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Chhattisgarh State Services Exam - CSSE

The Chhattisgarh State Services Exam is conducted by the Chhattisgarh Public Service Commission (CGPSC) to select candidates for various posts such as State Finance Service Officer, CG Subordinate Account Service Officer, Assistant Director, District Women & Child Development Officer, Labour Officer, Assistant Registrar (Cooperatives), Superintendent (District Jail), Commercial Tax Officer, CGPSC State Police Service (DSP), State Civil Service (Dy. Collector) & other vacancies in the administrative department in the State bureaucracy.

CGPSC 2018 Application Process

  1. The applicants can fill up online application form for CGPSC 2018 by logging on the official website
  2. They need to select the post which they wish to apply for and can fill up all the details that are required in the application form such as the name, address and the other personal and educational details.
  3. The applicants are required to attach their scanned photo and signature in the application form.
  4. The application process is finally done after the payment of the application fees.

CGPSC 2018 Application Fees

  • General Category: Rs. 400/-
  • SC, ST, and OBC & PWD: Rs. 300/-
The payment can be made online using net banking/credit card/debit card. Or else by downloading the e-challan from the official website.

CGPSC 2018 Eligibility Criteria

Given below is the list of eligibility criteria that every applicant needs to fulfill before they apply for CGPSC 2018
  • The applicant must belong to the state of Chhattisgarh.
  • The applicant must successfully complete their bachelor level of education from any recognized institute.
  • The applicant should not be more than 32 years of age. However there is a relaxation of 5 year in the upper age limit of the candidates belonging to reserved category.

CGPSC 2018 Examination Pattern

Chhattisgarh State Services Examination 2018 will be held in three stages, viz. Preliminary Examination, Mains Examination and Interview. The detailed information about the examination have been given below.

Preliminary Examination
The first stage of the examination is known as the Preliminary examination. The exam will consist of two compulsory papers of objective type with multiple choice questions.
Paper 1
Duration: 2 hours
No. of Question: 100
Total marks: 200 (2 marks for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted from each wrong answer)

Paper 2
Duration: 2 hours
No. of Question: 100
Total marks: 200 (2 marks for every correct answer and 1 mark will be deducted from each wrong answer)


Mains Examination
Candidates who clears the preliminary examination are only eligible to sit for the Mains Exam. The exam is of descriptive nature and consists of seven compulsory question papers.

Paper I    - Language
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Paper II    - Essay
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Paper III - History, Constitution and Public Administartion
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Paper IV - Science, Technology and Environment
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Paper V    - Economics & Geography
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Paper VI - Mathematics & Logical Ability
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Paper VII - Philosophy & Sociaology
Marks: 200
Duration: 3 hrs

Interview

Candidates, who secure qualifying marks in the Main examination, will be eligible to appear for the interview. They will have to sit in front of a panel where the candidates will be judged upon their thorough knowledge about a particular topic.
Marks: 150

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