Public Service Commission Recruitment: Apply Online and Know the Latest Notifications in 2021

The public service commission has already issued a number of notifications this year. With a variety of posts and different job roles to choose from, you may now get the options of increased job growth and professional security with the department of public services observed officially by the government of India.

Important Dates

Since the dates and notifications have been given officially, you must check the West Bengal Public Service Commission’s website to know more about dates and examination notifications of the various tests that are to be held this year for innumerable posts.

However, the official dates of the examination have begun from 23rd march. So, it will be better for you to go through the notifications on the website and find the date ascribed to the particular test (related to a post of course) you are looking for.

  • Find out the Designation You Want for Being a Public Service Officer

Both in the IT and the non-IT department, there are a number of different job roles according to the education and preferences of candidates.

Go through the list below and find out the suitable job post for you.

  • Assistant Engineer
  • Food Processing Expert or Technicians
  • Scientific Assistant
  • Welfare Officer
  • Lecturer in Electrical Engineering
  • Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering
  • Lecturer in Computer Science
  • Pharmacist Grade III
  • Welfare Officer
  • Miscellaneous Service Person

All of these designations mentioned above have vacancies in 2021. There are guidelines to go through before you select filing up the online application form.

So, choose wisely.

Eligibility Criteria

In the WBPSC, there are separate categories of jobs as well. In this regard, it must be stated that the said designations have these categories attributed to them, which can be tracked through further investigation into job requirements and features associated to a particular post.

Now, it is time to know about the education you need for being a WBPSC officer.

If you’re targeting for posts belonging to the higher section with a mandatory requirement for trained skills and deep theoretical knowledge (like engineering), then you must have a masters in science or any related field. It is because most of these posts come with the demand of functional skills.

For other posts, you have to have a degree from a recognized University. Your language skills must highlight your reading, writing, listening and speaking abilities.

Examination Pattern

As you know, most government jobs come with the two, basic examinations known as the preliminary (or the prelims) and the Mains examination.

WBPSC exams also happen in the same way.

The preliminary examination is an examination of short questions. You have to answer MCQ questions only. The paper has 200 marks in it as a total and it has 200 questions you have to answer.

The mains Examination also happens in a total of 200 marks. But, you will find two separate papers: The Compulsory and the Optional Paper.

What Do You Need to Study (The Syllabus for WBPSC)

As mentioned earlier, different types of designations here mean a variety of subjects to study. However, in this blog, the subjects are put together all at once. You may check out the website of the WBPSC to know about particular subjects you have to study for the examination on a specific post.

  • General Studies I
  • General Studies II
  • English/ Urdu/ Hindi/ Bengali
  • English Composition
  • General Mental Ability
  • Current Affairs
  • History of India
  • Geography of India with special reference to West Bengal
  • Indian National Movement
  • Indian Polity and Economy
  • The Indian Constitution
  • Optional Subjects 
  • Arithmetic
  • Personality Test

Apply Online Now

Since application forms are already issued online, now it is your time to get what you deserve.

Log in to to know more about the online application forms and examination processes.

Don’t forget to get help of professional training.

Best of luck!

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