Examination will be held in 5 districts on February 12, more than 79 thousand contenders for recruitment on 303 posts. PCS-J preliminary exam admit card released: Examination will be held in 5 districts on February 12, more than 79 thousand contenders for recruitment on 303 posts
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Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has released the admit card for Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service Civil Judge (Junior Division) Preliminary Examination- 2022. The preliminary exam will be conducted on February 12 in 5 districts. About 79 thousand candidates have applied in this examination to be held for 303 posts.
Number will be deducted for wrong answer
Of these, there are a total of 123 posts for unreserved classes, 81 for other backward classes, 63 for inappropriate castes and 6 for scheduled tribes. 30 posts are reserved for Economically Weaker Section i.e. EWS. 16 posts for ex-servicemen, 6 posts for guest of freedom fighter, 12 posts for women and Divyangjan are included. 79736 candidates have applied for the exam. The preliminary examination will be conducted in various centers of Prayagraj, Gorakhpur, Kanpur Nagar, Agra and Meerut.
The exam will be conducted in two sessions from 9:30 am to 11:30 am and 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. Commission’s Controller of Examinations Ajay Kumar told that the question paper will be of total 300 marks. There will be negative marking for wrong answer.
Must reach the exam center 30 minutes before
The Admit Cards have been uploaded on the website of the Commission. Candidates are asked to appear at the examination center mentioned in the Admit Card on the appointed date and time. It is mandatory to bring original and photocopy of two photographs and ID proof with you. Entry will be given 30 minutes before the examination center and entry will be closed 10 minutes before the commencement of the examination. After this no candidate will be allowed to enter the examination center.