UKSSC Abkari Vacancy 2023-24 : Recruitment, Notification, Exam Date, Apply Online, Eligibility, Admit card

UKSSC Abkari Vacancy 2023-24 : Recruitment, Notification, Exam Date, Apply Online, Eligibility, Admit card

Job Title –for Overview
OrganizationUttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission
UKSSC 2023-24
Post NameUnder Group ‘C’
Number of postsTotal Vacancy – 236 + Posts
Salary (Pay Scale)PAY LAVEL 3
Online Application Form Last DateJob Published Date: 1-12-2023
Last Date to Apply: 31.12.2023
Job LocationUttarakhand
Registration Onlinewww.sssc.uk.gov.in
CategoryRecruitment 2023



UKSSC Abkari Vacancy 2023-24
Post Namefor Overview UKSSC 2023-24
Transport Constable in the Transport Commissioner Organization118
Excise Constable in the Office of Excise Commissioner100
Deputy Excise Inspector in the Office of Excise Commissioner14
Hostel Manager Grade-3 in Technological University02
House Mata/House Keeper in Women Welfare Department02
UKSSC 2023-24 : Recruitment, Notification, Exam Date, Apply Online, Eligibility, Admit card

Under UKSSC Abkari Vacancy 2023-24 Group ‘C’ by Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission, 118 vacant posts of Transport Constable in the Transport Commissioner Organization, 100 vacant posts of Excise Constable in the Office of Excise Commissioner, 14 vacant posts of Deputy Excise Inspector in the Office of Excise Commissioner, Govind Ballabh Pant Agriculture And online applications are invited for selection through direct recruitment on 02 vacant posts of Hostel Manager Grade-3 in Technological University, Pantnagar and 02 vacant posts of House Mata/House Keeper in Women Welfare Department i.e. a total of 236 vacant posts. Interested candidates can apply online on the Commission’s website, www.sssc.uk.gov.in, till 31.12.2023.

To select candidates, the Commission will conduct an objective competitive examination offline or online. The date mentioned regarding the competitive analysis is approximate. Information about the review date will be sent separately on the Commission’s website, press releases in daily newspapers, and through SMS to the candidates on the mobile phone number they gave them in the online application form. It will also be made available through e-mail. Candidates can download their admit cards from the Commission’s website only. Admit cards will not be issued by the Commission through post. Important information will also be given to the candidates on the Commission’s website, E-Mail or SMS. We will meet from. Therefore, candidates should fill only their phone/mobile number and e-mail in the application form. The Commission will publish all the information on its website. Hence, the candidates must occasionally visit the Commission’s website, www.sssc.uk.gov.in, for details regarding the selection process, examination schedule, release of admit card, etc. Keep watching from time to time.

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Designation-for Overview UKSSC 2023-24
Transport Constable in the Transport Commissioner Organization
Total posts-118
Age Limit:-18 years to 30 years.
Nature of post:Non-gazetted/temporary/partially pensionable.
Pay Scale: Rs.21,700-69,100 (Level-03)

(v) UKSSC 2023-24 Educational Qualifications:-

(a) UKSSC 2023-24 Essential Qualifications:-

Must have passed the Intermediate examination of the Board of Secondary Education, Uttar Pradesh or Uttarakhand Education and Examination Council or any other examination recognized equivalent to it by the Government.

(b) UKSSC 2023-24 Preferential Qualifications:-

Other things being equal, in case of direct recruitment, preference will be given to a candidate who:-

Two (1) who has served in the Territorial Army for a minimum period of one year, or (2) has obtained “B” certificate of the National Cadet Corps.

(vi) UKSSC 2023-24 Physical Qualifications:-

UKSSC 2023-24(a) Height-
For General/Scheduled Caste/Backward Caste candidates-165 centimeters
For Scheduled Tribe candidates-160 centimeters
For female candidates –155 centimeters

(b) For male candidates, the chest should be 78 cm without expansion and 83 cm with expansion

(vii) UKSSC 2023-24 Physical fitness:-

Descriptionset standards
Race (distance and time) for male and female candidatesRace of 1500 meters (06 minutes) for men and 400 meters (01 minute 35 seconds) for women.
Chinup for male candidates- Jump rope for female candidates-Chinup 06 times for men. Jump rope 55 times in 1 minute for women.

