JPSC Civil Services 2021 [Exam Date, Pattern, Application Form] : JPSC CCS Notification 2021 has been released on the official website @http://www.jpsc.gov.in/ on 8th Feb 2021. Jharkhand Civil Services exam is a national-level competitive examination for the recruitment of Civil Sevices vacancies in the state of Jharkhand.
JPSC CCS Exam 2021 was scheduled to be held on 2nd May 2021 has been postponed till further notice due to Covid-19. The Jharkhand Public Service Commission Combined Civil Services examination is conducted to fill in various administrative posts. JPSC CCS examination is for different top level government posts in the state of Jharkhand.
Important Dates and Tentative Timeline
The dates for the 2021 Jharkhand Public Service Combined Civil Services Examination have been released. Based upon the actual dates, here is a timeline with all important dates for the JPSC Combined Examination 2021.
|Notification for the JPSC CCS
|8th Feb 2021
|Commencement of Application Form
|15th Feb 2021
|Last date of filling up the Application Form
|21 March 2021 till 11:45 PM
|Fee Last date
|22 March 2021 till 11:45 PM
|Date of Issuance of Admit Cards for the Preliminary Examination
|Date of JPSC Combined Civil Services (PT) Examination
|2 May 2021 (Postponed)
|Date of Issue of Admit Cards for the Main JPSC Examination
|To be notified
|Date of the JPS Combined Civil Service Examination (Main)
|To be notified
|JPSC CCS Interview
|To be notified
The above timeline is based on actual dates released by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission.
JPSC CCS Notification
JPCS CCS Notification 2021 has been released on the official website of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission on 8th Feb2021. Candidates can download the Combined Civil Services Notification pdf from the official website or download it directly from below.
The eligibility criteria for the Jharkhand Public Service Commission Combined Civil Services Examination is given as follows:
The candidate, in order to be eligible to apply for the JPSC examination, should be a citizen of India. The examination doesn’t allow non-citizens to appear for the exams.
The exam prescribes an upper age limit which varies for reserved and unreserved categories. For unreserved category candidates, the maximum age should be 35 years. For reserved categories belonging to the SC & ST candidates, the upper age limit is 40 years.
This is applicable for both females as well as male SC and ST candidates. For female candidates as well there is a reservation, for general female candidates (BC-II and BC-I) the upper age limit is 38 years. While the upper age limit for BC-II/BC-I candidates is 37 years.
The candidate must have completed their graduation from a recognized university in the country.
JPSC Civil Services Application Form
JPSC CCS Application Form 2021 shall be made available from 15th Feb 2021 to 21 March 2021. Once the application form is available, it can be accessed on the official website of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC). Here is a step-by-step guide to filling up the Application Form.
JPSC Civil Services : How To Apply Online?
Step One : Firstly, along with the application form, right at the very beginning, you will find the instructions appended. Carefully read each and every instruction mentioned.
These instructions are important for filling out the application form. Moreover, they act as a guide to the filling of the form any further.
Step Two : The applicants are to fill in the application form for JPS Combined Civil Service Examination (2021) online, accessible via the official website of the Jharkhand Public Service Commission.
Please note that the forms for the said examination are not available offline or through any other means but online.
Step Three : The Application form for the JPS Combined Civil Service Examination 2021 requires the personal information and academic background of the applicant. Moreover, the application also has a section for uploading documents, supporting the entries in the application.
In case the applicant is belonging to a reserved category (SC/ST/OBC/ Physically Handicapped), they should possess and upload the documents supporting their status or reservation.
Step Four : After having filled the application form, make sure your submission is successful. At the completion, you will receive a copy of the form at the registered email address. Keep the application in soft as well as hard copies.
The Application Form will act as a point of reference for downloading the admit card and at the time of declaration of the results.
- Please note that the candidate should double-check all the information whether personal, educational, or professional provided in the application form.
- No wrong information should be mentioned, neither any important information should be missed out from mentioning in the application form.
- It is absolutely very important for the form to be filled with utmost care and importance.
Candidates must submit the JPSC CCS application fee to complete the application process. JPSC CCS fee for general candidates will be Rs.600/- plus bank charges and for SC/ST candidates will be Rs.150/- plus bank charges. PwBD candidates are exempted from fees.
JPSC Civil Services Exam Pattern
JPSC CCS exam pattern is as follows.
- Under the Preliminary Test for the JPSC Examination, there are two separate papers of 200 marks each.
