Keeping in mind the convenience of competitive students, Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission has started uploading question papers of various recruitment examinations on its website. With this, students will not have to wander and after getting the question paper, it will be easy to guess the exam pattern. Question papers of old examinations can be downloaded from the Candidate Corner of the Commission’s website. This step of the Commission will benefit more than 16 lakh competitive students.
At present, the General Studies I and II question papers of the Preliminary Examination of Combined State/Senior Subordinate Services (PCS) 2023 and the question papers of the Main Examination are available on the website. Apart from this, question papers of preliminary and main examination of Review Officer (RO)/Assistant Review Officer (ARO) 2021 can be downloaded. Question papers of Staff Nurse Sister Grade-2 (Female/Male) year 2017 and 2021, Dental Surgeon Screening Examination 2018 and 2023 are also available.
Even before this, the Commission has taken many important steps in the interest of students. The names and complete details of those candidates who were successful in PCS Main Examination and were denied selection in the interview have been uploaded on the website so that private sector employers can directly accommodate them. PCS-J list is going to be released soon. One Time Registration (OTR) was also a successful experiment of the Commission, due to which students have been freed from the hassle of repeated registration.
UPPSC PCS 2024: Application starts for 220 posts of UP PCS, lowest number of posts in 12 years
Application started for 220 posts of UP PCS
Online applications for 220 posts of Uttar Pradesh Combined State / Senior Subordinate Services (PCS) 2024 started from Monday. Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission has started applications for the most prestigious service of the state on the first day of the new year. Candidates between 21 to 40 years can apply. Candidates will be able to deposit fees online till 29th January. The last date for online application is February 2 and the last date for amendment in the application is February 9. The Commission has advised the candidates not to send hard copies of their records and online applications at the preliminary examination stage. Rather, while applying online, they should preserve the information of all the stages (like OTR, fee payment, final submission, qualification related amendments/error correction etc.) in soft and hard copy form for future reference. The preliminary examination will be held in 51 districts.