WBPSC Clerk Result 2020: Public Service Commission, West Bengal has released the WBPSC Clerk Result 2020 (part-I) on its official website. Candidates have to check their result from pscwbonline.gov.in. The result is published in the pdf format. The candidate’s roll number, category, and remarks are mentioned in the merit list. Candidates do not need any login credentials to check their results. On the basis of the part I result, the qualified candidates are eligible to appear for the Clerkship part II examination. Candidates can get more information about how to check WBPSC Clerk Result 2020 and selection procedure from this page.
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WBPSC Clerk Result 2020
If any candidate enlists support for his/her application through influential people, govt authorities or agencies, he/she is disqualified. Also, if a candidate is found ineligible at any stage, his/her candidature is liable to be cancelled. Check below the important dates for WBPSC Clerk Result 2020.
|WBPSC Clerk Exam (Part 1)||25 Jan 2020|
|Result Declaration||24 Jul 2020|
|WBPSC Clerk Exam (Part 2)||06 Dec 2020|
|Supplementary exam date (Part 2)||26 Dec 2020|
Check here: Click here to check WBPSC Clerk Result 2020 (part I).
How is WBPSC Clerk Result 2020 Calculated?
WBPSC Clerk result is announced on the official website of the Public Service Commission, West Bengal. Officials use the current marking scheme to calculate the score. Candidates get one mark for each correct answer in the objective test. Candidates are advised to not disclose their identity by writing names, roll no or putting any identifying marks. Doing so leads to a 10% reduction in the total marks of the candidate.
The merit list of shortlisted candidates is prepared on the basis of total marks in Part 1 and Part 2 tests, subject to successfully clearing the basic computer knowledge and typing test. WBPSC has the authority to fix the qualifying marks for all the stages of examination process.
Formula to calculate score of Part A exam: Total marks = No. of correct answers
How to check WBPSC Clerk Result 2020?
Candidates have to go on the official website and check their results. Result is published only for those candidates who download the admit card and appear for the exam. The candidates have to follow the steps mentioned below to check the WBPSC Clerk Result 2020.
Step 1: First of all, candidates have to go on the official website or click on the direct link given on this page.
Step 2: On the homepage of TNPSC website, click on the “Results” button in the top bar.
Step 3: A list containing results of various exams is going to appear on the screen. Select WBPSC Clerk Result 2020 from the list.
Step 4: After clicking on that, the selected exam’s merit list appears on the screen. Candidates can check their names in the list and take a print-out of the same.
WBPSC Clerk Recruitment 2020 Selection Procedure
Candidates are selected on the basis of written tests and typing test. Once the exam is over, the result is published on the official website. Result is published in the pdf format. Candidates selected on the basis of Part A and Part B tests are called for typing test. After the typing test, candidates have to appear for medical examination. Qualified candidates in all tests are called for appointment. Such candidates have to carry all the required documents for verification.
Those candidates who get their names in the merit list have to fill their preferences amongst vacancies in Secretariat, Directorates and Regional Offices. Recruitments are provided on the basis of preferences filled by the candidates.
WBPSC Clerk Recruitment 2020
Public Service Commission, West Bengal conducts a clerkship examination for the posts of lower division assistant or lower division clerk and posts similar to that. Recruitments are provided to vacant posts in the Secretariat, Directorates, District offices and regional offices under Govt. of West Bengal. It is a state-level exam conducted in two parts i.e, Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 exam is objective in nature while Part 2 exam is subjective. Final recruitments are made on the basis of total marks of both parts, subject to fulfilment of eligibility criteria and passing the typing test.
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