Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) has announced the vacancies for the Mandi Parishad Stenographer, Junior Assistant, Account, AMIN, and other posts Recruitments 2018 recently. The candidates were required to apply on the website of UPSSSC for the posts. The candidates were required to apply for the posts before the last date of applications which was 26/12/2019.
Start Date of Application: 05/12/2018
Last Date of Application: 26/12/2018
Last Date of Exam Fee: 26/12/2018
Exam Date: 30/05/2019
Admit Card Released: 23/05/2019
The candidates were required to have passed a bachelor degree in any stream in any recognised university of India for the Mandi Inspector/Auctioneer posts. For Junior Assistant (samanya chayan & vishesh Chayan) posts the candidates were required to have done bachelor degree from a recognised university of India. The candidates were also required to have hindi typing speed of 25WPM. The candidates were also required to have computer knowledge. The minimum age requirement for the posts is 21 years as on 01/07/2018. The maximum age limit of the candidate should be 40 years. The age relaxation has also been provided to the candidates as per the rules.
The candidates were required to pay the exam fee with the application form before its last date. The exam fee for General and OBC candidates was 225/-. For SC, ST candidates too the fee was 105/-. The candidates were required to pay the fee online. The fee was to be made with net banking, debit card, or credit card only.
How to download Admit card?
The candidates who have applied for the posts can check their admit cards on the official website http://upsssc.gov.in/Default.aspx. They would need to open the site in their browsers. As it gets open, they would have to login in it. To login, they can use the registration number and password. Date of birth can also be used in the website to login. After logging in, they would be able to view the admit card. Download the admit card using the link. Once downloaded it is required to take a print out of it.