UPPCL JE 2021 Result Announced for Civil Post; Document Verification on Apr 19
UPPCL JE 2021 result has been announced for the Junior Engineer Civil post. The document verification of the shortlisted candidates will be conducted on April 19.
UPPCL JE 2021 Result Announced for Civil Post
UPPCL JE 2021 result has been announced for Junior Engineer Civil Post on April 8. The computer-based test of UPPCL JE 2021 was conducted on February 21. The roll numbers of qualified candidates have been made available in PDF form. Candidates who have qualified the CBT will appear for the document verification. The document verification of the qualified candidates will be conducted on April 19. Candidates are advised to reach the centre for document verification on time along with the required documents.
How to Check UPPCL JE 2021 Result?
The steps to check UPPCL JE 2021 result are given below:
- Visit the official website of UPPCL
- Go to the ‘Vacancy/Result’ tab
- Click the link, ‘List of Candidates Shortlisted for Document Verification for the Post of Junior Engineer (Trainee) Civil Against the Advt. No. 01/VSA/2021/JE/Civil’
- A PDF file opens in a new tab
- In the PDF file, the roll numbers of the qualified candidates are displayed
- Download the PDF file and save it
Check UPPCL JE 2021 Result-https://www.upenergy.in/site/writereaddata/siteContent/202204081621544871873 Shortlist.pdf
UPPCL JE Calculation of Scores and Qualifying Marks
For correct answer, candidates scored one mark while 0.25 marks were deducted for wrong answers. The scores of candidates were calculated based on the number of correct and incorrect answers. Candidates were required to secure 30 per cent in the online test. Those who secured less than the qualifying marks were rejected from the selection process. Candidates two times the number of vacancies were selected for document verification.
UPPCL JE Exam Pattern
UPPCL JE exam pattern for Civil post was divided into four sections: Diploma Level Engineering Branch Civil, General Knowledge & Awareness, Reasoning and General Hindi. The paper comprised 200 objective-type multiple-choice questions. The total marks allotted to the paper are 200. The duration of the test is three hours
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