The West Bengal public service commission is soon going to release the result for the prelims examination held in June 2022 for the post of Supervisor in West Bengal (Female candidates only). The prelims examination was held in June 2022 and the results are yet awaited even after so many months. The WB Public Service Commission may announce the result for the same in January or the upcoming month of February. The candidates have been anticipating the results since last year and are still awaiting the results.
The candidates can sigh with relief now as the results will be out soon as per the WBPSC. After the result is declared you can download it from the official website of WBPSC in the form of a PDF. The PDF will include the Names, Roll numbers, Categories, and marks of candidates. Candidates can check all the details in the PDF itself once it’s available on the official website for download.
WBPSC Result Date 2023
|Official website||CLICK HERE|
|Examination Name||Prelims Examination|
|Conducting Body||West Bengal Public Service Commission|
|Examination date||16 June 2022|
|Prelims Results||January (Expected)|
|Department Vacancy||Department of Women & Child Development|
|Pay Scale||Rs. 7,100 – 37,600/- per month|
|Mains Examination||March – April 2023 (Expected)|
How To Check The Result
The WBPSC is soon going to release the result for the post of Supervisor for female candidates, the exam of which was held on June 16, 2022. The Commission has not yet announced the results. When the results are announced you can check them by following the steps given below.
- Visit the WBPSC official website.
- On the official website, visit the Results section from the multiple options provided on the website.
- After opening the Results tab, find the notification pertaining to the results of the Supervisor post for female candidates in WBPSC.
- Download the pdf with the help of an icon showcasing the pdf.
- In the PDF you can search for either your Name or Roll number and check the details.
- The ones who will have marks above or equal to cutoff marks will be considered qualified for the next round of examination or the mains examination.
- Further, you can check the details of the Mains examination to be held later in the year on the official website only.
The Commission will soon release the merit list for the candidates passing the Prelims examination along with their marks. The lists will be provided separately for different categories, so candidates must check the results according to that.
Expected Cut-Off Marks
The Cut-off is released by the Public Service Commission in accordance with the number of candidates appearing in the examination, the difficulty of the examination, and the number of vacancies available for the post. The Commission is the sole entity deciding the Cut-off marks. According to various previous year’s Cut-off marks and the difficulty of examination this year the following are the predicted Cut-off marks for each category
WBPSC Result Date 2023 Selection Process
The selection process for the post of Female Supervisor in West Bengal Public Service Commission consists of three stages viz. Prelims Written Examination, Mains Written Examination, and Interview. After the interview process, the candidates passing through all three phases are called for a Physical test as well as Document verification. The candidates found fit in this phase are considered while preparing the Merit list.
The first step on the way to be a Supervisor in WBPSC is the written examination or the Prelims examination which is an objective or MCQ-type examination. This examination needs to be qualified by the candidates to proceed to the next step or the Mains examination.
The second step on the path is the Mains examination. It is one of the toughest examinations in the whole process of getting selected as a Supervisor. This consists of 7 papers, one of which is an optional paper and the Candidates can choose any subject of their choice from the list of given subjects. The other six are compulsory and can not be changed with the candidate’s will.
After the candidates clear the mains examination, they are called for the next or the last test on the path of becoming a Supervisor, that is, an Interview. The interview process consists of a simple process in which the Interviewing officers ask questions to the candidates related to their life and the knowledge and experience they have.
After all three phases, the candidates passing all the phases are called for the physical test which contains simple tests or the physical checkup of the body to make sure that candidates are physically fit to be qualified as a Supervisor. The next step is document verification, to make sure that the candidates are educationally qualified for the post. The merit list is prepared on the basis of the cadre, the district, and the institution allotted to the candidates.
About Mains Examination
The Mains examination or the second phase on the way of becoming a Supervisor is a written examination that consists of both subjective and objective type papers.
There are a total of six compulsory papers in the whole process. Two papers are subjective or descriptive types and four others are Objective papers that consist of Multiple choice questions.
There is one optional paper that consists of two papers that are also descriptive.
In total, four papers are Objective type and four papers that are Descriptive. All the papers are in offline mode that is, they are conducted in pen and paper mode. The candidates need to pass all the papers combined to move to the next phase of the examination.
The Mains examination for WBPSC Female Supervisor Recruitment will be held in the second half of 2023. The results of the Mains examination will be released three or four months after completion of the examination. The results will consist of the names of qualified candidates along with their marks, which will be counted while preparing the final Merit list. The qualified candidates will be called for the Interview and further process.
- The Candidates can prefer any language out than English and Bengali while writing the answers in Descriptive papers.
- While writing papers on Political science and Botany, the Nepali language can also be used.
- Candidates need not write their Names or Roll numbers or anything related to them that can disclose their identity. If found anything as such, 10% of the marks will be deducted from the total marks obtained by the candidates.
Q1. When will the results of the WBPSC prelims examination 2023 be published for the post of Female Supervisor?
The results are soon going to be released by the WBPSC. You can visit the official website from time to time to check the results. Moreover, we’ll share the news regarding the results when they are announced.
Q2. Where can one check the result for the WBPSC Female Supervisor Recruitment 2023?
The results for the WBPSC Female Supervisor Recruitment will be declared at the official website of WBPSC.
Q3. What are the expected Cut-off marks for the General category candidates for the Female Supervisor post in WBPSC?
The expected Cut-off according to the previous year’s Cut-off marks and the difficulty of the examination is 121±5 marks.
The final Cut-off marks depend on the WB Public Service Commission as it is the sole entity deciding the marks. The marks cited here are just expected and not final.
Q4. How many candidates are expected to clear the Prelims Examination for the Female Supervisor post in WBPSC?
As the WB Public Service Commission hasn’t revealed the exact number of vacancies, the details on the number of candidates clearing the examination are unpredictable.
Q5. Is the Mains examination of WBPSC, objective type or subjective type?
The WBPSC mains examination is a mix of both subjective and objective type papers.
Q6. Is WBPSC Examination tough?
Yes, every examination is tough as it is meant to find suitable candidates for the role who are ready to go to various lengths and expand their boundaries to learn.
Q7. What are the chances of clearing the WBPSC examination in 2023?
The WBPSC examination has tough competition and the examination itself is considered tough in WB. The number of Candidates appearing for the examination is huge and the vacancies in comparison to that are very less. Along with that, the examination has three phases and candidates need to clear all of them, which makes it even tougher. The chances of getting selected in such a high competition are a mere 0.5-0.7%.
Q8. Does the Mains examination have any optional papers or all compulsory papers?
Yes, the Mains Examination has one optional subject which has two papers, the Mains examination has in total of 7 papers, six are compulsory and one optional.