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JSSC Constable Vacancy: The next hearing in the High Court on the petition filed for relaxation in age limit in the advertisement issued for JSSC Jharkhand Police Constable Recruitment will be held on 29th February. In this regard, petitions have been filed by three people including Mohit Kumar, Pankaj Singh. The petition states that the age limit for appointment has been calculated as the year 2019, which should be the year 2016. In the advertisement issued by the state government, it was said that there will be appointment on vacant posts from the year 2015. In such a situation, the year for determining this age limit should be 2016, but in the advertisement issued by Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission, the age limit has been changed to 2019.

Jharkhand Staff Selection Commission has published advertisement for 4919 vacant posts of constables. There are 3799 posts of regular in total vacancy and 1120 posts in backlog. Home Guard candidates will get quota in this recruitment. February 21 was the last date of application for recruitment. The last date for paying fees is 23 February. The last date for uploading photo and signature is 25th February. Amendments in the application can be made between February 26 and February 28.

How will the selection be done?
Physical Test, Medical Test and Written Examination. First of all there will be a physical test which will be qualifying only. It will only be necessary to pass. Its marks will not be added to the merit. There will be a medical test for the candidates who pass it. Candidates who have passed medical will be called for written examination. The written examination will be of 2 hours and will consist of two papers. Each question will be of three marks. All questions will be of multiple choice. The first paper will be of regional tribal language knowledge. The second paper will be on questions from Hindi language, numerical and general knowledge.

In the physical test, men will have to run 10 km in 60 minutes. Whereas women will have to run 5 km in 30 minutes.

The final merit list will be made on the basis of marks obtained in the written examination keeping in mind the reservation. There will be negative marking in the written examination. One mark will be deducted for wrong answer.