Punjab Civil Services Exam 2018: Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) recruits the candidates for a variety of administrative posts in different departments of the state government. Aspirants can either apply for the post of deputy collector or can join the police department as DSP. The PPSC organized the examination in different processes and there is a specific eligibility criterion to take part in the examination procedure.
In the post, candidates will be able to know all the details about PCS Exam 2018. The details will be of the Punjab Civil Services application form, eligibility criteria, selection process and the important dates. Punjab Civil Services Exam is also known as PCS Exam is a combined competitive examination held by the Punjab Public Service Commission for recruitment to the following given services/posts:
|NEST 2019 exam date||Update later|
|Organizing body||Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC)|
|Apply||Offline and Online|
|Period of the exam||3 hours|
|Eligibility||Graduate any Subject|
|Number of Posts|
|Name of the events of the PCS 2018 Exam||Date Assigned|
|1||Publication of official notification||Will be updated later|
|2||The last date to submit application forms|
|3||Date of issuing of admit card|
|4||Date of examination|
|5||Date of results declaration|
Interested & Eligible aspirants may apply for PCS Only online by visiting the official website of PPSC. Aspirants are NOT required to send hard copy of the Online Application Form to the office of Punjab Public Services Commission.
Instruction to fill PCS online application:
|SC/ST Punjab and the Other States|
|Backward Classes Punjab|
Ex-Servicemen Punjab and Other States (Excluding LDESM)
|All Other Categories||3000|
Punjab Public Service Commission Consists of Two Stages ie.
|Paper||Subject||No of Questions||Marks||Time Allowed|
|I||General Studies||100||250||2 Hrs.|
|II||Civil Services Aptitude Test||80||200||2 Hrs.|
The main examination will consist of written examination and an interview test. The written examination will consist of 9 papers of conventional essay type in the subjects as given below:
|IV||General Studies Paper -I (History, Geography, and Society)||250|
|V||General Studies Paper -II (Indian Constitution & Polity, Governance and International Relation||250|
|VI||General Studies Paper -III (Economics, Statistics, and Security Issues)||250|
|VII||General Studies Paper -IV (Science and Technology, Environment, Problem Solving and Decision Making)||250|
Candidates will be selected based on their performance in Preliminary Competitive Examination; and Main Competitive Examination (written and viva voce).