UP PCS-2022: the online application process begins

Applications for the Combined State Senior Subordinate Service Examination-2022, commonly referred to as PCS-2022, will be accepted until April 16.

The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has launched the online application process for the Combined State Senior Subordinate Service Examination-2022 commonly known as PCS-2022 from Wednesday. Applications will be accepted until April 16. There are around 250 vacancies, including Assistant Collector, Assistant Superintendent of Police, Block Development Officer, Assistant Commissioner (Commercial Tax) and District Commander (Home Guards), among others.

Applicants will be able to file fees online until April 12, UPPSC Secretary Jagdish has informed. However, he clarified that the total number of positions offered may increase or decrease.

The PCS (preliminary)-2022 exam is scheduled to take place on June 12, while the PCS (main)-2022 exam is scheduled to take place on September 27, 2022.

It is worth mentioning that PCS-2021 attracted applications from 6,91,173 applicants, while 5,95,696 applicants filled in the form for PCS-2020. There were 5,44,664 applicants for PCS-2019.

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