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UKPSC Syllabus 2014 Exam Pattern | UKPSC Preparation Books PDF

UKPSC Syllabus 2014

Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) conducts an entrance exam every year for the talented and brilliant candidates who want to make their career in the field of Government.

Here on this page we will give you all the latest exam pattern and syllabus regarding to UKPSC 2014.

In addition to this, we will also provide you the preparation books in the pdf format which helps you to beat UKPSC entrance exam  2014.

UKPSC Exam Pattern

To apply in UKPSC 2014, one should go for online or offline modes. If you are searching for the UKPSC syllabus 2014, then you are at right place.

UKPSC releases various posts and job opportunities in the different field like Polytechnic Lecturer (Group B), Assistant Prosecuting Officer, , Assistant radio Officer, Screening Exam group C, Rangers Officers, PCS (J), Assistant Radio Officer, Rangers officer

UKPSC conducts entrance exam for different posts. Eligible candidates can fill the application form carefully. Eligible candidates will be selected on the basis of written test and after then on interview.

UKPSC Preparation Books

Here we are providing you the study material related to UKPSC 2014:

  • NCERT History
  • History of modern India Raghavan Aiyer
  • General Principles of World Geography Charles Farro
  • Uttaranchal P.C.S. Preliminary Examination Mathematics
  • Economic Survey of India Government of India
  • Modern India by Bipin Chandra

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