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The UPSSSC (Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission) has issued a PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test) examination advertisement for the first time position for different Group C recruitments in Uttar Pradesh, and these exams are conducted by the UPSSSC. The objective of PET is to replace the preliminary exam for all Group C recruitments. A Group C recruitments were announced in various departments under the control of Uttar Pradesh. To be eligible for this UPSSSC PET 2021 examination, candidates must be between the ages of 18 and 40 and have passed the matriculation examination/ intermediate examination or any examination recognised as equal thereto. Candidates who apply for the UPSSSC PET examination will have to go through only a written examination. The UPSSSC PET written examination will consist of 15 different topics: Indian History, Indian National Movement, Geography, Indian Economy, Indian Constitution and Public Administration, General Science, Elementary arithmetic, General Hindi,General English, Logic & Reasoning,Current affairs, General awareness,Hindi unseen passage Explanation and analysis, Graph Interpretation & Analysis and Table Interpretation and Analysis. Applicants must complete the application form online. Candidates applying for the post of UPSSSC PET examination recruitment must pay an application fee. The fee for GEN/ OBC candidates will be Rs. 185/-, for SC/ST candidates will be Rs. 95 and for PWD candidates will be Rs. 25 to fill out the application form for the UPSSSC PET examination. On the below section of the page, you will get all the information on the UPSSSC PET such as exam pattern, total number of vacancies, exam eligibility criteria, how to apply for UPSSSC PET, detailed syllabus, and other details.

Exam Pattern

Total Marks : 100
Total Time : 120 Min
-ve marking : 0.25 (For each wrong answer)
Subject Qns. Marks
General Knowledge 50 50
Logic & Reasoning 5 5
Elementary Mathematics 25 25
English 5 5
Hindi 15 15
Total 100 100

Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification for UPSSSC PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test):

• Candidates who have completed their 10th grade/ equivalent or higher educational qualification are eligible to apply for the UPSSSC PET 2021.


Important Note: 

Those posts of compulsory qualification less than the High School or its equivalent that fall within the purview of the Commission, if their requisition is obtained, a separate examination/ skill test/ physical examination shall be conducted by the Commission's decision in respect of them, the information of which will be provided on the Commission's website in due course.


Age Limit (as of 1st July 2021) for UPSSSC PET: 

The age limit of the applicants should be between 18 years to 40 years.

*Candidates should be born between 30 June 1981 and 01 July 2003. (both date inclusive)*


The permitted upper age limit relaxations are as follows:

Sl. No


Age Relaxation 



3 years


Sports Category (Skilled Players)

5 years 



15 years

**The upper age limit for candidates belonging to the Other Backward Classes, Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, and other categories of Uttar Pradesh should be as many years as prescribed by the Government.**


• The candidates shortlisted on the basis of the score of the preliminary qualifying examination will be requisitioned for various types of relevant posts from different departments for the main examination and the minimum / maximum age will be allowed as per the service rules.

Sl. No.


Age Relaxations



5 years


Sports Category (Skilled Players)

5 years



3 years



15 years


UPSSC PET Score Card Validity:


• The scorecard of the candidates participating in the Preliminary Eligibility Test will be valid for 01 year from the date of uploading of the result on the Commission's website.

Exam Pattern

Schemes of the UPSSSC PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test) Selection Procedure:

• Written Examination


UPSSSC PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test): Written Examination

Subject name

Total Questions 

Total Marks


Indian History



2 Hours 

Indian National Movement






Indian Economy



Indian Constitution and Public Administration



General Science



Elementary arithmetic



General Hindi



General English



Logic & Reasoning



Current affairs



General awareness



Hindi unseen passage Explanation and analysis



Graph Interpretation and Analysis



Table Interpretation and Analysis






02 hours

Important Note:

I. This exam will consist of multiple-choice questions, and the question paper will be bilingual, written in both Hindi and English.

