For the PCS-2021 exam, which was held on October 24, a total of 6,91,173 candidates applied online.
The results of the Combined State/Upper Subordinate Services (Preliminary) Examination-2021, also known as PCS (Pre)-2021, and Assistant Conservator of Forest/Range Forest Officer (ACF/RFO) Preliminary Examination-2021 were announced by the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) on Wednesday.
A total of 7,688 candidates were conditionally declared successful in PCS (Pre)-2021, against a total of 678 jobs on offer, while 296 candidates were conditionally declared successful in ACF/RFO Preliminary Exam-2020, against a total of 16 posts on offer. According to UPPSC secretary Jagdish, the results are now accessible on the official website https://uppsc.up.nic.in/.
For the PCS-2021 exam, which was held on October 24, a total of 6,91,173 candidates applied online. There were 3,21,273 students who took the exam, and the UPPSC set up 1,505 examination centers in 31 districts across Uttar Pradesh to accommodate them.
A second announcement will be made regarding the timing of the main examination and the successful applicants for the submission of online applications, according to the commission’s secretary Jagdish.
In the preliminary examination, passing the CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude Test) was a necessity, and all candidates were required to score a minimum of 33% on it.
The information on the candidates’ marks/cut-off marks, among other things, would be made available on the commission’s official website when the final selection results are announced, according to the UPPSC secretary.
Candidates, on the other hand, have expressed their dissatisfaction with the fact that the overall number of candidates declared qualified for the mains is only 11.33 times the total number of posts available in PCS-2021 on average.
Pratiyogi Chatra Sangharsh Samiti’s media in-charge, Prashant Pandey, expressed his displeasure with the UPPSC’s operation, saying, “It appears that the commission does not follow its own regulations.” Recently, the commission’s new chairman issued a notification informing candidates that they will be declared qualified for the mains if they number 15 times the total number of posts, he added.