UPSSSC PET Exam Guidelines and Details 

UPSSSC PET Exam Guidelines and Details: The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) is all set to conduct the Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) on October 28 and 29. With the exam date fast approaching, it’s crucial for candidates to be well-prepared and adhere to the guidelines provided by UPSSSC. This article serves as a comprehensive resource for essential information and instructions regarding the upcoming PET exam.

UPSSSC PET Exam Guidelines and Details
UPSSSC PET Exam Guidelines and Details

UPSSSC Admit Card Download

Admit cards for the PET exam were made available starting from October 19, and candidates can download them until October 29. To obtain their admit cards, candidates should visit the official website.

UPSSSC Examination Centers

The PET exam will be held in 35 districts across Uttar Pradesh, with an estimated 20 lakh students expected to participate in this significant examination.

UPSSSC Mandatory Documents

Candidates must ensure they have the following documents when entering the examination hall:

  1. Downloaded admit card.
  2. A valid photo identity proof.
  3. One passport size photograph.

UPSSSC Permitted Items

Candidates are permitted to bring water bottles with them into the examination hall for their convenience.

UPSSSC Prohibited Items

Certain items are strictly prohibited within the examination center, including mobile phones, digital watches, jewelry, and any electronic gadgets.

Dress Code for Male Candidates

Male candidates must adhere to the following dress code:

  1. Wear half-sleeved clothing.
  2. Tie their hair with a simple band, avoiding stylish bands or clips.

UPSSSC Writing Instrument

Candidates are allowed to bring only black or blue pens for the examination, and no roughwork paper will be provided.

Exam Shifts

The PET exam will be conducted in two shifts:

  1. The first shift runs from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
  2. The second shift commences at 3 p.m. and concludes at 5 p.m.

Question Format

The PET exam consists of 100 multiple-choice questions. It’s important to note that negative marking applies in this examination. The test syllabus encompasses a wide array of subjects, including General Science, Social Science, Geography, the Indian Constitution, the Indian Economy, and the History of India.

As the UPSC PET exam dates approach, candidates are advised to thoroughly review and follow these guidelines to ensure a smooth and successful examination experience.


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