The much-anticipated announcement for the Chhattisgarh State Service Examination 2022 has been released by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC). From December 1, 2021, to December 31, 2022, registration for the CGPSC 2022 test will be open at psc.cg.gov.in for a month. The deadline for applying for this exam is December 30, 2021. The CGPSC Prelims exam will be held in two batches on February 13, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Applicants who pass the preliminary exam will be entitled to register for the CGPSC main exam. The exam schedule will be available soon on the CGPSC’s official website, psc.cg.gov.in.
Applicants can apply for the exam by filling out an online application. On December 1, 2021, at 12 p.m., the online registration link will be launched at psc.cg.gov.in. All applicants are requested to submit an application and pay the application cost before the registration deadline. From December 31, 2021, forward, the application form correction procedure shall be followed. The deadline to make changes to the submitted application form is January 5, 2022. The cost of filling out a CGPSC form varies depending on the category. The application cost for the CGPSC 2022 exam is Rs. 400 for unreserved candidates and Rs. 300 for reserved candidates.
The CGPSC has published a total of 171 openings in the state services, according to the statement. There are 69 seats available in the unreserved category, 25 seats for OBC, 23 seats for SC, and 54 seats for ST. Residential women candidates from Chhattisgarh, as well as ex-military servicemen, have been given priority.
Before applying for the CGPSC 2022 exam, interested candidates should examine the qualifying requirements. A applicant must be a graduate of one of India’s universities established by an Act of the Central or State Legislature. The applicant must be over the age of 21. In addition, the highest age limit is set at 30 years old. Both ages are based on the first January of the year in which the advertising was published. However, as detailed in the CGPSC 2022 information Brochure, reasonable age relaxation is available for various categories of candidates.
The CGPSC Preliminary Examination 2022 will be held in an offline format at various locations throughout the state. The preliminary exam will consist of multiple-choice questions. There will be two mandatory papers, each lasting two hours. The first paper will be based on General Studies (GS) and will consist of 100 questions for 200 marks. The Aptitude Test will be the second paper of the CGPSC 2022 preliminary exam. In the paper 2 test, there will be 100 questions worth 200 marks. Every question will have five possibilities, each with a single valid answer. Negative grading will account for 1/3 of the total marks awarded to the question. To pass the test, candidates must score 33 percent on each paper (23 percent for restricted category and handicapped candidates). The nature of the second paper is understood to be qualifying. To calculate merit for shortlisting applicants for the main exam, only the first paper’s marks will be used.