Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission declared the final result of Combined State / Senior Subordinate Service (General Selection) Examination PCS 2020 on Monday evening. Shivakshi Dixit of Lucknow won the capital by securing the second position. Sanchita of Delhi topped this exam. Third place is Mohit Rawat of Palwal (Haryana). In this exam, 476 candidates have been selected for 487 posts, while 11 candidates are yet to be filled due to lack of qualified candidates. The special thing is that daughters were dominated in merit. First and second place were occupied by daughters while in the top-3, five made it to the top-10.
After studying high school and intermediate from Lucknow, Shivakshi Dixit moved to Delhi where she graduated in B.Com (Hons) from Shriram College of Commerce. After this, Shivakshi started her master’s in Economics and also continued the preparation of PCS. Shivakshi’s father Late. Krishnakant Dixit was the bank manager and her mother Veena Dixit is the teacher. Shivakshi told that the parents always encouraged and guided me. He has graduated from high school, Pryngdale and Lamart. To succeed in the exam, read NCERT books, focus on revision and maintain focus on current affairs.
Bhupendra’s dream of working as an SSO in Lesa fulfilled the dream of Bhupendra Singh posted in the post of SSO at Cooper Road Substation of Lesa. Similarly, Unnao resident Prashant Verma got 39th rank in PCS. After studying LLB from Allahabad, he has been appointed as SDM in PCS in the third attempt.
Results available on the website
, 845 candidates were successful in the result of the PCS 2020 main examination announced on 20 March. Interviews were conducted from April 1 to 8, with 43 candidates not attending. The test results are available on the website of the commission. Those candidates who have declared the provisionally written in front of the candidates declared as successful, should submit the desired record within the stipulated time, otherwise, their candidature will be canceled. Information related to the result, marks, and category-wise / post-wise cutoff marks will be uploaded on the website soon.
RTI applications will not be accepted Applications
in this regard will not be accepted under RTI. Between 21 and 25 January 2021, a total of 4589 candidates appeared in the main examination held at various centers in Prayagraj, Ghaziabad, and Lucknow. 5,95,696 candidates applied for the recruitment. On October 11, 3,14,699 candidates appeared in the preliminary examination held in 19 cities.