- The questions are objective type/ Multiple Choice Questions, spread over two papers.
- Both the papers are themed around General Studies and last for 2 hours each.
- There is a two-way qualification for the preliminary test, wherein there has to be a minimum qualifying mark in each of these papers plus aggregate qualifying marks in both the papers.
Main Exam (The Convention Test)
The Main Paper is a 1050 marked conventional test consisting of both subjective and objective questions. The next step to the main paper is the personal interview. The Main Paper has the following six papers:
- General Hindi and General English – 150 Marks
- Language and Literature – 150 Marks
- Social Science (Geography & History) – 200 Marks
- Indian Constitution & Polity, Public Administration & Good Governance – 200 Marks
- Indian Economy, Globalization and Sustainable Development – 200 Marks
- General Science, Environment & Technology Development – 200 Marks
Therefore, after having obtained minimum marks in each paper in the main exam, one is qualified for the Personal Interview.
Personal Interview is for a total of 100 marks that will be a one-to-one conversation. Therefore, this makes the gross total of all the different examinations.
JPSC Civil Services Syllabus
Here is a subject-wise list of topics that form a part of the syllabus. However, see that there is no one syllabus, these are just a list of topics that have been occurring in the previous year question papers
|The nature of the Civil Disobedience Movement of 1930, its progress and the reasons for its failure.
|The role of revolutionary national movement in the Independence of India.
|Reforms of Coenwallis and its effect.
|Concept of drain of wealth from India to England.
|New Imperialism, Cold War, Blood & Iron Policy of Bismark.
|Genesis and the spread of tribal revolts in Eastern India from 1817 onwards.
|Renaissance and its effect on Europe.
|Development of Communism in China and its success.
|Role of Japan in two World Wars.
|The growth of the Trade Union Movement in India up to 1946.
|The causes of the French failure in the Anglo-French struggle in the Carnatic.
|The main features of the Government of India Act, 1919 and its significance after the First World War.
|Orientalist-Anglicist controversy over British Education Policy in India.
|Land Reform policy during 1950 to 1964.
|Disintegration of Soviet Union.
|Deserts, Trenches, Volcanoes, Basins and Hurricanes etc.
|Earth-its interior, exterior, seismic waves, quakes etc.
|Population in the developing countries.
|Distribution and classification of human races- Griffith Taylor view.
|Map location topics related to: Gulf Stream, Great Barrier Reef, Knots,
|Market area schools in the location of the industries.
|Cultural realms and its classification.
|Classification of the towns- Nelson and Harris method.
|Urbanisation and its impact.
|International human migration.
|Topographic features and soil genesis
|Plate tectonics theory, Polar front theory
|Factors affecting the distribution of population.
|Rural urban fringe and its emergence.
|Biotic, abiotic regions and biome
|Ecosystem, its components and impacts of human beings
|Dark age in Europe, relevance of quantitative revolution, environment etc.
|Ozonosphere and earth
|Maxwell law and gases having kinetic energy; Brewster’s law
|Reflection, refraction and Nicol prism
|LASER and its principle, working
|Conductor, insulator, semiconductor etc. And their uses
|Wave theory of light and its usages
|Different ways of measuring temperature
|Concepts of satellite and its movement around the earth
|Energy and its different forms
|Gaseous system and the isothermal and adiabatic changes
|Theory of relativity and Rutherford’s theory
|Sound waves and their properties
|Polarisation, scattering, diffraction etc.
|Wave phenomena of light
|Law of conservation of energy and momentum
|Principle of mass and energy equivalence
|Thermodynamics and its laws
|Principle and working of different electric devices
|Applications of EPR on biological systems
|Activation energy and heat of reaction
|Free radicals, non-classical carbocations, different mechanisms of reactions
|Bond fissions-homolytic and heterolytic
|Hydrocarbons and its chains, nomenclature of hydrocarbons
|Cycloaddition and rearrangement of carbenes
|Intermolecular and intramolecular rearrangement
|Ions, compounds and their properties
|Saytzev and Hofmann rule
|Carbohydrate and osazone formation
|Carbonions and its generations
|Nucleophile and electrophile
|Polymers and isomers
|Baeyer’s strain theory
|Chirality, stereoselectivity and its examples
|Reactions types-Friedal Crafts, Aldol, Perkin, Mannich
|Naming of the compounds and predicting the formation of the product
|Poverty-its meaning, effect on society, poverty line, means to curb poverty
|Inflation, demand and supply
|Public and private sector enterprises
|Types of economy and the Indian context
|Agricultural policy in India and ways to improve
|Industrial policies of India
|Budget-revenues and expenditure
|Jharkhand and its economy
|Regional disparities in India and its economic impact
|Role of micro and small industries in Indian economy
|Planning of Indian economy
|Credit and monetary policy of the country and the policy mix
|Trade policy, world trade and its sustenance
|Minimum Support Price (MSP) and administered price
|Corruption and black money, its impact on economy, ways to minimise black money
|Terms like Red Tapism, Gangplank etc.
