JPSC 2020 IAS – Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has released a new notification for Jharkhand IAS 2020. As per the new notification, JPSC IAS 2020 is now cancelled. Due to some administrative issues, JPSC has cancelled the Advt. No. 01/2020. Until a new notification is released, read along to get JPSC 2020 IAS information including application form, eligibility, exam pattern, syllabus, and other information.
Latest: JPSC IAS 2020 is now cancelled due to some official issues. Get the latest notification below.
JPSC 2020 IAS
Jharkhand Public Service Commission is carrying out IAS 2020 as per the following schedule. Note down the important dates related to JPSC IAS 2020 from the table provided below:
|JPSC 2020 IAS||Important Dates|
|Start date of application form|
|Last date to apply|
|Last date to pay application fee|
JPSC IAS 2020 Latest Notification
The recruitment process for JPSC IAS 2020 is now cancelled. Candidates can get the information related to this remark from the image below.
Overview of JPSC IAS Examination
The Indian Administrative Services exam holds a prestige amongst other Jharkhand state level examination. The level of this recruitment exam is increasing with each passing year. Prior to learning about the recruitment aspects, let us have an idea about the examination.
|Name of the examination||Jharkhand Indian Administrative Services Exam|
|Conducting body||Jharkhand Public Service Commission|
|Selection Process||1. Preliminary Exam|
2. Mains Exam
3. Interview round
|Mode of application||Online|
|Mode of exam||Online|
JPSC 2020 IAS Notification
The official notification for JPSC IAS has released. Candidates can get the JPSC civil services 2020 notification by clicking on the link below.
JPSC 2020 IAS Vacancies
This year JPSC has released a total number of 267 vacancies for civil services examination. Refer to the image below to know about the distribution of vacancies into various categories.
JPSC 2020 IAS Application Form
JPSC release the application form for JPSC civil services online. Candidates have to visit the official website, jpsc.gov.in to fill the application form. Read some important guidelines to fill the JPSC IAS application form.
- Fill the online application form in block letters except for the signature.
- It is mandatory to upload a recent, coloured, passport size photograph. Applications without signature and photograph are rejected.
- Applicants’ name, father’s name, and other information should match as mentioned on 10th certificate.
- Ensure that the eligibility criteria (educational qualification and age limit) are fulfiled.
- Candidates are advised to keep the email address, mobile number, User Id and password ready for future purpose.
|Unreserved category/ SC/ST/OBC/EWS||Rs.600/-|
|SC/ST/OBC (of the state of Jharkhnad)||Rs.150/-|
|Physically handicap candidate||Fee exemption|
- Candidates have to pay the application fee through Credit Card/ Debit Card/ Internet Banking / SBI collect through challan.
JPSC 2020 IAS Eligibility
Go through the educational qualification and age limit required to fill JPSC Civil Services application form 2020.
- Applicant must have a graduate degree or its equivalent from any faculty recognized by Central or State government.
Note: Candidate must have passed graduation level in Economics, Commerce, Mathematics, Geography, Agricultural Science or Civil Engineering.
|SC/ ST (Male and Female)||40 years|
|Backward class/ Extremely backward class||37 years|
|Female candidates (UR/backward class/extremely backward class)||38 years|
JPSC IAS 2020 Reservation
Know about the reservation policy by referring to the image provided below:
JPSC 2020 IAS Physical Qualification
For the post of Deputy Superintendent of Police/ District Commander the following physical qualification is required:
|Male candidates of Unreserved category/ backward class and extremely backward class – Minimum height||165 cm|
|Male candidates of SC/ST – Minimum height||162 cm|
|Female candidates of Unreserved/backward class and extremely backward class- Minimum height||155 cm|
|Female candidates of SC/ST – Minimum height||152 cm|
|General category/ SC/ST/Backward class/Extremely backwards class – Chest||79 cm (without expansion)|
JPSC 2020 IAS Medical Examination
For the selection, candidates have to be physically and medically fit for the service. Candidates have to be medically fit as per the rules provided below:
JPSC IAS 2020 Exam Pattern
To start the preparation for preliminary and main examination, candidates can refer to the examination pattern provided below:
Examination Pattern for preliminary examination
- The preliminary examination consists of 02 compulsory papers.
- Both the papers have multiple choice questions.
- The question paper for preliminary examination is set in Hindi and Engish language.
- This examination is conducted to test the comprehension skill, language knowledge, grammar.
|General Studies Paper 1||02 hours||200|
|General Studies Paper 1||02 hours||200|
Examination pattern for main examination
- The main examination consists of 06 papers (all are compulsory).
