CGPSC State Service Exam 2018: Check Complete Exam Pattern

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Highlights

  • Commission will be soon declaring the Result/ Qualified candidates list for the latest exams held.

  • CGPSC earlier successfully coordinated the Chhattisgarh State Service Examination on 18 February 2018.

  • CGPSC State Service Exam Result 2018 can be accessed from the official result page.

  • The candidates will have to use their enrolment details for viewing the CG State Service Exam Results 2018.

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CGPSC State Service Exam is organised under the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC) State board and with a number of vacancies on the globe, candidates are willing to take their chance in the same. 

Here is the detailed CGPSC Service Exam Pattern for the aspirants willing to appear for the same:-
The combined competitive examination will comprise of the following successive stages:

  • The State Services Preliminary Examination for selection of candidates for Main Examination.
  • State Services Main Examination (written Examination and Interview) for final selection of candidates for the various categories of services and post.
  1. Preliminary Examination – (Objective Type): The Preliminary Examinations will hold 2 compulsory papers of 02 hours duration each. Both the question papers will have objective type multiple choice questions.  There will be five choices as answers for each question out of which the candidate needs to select one. There will be negative marking for every wrong answer.
  2. First Question Paper: General Studies (Question 100, Marks 200, Duration 2.00 Hours).02 marks will be awarded for every right answer and 01 marks will be deducted for every wrongly answered question. Marks obtained=2R-W (where R stands for number of right answers and W stands for number of wrong answers.)
  3. Second Question Paper: Aptitude Test (Question 100, Marks 200, Duration 2.00 Hours) 02 marks will be awarded for every right answer and 01 marks will be deducted for every wrongly answered question. Marks obtained=2R-W (where R stands for a number of right answers and W stands for number of wrong answers.).

Minimum Qualifying Marks
The minimum qualifying marks for an unreserved category will be 33%, and 23% for the reserved categories and handicapped candidates. Candidates will be shortlisted only on the basis of merit for the main examination.

Mains Examination and Interview:
EXAMINATION SCHEME: 

Written Examination (Conventional Type):

S.NO. Name of  Question Paper  Duration Total  Remark 
1.

Paper-I  Language

3 Hours 200  
2. Paper-II Essay  3 Hours 200 Candidates should write two Essays 1 from each section compulsorily.
3. Paper-III History, Constitution and Public Administration 3 Hours 200  
4. Paper-IV Science, Technology and Environment 3 Hours 200  
5. Paper-V Economics & Geography 3 Hours 200  
6. Paper-VI Mathematics & Logical Ability 3 Hours 200  
7. Paper-VII Philosophy & Sociology  3 Hours 200  
Total Marks      1400  
8. Interview/Personality Test   150  
  1. Question papers for Main Examination will be Conventional in nature i.e.: Short/ medium/ Long answers Type.
  2. Candidates shortlisted for the Main Examination on the basis of Preliminary Examination (Screening Test) need to appear for all the seven papers in Main Examination.
  3. Candidates who will be selected for the Interview on the basis of the Main Examination will be required to appear in the Interview. Absence in any of the paper of the Main Examination and Interview will lead to disqualification of the candidature.
  4.  All the question papers except first -”Language” can be answered in Hindi or English, as chosen by the candidates. However, a candidate will not be permitted to write half of the paper in Hindi and half of it in English.

Paper II – Essay:
There will be two sections in this paper. 1. National level Problems 2. Chhattisgarh State Problems. 
The Candidates will be given three options for each section, out of which they need to write on any one option from each section, the problem – solution (reason, the present status including data and solution).
Paper III to VII will contain the questions as mentioned below:
Section 01:- In this section, there will be 20 compulsory questions from different parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Each question will carry 02 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section turn to be 40 marks. (Word limit for answer of each question – approx 30).
Section-02:- In this section, there will be 10 compulsory questions from different parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Each question will carry 04 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section turn to be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – approx 60).
Section 03:- In this section, there will be 05 compulsory questions from different parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Each question will carry 08 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section turn to be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – about 100).
Section 04:- In this section total 03 questions will be given from different parts of the syllabus of the paper concerned. Out of which 02 questions will have to be solved. Each question will carry 20 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section turn to be 40. (Word limit for answer of each question – about 250).
Section 05:- In this section total 02 questions will be given from different parts of the syllabus of paper concerned. Out of which 01 question will have to be solved. This question will carry 40 marks. Thus the maximum marks in this section turn to be 40. (Word limit for answer of the question – about 500).

  • Interview/ Personality Test will be a face to face round with the expert panel that will carry a total of 150 marks.

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