UPPSC UPPCS Pre Exam Marksheet 2016:
Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has released the UPPSC UPPCS Pre Marksheet 2016. The UPPSC UPPCS Pre Exam 2016 was held on 20 March 2016 for recruitment of 331 Posts under Combined State / Upper Subordinate Services (Gen. Rectt.) and Combined State / Upper Subordinate Services (Special Rectt.).
Candidates can download the marksheet by using their registration number, date of birth and other relevant details.
UPPSC released the notification of UPPSC recruitment on 11 January 2016. Applications were invited from graduate qualified candidates who were in between the age bar of 21-40 years (relaxable as per categories). Candidates who were shortlisted had to appear in UPPSC UPPCS Pre Exam which was scheduled to held on 20 March.
Selection Procedure for UPPCS Pre Exam 2016:
UPPSC UPPCS Exam has three stages of recruitment i.e., Stage I- Preliminary Examination; Stage II- Mains Examination and Stage III- Interview. The Stage I procedure is completed and selected candidates are now required to appear for the UPPCS Mains Exam. To appear for the UPPCS Mains Exam 2016, candidates would be required to fill another application form. Further, the candidates who will be selected in Mains Examination would be called for the interview.
Syllabus for UPPSC UPPCS Main Exam 2016:
The UPPSC PCS Main Exam contains two papers i.e., Paper I and Paper II. Please go through the points below for subjects.
- History of India-Ancient, Mediaeval, Modern
- Indian National Movement and Indian Culture
- Population, Environment and Urbanization in Indian Context
- World Geography, Geography of India and its natural resources.
- Current Events of National and International Importance.
- Indian Agriculture, Trade and Commerce.
- Specific knowledge of U.P. regarding Education, Culture Agriculture, Trade Commerce, The Methods of Living and Social Customs.
- Indian Polity
- Indian Economy
- General Science
- General Mental ability
- Statistical Analysis, Graphs and Diagrams
The UPPSC PCS Main Examination is conducted for 1400 marks. The first four papers are for 200 marks each, which are compulsory to attempt. Last two papers are optional of 300 marks each.