NEW DELHI: Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has declared the PCS Prelims Result 2022 online on its official website. Out of total 3 lakh, 5964 candidates have been selected for UP PCS Mains 2022 examination.
According to a release, out of 329310 candidates who appeared for the UP PCS examination 2022, 5964 candidates have been selected for the next round of the examination. It may be noted that the Commission will issue a release regarding the schedule, online application process and submission of application fee for the main exam 2022.
Also, the obtained marks and cut-off marks will be declared on the official website after the declaration of the final selection results.
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Candidates, who have appeared for the UPPSC PCS Pre exam, can now check and download their results for the Combined State/ Upper Subordinate Service prelim exam and UPPSC PCS cutoff on the official website – uppsc.up.gov.in.
The UPPSC PCS Prelims Result 2022 exam was conducted on June 12, 2022 at various centers across the state.
As per the data shared by the Commission, 6,02,974 candidates have registered for the PCS preliminary examination 2022 out of which around 50% of the registered candidates – 3,29,310 – appeared for the examination.
Direct link to check UP PCS Pre Result 2022
How to check UP PCs Preliminary Result 2022
Step 1: Visit the official UPPSC website – uppsc.up.nic.in.
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link that reads, ‘LIST OF CANDIDATES QUALIFIED FOR THE COMBINED STATE/UPPER SUBORDINATE SERVICES(MAINS) EXAM-2022’
Step 3: A PDF file of selected candidates will open on your screen
Step 4: Scroll through it to find your roll number. Download and take a printout for future use.
UPPSC PCS Prelims Result 2022: RTI will not be accepted on prelims result
The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC), in its notice released yesterday, said that no RTI applications would be accepted for the UP PCS Preliminary Examination 2022. The notice issued by the Commission reads, “No separate representation will be accepted under the Right to Public Information Act, 2005 in this regard.”
Source: Times of India