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    I have scored 45% in 12th and 48% in graduation, I got failed two times in 12th. Will these percentages effects my PCS interview or not?

    hello sir/mam
    i got 45% in 12th & 48% in graduation. I failed two times in 12th . I want to know will it be efficted my interview of PCS ?





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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Re: I have scored 45% in 12th and 48% in graduation, I got failed two times in 12th. Will these percentages effects my PCS interview or not?

    hello friend..!!!

    ->yes,of course dear your percentage in 12th and in graduation affects your PCS interview.
    ->the eligibility for PCS interview is 60% min both 12th and in graduation.
    ->you should have at least 60% marks in 12th and in graduation.



    basically PCS comes under civil services.
    ->PCS stands for public and commercial services.
    ->PCS has demanded an urgent meeting with the Department for Work and Pensions.

    thank u!!




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    navjotsidhupamal
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    Re: I have scored 45% in 12th and 48% in graduation, I got failed two times in 12th. Will these percentages effects my PCS interview or not?

    hello friend..!!!

    ->yes,of course dear your percentage in 12th and in graduation affects your PCS interview.
    ->the eligibility for PCS interview is 60% min both 12th and in graduation.
    ->you should have at least 60% marks in 12th and in graduation.



    basically PCS comes under civil services.
    ->PCS stands for public and commercial services.
    ->PCS has demanded an urgent meeting with the Department for Work and Pensions.

    thank u!!

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    Re: I have scored 45% in 12th and 48% in graduation, I got failed two times in 12th. Will these percentages effects my PCS interview or not?

    i have scored 65.4 % in 12th buth failed in physics although y result is pass due to additional subject. am i eligible for b.sc nonmedical

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