JPSC PT Exam 2021: Jharkhand Public Service Commission releases PT Answer Key

The question paper and answer key of JPSC Prelims 2021 has soon been released on jpsc.gov.in. JPSC Prelims 2021 was held on September 19, 2021.

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Jharkhand Public Service Commission i.e. JPSC has released the answer key of Civil Services PT exam held on Sunday. JPSC Prelims 2021 candidates can check the answers by logging on to the official website of JPSC at jpsc.gov.in.

Check the Answer key here

JPSC candidates will have to follow some simple steps to check the answer key. They are as follows:

Step 1: Candidates must log in to the official website jpsc.gov.in of JPSC

In case of objection of students in Ansar Ki, marks will be given equal to the prescribed marks of the said question

Step 2: Candidates must click on the link of JPSC Prelims 2021 Ansar

Step 3: A new page will open where candidates will have to select their group of question papers to check the answer

Step 4: In case of any objection, candidates will have to read the instructions and follow the procedure

Step 5: Candidates will eventually have to pay a nominal fee to complete the objection raising process

JPSC 2021 candidates will have to download the answer key and keep a printout of the same for future reference. Candidates for JPSC Main2021 exam will be shortlisted on the basis of JPSC Prelims 2021 exam.

JPSC PT 2021: Selection Process

the JPSC was established with the objective of making a commission solely responsible for recruiting government posts in the state.

The main objective of JPSC is to conduct written competitive examination and interview for selection of candidates for any government posts in the state.

Getting appointment to 252 posts

Candidates qualified in this preliminary examination will appear in the main examination. About 15 times the total number of posts candidates will be selected for the main examination through this examination. State that the 7th Joint Civil Services Examination is being held simultaneously for four years 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020. Through this, a total of 252 posts will be appointed in various services.