ST, and female candidates, the mandatory percentage is 32%. For Extremely Backward Class, it’s 34%, for Backward Class, it’s 36.5%, for Scheduled Tribes, it’s 30%, and for Economically Weaker Sections, it’s 40%. A selection list will be prepared based on the scores obtained in the preliminary examination, determining eligibility for the main examination.

15 Times the Total Positions: Selection Criteria for Main Exam

Fifteen times the number of positions available will be selected for the main examination based on the results of the preliminary examination. The cut-off score will be decided accordingly. If the representation of any reserved category (horizontal or vertical) is less than 15 times the advertised vacancies for that category, the cut-off will be reduced until it reaches 15 times the vacancies. All candidates who score equal to or more than the respective category’s cut-off score will be included in the selection list for the main examination.

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