Note 1:- Physical measurement and efficiency test for the posts of Transport Constable will be conducted as per the prescribed standards which will be of minimum qualifying nature.

Note 2:- (a) Disabled Category LC-Leporosis Cured, AAV/AV-Acid Attack Victims/Acid Victims

(b) Details of abbreviations used related to prevalent categories of disability are given in Appendix-2 (g).

Designation-for Overview
Excise Constable (Office of Excise Commissioner)
Total posts-100
Pay Scale:- Rs. 21,700-Rs. 69,100 (Level-03)
Age Limit:- 18 years to 35 years.
Nature of post:- Non-Gazetted/Temporary/Partially Pensionable.

(v) Educational Qualifications:-

(v) UKSSC 2023-24 Educational Qualifications:-

(a) UKSSC 2023-24 Essential Qualifications:-

  1. It is necessary to pass the Intermediate examination of Uttarakhand Secondary Council or any other examination recognized by the government equivalent to it.
  1. Other things being equal, preferential qualifications, in the case of direct recruitment, will be given to such candidate

Preference will be given to those who:-

(1) who has served in the Territorial Army for a minimum period of two years, or

(2) Must have obtained “B” certificate of National Cadet Corps.

(vi) UKSSC 2023-24 Mandatory Physical Criteria:-

(a) UKSSC 2023-24 Chest Measurement: (For Male Candidates)

For General/Backward and Scheduled Caste candidates except hilly areas.78.8 cm83.8 cm
For hilly area/Scheduled Tribe candidates76.3 cm81.3 cm

(b) UKSSC 2023-24 Height:- (For male candidates)

General/Backward and Scheduled Caste candidates, except hilly areas.For167.6 cm
For candidates belonging to hilly areas162.6 cm
(c) Height:- (For female candidates)160.0 cm

(c) UKSSC 2023-24 Height:- (For female candidates)

For General/Backward and Scheduled Caste candidates, except hilly areas.152.0 cm
For candidates from hilly areas147.0 cm
For Scheduled Tribe candidates of Uttarakhand147.0 cm

(d) Body weight for female candidates only – 45 kg minimum.

(vii) Compulsory Physical Test:-

Note 1:- It will be mandatory for the candidates from hilly areas to submit the certificate of hilly area for relaxation in physical qualifications.

Note 2:- Physical measurement and efficiency test for the posts of Excise Constable will be marks based and the efficiency test will have 3 items as per departmental rules. Each item will be of 20 marks. Thus, this physical measurement and efficiency test will be of total 60 marks. Will be done as per the prescribed standards.

Designation-for Overview
Deputy Excise Inspector
Total posts-14
Pay Scale:-Rs. 29,200-Rs. 92,300 (Level-05)
Age Limit:-21 years to 42 years
Nature of Post:Ungazetted / Temporary / Contributory Pensioner.

(i) Details of vacancies:

Deputy Excise Inspector (Office of the Excise Commissioner)

(v) Educational Qualifications:-

(a) Essential Qualifications:-

Intermediate examination of the Council of Secondary Education, Uttarakhand or any qualification recognized as equivalent by the Government.

(b) Preferential qualification which:-

Other things being equal, such candidate will be given preference in the case of direct recruitment,

(1) Must have served in the Territorial Army for a minimum period of two years, or (2) Must have obtained “B” certificate of the National Cadet Corps.

(vi) Essential Physical Qualifications:-

(a) Height:-

General/Other Category167.60 cm152 cm
Scheduled160.00 cm147 cm
Caste Hill Area162.60 cm147 cm

(b) Chest Measurement: (For Male Candidates Only)

Chest Measurementwithout inflatingupon inflation
Scheduled caste and hilly areas76.3 cm81.3 cm
General / Other Candidates78.8 cm83.8 cm
(Minimum expansion of 5 cm is mandatory.)

