UP PSC Review Officer Samiksha Adhikari Examination 2017

UPPSC Applications are invited from eligible male Indian citizens for filling up the vacancies for the posts of Review Officer-465 (Samiksha Adhikari), on direct recruitment  basis likely to be made permanent in UP PSC . The posts have All Uttar Pradesh liability and selected candidates can be posted anywhere in Uttar Pradesh. Applications from candidates will be accepted through ON-LINE MODE only. No other mode for submission of application is allowed. CLOSING DATE / LAST DATE OF RECEIPT OF ONLINE APPLICATION: 25.01.2018.

Important Date:

  • Date of commencement of On-Line application : 30.12.2017
  • Last Date for Receipt of Examination Fee in the Bank : 25.01.2018
  • Last Date for Submission of Application : 30.01.2018.

Name of Post :

Samiksha Adhikari and Sahayak Samiksha Adhikari-465

Education Qualification  for UP PSC Review Officer Samiksha Adhikari Examination 2017:

  • Bachelor’s degree in commerce with Accountancy from a University established by law in India or a qualification recognized by the Government as equivalent thereto.
  • ‘O’ Level certificate or DCA or PGDCA in Computer Application from an Institute recognized by the Government.
  • Knowledge of Hindi written in Devnagari Script

Application Fee for UP PSC Review Officer Samiksha Adhikari Examination 2017:

In the ON-LINE Application process, after completing the procedure of first stage, Category wise prescribed examination fee is to be deposited as per instructions provided in second stage. The prescribed fee of preliminary examination for different categories is  Unreserved / Other Backward Class – Rs. 125/-, Scheduled Caste/ Scheduled Tribe – Rs. 65/-, Handicapped – Rs. 25/-

Plan of examination and Syllabus for Preliminary Examination

General Studies (Objective Type) Time- Two hours. Questions – 140 MM- 140 1- General Science, 2. History of India, 3. Indian National Movement, 4. Indian Polity, Economy & Culture, 5. Indian Agriculture, Commerce and Trade. 6. Population, Ecology and Urbanisation (in Indian Context) 7. World Geography and Geography and Natural Resources of India. 8. Current National and International Important Events. 9. General Intelligentsia. 10. Special Knowledge regarding Education, Culture, Agriculture Industry, Trade, Living & Social Traditions of Uttar Pradesh.

General Hindi (Preliminary Examination) (General Vocabulary and Grammar (Objective Type) Time- One hour Questions – 60 MM- 60 (1) Opposites (10 words), (2) Sentence and Correction in framing (10 Sentences), (3) One word for several words (10 words), (4) Same usage and same nature words (10 words), (5) A Noun as Defined by an adjective & an adjectives (10 words), (6) Synonymous words (10 words) Total- 200 Marks

General Hindi and Drafting Part – 1 (Conventional)  Time- 2 1/2 Hours. MM-100 Heading of Given Passage, Precis and explanation of the under lined parts. (3+6+12) 21 Marks., Precis in Tabular Form of any given Govt. Letter 15 Marks., Correspondence 24 Marks ( i ) Official/Demi official letter, (ii) Office Memo/Memo/Circular, (iii) Communique / Annotation & Reports / Reminder. Definition Vocabulary (Administrative and Commercial) (i) English to Hindi (five words) 10 Marks, (ii) Hindi to English (five words) 10 Marks, (iii) Idioms and Phrases (only 5) 10 Marks Computer Knowledge 10 Marks

Part-2 General Vocabulary (Objective Type) Time- 1/2 Hour MM-60 Opposites (6 words) 12 Marks, Sentence and Correction in framing (6 sentences) 12 Marks, One word for several words (6 words) 12 Marks, Same usage and same nature words (6 words) 12 Marks, Derived by a noun & Adjective (6 words) 12 Marks

Hindi Essay Time- 3 Hours. MM- 120 There will be three questions in this paper. Selecting One heading (A/B/C) from each question Essays will have to be written (in given words Limit) (1) (A) Literature and Cultures (words limit 600) 40 Marks, (B) Social Field, (C) Political Field, (2) (A) Science, Ecology and Technology (words limit 600) 40 Marks, (B) Economical Field, (C) Agriculture and Commerce, (3) (A) National and International Events (words limit 600) 40 Marks, (B) Natural Calamities – Earth Stumbling, Cyclone, Earthquake, Flood, Drought etc., (C) National Development Plans.

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