New Delhi, Online Desk. In view of the consistent performance of the candidates who appeared in Jharkhand CSE Prelims 2021, the State Public Service Commission will release the Preliminary Exam Cut-Off Marks today, 24 November 2021. According to media reports, Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) chairman Amitabh Choudhary gave this assurance to the protesting candidates delegation on Tuesday. Also, the chairman of the commission told the candidates that the statement from the commission regarding the alleged irregularities in the JPSC 7th to 10th Combined Civil Services Competitive Preliminary Examination, which was held on 19 September 2021, would be issued by the end of this week.
Let us inform that the ‘Model Answers’ (answer keys) were issued on 21st September, within two days of the 7th to 10th Combined Civil Services Competitive Preliminary Examination conducted by the Jharkhand Public Service Commission on 19th September and the candidates were asked to submit their objections. Invited by 28 September. After reviewing these, the results of the preliminary examination were announced by the commission on 1 November 2021 and also, on the basis of the performance in the prelims, the roll numbers of the candidates who were found eligible to appear in the main examination were issued. However, many candidates who appeared in the exam were accusing them of rigging in the exam. These candidates were protesting demanding the release of cut-off marks for the preliminary examination.
Application for main exam 15 December
On the other hand, JPSC has started the application process for the next stage of 7th to 10th Combined Civil Services Competitive Examination, Main Examination from 16th November itself. The commission has fixed 15 December 2021 as the last date to apply for the main examination. Candidates declared successful in the preliminary examination can apply through the online form provided on the official website of JPSC, jpsc.gov.in.