Jharkhand’s combined civil services preliminary examination is likely to take place on Sept. 12, the state public services commission, JPSC, said. Details on the review will be released in due course, the Commission had notified last week.
The exam was notified in February. The Commission had initially scheduled the exam for May 2, however it was later postponed. Candidates who qualify for the preliminary examination will be eligible to sit for the principals.
Through this exam, a total of 245 vacancies will be filled, of which 44 are for Deputy Collector, 40 for Police Deputy Inspector, 16 for District Coordinator, 2 for Superintendent of Jail and Deputy Director of each, 65 for Auxiliary Municipal Commissioner , 41 for Jharkhand Educational Service II, 10 for the Junior Registrar, 6 for the Assistant Registrar, 9 for the Planning Officer, and 17 for the Probation Officer.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the Jharkhand (HC) High Court Division Court ordered the status quo on Tuesday after hearing a slew of petitions challenging the court’s previous verdict in June and provided interim relief to 326 candidates who were declared. successful in the sixth civil service. examination conducted by the Jharkhand Public Utilities Commission (JPSC). The HC bank previously found that the JPSC made a mistake in aggregating the grades obtained by the candidates in the main qualification papers (Hindi and English) to prepare the final list of merits. He also ordered the state government to cadre the selected candidates based on the new revised list within the next four weeks.
However, the verdict was contested by several selected candidates, alleging that the declared result was in accordance with the examination rules published in the announcement issued by the JPSC. On Tuesday, the divisional bench of Chief Justice Dr. Ravi Ranjan and Sujit Narayan Prasad ordered the status quo on the matter.
"खाना विशेषज्ञ। जोम्बी प्रेमी। अति कफी अधिवक्ता। बियर ट्रेलब्लाजर। अप्रिय यात्रा फ्यान।"