Jharkhand’s most anticipated exam, Inter Level combined competitive examination is scheduled to be conducted on 14 & 15 October. The exam is valid for 765 vacancies, where 165 are for Amin posts, 557 for Revenue Employee and 39 for others. Earlier, JSSC used to conduct Inter Level exam in two phase i.e., Preliminary Exam and Main Exam, which now has cut down to only one. JSSC has scrapped Preliminary Exam from the selection process and thus this year the candidates will have to appear for the main exam only.
JSSC Inter Level Combined Competitive exam will be held on 14 and 15 October. Candidates must not forget to carry their admit cards and photo ID proof while going for the examination. JSSC Inter Level Main Exam will be conducted as three papers and all the applicants are required to take all three papers. Paper 1 will be Knowledge of Language and will have 120 questions equally distributed between Hindi and English. The candidates will be required to score minimum 30% marks in Paper 1. Those who fail to obtain 30% marks in Paper 1 will be disqualified from the exam.
Paper 2 will test the candidates on their knowledge of Regional/ Tribal language and the paper will have 100 questions. The candidates will have to attempt the regional language paper as they had selected while filling the application. JSSC Inter Level Paper 3 will have 120 multiple choice questions distributed as General Studies (30 questions), General Awareness about the State (40 questions), General Mathematics (10 questions), General Science (20 questions), Mental Ability Test (10 questions) and Computer based knowledge (10 questions).
The candidates must secure minimum qualifying marks in Paper 1, while the marks in Paper 2 & 3 will be used for the preparation of merit list. The marks scored by the candidates in Paper 1 will not be used for the merit list. The candidates will get selected according to the marks obtained by him/her in the main exam.
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