JSSC to announce CGSCE CGL prelims exam result 2016 this week

The result for Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission (JSSC) CGSCE/ CGL exam 2016 is expected to be announced within a week. JSSC had conducted the Combined Graduate Standard Competitive examination (CGSCE) 2015 on August 21, 2016. The JSSC CGSCE CGL prelims result 2016 would be announced this week, as is almost confirmed from the observations.

JSSCJharkhand SSC i.e., JSSC had notified the recruitment process to fill 1080 posts in various departments. In addition to these new vacancies, the Commission also clarified that the recruitment process would also include 70 backlog vacancies and all the applicants would have to go through two-tier examination process. All the eligible candidates were invited to appear for the preliminary exam (stage 1) held on August 21. The candidates would be shortlisted for the main exam on the basis of their performance in the preliminary exam.

The Commission has, till now, followed the best standards in the examination process. The answer keys of the exam were released and even the responses were invited from the candidates. Based on the received objections, the JSSC had also released the final answer keys. Almost all the candidates have checked the final answer keys and are preparing for the main exam based on their chances of selection. With the latest report, JSSC would announce the preliminary exam results this week and would also notify the date for mains exam.

According to the official notice, the candidates equal to 15 times the number of vacancies would be selected from the preliminary exam. As much as 17,250 candidates would be shortlisted for the main exam. Candidates may check www.jssc.in, the official website to publish the results.

JSSC CGSCE 2015 Main Exam

The main exam would consist of two papers having 150 multiple choice questions each. The exam would be conducted in one day in two shifts of 2 hours each. The structure of both the papers is as follows:

Paper 1 – Language Test

  • Hindi – 75 questions
  • English – 75 questions

Paper 2 – General knowledge

  • General studies – 40 questions
  • General Science – 20 questions
  • General Maths – 20 questions
  • Mental Ability Test – 20 questions
  • Computer Knowledge Test -20 questions
  • Questions related to Jharkhand state – 30 questions

Each question would carry 3 marks, while 1 mark would be deducted for each wrong response. The candidates are required to score minimum 40 percent marks in Paper 1. The candidates who would score minimum 40% marks in paper-1, paper-2 of only such candidates would be evaluated. The Commission has not set any minimum qualifying marks for paper-2. The minimum qualification criteria for OBC candidates stand at 34 percent and 32 percent for SC/ST candidates. The final selection would be based on the merit list prepared on the basis of marks obtained by the candidates in both paper-1 & paper-2.

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