Jharkhand Common Graduate Qualified Combined Examination (JSSC CGL-2023) was organized by Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission on Sunday at 113 centers in Ranchi. The examination was taken in three shifts. The first paper was qualifying from 830 to 1030 in the morning. The second paper was of Language from 1130 to 130 pm and the third paper was of GS/GK from 3 pm to 5 pm. Candidates considered the overall questions to be of average level. At the same time, some students said that the regional language paper was relatively difficult. At the same time, the paper of General Knowledge and General Studies was quite easy. Said that the cut off could be higher depending on the type of questions.
Language paper was a bit difficult. Rakhi Pandey and Pooja Kumari, who appeared for the exam at the center located at Zilla School, said that the first qualifying paper was of Hindi and English, which seemed easy. Rakhi said that the language paper seemed a bit difficult. At the same time, in the third session, questions on General Knowledge and General Studies were also of average level. There were basic questions of Maths and Science.
GS had questions from politics along with sports and arts, which were of general level. Kumud Pathak told that paper three was of average level. Pooja told that the first paper was easy, the second paper of Nagpuri was a bit difficult. GS paper was also of normal level.
The questions were general. The first and third papers were much better. The second paper was of language, in which there was some difficulty. Overall the exam was good. – Rakhi Pandey, Ranchi
The exam went well. The arrangements at the examination center located at the district school were also quite good. All facilities were made available at the centre.
-Kumud Pathak, Candidate, Ranchi
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Caught giving exam in exchange for someone else in Dhanbad
A youth was caught appearing in the exam in place of another in Putki Government Middle School, Dhanbad. He is from Kachna Nawada (Bihar) and his name is Shyam Veer Kumar. He was giving the examination in the name of Aryavart Kumar, Shivpuri Bihar Sharif (Bihar). He was taking the exam in place of his friend.
Shyam Veer told that he had made a deal with a friend for Rs 1.60 lakh to become a fake candidate. Took Rs 10 thousand as advance. It was decided that in case of any dispute, arrest or case, all the court expenses and bail would be covered by friend Aryavarta.