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Uttar Pradesh PSC Commission has released APO Prelims Admit Card 2020. UPPSC Commission releases on Monday, Assistant Prosecution Officer APO Admit Cards / e-call letters for applicants. Applicants applied for the Assistant Prosecution Officer 17 vacancies using Registration credentials can download APO admit cards 2020 from January 3, onwards. As per schedule UPPSC has scheduled on February 16 (from 9.30am to 11.30 am) Written Examination for Assistant Prosecution Officer & in prior issues the APO Admit Cards.
UPPSC Commission on Monday released the UPPSC APO Prelims Admit Card (Adv No. A5/ E1/2018). Written Examination for the said post APO is fixed on 16 January 2020.
Against the Adv No A5/ E1/2018 Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) Admit Cards for Written Exam 2020 are released. Applicants who enrolled for Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) 17 posts now can download APO Admit Cards. Officially on Monday, UP Public Service Commission released e-Call Letters for the said posts. At official website uppsc.up.nic.in APO Admit Cards are released. Bringing APO recruitment procedure ahead UPPSC Commission begins the Recruitment procedure deciding Exam date as 16 February 2020 (Sunday).
Earlier Applications were invited in Dec-Jan 2018-19 from eligible candidates for filling 17 posts of Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) in respective Department. After an year Uttar Pradesh PSC Commission revived the procedure and on Monday issued official admit cards at uppsc.up.nic.in
As per schedule fixed by UPPSC Commission Assistant Prosecution Officer (APO) written exam 2020 is scheduled on 16 February 2020 (16/02/2020) from 9:30am to 11:30am. Applicants in large number who applied for the UPPSC APO posts now can download APO Admit Cards from Feb 3, 2020 onwards.
Visiting website uppsc.up.nic.in Using Registration credentials Commission will get download APO call letters. Download e-Admit Card Here
Note- There will be Negative Marking in APO Pre Paper. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one third (0.33) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.
Exam Pattern and Syllabus-
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 subject specific.
The paper one will have only 50 questions and the second paper will have 100 questions related to the Acts given in the Syllabus.
One Question Paper will be of total time- 2 hours duration and Maximum Marks will be 150.
Part - I (Total No. of Question–50 on General Knowledge)
Part–II (Total No. of Question–100 on Law)
Website of the UP PSC Commission- www.uppsc.up.nic.in