UPSSSC Enforcement Constable Exam: Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission has found 28368 candidates eligible for the main written examination for recruitment to 477 posts of Enforcement Constable in the Transport Department. You can see the list of shortlisted candidates on the basis of UPSSSC PET 2022 marks by visiting upsssc.gov.in. In the information issued by Avnish Saxena, Secretary of the Commission, it has been said that 62 candidates belonging to the Divyangjan category have been identified, whereas the posts of this category have not been identified. The cutoff for all categories, unreserved category, SC, ST, OBC, EWS, is the same 46.90.
Of the total 477 vacancies, 225 are unreserved, 93 are reserved for Scheduled Caste, 13 for Scheduled Tribe, 99 for Other Backward Class and 47 for EWS. There will be one question paper in the written examination which will have two parts. Part-1 (prescribed syllabus as per post) will have 100 questions on the basis of marks obtained, merit list will be prepared. Part-2 (Computer Proficiency Syllabus) will have 50 questions in which only the candidates scoring at least 33% marks i.e. 17 marks will be considered to have passed the Computer Proficiency Test. Based on the marks obtained in Part-1, a merit list will be prepared and shortlisting of the candidates will be done for the next stage of the selection process.
You will get two hours in the exam. All questions will be of multiple choice. Each question will be of one mark. There will be negative marking. One-fourth mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
For selection, candidates will be required to pass written as well as computer proficiency and physical efficiency test. Male candidates will be considered successful if they complete 4.8 kilometer race in 27 minutes and female candidates complete 2.4 kilometer race in 16 minutes. Preference will be given to two years service in Territorial Army and B certificate of National Cadet Corps.
15174 type test will be given for junior assistant
Subordinate Services Selection Commission has found 15174 candidates eligible for typing test on the basis of written examination for recruitment to 1262 posts of Junior Assistant. Commission Secretary Avnish Saxena has uploaded the exam results on the website in this regard. It can be viewed at. Five times the candidates have been shortlisted.