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UPPSC Regional Inspector Admit Card 2018

UPPSC Regional Inspector Admit Card 2018

About Recruitment Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) had as of late announced 77 vacant posts of Regional/Divisional Inspector (Technical). Numerous Candidates Filled there Online Application Form for these Posts.  Here the Candidates can Check the Detailed Information about Recruitment from the Below Provided Link. About Exam: Every one of the Candidates filled …

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UP 15000 BTC Assistant Teacher Online Form 2016

UP 15000 BTC Assistant Teacher Online Form 2016

The UP Basic Education Board accepts this open door to insinuate its regarded guests who had been announced as FINALLY SELECTED/MERIT LISTED in the Basic Teacher Certificate 2018 Examination. In insubordination of the Honorable High Court, Allahabad Injunction, the Goverment of Uttar Pradesh State issue soon a Notification/Orders in regard …

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Chemistry Optional Books List for UPSC Exam

Chemistry is an interesting Optional subject for UPSC Civil Services Exam. Chemistry Optional is a scoring subject if aspirants have sound knowledge in it. What Books Should you Refer for UPSC Chemistry Optional: Read this Article for Chemistry Optional Books List for UPSC Civil Services or for UPSC Chemistry Optional …

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The Union Public Service Commission

The Union Public Service Commission

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is a constitutional body. The UPSC has been established under Article 315 of the Constitution of India for conducting recruitment to various posts and services under the union government. UPSC traces its origin to the first Public Services Commission established in 1926 and the …

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UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam Pattern

About Civil Services (IAS) Prelims Exam Pattern

Civil Services Preliminary Exam Pattern Aspirants who are going to appear for Civil Services Exam are in the correct place, as they must check the concerned Civil Services Exam Pattern from here. Aspirants are required to undergo three progressive stages to qualify this competitive exam (Stage I, Stage II & …

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