JPSC Exam Date 2022 – Mains Exam Date Postponed/ जेपीएससी मुख्य परीक्षा तिथि स्थगित

By Brajendra|Updated : January 27th, 2022

JPSC Mains Exam Date Postponed 2022! Check in this article, all the details related to the exam date of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission's Combined Civil Services Mains Exam. You will find the Latest update about the the JPSC Mains Exam. Students appearing for the JPSC Mains Exam should not miss this article.

 

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JPSC Mains Examination 2022 Date Postponed! Jharkhand Public Service Commission has officially announced a notice for JPSC Mains exam which is to be held from 28-01-2022 to 30-01-2022 has been postponedJPSC Mains exam dates 2022 will be announced later by the commission.

JPSC Mains Exam Date Postponed, Official Notice PDF

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Important Dates for JPSC Mains Examination 2021

Here are the Important dates for JPSC Mains exam as per the official JPSC Notification. Make sure that you complete the application procedure for the JPSC 2021 mains exam within the time that is set by the commission.

JPSC 2021 EventsDates
JPSC 2021 Mains Exam Date Postponed Notification25-01-2022
JPSC 2021 Notification Release Date08-02-2021

JPSC Mains Exam Online Application Start Date

16-11-2021

JPSC Mains Exam online Application Last Date                        

15-12-2021

JPSC Mains Admit Card Download Date                           

18-01-2022

JPSC Mains Exam Date 2021

To be Announced

JPSC Exam Pattern 2021

JPSC Combined State Civil Services Exam has three stages of examination. You have to qualify for each of the stages of the JPSC Exam to be eligible for an appointment. The three stages of the JPSC Exam 2021 are as follows:

(a) Preliminary Exam

(b) Mains Exam

(c) Interview

JPSC Mains Exam Pattern

This is the Second stage of the JPSC Exam. This stage comprises of Six Descriptive type papers.The details of JPSC Mains Exam is given below:

Sr N0SubjectMarksDuration
Paper IGeneral Hindi and General English1003 Hours
Paper IILanguage and Literature150 3 Hours
Paper IIISocial Sciences, History and Geography2003 Hours
Paper IVIndian Constitution, Polity, Public Administration and Good governance2003 Hours
Paper VIndian Economy, Globalization, and Sustainable development2003 Hours
Paper VIGeneral Sciences, Environment & Technology Development2003 Hours
 Total Marks950 

The marks obtained in Paper I paper will not be counted for the preparation of the merit list, either for the Interview Test or for the final merit list. Paper I is just a qualifying paper. Out of 100 marks, every candidates will have to secure only 30 marks.

Some DON’Ts for the preparation

“Avoid expecting the questions asked in past JPSC exams.“

Some students try to solve these questions to get an edge but this is not required if you have solved papers before.

Don’t lose patience and Time management!

The areas which are difficult but fetch a good number of marks in the exam must be revised first. Try to divide time between what you know and what you do know. Means revise as much as you can the portions which are important and you are good in them, but do not leave areas untouched in which you have low confidence.

Some DO’s for the preparation

At least attempt previous year paper ones

Try to attempt previous year's JPSC papers at least once to boost your confidence.

Give mock tests:

Mock Tests are important for every exam that will give you extra marks by sidelining your mistakes in the exam and there might be chances that questions come from the test you have given.

Take breaks and reduce anxiety

Not wasting your time does not mean that you will study for 24 hours. Remember, Anxiety will only spoil your result. Plan frequent breaks daily. Read current affairs in the break time.

All the best!!!

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FAQs

  • To clear the JPSC exam, you must have a clarity of the syllabus and the exam pattern. Complete coverage of General Studies and current affairs is essential. Along with finishing the syllabus, you must practice with JPSC mock test for better revision and retention.

  • The salary after qualifying JPSC Exam is as per pay commission and grade pay 5400. The monthly salary is around ₹50000.

  • The JPSC syllabus is similar to UPSC syllabus. The complete JPSC Syllabus includes JPSC Prelims syllabus and JPSC Mains syllabus.

  • There are various posts in JPSC Examination such as 

    • Jharkhand Administrative Services (JAS)
    • Deputy superintendent of police (DSP)
    • Jharkhand Finance Services
    • Jharkhand Social Security Services
    • Jharkhand Information Services 
    • Jharkhand Planning Services


  • No, as per the change in the JPSC exam pattern, there is no negative marking in JPSC Prelims Exam. No marks will be deducted for incorrect answers.

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