UPPSC APO Admit Card 2020 is out @uppsc.up.nic.in. Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has released the Admit Card for Assistant Prosecution Officer(APO) under advertisement no A–5/E-1/2018 Dated 28 December 2018. UPPSC Exam is scheduled on 16th February 2020. To download UPPSC APO Pre Admit Card 2020, we have given the link to download below. Read on to find out.
UPPSC APO Admit Card 2020
with the release of UPPSC APO Admit Card 2020, the candidates are advised to download the admit card before the exam. UPPPSC has released the admit card of Prelims which is scheduled on 16th February 2020.
UPPSC APO Exam Date
UPPSC APO Exam Date 2020 has been given below.
|Date Of Exam||Time||Venue|
|16th February 2020, Sunday||9:30 am to 11:30 am||
UPPSC APO Exam will be held at the two venues as mentioned above.
How To Download UPPSC APO Pre Admit Card 2020?
With the release of the UPPSC APO Prelims Exam Date 2020, all the candidates are advised to download the admit card from the steps that we have given below.
- Click on the link given on this page below.
- Click on the image that displays the following on the page where the link to download image is given.
- It will direct you to the login page of the admit card.
- Candidates have to enter registration number, date of birth, gender, verification code.
- Click on the Download Admit Card button.
- The UPPSC Admit Card 2020 will be displayed on the screen.
- Candidates have to download and print it to appear for the typing test.
- Also, save it for future reference.
Link To Download UPPSC APO Admit Card 2020
To download Assistant Prosecution Officer Admit Card 2020, Click on the link given below.
UPPSC APO Exam Pattern
The UPPSC APO Exam will be conducted in two stages i.e UPPSC APO Pre Exam and UPPSC APO Main Exam. The Main Exam will consist of two phases written examination and personality test.
UPPSC APO Pre Exam will be conducted with two objective type papers. One paper will consist of the topics from the General Knowledge and the other will ask questions from the specific statutes. The paper one will have only 50 questions and the second paper will have 100 questions related to the Acts. The Question Paper will be of 2 hours of 150 marks. There will be a negative marking of 1/3rd for every incorrect answer.