(c) Body weight: – Minimum of 45 kg for female candidates only.

Note 1:- It will be mandatory for the candidates from hilly areas to submit the certificate of hilly area for relaxation in physical qualifications.

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Designation-for Overview
Hostel Manager, Grade-3
Total posts- 02
Pay Scale: Rs. 21,700-Rs. 69,100 (Level-03)
Age Limit:-18 years to 42 years.
Nature of Post:-Non-Gazetted / Permanent/Contributory Pensioner.

(1) Details of vacancies:-

Hostel Manager Grade-3 (Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology)

Educational Qualifications:-

(a) Essential Qualifications:-

  1. Intermediate with 1 year work experience in Hostel Maintenance or Mess Accounts.

Experience in maintenance.

  1. Desirable: Diploma or Certificate in Catering
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Designation-for Overview
Housewife / House Keeper (Female) House Mother/House Keeper (Female)
Total posts –02
Pay Scale:- Rs. 25,500 Rs. 81,100 (Level-04)
Age limit:21 years to 42 years
Nature of Post:-Non-Gazetted/Permanent/Partially Pensionable.

(i) Details of vacancies:-

Designation – Housewife / House Keeper (Female)

Designation-

(1) Details of vacancies:-

Designation- Housewife/House Keeper (Female)

House Mother/House Keeper (Female)

1.(Women Welfare Department)

Educational Qualifications:-

(a) Essential Qualifications:-

  1. It is necessary to pass the Intermediate examination of Uttarakhand Secondary Education Council or any examination recognized equivalent by the government.
  2. Two years’ experience of working as a house keeper in a government organization or a reputed nursing home.

Syllabus of written examination:-

For the selection of the above posts, there will be an objective type multiple choice (Objective Type with Multiple Choice) competitive examination of 02 hours of 100 marks, in which there will be questions related to the educational qualification of the post. Candidates should refer to Appendix-01 for the examination syllabus.

Written Competitive Examinations:-

(i) It is mandatory for General and OBC category candidates to score 45 percent minimum qualifying marks and for Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe category candidates 35 percent, otherwise they will be considered ineligible in the written competitive examination.

(ii) Candidates are allowed to take the question booklet of offline written competitive examination with them after the examination.

(iii) O.M.R. Answer Sheet of offline written competitive examination

Will be in triplicate. At the end of the written competitive examination, every candidate will compulsorily submit the original and duplicate answer sheet to the room invigilator of his/her examination room. Failure to do so will render the result of the concerned candidate void. Candidates are allowed to take the third copy of the OMR answer sheet with them. If the examination is conducted online, then after the completion of the examination, the candidates will be given their examination material like question booklet and answer options given therewith and its key through online medium.

(iv) Four answer options will be given for each question. The candidate has to select the best correct one from the four answer options. For each wrong answer given by the candidate to each question, one fourth of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as negative mark.

(v) If a candidate gives more than one answer to any question, it will be considered a wrong answer, even if one of the answers given is correct, still the same negative mark will be given for that question as above. .

(vi) If a question is not attempted by the candidate, i.e. the answer is not given by the candidate, then no negative marks will be given for that question.

(vii) Use of whitener or scratching/cutting of substitutes etc. in the OMR sheet is prohibited and negative marks will be given for this also.

(viii) If any candidate mentions wrong roll number or wrong booklet series in his OMR sheet or does not mention anything, then his OMR sheet will not be evaluated, in such a situation the candidature of the candidate will be considered automatically cancelled.

(ix) In case of online written competitive examination, the question paper and the given answer options will be available only on the monitor / computer / tab provided to the candidate.

UKSSC 2023-24 Merit List :-

Merit list will be prepared on the basis of marks obtained in the written competitive examination. In case two or more candidates obtain equal marks, seniority will be determined on the basis of age (the senior candidate will come first and the junior candidate will come next). The list of finally selected candidates will be published on the website of the Commission.