II. Duration of Examination is 120 minutes.

III. For each correct answer candidate will get 1 mark.

IV. Each incorrect answer will 1/4 marks deduction.

V. The examination will take place offline.


Syllabus for UPSSSC PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test) Written Examinations:

(A) Indian History

Indus Valley Potential

Vedic Culture

Buddhism: Gautam Buddha/Biography and Teachings)

Jainism: Mahavira (Biography and Teachings)

Maurya Bansha: Emperor Ashoka

Gupta Dynasty: Samudra Gupta, Chandra Gupta II

Harsh Vardhan

Rajput period

Sultanate period

Mughal Empire


Rise of British Raj and First War of Independence

Socio-Economic Impact of the British Raj


(B) Indian National Movement

Early Years of the Freedom Movement

Swadeshi and Civil Disobedience Movement: Role of Mahatma Gandhi and Other Leaders

Revolutionary Movement and Age of Rise of Nationalism

Legislative Amendments and the British India Act, 1935

Quit India Movement, Azad Hind Fauj and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bom


(C) Geography

Physical Geography of India and the World

Rivers and Centuries Cree Valley

Ground water resources

Mountains, hills and glaciers

Desert and arid regions


Mineral Processed (especially in India)

Political Geography of India and the World

Climate and weather

Time zone

Demographic Change and Migration


(D) Indian Economy

Indian Economy (from 1947 to 1991)

Planning Commission and Five Year Plans

Development of Mixed Economy: Private and Public Sectors

Green revolution

Milk Development and Operation Flood

Nationalization and Reform of Banks

Economic Reforms in 1991 and the Economy After

Economic Reforms after 2014

Kind improvement

Structural reforms

Labor reform

Economic recovery



(E) Indian Constitution and Public Administration

Indian Constitution

Main features of the Indian Constitution

Directive Principles of State Policy

Fundamental Rights and Duties

Parliamentary system

Federal System, Union and Union Territories, Centre-State Relations

Judicial Structure-Supreme Court, High Court

District administration

Local Bodies and Panchayati Raj Institutions


(F) General Science

Elementary physics

Elementary chemistry

Early biology


(G) Elementary Arithmetic

whole numbers, fractions and decimals


Simple Arithmetic Equation

Square and Square Root

Exponent and Power



(H) General Hindi


विलोम शब्द

पर्यायवाची शब्द

वाक़्यांशों के लिए एक शब्द


समश्रुत भिन्नार्थक शब्द


सामान्य अशुद्धियां

लेखक और रचनाएँ (गद्य एवं पद्म)


(I) General English

English Grammar

Question based on Unseen Passage


(J) Logic and Reasoning


Sequence and Ranking


Odd one out

Calendar & Clock

Cause and Effect

Coding-Decoding (numbers and letters)

Deductive reasoning/statement analysis and judgment


(K) Current Affairs

Indian and Global


(L) General Awareness

Neighboring Countries of India

Country, Capital and Currency

States and Union Territories of India

Indian Parliament, Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha and Legislative Assembly, Legislative Council

National and International day

World Organizations and their Headquarters

Indian tourist places

Art and Culture of India

India and world sports

Indian Research Organization

Famous Books and Authors

Awards & Winners

Climate Change and Environment


(M) Hindi unseen passage Explanation and analysis

02 passages - (05 questions each)


(N) Graph Interpretation and Analysis

02 Graph - (05 questions each)


(O) Table Interpretation and Analysis


02 Table  - (05 questions each)


Application Fee

Fee Payable by Candidates for UPSSC PET (Preliminary Eligibility Test) Exam:

GEN/ OBC candidates: Rs. 185/-

SC/ST/ candidates: Rs.95/-

PWBD candidates: Rs.25/-     


Mode of Payment:

• Pay the Examination Fee Through E-Challan or Online mode (Internet Banking/Cards) by visiting State Bank Collect.

• SBI Internet Banking / Debit Card / Credit Card / Other Bank Internet Banking, or select SBI branch for e-challan for cash payment at any SBI branch.

• E-Challan can be deposited at any branch of the State Bank of India. 

How to Apply

For further information on how to fill out the online application form, see the instructions below.

Step 1: Go to the official website of UPSSSC @ or click on the direct link provided above.

Step 2: Click on "notification/advertisements," and the online advertisement will open, with the list of vacancies.

Step 3: Carefully read the user instructions before clicking "view advertisement" and then "apply."

Step 4: If you are a new user, complete your registration, provide your personal information, your qualification credentials, and so on. After that registration number will be generated and noted down for future use.

Step 5: In the next step applicants upload all of the necessary documents like photos, signatures, and so on. The photos and signature must be in (.jpe/jpeg/jpg, 5kb to 30kb). format

Step 6: Now applicants fill the remaining part of the form, read all of the information, and sign the declaration.

Step 7: After that applicants pay the application fee to complete their application process.

Step 8: Save or Print the application form for future use.

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