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Updated On : 19 Jan, 2022

NOTIFICATION

Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Staff Commission (UPSSC)announced notification for UPSSSC PET 2021 (Preliminary Eligibility Test)  on the official website under Advertisement Number 01-Exam/2021 on 25 May 2021.  The Online Application was accepted for same was accepted from 25th May to 21st June 2021.

UPDATES

The PET exam date has been rescheduled to 24th August 2021.

To view the official notification, click here:

The exam date has been announced by the UPSSSC for the preliminary exam on their official website. The aforesaid exam was earlier scheduled to be held on 20th August 2021. But the exam date has been rescheduled and now it is going to be held on 24th August 2021. The exam will be conducted in two shifts.

Candidates will be able to download admit card/Hall Ticket from the official website 14 days prior to the exam date.

The UPSSSC PET hall ticket will include all the details related to the exam day such as exam timings, exam Centre details, candidates' information, exam day instructions, and more.

aforesaid

The UPSSSC PET Test Centre details will be released along with the admit card.

UPSSSC will conduct the PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test) in 75 cities across the UP state.

ABOUT POST

UPSSSC PET exam is conducted by UPSSSC to shortlist candidates to appear for further examinations for recruitment to Group 'C' posts. Preliminary Eligibility Test has replaced various preliminary exams for various posts. Candidates who clear UPSSSC PET will be eligible to appear for the Mains exam of Group 'C' posts depending on the number of vacancies and the marks secured by them in UPSSSC PET. 

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

UPSSSC PET ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA OVERVIEW

Age Limit

Minimum: 18 years

Maximum: 40 years

(category wise age relaxations applicable)

Education

High School Pass (10th Passed)

Number of Attempts

Until crossing the Maximum Eligible Age

Age Relaxations:

SC/ST/OBC

5 years

Meritorious Sportsperson

5 years

PwD

15 years

EXAM PROCESS

After passing PET Exam for all Group C Posts under UPSSSC, candidates will be called for the Mains Exam of various Posts based on PET Score.

PET Score will be valid for the advertisement of exams that will be issued in Future.

Based on Percentile, UPSSSC will release PET Result

EXAM PATTERN

The UPSSSC PET Exam 2021 will be conducted in two shifts in offline mode. The basic exam pattern is explained below:

Name of Exam

Preliminary Eligibility Test

Type of Exam

Offline

Question standard of Pre-exam

Intermediate Level

No. of total questions in exam

100

Maximum Marks

100

Exam Duration

120 minutes (2 hours)

Subjects

General Knowledge

General Science

General Hindi

General English

Elementary Mathematics

Reasoning

Data Interpretation

Note: There will be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for each wrong answer.

Topic-wise marks distribution: 

Topics

Number of Questions

Indian History

5

Indian National Movement

5

Geography

5

Indian Economy

5

Indian Constitution and Public Administration

5

General Science

5

Elementary Arithmetic

5

General Hindi

5

General English

5

Logic & Reasoning

5

Current Affairs

10

General Awareness

10

Analysis of 2 Unseen Passages

10

Graph Interpretation and Analysis

10

Table Interpretation and Analysis

10

Total

100

Note:

  1. The duration of the exam will be 120 minutes (02 hours).
  2. Each question will carry 1 mark (Maximum Marks 100).
  3. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for the wrong answer.
  4. You can download the detailed syllabus from the official UPSSSC website.

RECOMMENDED BOOKS

  1. For General Knowledge and General Awareness:
  • General Knowledge by Manohar Pandey
  • General Knowledge by Lucent Publications
  1. For General Intelligence & Reasoning
  • Verbal and Non Verbal Reasoning by RS Aggarwal
  • Analytical Reasoning by Manohar Pandey
  1. For Elementary Mathematics
  • Maths Mirror by Amit Kumar Verma
  • Elementary and Advanced Mathematics by Kiran Publications.
  1. For English/Hindi
  • Adhunik Hindi Vyakran
  • General English by P. Bakshi

PREPARATION TIPS

In order to ensure selection, one needs to have a proper PET Preparation Plan that will guarantee success in the exam.

  1.  Be Thorough With The Syllabus: Go through the UPSSSC PET syllabus and see what all topics are included under each section of the Online Exam. Categorize your strength and weakness, to find out which topics are easy and which are difficult.
  1.  Create A Timetable: The next step is to create a proper and realistic timetable. Separate time slots should be allotted for each of the sections. More time should be spent on the section that you find difficult and less time on your strong sections.
  1.  Develop Reading Habits & Clear Your Concepts: You need to understand what each of the concepts means. Otherwise, it won’t be possible for you to even identify the problems. Especially for the Language section (Hindi/English) and General Knowledge & General Awareness sections, you need extensive reading. Try to understand the application and usage of grammatical rules and improve your vocabulary. The General Knowledge & General Awareness section on the other hand needs you to have information about a wide range of topics at your fingertips. All these things can be achieved with regular reading of Newspaper and Articles.
  1.  Memorize The Various Rules, Formulas & Steps To Solve Problems: The Elementary Mathematics section needs one to remember a large number of formulas. For General Intelligence & Reasoning section, you need to understand the theory and then remember the various rules and steps to solve problems.
  1.  Practice Diligently: The next step is to solve the UPSSSC PET Mock test (at least one daily) diligently until you feel confident about a particular topic. Mark the specific type of questions that you find difficult so that you can visit them later.
  1.  Work on Your Time Management: You need to have a balance between your speed and accuracy. Without speed, you won’t be able to finish the paper on time. And without accuracy, you won’t be able to score well. So, practice in a time-bound manner and try to control the amount of time you spend on every question.
  1.  Work on Your Weaknesses: Once you have finished the whole syllabus, take UPSSSC PET mock tests (full test). Analyze how you have performed and find out what mistakes you have made. Work on them to improve. Also, as you take mock tests, develop a proper strategy to take the exam. Your strategy should be such that you finish the paper on time with maximum accuracy and minimum negative marking.

ALL THE BEST

If you have any query regarding PET exam pattern, feel free to ping us.

Thanks.

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UPSSSC PET FAQ

A candidate should at least be Class 10th pass (High School) and must have attained the age of 18 years. Maximum age is 40 years.

The UPSSSC PET Score card will be valid for only one year.

The maximum marks for UPSSSC PET are 100. There will be 100 questions in total.

Yes, UPSSSC PET 2021 has negative marking. 0.25 marks will be deducted for incorrect response and 1 mark will be awarded for correct response.

UPSSSC PET 2021, is scheduled to be held on August 20, 2021.

Aspirants who clear the UPSSSC PET exam are appointed roles such as Lekhpal, computer operator, Youth Development Officer, Forest Guard, X Ray technician, etc.

As per the latest govt norms, the qualified candidates are entitled to a monthly in-hand salary of INR 35,000/- depending on the job role.

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