Recently on 11th October 2020, The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission conducted the prelims exam for class A and B posts in UP Government. The exam was held in two shifts. UPPSC GS Paper-1 was held in morning shift (9:30 AM to11:30 AM), while UPPSC GS Paper-2 was conducted in evening shift (2:30 PM to 4:30 PM). Here all the details regarding the UPPSC PSC Prelims 2020 Examination is available.
Important details UPPSC PSC Prelims 2020 Examination
|Name of the exam||Uttar Pradesh Combined/Upper Subordinate Exam (UPPSC) Prelims|
|Conducting Authority||Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPCS)|
|Examination Date||11th October 2020|
|Answer Key Released Date||13th October 2020|
|Exam Frequency||Once a year|
|Language||English and Hindi|
|Exam Helpdesk No.|
(10:00 AM to 05:00 PM)
UPPSC PSC Prelims 2020 Question Paper
As stated by the aspirants, the overall level of these prelims exams 2020 was easy to moderate. Questions were more based on facts rather than concepts. Here are the all sets of question papers of UPPSC Prelims 2020 examination. There were two papers in UPPSC prelims exam, Paper-1 and Paper-2. Each paper has four sets, containing the same set of question just shuffled to create different sets A, B, C & D. Paper-1 comprises of 150 questions and is of 200 marks, while the Paper-2 consist of less numbers of questions, which is 100. The duration for both papers was two hours.
UPPSC PSC Prelims 2020
As many candidates are waiting to see the official question paper of UPPSC PCS prelims 2020, here we will provide you the link to download PDF files for all sets of the above said exams. This will definitely help the candidates to analyze the level of exam and to check out the toughness of questions from each subject. They can get the idea of exam pattern and this will help them to prepare for the mains accordingly. These question papers will also help the candidates to conduct a mock test for their upcoming competitive exams.
UPPCS 2020 Prelims – Exam Highlights
- This year, in the UPPCS prelims, questions were more focused on static general knowledge rather than concepts.
- The current affair questions were more from rankings, awards etc.
- The Map centric geogrid
- Questions from Modern History have a remarkable portion in history section.
- The number of UP Specific GK questions was less comparatively to the previous exams.