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UPSSSC Stenographer Examination Results Out
The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has released the results of the Stenographer and Personal Assistant competitive examination on the official website.
The UPSSSC successfully conducted the competitive examination on April 3, 2016 at various centres in Lucknow.
The examination was held to fill up 808 posts in various departments under UPSSSC.
Also, the commission released the answer key for set A, B, C and D series that was available online till April 17, 2016.
As per a notification, the results will be visible on the website up to May 25.
Steps to check the results:
- Go on the its official webiste.
- Enter the registration number, date of birth and gender
- Then enter the verification and click on 'See Results'
- The results will be displayed
- All the candidates are advised to take printout of the results for future reference.
The Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission (UPSSSC) is the state organisation authorised to conduct various examination for appointments to various posts. Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission constituted under the provision of the U.P. Subordinate Services Selection Commission Act 2014.
About the Exam
UPSSSC stands for Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Services Selection Commission. This commission is situated in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh since 1988 and conducts various recruitment and competitive exams every year. This year they decided to select the best candidates for the posts of Stenographer and Personnel Assistant by the means of a written examination.The candidates who will qualify this exam will be selected for the post of Personnel Assistant and Stenographer. As a total there are 683 unoccupied seats for the mentioned post as for Stenographer there are 641 seats available & for Personnel Assistant there are 12 posts.
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