JPSC prelims results 2021: Commission issues statement, cut-off amid protests

The Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) on November 27 launched an official assertion concerning the seventh mixed aggressive civil providers preliminary examination end result. The assertion has been launched amid protest and opposition by college students citing varied anomalies and discrepancies within the end result.  A complete of three,69,327 purposes had been registered for the seventh JPSC prelims examination which was held on September 19.

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Students got here out in protest after the results of the examination was introduced on November 1. Among many causes put ahead by college students, a few of the essential ones are issues within the reply keys, allegations towards examination centres the place all candidates seated in a single room have certified, non-disclosure of the cut-off marks.

On November 23, police had lathi-charged the protesting college students, which was condemned by Minister of State for Education Annapurna Devi. She had requested the state authorities to take motion towards officers answerable for the lathi-charge.

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A delegation of about 15 folks headed by BJP MLAs Naveen Jaiswal, and Bhanu Pratap Sahi, and AJSU MLA Lambodar Mahto had met the JPSC Chairman and Secretary. The Commission has given clarifications beneath 20 totally different factors, which it says has been raised by the delegation on three totally different events in three separate petitions.

It has additionally launched the category-wise cut-off marks, although it had meant to launch the identical after the ultimate results had been out.

For the unreserved class, the reduce off marks is 260, for ST it’s 230, for SC and EWS it’s 238. The reduce off marks for EBC and BC classes is 252. For feminine candidates the reduce off marks, category-wise, is similar.

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“The Commission was determined to process the evaluation and examination of the answer sheets without undue delay and it put in an extraordinary effort to publish the results after an interval of a record 41 days only. Significantly, this short interval included a number of public holidays for Navratra,” the JPSC has stated.


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