JPSC Civil Services Result 2016-17 – The final result and marks of Combined Civil Services (Main) Examination-2016 has been displayed on the official website of the JSPC. The final result of the JSPC Civil Services Exam has been published on the official website or on this page. The selection of the candidates will be based on the performance of the candidates in the Preliminary Exam, Main Exam, and Interview. Candidates who have qualified the Prelims examination will go for Main Examination after Main Examination candidates will be shortlisted for interview. The final result of the selected candidates will be announced after the interview.
>> Recommendation List of JPSC Civil Services 2016 has been released. Check below.
>> JSPC has uploaded the marks and cut off for Combined Civil Services (Main) Examination-2016. Check below.
JPSC Civil Services Result 2016-2017 of Preliminary Exam
The result of the Preliminary Examination of the JPSC Civil Services has been announced after the Preliminary Examination on the official website of the JPSC. The result of the Preliminary exam is given below.
|Date of Combined Civil Service (PT) Exam-2016||18 Dec 2016|
|Date of Combined Civil Service Main Exam||28 Jan to 01 Feb 2020|
|Declaration of Mains Result||17 Feb 2020|
|Interview round||24 Feb 2020 to 06 Mar 2020|
|Declaration of final Result||24 Apr 2020|
Recommendation List: Click here to check Recommendation List of JPSC Civil Services 2016
Marks: Click here to check JPSC Civil Services 2016-17 marks.
- Click here to check JPSC Civil Services Final Result 2016-2017
- Click here to check the result of the main examination held from January 28 to February 01, 2020.
- Click here to check the revised result of the Preliminary Examination held on 18 Dec 2016.
- Click here to check the result of the Preliminary Examination held on 18 Dec 2016.
To see OMR Sheets and Marks of Combined Civil Service (PT) Exam 2016, Click here.
JPSC Civil Services Result Latest News
19 May 2020
The sixth final result of the JPSC exam has been challenged in the Jharkhand Highcourt. While hearing this on Monday, Justice Rajesh Kumar submitted a reply to the JPSC, and the Government ha been directed to file the points raised by the applicants by June 10, 2020. The petition has been challenged by the Abhishek Manish Sinha. The petition said that the commission had made a mistake in issuing the result. Te cut off marks were fixed at 600, while the applicant got 601 marks. Check detailed news from below image.
13 May 2020
The dispute between Jharkhand Public Service Commission and candidates of the 6th JPSC final result took new turns as candidates challenge the Commission bringing accusations of misleading candidates. Candidates have challenged the Commission to prove them wrong in which case, they are ready to cease protests and. On the other hand, they have demanded that of the Commission is proven wrong then the 6th JPSC recruitment must be canceled.
Candidate Sashi Panna accused the Commission of misleading. The candidate said that earlier it was notified that along with the Prelims, securing a minimum qualifying marks in the Mains exam was mandatory. The Commission must dicsuss this matter now that the Supreme Court has produced judgement in favour of subject specific eligibility.
Besides Sashi Panna and Anil Panna, other candidates have pressurized the Commission to comment on a number of unresolved issues. Demands have been raised to know as to why the Commission added the marks of the First Paper that was only qualifying in nature. In addition, they have also asked for explanations regarding discrepancies in the service sector of reserved candidates. Why the Commission did not release service-wise cut-offs also remains in darkness. In addition, the candidates have asked for an explanation as to what the mark sheets did not indicate the language, paper name, and candidate quota.
JPSC Civil Services Result 2016-2017 Press Release
JPSC has releases press note regarding the release of cut off marks at the official website.
Selection of the candidates will be based on the :
- Preliminary Examination
- Main Examination
First shortlisting will be based on the application process, candidates who will submit their application form correctly and completely on time will get admit card for Preliminary Examination.
After getting admit card candidates have to appear in the Preliminary Examination as per the schedule. After the Preliminary Examination candidates who will qualify the Pre. Examination will go for Main Examination.
Candidates will be shortlisted for Interview after the Main Examination. Candidates should ben mentally and physically fit.
Candidates will get all the details related to JPSC Civil Services Result 2016-2017 of Preliminary Exam here.