JPSC has written a letter to the state government to increase number of attempts from 4 to 6 for state civil services examination. Currently state government has fixed 4 attempts for 5th civil services examination. Some students had approached JPSC chairman to increase the number of attempts seeing the past records of state civil services examination where genuine students were not selected (1st and 2nd civil services examination). In turn JPSC chairman wrote a letter to state personnel department. In its letter JPSC chairman has said that since CBI inquiry is going on first and second civil services examination, hence deserving students didn't utilized first two chances. Consequently all students should be given more attempts. Considering JPSC chairman's initiative, one can expect positive outcome from the government. Although, students are also demanding to fix cut off year 2007 for age count, yet nothing is clear about this demand. However JPSC chairman has said to student's representatives that he would talk about that matter to personnel department.