UKPSC APO Admit Card 2021 Released at @ukpsc.net.in

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UKPSC APO Pre Exam Admit Card 2021 : Uttrakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has released the admit card for Assistant Prosecution Officer Prelims Examination 2021. Exam will be conducted on 21st November. To download the admit card, you have to click on the direct link given below. You can download the admit card by clicking on the direct link given below or by visiting the official website.

Click Here to Download UKPSC APO Pre Exam Admit Card 2021

How to Download UKPSC APO Admit Card

There are three methods to download UKPSC APO Admit Card / Hall Ticket.

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UKPSC APO ADMIT CARD
UKPSC APO Hall Ticket Download

Direct Link

You can download UKPSC APO Hall Ticket / Admit Card by clicking on the direct link given here.

Second Method

To download the admit card by this way, first you have to visit the official website. Where you have to enter the Date of birth and Registration number to download it. Or you can also use Email and Password to download the admit card.

Third Method

To download the admit card by this way, first you have to click here. then you have to enter your Name, Father’s name and Date of birth.

UKPSC APO Prelims Exam – Overview

  • Name of the Board : Uttarakhand Public Service Commission
  • Name of the Exam : Assistant Prosecution Officer
  • Exam Date : 21st November
  • Official Website : https://ukpsc.gov.in/

UKPSC APO Selection Process

To get selected for UKPSC APO, you have to go through a three-stage exam, which first has to clear the Prelims exam, and then the passed candidates appear in the Mains exam. And the candidates who have successfully passed in both these examinations are invited for the Interview.

  • Preliminary Examination
  • Main Examination
  • Personality Test (Interview)

UKPSC APO Prelims Exam Pattern 2021

PaperName Of The TopicQuestionsNo. Of MarksTime Duration
1.General Studies10010001.30 hours
2.Law10010001.30 hours

There are total 200 questions in this exam. In which 100 questions are related to General Studies and 100 questions are related to Law. This exam is of total 200 marks.

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