UPSSSC, UP PET Exam 2021, upsssc pet exam upsssc Recruitment

 

UPSSSC PET Exam 2021 Recruitment for Group ‘C’ Vacancies: – Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has released an official notification for Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) 2021. Those candidates who are interested for the upcoming Group-C vacancies, all of them must pass this exam.
If you want to make a career with the UPSSSC PET Exam, then this is your chance. Apply for this Recruitment and make the most of this opportunity.
Department: Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC)
Exam: UPSSSC, Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) 2021
Eligibility: 10th Pass.
Age Limit: Between 18 to 40 years.
Apply Fee: Rs.185/- for Gen/OBC & Rs.95/- for SC/ST & Rs.25/- for PH (Divyang).
Apply date: 25 May 2021 to 21 June 2021.
Salary: Level-1 & Level-2
Job Location: Uttar Pradesh
Apply Mode: Online.
Official Website: http://upsssc.gov.in/
Note: Male & Female candidates can apply.

 

Details of UPSSSC PET Exam 2021: –

Total Vacancy: – Not Specified
Name of post: – Group ‘C’

Eligibility Criteria for UPSSSC PET Exam: –

Qualification: – 10th pass in Any Recognized Board OR Any Higher Qualification in Any Recognized University in India. | Note: In future all types of Group C government jobs will be conducted by UPSSSC, for which it will be mandatory to pass this exam.
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Complete Syllabus for Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) to be conducted by UPSSSC:-

1. Current Affairs:-
– National & International

2. General Awareness:-
– Neighboring countries of India
– Country Capital and Currency
– States and Union Territories of India
– Indian Parliament, Lok Sabha, Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council
– National and International Day
– World organizations and their headquarters
– Indian tourist destination
– Art and Culture of India
– India and World sports
– Indian Research Organization
– Famous books and authors
– Awards and Winners
– Climate change and environment

3. Indian History:-
– Indus Valley Civilization
– Vedic culture
– Buddhism
– Jainism
– Maurya Dynasty
– Gupta Dynasty
– Harshwardhan
– Rajput period
– Sultanate period
– Mughal Empire
– Maratha
– The rise of British Raj and the first freedom struggle
– Social and Economic Impact of the British Raj

National Movement:-
– The early years of the independence movement
– Swadeshi and Civil Disobedience Movement
– Revolutionary movement And the rise of extremism
– Legislative Amendment and the British India Act, 1935
– Quit India Movement
– Azad Hind Fauj and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

Geography:-
– Physical geography of India and the world-
– Rivers and valley of rivers
– Groundwater resources
– Mountains and glaciers
– Desert, dry areas & Forest
– Mineral Resources
– Political geography of India and the world
– Climate and weather
– Time zone
– Population Change and Migration

Indian Economy:-
– Indian Economy from 1947 to 1991
– Planning Commission and Five Year Plans
– Development of Mixed Economy – Private and Public Sector
– Green revolution
– Milk development and operation flood
– Nationalization and Reforms of Banks
– Economic reforms in 1991 and the economy thereafter
– Post 2014 Economic Reforms
– Agricultural reforms
– Structural reforms
– Labor reforms
– Financial improvement & GST

Indian Constitution & Public Administration:-
– Indian Constitution
– Salient Features of Indian Constitution
– Directive Principles of State Policy
– Fundamental Rights and Duties
– Parliamentary system
– Federal System, Union and Union Territories,
– Union State Relations
– Judicial Structure, Supreme Court, High Court
– District administration
– Local Bodies and Panchayati Raj Institutions

General Science:-
– Elementary physics
– Elementary chemistry
– Elementary biology

General Hindi:-
– Treaty (सन्धि)
– Antonyms words (विलोम शब्द)
– synonym words (पर्यायवाची शब्द)
– A word for phrases (वाक्यांशो के लिए एक शब्द)
– Gender (लिंग)
– Equivalent words (समश्रुत भिन्नार्थक शब्द)
– Idioms (मुहावरे लोकोत्तियां)
– Common errors (सामान्य अशुद्धियां)
– Writers and compositions – prose and poetry (लेखक एवं रचनाएं – गद्य एवं पद्य)

General English:-
– English Grammar
– Unseen Passage

Elementary Arithmetic (Math):-
– Whole numbers
– Different
– Decimal
– Percentage
– Simple numerical equation
– Square and square root
– Exponent and power
– Average

Logic & Reasoning:-
– Large and small
– Order and ranking
– Blood Relation
– Segregate
– Calendar and watch
– Cause and effect
– Coding and decoding – numbers and letters
– Negative Reasoning – Statement Analysis and Decision

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– Analysis of 2 Unseen Hindi Passage: 5 Questions on each
– Graph Analysis & Interpretation: 5 Questions on each
– Tables Analysis & Interpretation: 5 Questions on each

NOTE:
– 100 questions will be asked in the paper, each question will be of one mark.
– Two hours will be given to the candidate for this exam.
– All questions in the question paper will be multiple choice and 1/4 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.


Age Relaxation: – Age relaxation will be given as per the rules of the department.

Application fee: – Rs.185/- for Gen/OBC & Rs.95/- for SC/ST & Rs.25/- for PH (Divyang).

Note: – If you have any questions regarding the application process then you should look at the notification and read it carefully.

How to apply: – The candidates can apply online application through the website http://upsssc.gov.in/ OR http://upsssc.gov.in/AllNotifications.aspx from 25 May 2021 to 21 June 2021.

Important dates for UPSSSC Vacancy: –

  • Starting date for online application – 25 May 2021
  • Last date for online application – 21 June 2021

Official Notification for UPSSSC Vacancy: –

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About UPSSSC Recruitment.
The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) is the state organization authorized to conduct civil service examinations for appointments to various Group C and Group D posts. Initially, the State Government of Uttar Pradesh established a Subordinate Services Selection Board through an Ordinance in 1988, which was later on replaced by an act No.7 of 1988.

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