- JPSC IAS main exam is conducted for 1050 marks
- Each paper is conducted for 03 hours.
- Candidates have to answer the question of each paper in descriptive type.
|Paper 1 – General Hindi and General English. This paper has 02 sections for 50 marks each||03 hours||100|
|Paper 2 – Language and Literature: Each candidate has to opt for one language out of 15 listed by the commission||03 hours||150|
|Paper 3 – Social Sciences: This section has 02 sections – Hinstoru and Geography (100 marks each)||03 hours||200|
|Paper 4 – Indian constitution and polity, public administration and good governance||03 hours||200|
|Paper 5 – Indian Economy, Globalization, and sustainable Development||03 hours||200|
|Paper 6 – General Science, Environment and Technology Development||03 hours||200|
Preparation Tips for JPSC 2020 IAS Exam
Most of the aspirants have the dream to crack the JPSC 2020 IAS exam in the first attempt. The preparation remains incomplete without some strategies, tips and tricks, hard work and smart work. Here are some preparation tips that will help JPSC IAS aspirants to prepare for this big examination.
Syllabus of JPSC IAS and Exam Pattern: Preparation of every examination begins with the complete knowledge about the syllabus and the exam pattern. So, why is it so important to know JPSC IAS syllabus and pattern? These resources help to understand gives the right direction to the preparation.
Seek right Guidance: Following the right footsteps or seeking right guidance helps in better preparation for the examination. Aspirants can either join coaching classes or opt for self-study. However, before joining the caching centres they must ensure that they have their basic clear. Study for a few months (self-study), and then search for right coaching classes.
Practise Regularly: Regularly Studying for hours is good. However, it is excellent to test the knowledge which aspirants have accumulated so far. Refer to previous year question papers, practise sets, mock tests to practise. Score them and check these papers on your own. Make strong and weak section, see how far aspirant stands now from the cutoff marks.
Dedication and Determination: IAS examination be it state level or national level requires a lot of persistence and perseverance. Never give up attitude will lead aspirant where he/she wish to be. Never compare the first chapter aspirant is studying with the nth chapter competitor is on. Be steady. Have faith in what knowledge aspirant is gaining each day. Maintain calm and composure. Just remember one thing, out of all these seats, the aspirant has to only secure that one.
JPSC 2020 IAS Selection Procedure
To know about the selection procedure for JPSC civil services 2020, refer to the information provided below:
- Preliminary examination: A preliminary examination is conducted to shortlist candidates for main examination. Candidates have to mark their answer in OMR sheets.
- Main examination: In the main examination, there will be 06 papers. Main examination is conducted for a total of 1050 marks. It is mandatory for candidates to appear in all papers as each one of them is compulsory.
- Interview round: Those candidates who qualify main examination are called for the interview round. This interview round is conducted for 100 marks.
JPSC IAS 2020 Qualifying Marks
Check the qualifying marks required for preliminary and main examination are provided below:
|Backward class – I||34%|
|Backward class -II||36.5%|
|SC/ST and Female candidates||32%|
JPSC 2020 IAS Merit List
Once the examination for JPSC civil services is conducted, a merit list for the examination is released. Candidates can download the civil services merit list from the official website jpsc.gov.in. JPSC releases category wise and cadre wise merit list for the examination. Refer to the image provided below to know more about the merit list.
JPSC 2020 IAS Pay Scale
Pay scale for each post is provided in the table given below:
|Post name||Pay Scale|
|Police Sub Inspector||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
|Sub Group||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
|District Commander||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
|Jharkhand Education Services Class 2||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
|Assistant Municipal Commissioner/ Executive||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
|Planning Officer/ District Planning||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
|Assistant Planning Officer||Rs. 9300 – 34800 Grade Pay – Rs.5400|
Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) is established in Ranchi, Jharkhand. JPSC works with the aim of recruiting eligible candidates for various government posts. It was formed under the provisions of Article 315 of the Constitution of India. The commission’s main objective is to conduct a written examination (competitive in nature) and interview rounds.
Official website: jpsc.gov.in
For more information related to JPSC 2020 IAS, download notification
JPSC 2020 Civil Services Recruitment Frequently Asked Questions
Ans : This year, 267 vacancies are released by JPSC for civil services.
Ans : Candidates have to pay Rs.600/- as its application fee.
Ans : To apply for civil services candidates must have a graduation degree from any recognized university.
Ans : Candidates have to secure minimum 40% marks to qualify for JPSC IAS.