|Delegation-types, roles, importance
|Interrelationship of public administration with various disciplines
|Concept of morale in administration
|Comparative public administration and ecological approach of administration
|Centralisation and decentralisation of power in administration
|Legislative control-ways and means
|All india services recruitment system
|Civil services and the developing society
|Communication, its types, roles and significance
|Line and staff agencies
|Chief executive, its role and functions and related hierarchy
|Concept of politics-administration dichotomy
The Jharkhand Public Service Commission after the conduction of the exams and the interview, prepares a final selection list based on Merit. In the preparation of the final selection list, a candidate’s performance in both the tests as well as in the Personal Interview. All selected candidates should secure maximum marks or sufficient high marks both in the written examinations and personal interview as well.
JPSC Civil Services 2021 Admit Card
The Admit Card for the Jharkhand PSC CCS exam shall be made available on the official website of JPSC. After the successful submission of the application form, the admit cards are released. Once the admit card is released, the link will be shown on the website, from where the admit card can be downloaded by the candidates.
The candidates should keep both the soft copy as well as the hard copy of the admit card with themselves for future reference. Because the Jharkhand PSC has different stages of examination, for each of these examinations a separate admit card is released. The hard copy of the Admit Card to the Jharkhand PSC Combined Civil Services Examination is to be carried by the candidates to the exam center on the day of the examination. This is a strict rule and thus no candidate will be allowed to appear for the examination.
How To Download JPSC CCS Admit Card?
- Open JPSC official website
- On the home page, find JPSC CCS Admit Card 2021
- Enter Registration Number and Date of Birth
- Enter Captcha code
- Click on download admit card
- Take Print out
- If Photo and Signature is not visible on admit card, click on the relevant link below the admit card page
- Enter registration number and date of birth and click on the login
- Follow the rest of the process to get the admit card
JPSC Civil Services Result 2021
JPSC CCS result (Jharkhand Public Service Commission Combined Civil Service Examination 2021) will be announced in two steps depending upon the stages of the examination. Firstly, the result of the pre-exam will be declared and then the JPSC will declare the results of the final exam after the commencement of Main Examinations and the Personal Interview.
After the completion of the pre-exam, the main examination, and the personal interview, Jharkhand Public Service Commission will publish the results of the examination on their official website. Once the results are declared, the candidates can access the same through their website.
Candidates should keep the roll number, application number, and other relevant details ready. These details might be required to access the results, once declared. The results should be downloaded and kept in copies for future reference.
How To Check JPSC CCS Result?
- Open JPSC website
- Click on Result of JPSC CCS (Prelim/ Main/ Interview)
- Enter registration number and date of birth
- Check the result and take a printout
JPSC Civil Services Cut Off
JPSC CCS cut off will be decided by the commission for prelim, the main exam followed by an interview. Prelim exam cut off will be decided and candidates qualified in the prelim exam will attend the main exam. Main cut off will be decided and qualified candidates will be invited for an interview. The final cut off will be decided based on merit in the Main and Interview stage.
In case of any query, or complaint regarding the JPSC CCS exam, candidates can contact the helpdesk. JPSC helpdesk details are as follows.
- Helpline number : 0651-2213009
- Advertisements and Eligibility related Email Id : Email Id: firstname.lastname@example.org
- For Technical issues Email Id: email@example.com
JPSC Civil Services FAQs
Q. How many vacancies will be released under JPSC CCS 2021?
A. JPSC CCS 2021 combined notification will be released for recruiting on 267 vacancies of 2017, 2018, 2019
Q. What is the expected date of the Jharkhand CivilServices Examination?
A. It was scheduled to be held on 2nd May 2021 but the exam was postponed till further notice due to Covid.
Q. What is the application fee for JPSC CCS 2021?
A. Rs. 600/- + bank charges for Unreserved, OBC/BC candidates, Rs. 150/- + bank charges for SC/ST candidates of Jharkhand, Nil for PWD candidates.