The online registration process for UPPSC PCS exam 2018 will begin from 6th July. Check out more details.
05 July 2018: The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) will be starting the online registration process for the Provincial Civil Services (PCS) examination 2018 from 6th July on the official website. The examination is also known as Combined State Upper Subordinate Exams 2018. An abridged advertisement has been uploaded on the official website in this regard, and the detailed advertisement will be available from 6th July 2018.
How to Register for UPPSC PCS exam 2018?
- Go to the official website - http://uppsc.up.nic.in/.
- Click on the registration link.
- Complete the registration process.
- You can take out a print of the completed application form.
According to Jagdish, UPPSC Secretary, "From this year, aspirants will be given a day's time to amend the mistake they had committed in filling the form. This will save them from the arduous task of filling the application form again.”
It is reported that the commission has also made amendments in the website to simplify the submission process.
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As per the short advertisement, following important dates are announced:
- Online registration begins – 06 July 2018
- Last date for submission of online application fee – 06 August 2018
- Last date for receipt of application fee – 02 August 2018
- Exam date – 19th August 2018 (Sunday)
The detailed eligibility criteria will be released on 06th July in the official notification. For now, the only age limit has been provided.
The maximum and minimum age limit as on 1st July 2018 is:
- Minimum – 21 years
- Maximum – 40 years
In other words,
Candidates must not be born earlier than 2nd July 1978 and not later than 1st July 1997. Details on reservation/relaxation will be available in the official notification.
Details of Vacancies
The exam will be conducted for 831 vacancies. This year, 119 Sub Divisional Magistrates and approximately 100 Deputy Superintendents of Police (DSPs) would be recruited through the exam. The commission has added the Assistant Conservator of Forest (ASF) exam in the PCS exam for the first time. However, only the preliminary stage of ASF will be conducted with PCS. Main and Interview will be conducted separately.