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UPPSC Admit Card Download 2023: How to Download, Exam Pattern and FAQs




If you are one of the candidates who have applied for the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) Combined State/Upper Subordinate Services Examination (PCS) 2023, you must be eagerly waiting for your admit card. The admit card is a crucial document that you need to carry with you on the exam day. It contains important details such as your name, roll number, exam centre, exam date and time, and instructions. Without the admit card, you will not be allowed to enter the exam hall.




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In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about the UPPSC admit card download 2023 process, the exam pattern, and some frequently asked questions. Read on to find out more.


Introduction




What is UPPSC?




UPPSC stands for Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission. It is a state-level agency that conducts various civil services examinations for the recruitment of eligible candidates for various posts in the state government departments and offices. Some of the exams conducted by UPPSC are PCS, ACF/RFO, RO/ARO, LT Grade Teacher, etc.


What is UPPSC PCS Exam?




UPPSC PCS Exam is one of the most popular and competitive exams conducted by UPPSC. PCS stands for Provincial Civil Services or Prantiya Rajya Seva. It is also known as UP Combined State/Upper Subordinate Services Examination. It is conducted for the recruitment of candidates for various Group A and Group B posts in the state administration such as Deputy Collector, Deputy Superintendent of Police, Block Development Officer, Assistant Commissioner, etc.


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The UPPSC PCS Exam consists of three stages: Preliminary, Mains and Interview. The Preliminary exam is an objective type test that consists of two papers: General Studies Paper 1 and CSAT Paper 2. The Mains exam is a descriptive type test that consists of eight papers: General Hindi and Essay Paper, General Studies Papers 1 to 4, and Optional Subject Paper. The Interview is a personality test that assesses the candidates' suitability for the posts.


How to Download UPPSC Admit Card 2023?




Step-by-Step Guide




The UPPSC admit card download 2023 process is very simple and easy. You can follow these steps to download your admit card:


  • Visit the official website of UPPSC i.e.



  • Click on the link CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ADMIT CARD FOR ADVT. NO. A-1/E-1/2023 COMBINED STATE/UPPER SUBORDINATE SERVICES (P) EXAM-2023



  • On the admit card page, you are required to enter Registration Number, Date of Birth and select your Gender



  • Click on Download Admit Card button and save your admit card as a PDF file



  • Take a printout of your admit card and check all the details carefully



Important Documents to Carry




Apart from your admit card, you also need to carry some other essential documents with you on the exam day. These are:


  • Two passport-size photos



  • A valid photo ID and its photocopy such as Driving license, Aadhar card, PAN card, Passport Voter ID card, or Central/ State Government Employee ID card



  • A black ballpoint pen



  • A clipboard or hardboard to write on



You should not carry any electronic gadgets, calculators, books, notes, or any other prohibited items with you. You should also follow the COVID-19 guidelines and wear a mask, sanitize your hands, and maintain social distancing.


UPPSC PCS Exam Pattern 2023




Prelims Exam Pattern




The Prelims exam is the first stage of the UPPSC PCS Exam. It consists of two papers: General Studies Paper 1 and CSAT Paper 2. Both papers are of 200 marks each and have a duration of two hours each. The papers are conducted in offline mode and have multiple-choice questions. There is a negative marking of 0.33 marks for each wrong answer. The minimum qualifying marks for CSAT Paper 2 is 33%. The marks obtained in the Prelims exam are not counted for the final merit list.


General Studies Paper 1




This paper tests the candidates' knowledge of current events, history, geography, polity, economy, environment, science and technology, etc. The paper has 150 questions and covers the following topics:


TopicMarks


Current events of national and international importance30


History of India and Indian National Movement20


Indian and World Geography - Physical, Social, Economic geography of India and the World20


Indian Polity and Governance - Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj, Public Policy, Rights Issues etc.20


Economic and Social Development - Sustainable Development, Poverty, Inclusion, Demographics, Social Sector Initiatives etc.20


General Issues on Environmental ecology, Bio-diversity and Climate Change - that do not require subject specialization10


General Science30


Total150


CSAT Paper 2




This paper tests the candidates' comprehension, interpersonal skills, logical reasoning, decision making, problem solving, general mental ability, basic numeracy, data interpretation etc. The paper has 100 questions and covers the following topics:


TopicMarks


Comprehension40


Interpersonal skills including communication skills;10


Logical reasoning and analytical ability;10


Decision making and problem solving;10


General mental ability;10


Elementary Mathematics up to Class X level- Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry and Statistics;10


Data interpretation (charts, graphs, tables), data sufficiency etc. - Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level;- Class X level; 10


English Language Comprehension skills (Class X level)10


Total100


Mains Exam Pattern




The Mains exam is the second stage of the UPPSC PCS Exam. It consists of eight papers: General Hindi and Essay Paper, General Studies Papers 1 to 4, and Optional Subject Paper. All papers are of 200 marks each and have a duration of three hours each. The papers are conducted in offline mode and have descriptive type questions. The candidates have to choose one optional subject from the list of 34 subjects given by UPPSC. The marks obtained in the Mains exam are counted for the final merit list.


General Hindi and Essay Paper




This paper tests the candidates' proficiency in Hindi language and writing skills. The paper has two sections: General Hindi and Essay. The General Hindi section has 100 marks and covers the following topics:


TopicMarks


Opposites (10 words)5


Sentence and Correction in framing (10 sente


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