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Name of Post : UPPSC Asst. Prosecuting Officer APO Pre Exam Admit Card 2020

Post Update : 04/02/2020

Short Information : Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has Recently Uploaded Pre Exam Admit Card for the Post Assistant Prosecuting Officer APO Recruitment 2018-19 Those Candidates who have Applied for this Recruitment Exam Can Download Pre Exam Admit Card.

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC)

Asst. Prosecuting Officer APO Recruitment 2019

Advt. No. ; A-5/E-1/2018

WWW.YESSARKARIRESULT.COM  

Important Dates Application Fee
  • Apply Online Form ; 28/10/2018
  • Last Date Apply Online : 25/01/2019
  • Last date Fee Payment : 25/01/2019
  • Last Date Submit Final Form “ 28/01/2019
  • New  Pre Exam Date : 16/02/2020
  • Pre Admit Card Available : 04/02/2020
  • General/ OBC : 125/-
  • Sc/ST : 65/-
  • PH: 25/-
  • Payment Mode : Exam Fee- Debit Card/ credit Card/ Net Banking OR E Challan Only
Age limit 01/07/2018 Eligibility
  • Minimum Age : 21 Years
  • Maximum Age : 40 Years
  • Read the Notification for Age relaxation
  • Candidates have Bachelor Degree in Law (LLB) form any Recognized University
Vacancy Details Total : 17 Post || Post Name : Asst. Prosecuting Officer APO : 17 Post
Important Links
Download Pre Exam Admit Card Click Here
Download Pre Exam Date Notice Click Here
Download Admit Card Notice Click Here
Pay Exam Fee Click Here
Submit Application form Click Here
Download Notification Hindi | English 
Official Website Click Here

 

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