UKSSC 2023-24 Age:-

The final date of age calculation for all the above posts is July 01, 2023. Thus, for the posts of Transport Constable (Transport Commissioner Organisation), the age of the candidate should be minimum 18 years and maximum 30 years as on the said date, for the posts of Excise Constable (Office of Excise Commissioner), the age of the candidate should be minimum 18 years and maximum 35 years on the said date. For the posts of Hostel Manager Grade-3 (Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar), the age of the candidate as on the said date should be minimum 18 years and maximum 42 years and for the posts of Deputy Excise Inspector (Office of Excise Commissioner) and House Mother/House Keeper (Female). For the posts of (Women Welfare Department), the age of the candidate should not be minimum 21 years and maximum 42 years as on the said date.

(a) Provided that relaxation of 05 years in the maximum age limit is allowed to the candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/Other Backward Class of Uttarakhand State as per Government Order No. 1399 dated 21 May 2005. According to Government Order No. 1244, dated May 21, 2005, relaxation of 10 years in the maximum age limit for Group ‘C’ posts is allowed to the disabled candidates of Uttarakhand. Relaxation of 05 years in the maximum age limit is permissible for the candidates who are dependents of freedom fighters of Uttarakhand as per Government Order No. 1244 dated May 21, 2005. As per Notification No. 6/1/72 Personnel-2 dated 25th April, 1977, ex-servicemen of Uttarakhand will be allowed to reduce the period of their service in the Armed Forces from their actual age and if the resultant age for the post/service is If the person for whom he wishes to be appointed does not exceed the prescribed maximum age limit by 03 years, then it will be considered that he fulfills the condition related to higher age limit.

UKSSC 2023-24 Eligibility for Application:-

For recruitment to direct recruitment posts of Group ‘C’ outside the purview of Uttarakhand Public Service Commission, it is necessary to have one of the following mandatory / desirable qualifications: –

That (a) The candidate should have been registered in any employment office located in the state of Uttarakhand till the last date of receipt of applications.

(b) The candidate should be a holder of permanent residence certificate of Uttarakhand state.

(c) In case the candidate does not have the permanent residence certificate of Uttarakhand state, the candidate must have passed his high school or intermediate or its equivalent level of education from recognized institutions located in the state of Uttarakhand.

(d) According to the government’s letter no. 1097/XXX(2)/2011 dated 08.08.2011, “Employment for the persons who are already employed in state services, but are willing to apply against the posts advertised in this advertisement.” There is no need for registration in the office. “According to Uttarakhand Government’s letter no. 310/XXX (2)/2015 dated 28.07.2015, only the services of Uttarakhand state are included under the services under the state.”

Such candidates, who are working in services other than the services of Uttarakhand state, can get themselves registered in the employment office by obtaining no objection certificate from their department for registration in the employment office. The above candidates, as per the claims made in their online application form and have submitted certificate of registration in the Employment Exchange in the State of Uttarakhand, will be provisionally qualified with the condition that, Present a certificate that they have obtained the No Objection Certificate from their department for registration in the employment office and this information has been given to the concerned employment office. Thus, those candidates will be considered eligible only after presenting certificates to the effect of both the above mentioned.

(e) According to the Government’s letter No. 809/XXX(2)/2010-3(1)/2010 dated 14.08.2012, “The ex-servicemen who have been registered in any District Soldier Welfare and Rehabilitation Office of Uttarakhand State, they will be re- There will be no need to register in the employment office and the certificate of registration issued to the concerned ex-servicemen by the District Sainik Welfare and Rehabilitation Office will be considered equivalent to registration in the employment office.

Note:- For a candidate to apply online, it is necessary to fulfill any one of the eligibility conditions mentioned in paragraph A, B, C, D, E, which is applicable to the candidate.

UKSSC 2023-24 No Objection Certificate:-

It will be mandatory for the candidates who are in government/semi-government service on the date of application to submit departmental no objection certificate.

