UPPSC PCS will declare the results for 400 vacancies for the several posts of Combined State/ Upper Subordinate Services after the conclusion of the exams. The selection procedure is divided into three stages: preliminary exams, Written (Mains) examinations, and Personal Interviews. To be shortlisted for the post, the candidates must clear all three stages of the selection process. The exams are expected to be scheduled for the year 2021 in the same year. The UPPSC PCS Result for the Preliminary examination will be declared after the conclusion of the exams. The preliminary exams are objective type and Multiple choice questions(MCQs) consisting of two papers, conducted in morning and afternoon sessions. Candidates need to appear in both papers to avoid any disqualification.
Paper-II of the prelims exam is qualifying in nature that demands a minimum of 33% of marks to appear at the next level of the selection process. The candidates should take care that there is a penalty (negative marking) of one-third (0.33) marks for each incorrect answer given in the examination. If the candidate gives more than one answer, such an answer would be considered a wrong answer even if any one of the answers is the correct answer. If a candidate leaves the question blank, it will be treated as unanswered, and no penalty will be charged.
UPPSC PCS Exam: Overview
|Name of the Authority conducting the examination||Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission |
|Name of the Post||Combined State/ Upper Subordinate Services (PCS)|
|Number of Stages of Selection Process||Three stages:|
II- Mains (Written) Examination
III- Personality Test (Viva-Voce)
|Number of Subjects in Preliminary Exams||Paper-I General Studies-I Paper-II General Studies-II Elementary Mathematics (Up to Class X level) General English up to Class X level General Hindi |
|Total Marks||200 marks for each paper|
|Qualifying paper and Percentage of marks||Paper-II is a qualifying paper requiring a minimum of 33% marks |
|Nature of Paper||Objective Type OMR based written examination |
|Penalty for incorrect answer||Negative marking of one-third (0.33) marks for each question whose incorrect answer is given.|
UPPSC PCS Result - Important Dates
|UPPSC PCS Notification 2021 Release Date||5th February 2021|
|UPPSC PCS application start date||5th February 2021|
|UPPSC PCS application ends on||5th March 2021|
|UPPSC PCS admit card release date||8th October 2021|
|UPPSC PCS Exam Date (Prelims)||24th October 2021|
|UPPSC PCS Prelims result ||To be released soon|
|UPPSC PCS Mains||28th January 2022|
|UPPSC PCS Mains Result||To be notified|
The candidates of S.C and S.T category should secure a minimum efficiency standard of 35%. If candidates of these categories secure less than 35% marks in the preliminary or Mains (Written) Examination, then such candidates will not be placed in the merit list and disqualified from participating in further procedures. On the same lines, if the candidates of other categories secure less than 40% marks in the Preliminary/Written (Mains) Examination will not be placed on the merit list and will be disqualified from the selection process.
The UPPSC will prepare the merit list of the preliminary examination based on the marks obtained in Paper-I of the examination.
|Category||Minimum Marks to be obtained in Prelims/Mains Examination. |
|S.C and S.T||35 %|
|Other Categories||40 %|
In the Mains (Written) Examination, the papers will be based on a conventional type answering format for three hours conducted in one week. The candidate must obtain minimum marks as prescribed by the Commission in the compulsory paper of General Hindi. With two sections in each question paper, a total of four questions are provided for each section. The candidates should answer at least two from each section while attempting only five questions in the paper.
|Name of the Stage-II||Mains (Written) Examination|
|Number of Subjects||Eight Subjects (six- compulsory two-optional)|
|Nature of Examination||Conventional Type Descriptive answers|
UPPSC PCS Result
As mentioned earlier, the results will be declared once the preliminary examinations are concluded. The Mains (written) Examination results will be declared after the conclusion of the exams.
The UPPSC PCS Prelims will be declared on the official website of the Commission.
Steps to be followed to check the UPPSC PCS Result
Step 1: Visit the official website of the UPPSC to check the result.
Step 2: Search on the right side of the homepage; you will see various notices related to several exams.
Step 3: Several threads are available. One of them will be UPPSC PCS result 2021, available in PDF form.
Step 4: Select the link to check the result.
Step 5: Check your name in the PDF file (Merit List) with the help of your name and roll number to confirm your positive results.
The candidates whose name and roll number appears in the PDF will be qualified for the Mains Examination.
The candidates can check their Mains(Written) examination results by following the same procedure.
Overview of other aspects of UPPSC PCS result:
The results of UPPSC PCS are compiled by considering various aspects:
- Total candidates who have appeared
- Total number of vacancies
- Cut off
- The marks achieved by the candidates.
Based on the preliminary examination results, the total number of candidates to be selected and successful for admission in the Mains Examination will be thirteen (13) times of a total number of vacancies and the further two (2) times candidates will be successful in mains examination and selected for Interview.