Source – jagran.com
Ranchi, State Bureau. JPSC 6th Result The Sixth Civil Services Examination of Jharkhand Public Service Commission started in the year 2014 itself during the tenure of the then Hemant government. After this, the government of Raghuvar Das also changed after completing his five-year term. But this examination has not been completed till date. It is still pending after the order of the Jharkhand High Court. Now the candidates have great hope from the new government to complete this exam and start the next joint competition examination. This is also a challenge before the new government.
The then Hemant Soren government had changed the entire pattern of the Civil Services Examination on the recommendation of a high-level committee headed by former Chief Secretary VS Dubey. Applications were also sought in this light. Later, the government led by Raghuvar Das changed the pattern again, canceling this examination after the controversy. Also, the process of renewed joint civil service competition examination started in the year 2015-16. Its preliminary examination was also continuously disputed and due to this JPSC had to revise its result thrice.
In the first result released on 23 February 2017, 5,138 candidates were successful. The revised result was issued on 11 August 2017, directive of the Jharkhand High Court. In this, 965 candidates were more successful i.e. a total of 6,103 candidates. In this also, there was a dispute, the state government fixed the minimum marks for passing the preliminary examination and passed it to 34 thousand candidates. On the basis of this result, the main examination was also conducted.
Pending after court order
Later, after this case also went to court, the Jharkhand High Court has ordered to release the result of the main examination of the same candidates as per the revised result released on the order of the court on 21 October this year. The trouble of the state government and the JPSC increased after the latest court order. The result of the main examination should be released on the basis of the court’s order or this order is challenged, it could not be decided. Here, it is said that the candidates who are being affected by the High Court order have approached the Supreme Court.