UKSSC 2023-24 Nationality:-

For direct recruitment to any post in the service, it is necessary that the candidate:-

(a) is a citizen of India; Or

(b) a Tibetan refugee who came to India before 1st January, 1962 with the intention of permanently settling in India, or

(c) is a person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka or any of the East African countries, Kenya, Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania (formerly Tanganyika and Zanzibar) with the intention of permanently settling in India:

Provided that it will be necessary for a candidate of appropriate category (b) or (c) to obtain a certificate of eligibility from the State Government.

Provided that the candidates of Category (B) will also be expected to obtain a certificate of eligibility from the Deputy Inspector General of Police, Intelligence Branch, Uttarakhand.

Provided also that if a candidate belongs to category (c) above, the certificate of eligibility will not be issued for a period exceeding one year and such candidate will be kept in service beyond a period of one year subject to the condition that: That he has acquired Indian citizenship.

Note:- A candidate in whose case a certificate of eligibility is necessary, but it has neither been issued nor refused, can be included in any examination and subject to this condition He can also be appointed provisionally, provided the necessary certificate is obtained by him or issued in his favour.

UKSSC 2023-24 Character-

The character of the candidate for direct recruitment to any post in the service should be such that he is suitable in all respects for employment in the government service. Even during the selection process, if the candidate’s conduct is not found appropriate, his/her candidature will be canceled and appropriate action will be taken against him/her. Punitive action as per rules will also be taken by the Commission for disrupting the sanctity of the examination.

UKSSC 2023-24 Marital Status:-

A male candidate who has more than one wife living or a female candidate who has married a man who already has one wife living will not be eligible for appointment to any post in the service. Provided that the Governor may, if he is satisfied that there are special reasons for so doing, exempt any person from the operation of this rule.

UKSSC 2023-24 Physical fitness:-

No candidate shall be appointed to any post in the Service unless he is in good mental and physical health and is free from any physical defect which is likely to interfere with the efficient performance of his duties. There is a possibility of. Before any candidate is finally approved for appointment through direct recruitment, he will be expected to comply with the rules made under Fundamental Rule 10 in Chapter 3 of Finance Handbook Volume-II, Part-III. Medical Council’s certificate of fitness as per Submit.

UKSSC 2023-24 Reservation:-

Upward Reservation- Reservation for candidates belonging to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes, Backward Castes, Economically Weaker Sections and other categories of Uttarakhand state will be done as per the orders of the State Government in force at the time of recruitment.

Horizontal reservation: Horizontal reservation will be given to freedom fighters, ex-servicemen, women and orphan candidates of Uttarakhand as per the provisions of Uttarakhand and the rules/mandates issued by the state government from time to time. It is mandatory to upload the certificate of reservation category/subcategory along with the application form.

Reservation for Economically Weaker Section will be available only to those candidates who do not get reservation for Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe or Other Backward Class.

To get reservation for Other Backward Classes, only ‘certificate issued for services of Uttarakhand State Government’ will be valid.

The result of the candidate who applies for reservation will be declared in the same category or sub-category, unless he gets a place in the merit of Open Category. At the time of records verification, it will be mandatory to present the certificate related to reserved category/sub-category till the last date of filling the application form.

(i) “Ex-Serviceman” means a resident of Uttarakhand who has served as a combatant or non-combatant in the Indian Army, Navy or Air Force and who

(i) after earning his pension, retires from such service; has retired, or

(ii) has been released from such service on medical grounds, as may be required for military service, or has been released due to circumstances beyond his control and who is medically or has been granted other qualification pension, or

(iii) who has been released without his own request in consequence of reduction in the establishment of such service, or

(iv) has been released from such service after completing a specified period but has not been released on his own request, or has not been dismissed or relieved on account of misconduct or inefficiency and who has been paid gratuity and includes the following categories of personnel of the Territorial Army – (i) (ii) persons in receipt of pension for continuous organized service,

(ii) persons disqualified from medical requirements by reason of military service, and

(iii) recipients of gallantry awards.

