What is the selection process for WBCS exam?

What is the selection process for WBCS exam?

Preparing for WBCS Examination? Looking to dive into the idea of learning the selection process of WBCS recruitments and examinations? Read on to get a fair idea about how to go about when embarking on a journey for choosing WBCS as a career! In this blog post, we'll share some insights on the selection process of the WBCS exam.

W.B.C.S is popularly known to be the most prestigious examination in West Bengal state. W.B.C.S is the exam name  abbreviation of West Bengal Civil Service exam. The WBCS exam is conducted each year in order to recruit the civil services officers for the West Bengal Provincial Civil Services. The Public Service Commission of West Bengal or PSCWB is the state agency authorized to conduct the Civil Services Examination for entry-level appointments to the various Civil Services of the state of West Bengal in India. The PSCWB arranges all WBCS competitive examinations in three phases every year. These phases are Preliminary, Mains and Personality Test.

The commission recruits for groups A, B, C and D and various posts under these groups. For the West Bengal Police Vacancies, the age limit is 20-36 years. For all other job vacancies, the aspirants applying to sit for the examination must be above the age of 21 years and below age of 36 years. Candidates would be selected based on their performance in  various stages of the evaluation process i.e Preliminary Examination (Objective Type), Main Examination (Conventional Type-Written) and Personality Test (one to one interaction).

The WBCS Recruitment 2022 is being conducted to place candidates in various government official designations which require certain educational qualifications for the candidates to be able to perform their duties. The educational WBCS qualifications for the WBCS Vacancy 2022 are discussed below:

  1. A degree from a recognized University of India.
  2. Ability to read, write, and speak in the Bengali language.
  3. Candidates having Nepali mother tongue are exempted from the above (pt 2).
  4. Well-versed with the national and international current events

WBCS Exam Pattern & stages for selection process :

  1. Preliminary Exam:
    Type of the exam - Objective
    Number of question papers - 1
    Marks - 200
  2. Mains:
    Type of the exam - Objective+Conventional
    Number of question papers - 8
    Marks - 200 for Paper-I to Paper VI & 200 each for Paper-VII and Paper VIII
  3. Personality Test:
    Type of the exam - Interview
    Number of question papers - NA
    Marks - 200

The candidate needs to clear all three levels of the entire selection process in order to get selected for a suitable seat at the government office. Scoring well is the only way to succeed at the government examinations and climb the ladder of success. Last tips and advice, but not the least to say, It's important to start preparation early to move in a planned manner one step at a time, revise your learnings, create a sustainable set of schedule while taking good care of your health so that the brain runs at an optimum speedo support your activities and efforts towards your goals. Always remember that consistency is the key to success. Our aim at RICE is to make competitive examinations a cakewalk for you. Come, join RICE Education today and give wings to your dream career.

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