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Probable date for wbcs mains 2017

Just want to know probable date for wbcs mains 2017??


  • Team PolyEyes did analysis of both the Paper and also took views as well feedback of the students. PolyEyes came into conclusion that both papers were quite balanced and it did not favored the students with any specific background. As per the PolyEyes Analysis it is expected that students securing below marks will safely able to made into 6th Mains Examination.

    Here Below is the expected cut off for the Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) 2016-17 Prelims.

    Subject Question Marks Expected Cutt Off Marks
    Genral OBC SC ST
    Genral Study ( I +II ) 200 400 205 -210 200-205 195-200 190-195
    However, In order to reach out the above expected cutoff we have tried our best. Meanwhile, we would appreciate the student’s feedback regarding the ongoing JPSC recruitment drive. Students can post their feedback, doubts, suggestion below in the form of comments.

    Registration Link : BPSC 2017 Prelims Test Series.

    REgistration Link : UPSC 2017 Prelims Test Series.

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  • Wangdi said:

    Just want to know probable date for wbcs mains 2017??

    there is already a dedicated thread for WBCS.request you to please raise ur question there only .

    going by the trend you can expect the mains to be arround July august
    previous profile The_Imp
  • first or second week of August,

    in 2016, prelims was on 24th January and Mains started after 15th August.

    this year in 2017, prelims was on 29th January... do the math...
  • Thank you
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