JPSC Result Out, 802 candidates Qualify, Know When the Interview will be held.
802 candidates were declared successful in the 7th to 10th combined civil services main examination the JPSC results of which were announced on April 30.
The JPSC result of JPSC 7th to 10th main examination held on 252 seats is out. A total of 802 candidates have been declared successful in this JPSC exam result, along with the interview dates have also been announced. There was a lot of uproar from home to the road regarding cancellation of prelims and fresh exam for this exam. The matter even reached the High Court too.
The High Court had given instructions to release the revised result, after which the main examination was conducted and now the main result has been declared.
JPSC Interview Dates:
The Civil Services Main exam was conducted from March 11 to March 13. The notification released by the commission states that the document verification of successful candidates for appearing in the interview will be done from May 8 to May 15 at 10:00 AM.
At the same time, the interview will be taken from May 9 to May 16 at 9:30 am in the Commission’s office. Candidates can download their call letters for document verification and interview from the website of the commission from May 2, 2022.
The commission has said that if someone’s call letter is not downloaded, then he can get it before May 8 at the inquiry counter of the commission by giving his roll number and date of birth.
If any type of error occurs in the result due to typing then the result can be amended. On the day of document verification, candidates are asked to bring the original certificate of eligibility as given in the advertisement.
Candidates will have to bring self-attested two copies of documents, along with matriculation certificate and worksheet graduation degree certificate, mark sheet, caste certificate, personnel administrative reforms for economically weaker sections and certificate issued by the Department of Official Language, two passport size photographs, and NOC must be brought.
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