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UPPCS (Mains) pattern revised, 20 questions in General Studies papers

Allahabad: Following Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission’s (UPPSC) determination to change the examination development, applicants can be asked 20 questions in each and every of the four papers of General Studies section of the Provincial Civil Services-2018 (Mains) examination.
UPPSC officers said that the new syllabus was at the lines of the civil services and products exams conducted by way of the us.

The PCS (Mains) examination, often known as the Combined State Upper Subordinate Services (Mains) exams-2018, will likely be conducted on June 17.

UPPSC’s examination controller, Anju Katiyar, said, “In the examination, applicants will likely be asked 10 purpose and an equal number of subjective questions. The word prohibit for answering purpose questions is 125 and that of subjective ones is 200. No adjustments have been made within the obligatory query papers of General Hindi, Essay and non-compulsory subjects.”

After deciding to change examination development, UPPSC had no longer launched a style paper in order that aspirants may get an idea concerning the examination development. The lengthen ended in a demonstration by way of students. Following the protest, a style query paper was launched late Tuesday night time.

As consistent with the new development, there will likely be only one non-compulsory topic as a substitute of two within the PCS (Mains) examination. The topic can have two query papers of 200 marks each and every. The number of query papers within the General Studies section has been larger from two to four. Each query paper of GS will also be 200 marks. No adjustments have been made within the General Hindi and Essay sections, whereas the interview round will account for 100 marks.

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