(iv) The result of the category of reservation for which the candidate has applied will be declared in the same category or sub-category, unless he gets a place in the merit of Open Category. At the time of record verification, it will be mandatory to present the certificate related to reserved category/sub-category till the last date of filling the application form at the time of record verification.

Note 1:- 1-O.M. of Government of India. NO. 36034/6/90-Estt. (SCT) dated 02 April 1992 Reference

में शासन द्वारा यह निर्णय लिया गया है कि “the ex-servicemen candidates who have already secured employment under the State Govt. in Groups C & D will be permitted the benefit of age relaxation as prescribed for ex-servicemen for securing another employment in a higher grade or cadre in Group C/D under the State Govt. However, such candidates will not be eligible for the benefit of reservation for ex-servicemen in State Govt. jobs.”

2- Notification N0 of Government of India. According to No. 36034/5/85-Estt(SCT) dated October 27, 1986, a resident of Uttarakhand who has served as a combatant in the Indian Army, Navy or Air Force.

Or have served as a non-combatant and in case they apply before completing their superannuation age but within 01 year, they will be allowed the benefit of reservation prescribed for ex-servicemen.

3- No relaxation or benefit of reservation is admissible in the prescribed horizontal reservation to the dependents of ex-servicemen or their dependents.

(ii) “Dependent of a freedom fighter” means (one) son and daughter (married or unmarried) (two) grandson (son’s son) and granddaughter (son’s daughter) (married or unmarried) (three) of the freedom fighter. Is from daughter’s son/daughter.

note 2:-

  1. According to the latest provisions of the Government Orders, 19% of the total cadre posts sanctioned for Scheduled Castes of Uttarakhand, 04% of the total cadre posts sanctioned for Scheduled Tribes of Uttarakhand, 04% of the total cadre posts sanctioned for Other Backward Classes of Uttarakhand.

Upward reservation of 14% and 10% of the total sanctioned cadre posts for economically weaker sections is permissible. In the release, reservation received from the employer’s department as per the roster has been given.

  1. According to the latest provisions of the Government Orders, 30% horizontal reservation for women of Uttarakhand, 05% for ex-servicemen of Uttarakhand, 02% for dependents of freedom fighters of Uttarakhand, 04% for disabled people and 05% for orphan children. Will be permissible. 3. If a candidate claims reservation in more than one sub-category, he/she can claim reservation in only one sub-category.

Which will be more beneficial for him, he will be eligible to get the benefit. 4. The benefit of reservation will be available only on presentation of valid certificate of the respective reservation category.

Note 3:- Candidates should see Appendix-1 for the course and Appendix-2(a), 2(b), 2(c), 2(d), 2(f) for the forms related to reservation. Candidates should get their certificates prepared as per Appendix-2.

Note 4:- The number of vacancies may be increased or decreased.

Procedure for making online application:-

This process will be circulated along with the application form on the online application start date.

UKSSC 2023-24 Fee:-

It is mandatory for the candidate to deposit the following examination fees:-

Unreserved / Uttarakhand Other Backward Classes (OBC)300
Uttarakhand Scheduled Caste (SC) / Uttarakhand Scheduled Tribe150
(ST)/Economically Weaker Section (EWS)150
Disabled candidates of Uttarakhand (DIVYANG150
ORPHAN000

Note:- The application form will be considered completely filled only when the fee is received in the Commission’s account by the prescribed date.

Candidates should read the following important instructions and conditions before filling the application form:-

(1) Filling the application form carefully is an important task. Candidates should fill the application form only after carefully reading the minimum educational qualification prescribed for the post, validity of employment registration, categories and sub-categories of reservation etc., because it is not possible to scrutinize the online form without certificates/attachments. If there is any kind of error in this, the candidature can be canceled even after the final selection.

(2) Candidates must indicate the category/sub-category related to vertical and horizontal reservation in the online application form. In case reservation is not claimed, order dated 08.06.2010 passed by the Honorable High Court, Nainital in Writ Petition (Special Appeal) No. 79/2010 Radha Mittal vs. Uttarakhand Public Service Commission and Special Leave Petition (Civil) No. (S) In view of the order passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in 19532/2010, the benefit of reservation will never be allowed to the candidate. It is necessary for the candidate to possess the reservation related certificate till the last date of submission of application form. At present, reservation is also allowed for candidates belonging to economically weaker section. Candidates applying in this category should also obtain the relevant certificate by the last date of application.

