UPSSSC PET 2021 exam not mandatory for staff nurse GNM

UPSSSC PET 2021 exam not mandatory for staff nurse
UPSSSC PET 2021 exam not mandatory for staff nurse GNM.

UPSSSC announced PET 2021 exam for group C posts like Lekhpal, clerk but staff nurse GNM may not need to apply for PET 2021.

Staff nurse GNM post can apply for a direct exam like CHO Uttar Pradesh state staff nurse exam.

UPSSSC PET Eligibility criteria 2021

Minimum Age – 18

Maximum Age – 40

Age Limit Criteria:- The applying candidate should be between 18 to 40 years as of 1st July 2021. The age relaxations are as follows for different categories..


Age Relaxations for Different Categories

SC/ST/OBC – 5 Years

Sportsperson – 5 years

PWD – 15 years

UPSSSC PET 2021 exam not mandatory for staff nurse GNM

Minimum Qualification For PET 2021

Minimum -high school pass

Maximum – Graduate postgraduate/Ph.D./Mphil

UPSSSC PET Online Form Registration 2021

The Last Date to fill online form Registration was 21st June 2021

Fees submission the last date was 25th June 2021

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UPSSSC PET 2021 – Application Fee

The application fee should be paid via Debit or Credit card, internet banking & through SBI bank e-challan.

CategoryApplication Fee Online charges Fee

Total Amount to be paid


160 + 25 = 185


70 + 25 = 95


Nill + 25 = 25

Deposited fees shall not be refunded nor carried forward in any case if the application for UPSSSC PET 2021 is rejected/candidature is detected to be disqualified or candidate skipped examination.

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UPSSSC PET exam should not be tougher than other competitive exam like TET or CTET . If you were average at 1 to 9 class school level , then you should clear PET exam easily .

UPSSSC PET 2021 – Selection Procedure

The selection process for any UPSSSC Jobs will be described as below.

Candidate must score minimum qualifying marks in PET written exam

Main Exam Mark’s of the concerned post

Interview/Skill Test (most of the posts don’t require an interview, maybe if applicable)

Document Verification of selected candidate

UPSSSC PET 2021 – Exam Pattern is as follows.

1- objective type multiple choice questions should be asked in the exam

2 – 100 questions will be asked.

3– Exam duration will be of 2 hours.

4 – Negative marking of 1/4th mark of every wrong question

5 – Pattern of Questions from NCERT Secondary/Senior Secondary level from class 1 to 9 level

6– 2 blue/ black ball pen candidates should carry on exam day at the exam venue.

For detailed information kindly visit UPSSSC official website.

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UPSSSC PET 2021 Faqs

Ques 1- What is the UPSSC PET exam known as?

Ans – UPSSSC(Uttar Pradesh ) Organize Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) to hire group ‘C’ and ‘B’ posts. By this PET Exam, the UPSSSC shortlisted candidates will be sitting in the upcoming Group ‘B & C’ main exam
which will be scheduled later.

Ques 2- What is the official site of UPSSSC form online application to PET Exam? is the official site of UPSSSC for the PET exam.

Ques 3- What was the last date for UPSSSC PET 2021 registration and filing online application & submission?

Ans– 21st June was the last date to fill UPSSSC PET 2021 registration & 25th June for online form submission.

Ques 4- What is the eligibility for UPSSSC PET 2021 exam?

Ans – A candidate should be at least Class 10th pass (High School) & must have completed the age of 18 years. The maximum age limit is 40 years.

Ques5 – How many questions will come in UPSSSC PET 2021 exam?

Ans – There will be 100 questions of 1 mark each must be solved in allotted fixed 2 hours.

Ques 6 – What is the maximum validity of the UPSSSC PET score ?

Ans – Maximum validity of UPSSSC PET score will be only 1 year.

Ques 7 – Any Negative marking in the upcoming UPSSSC PET exam?

Ans – Yes 1/4 marks will be deducted for every wrong Question attempted & each right answer 1 mark will be given.

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