JPSC Civil Services Exam 2021: Now apply for Jharkhand Civil Services Exam by 21 March; Petition for relaxation of age limit dismissed

JPSC Civil Services Exam 2021: Good news for the candidates who have been deprived of any reason for the application for the Jharkhand Civil Services Examination 2021. Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has extended the last date of application for Combined Civil Service Exam 2021. Candidates can now register for the Joint Civil Services Preliminary Competition Examination 2021 to be held simultaneously on March 21, 2021 at 11.45 pm for a total of 252 vacancies for four years – 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020.

Also, according to the date extension notice issued by the Commission, after registration till March 21, the candidates can now pay the prescribed examination fee till 11.45 pm on March 22, 2021. Earlier, the last date for application for JPSC Prelims 2021 was fixed as 15 March and the last date for payment of examination fee was fixed as 16 March.

However, the Jharkhand Public Service Commission has not made any amendment in the examination dates for the Joint Civil Services Examination for the year 2021. The preliminary examination will be conducted on May 2, 2021 as part of the prescribed selection process. The main examination will be conducted during the fourth week of September 2021 and the interviews will be held from 15 to 25 December 2021.

Helpline released

The Commission has issued a helpline to the candidates for any kind of information regarding the advertisement or application of the Civil Services Examination 2021. As per the notice of the Commission, candidates can get information by calling the helpline number +919431301636 and +919431301419 of the Commission from 10 am to 5 pm on all working days.

Petition for relaxation of age limit dismissed

On the other hand, the Jharkhand High Court has dismissed a petition relating to age relaxation in Civil Services Examination 2021. Please tell that the cut-off of the age limit for this year’s examination has been kept on 1 August 2016. While the petitioners demanded that the cut-off date should have been 1 August 2012 as the cut-off date in the previous examination was 1 August 2011. However, it was clarified on behalf of the government that the cut-off has been kept on 1 August 2016 this year due to the examination not being conducted for the last four years.