(3) Candidates should ensure that they possess the mandatory educational qualifications and all other required qualifications by the last date of filling the online application form. It is mandatory for the candidate to “Click” the “Submit” button in the “ONLINE APPLICATION” process by the last date for filling all types of complete online application forms.

(4) Candidates should keep the printout copy of the online application form and other records safe with them for future correspondence with the Commission and other necessary use/evidence. If the candidate presents any objection in his candidature or other matters, then it is mandatory to attach the application form etc. documents.

(5) According to the decision taken by the Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission, any candidate should disclose wrong facts in the application form which are not confirmed on the basis of valid certificates or use fake certificates (related to educational qualification / age / experience / reservation). ), such candidates may be debarred from all the examinations of the Commission and also a case will be filed against such candidates under the relevant law.

(6) Candidates applying for the examination should ensure that they fulfill all the conditions of eligibility for admission to the examination. Their admission at all levels of examination will be completely provisional. Mere issuance of admit card to the candidate will not mean that his/her candidature has been finally confirmed by the Commission. If at any stage till the stage of record verification it is found that the candidate was not eligible or his application should have been rejected or he was not eligible to be accepted at the initial stage, his candidature will be canceled and if he Even if finally selected, the Commission’s recommendation will be withdrawn.

(7) After submitting the online application, any request for amendment or change in the entries made in the application such as qualification, category/sub-category related to reservation, age and examination center or any other point will not be accepted. (8) online

Before filling the application, read all the instructions mentioned in the advertisement carefully and fill the online application form correctly. After the online application form has been submitted to the Commission, any change in the details/entries shown in the original application form will not be allowed under any circumstances.

(9) Do not wait for the last date to apply online, rather make sure to submit your online application well in advance. This causes additional load on the website in the last days of the application period and may also deprive the candidates from filling the application form.

(10) There is no need to submit the print out copy of the online application form or any certificate to the Commission office at this stage of application.

(11) The entire selection process to be conducted by the Commission will be conducted under the provisions mentioned in the relevant service rules of the post and the latest prevalent acts/rules/manuals/guiding principles and decisions etc. taken by the Commission from time to time.

(12) The Commission does not give any advice to the candidates regarding their eligibility. Candidates should therefore study the advertisement carefully and apply only when they are satisfied that they are eligible as per the conditions of the advertisement. At the time of record verification, the educational and other mandatory qualifications of the candidate will be considered as per the provisions of the service rules, the candidature of the candidates having qualification other than the rules will be cancelled.

(13) In the online application, arrangements have been made to mention the candidate’s name, father’s name and date of birth as per the high school certificate. Apart from this, it is mandatory for each candidate to give his/her separate mobile number and e-mail. If the candidate does not have his own mobile number, then he should enter the mobile numbers of his family members so that he can get the messages and other information received from the Commission immediately. Apart from the above certificate, no other record will be valid for date of birth.

(14) Admit cards for the written examination will not be sent by post but can be obtained by downloading them from the website of the Commission. In this regard, candidates should visit the Commission website and press

Will be informed through notes etc.

(15) The answer key/keys related to objective type question papers will be published on the website of the Commission after the completion of the examination. After the publication of the answer key, candidates can submit their representation/objection online regarding the question paper and related answers within the stipulated time. Objections received offline or after the prescribed period will not be considered by the Commission. The result will be released considering the questions on which no objection is received, as correct answers.

(16) Candidates are not allowed to use photo camera, calculator, mobile phone, pager, scanner pen or any kind of communication device or any electronic device during the examination in the examination center premises. If they are found violating these instructions, then other action can be taken against them including banning them from appearing in this or all the examinations to be conducted by Uttarakhand Subordinate Services Selection Commission in future. Candidates are advised in their own interest not to bring any type of prohibited material including photo camera, mobile phone, pager, scanner pen or any kind of communication device or any electronic device to the examination venue as arrangements for their security will not be made. can be done. It will be mandatory to follow all the instructions given during the security check at the examination centre.

