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A number of candidates selected in order of merit on the results of the Main Examination for all the services and posts included in Groups A, B C and D will have to appear at the Personality Test .

Each candidates will be asked questions on matter of general interest.

The object of the test will be to access the candidate’s personal qualities e.g, alertness of mind, power of clear and logical exposition , intellectual and moral integrity, leadership and also the candidate’s range of interest. Candidates for group ‘B’ Service(West Bengal Police Service) will be specially tested at the interviews with regard to their suitability for the service.

Group ‘A’ & ‘B’ 200 Marks
Group ‘C’ 150 Marks
Group ‘D’ 100 Marks


Personality Test 200 Marks

Personality Test

There shall be a Personality Test carrying 200 marks. A number of candidates selected in order of merit on the results of the Written Examination, will be called to the Personality Test.

Answers in all the papers may be written either in English or in Bengali (unless otherwise directed in the question papers) except in the Language Papers. Candidates should write answers to all questions in only one and same language in any particular paper.


  1. The technique of the interview is not that of a strict cross-examination but of a natural, though directed and purposive conversation .
  2. Candidates are expected to have taken an intelligent interest not only in their academic subjects but also in the events which are happening around them.
  3. They need to know what is happening in both within and outside their own state or country as well as in modern currents of thought .
  4. They also have interest in new discoveries which should rouse the curiosity of well educated youth.

What is needed:

  1. The precision of language, discipline of thought and lot of patience in placing the views are the prerequisites. Remember, your entire personality is going to be judged on every single word to be spoken there.
  2. Getting dressed for the final WBCS meeting is as important as your conversational skills and subject matter knowledge
  3. Be careful about details such as personal hygiene and grooming. Clean and ironed clothes, well kept hair, and polished shoes should have the desired effect of making you look elegant, powerful and dignified.
  4. Observe basic courtesies like knocking on the door, waiting for permission to walk in and greeting the panelists at sight. Basically be polite and be who you are.


  1. Develop a positive attitude

    Don’t let negative thoughts to ruin your chances. Don’t worry about matters – interview board, position, questions etc. – which are beyond your control. Hope for the best.

  2. Develop self-confidence

    Everyone loves people with self-confidence. If you are sure about your beliefs, answers or solutions, express them confidently. But at the same time ensure that you don’t go overboard.

  3. Improve your communication skills

    Improve your command over the language for WBCS interview. Listening to debates and news on television channels is one practical way to improve communication skills.

  4. Get straight to the point

    Master the art of giving to-the-point answers. Very often, long answers can be condensed into crisp, but interesting statements.

  5. Learn to give balanced answers

    Your views should be balanced and impartial. Once you take a stand on controversial topics, be prepared with your justification for the same. Don’t give sweeping generalizations without a proper base.

  6. Know your district and state

    Questions may be asked about the district and state. Collect details about your birth place. Know the problems in your village or city. Be prepared with solutions as well.

  7. Keep calm

    The questions may be from a wide area of topics/subject. You sometimes may not be knowing answers of many. If you do not know anything about a topic you are asked, then admit that you do not have any idea. Don’t panic. Keep calm.

  8. Maintain a positive body language

    Reinforce your spoken words through your body language. Avoid gestures which do not suit the occasion.

  9. Use common sense

    Sometimes WBCS members ask questions which can be answered just by using common sense. But the stress on the interview day may hamper your thinking process. Realise that common sense is not common. Expect some puzzles which require on-the-spot critical or lateral thinking.

  10. Be yourself

    Don’t try to present yourself a fake personality. Don’t mug up ready-made answers for WBCS interview. Be yourself and express your opinion.

INR 4,000
Fees Structure of Civil Service

1. Includes 3 Mock Session Interview


2. 2 Session on Personality

3. 1 Session on your Optional Papers

INR 5,000
fees Structure for Audit and Accounts

1. Includes 2 Mock Session Interview


2. 1 Session on your Personality

3. 3 Session on your Optional Papers