Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) has declared the results of the Combined Civil Services Mains Exams in which 802 candidates were declared successful.
The successful candidates will now appear for interviews, which will be held from May 9 to May 16.
After the interview, the successful candidates would be appointed to 252 posts in various departments of the government, an official statement said.
The Mains Exams for 7th to 10th JPSC were conducted in 14 centres of Ranchi from March 11 to March 13. A total of 4,244 candidates had appeared for the examination.
Every day 100 candidates will be called for interview and 102 candidates will be interview on May 16, the last day of the interview process, JPSC said in its statement.
Candidates will be able to download their call letters from the JPSC's website from May 2. Call letters will not be sent by post, the statement further read.
JPSC released the cut-off marks for the exams in November 2021. The cut-off for the general category was 260, while that for ST and SC categories was 230 and 238 respectively.
The commission had to revise the results of the preliminary tests for 7th to 10th JPSC following an order of the Jharkhand High Court earlier this year.