UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Admit Card 2017 has been released on the website of Uttarakhand Public Service Commission for eligible candidates of UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Service Exam 2016-17. Admit Card of UKPSC Upper Subordinate Service Main Exam 2016-17 is available for the candidates who have qualified the Prelims Exam and applied for Main Exam. Get UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Admit Card 2017 complete information here.
Latest – Admit card for UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Main Exam 2017 has been announced. Download through the link.
|Date of Preliminary Exam||29 Jan 2017|
|Date of Availablity of Admit Card for Main Exam||20 Sep 2017|
|Date of Main Examination||26 to 29 Sep 2017|
UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Admit Card 2017
The candidates are required to download their UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Admit Card 2017 from the official website of Uttarakhand Public Service Commission and also through the link below. Candidates who have qualified the Prelims Exam and applied for Main Exam are now able to download their Admit Card for Main Exam.
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Steps to download the UKPSC Uttarakhand Upper Subordinate Admit Card 2017
- Visit the official website or the direct link provided below.
- The Homepage will be displayed.
- Click on UKPSC Upper Subordinate admit card.
- Enter registration number and Date of Birth in the provided fields.
- Click on submit button.
- The admit card will appear on the screen
- Download/ take a print out for further reference.
Candidates are advised to go through the Exam pattern which is given below.
Total No. of Questions – 250 (each question will be awarded one marks for correct answer)
Total No of Marks – 300
Duration of Exam – 4 Hour (2 hour for General Studies + 2 hour for General Aptitude)
Total No. of Paper – 7 Paper in different Subjects
Duration – 3 hours for Each paper
Total No. of marks – 1500 marks (300 marks for language paper + 200 marks for rest of each papers)
Qualifying marks – 35% marks.
Personal Interview – 200 marks