(17) Unfair means are strictly prohibited: No candidate will copy or cause to be copied from the answer book of any other candidate in the examination hall, nor will he or she give any other kind of unfair help, nor will he or she attempt to give help. Will neither receive nor attempt to receive help.

(18) Conduct in the examination hall:- No candidate should misbehave in any way in the examination hall.

Do not create chaos and do not harass the staff deployed by the Commission to conduct the examination. Any such misconduct will be punished severely. After completion of the examination, go out of the examination hall only after handing over the original and duplicate copy of the answer sheet (OMR) to the room invigilator. If the candidate takes the original or duplicate copy himself instead of giving it to the room invigilator, the result of such a candidate will be made void.

(19) Candidates working under or under the control of the Central or State Government will have to submit the ‘No Objection Certificate‘ of their service employer in original and self-attested photocopy at the time of verification of certificates.

(20) Action against candidates found guilty of misconduct:-

(a) Candidates are cautioned not to furnish any false details or suppress any material information while applying. They are also warned that they should not make any correction or alteration or otherwise alter any entry in any document or its attested/certified copy nor should they submit altered/fake documents. If there is any discrepancy or inconsistency between two or more documents or their attested/certified copies, the candidate should submit an explanation regarding this discrepancy. In case of giving false details in the application form, carrying prohibited material in the examination hall, using unfair means, inappropriate conduct, the candidature of the candidate will be cancelled, along with banning them from the Commission’s examinations and other legal action will also be taken against them. . After the examination, indiscipline committed by the candidates in other stages of selection will also become the basis for cancellation of their candidature.

(b) Candidates are expected to conduct themselves in a manner consistent with eligibility for public service because after selection they have to discharge their public service duties as Government servants. In some cases, it has come to notice that the image of the Commission or the State Government is being tarnished by the candidates with wrong intentions. During the entire selection process, if the conduct of any candidate/candidates is found to be unbecoming beyond a certain limit, their candidature may be canceled and they may also be debarred from future examinations of the Commission. It is also made clear to the candidates that the Commission is an autonomous organization and if any political or other kind of pressure is put on the Commission for any stage in the selection process, action will be taken by the Commission against such candidates.

(21) Even after being finally selected on the post applied for, the candidate does not have any right to recommend appointment unless the Commission, after conducting such inquiry as it deems necessary, is satisfied that He is suitable in every way for the appointment. It is also clarified that the recommendation made by the Commission does not confer any right on the candidate for appointment.

(22) Although priority is taken from the candidate for the examination centres, it can be changed in view of the confidentiality/sanctity of the examination or in view of other practical difficulties. Therefore, the decision of the Commission for determining the examination center will be final and valid.

(23) The short words used in the reservation table of the advertisement should be read as follows –

EWSeconomically weaker section
WOfemale candidate
DFFfreedom fighter dependent
EX.SER.Former serviceman
DIVYANGHandicapped
ORPHANorphan children

(24) The number of posts in the selection process started by this release can be increased or decreased as per requirement. The syllabus of the examination and other conditions and eligibility related to candidature in the examination are clear. Apply after seeing them clearly. Filling the application form means that the applicant accepts all these things. After this, objections on these conditions, eligibility and curriculum etc. will not be accepted in the next stages of the selection process and it will be considered as influencing the selection process.

(25) Along with offline examinations, online (computer based test) examinations are also being organized by the Commission. Therefore, this examination will be conducted through either offline or online process.

(26) In the order of Notification No. 32/XXXVI (3)/2023/01 (01)/2023 dated February 11, 2023 issued by the Government of Uttarakhand, letter number 16/XXX(4)/2023- of Personnel and Vigilance Section-4. Uttarakhand Competitive Examinations (Measures for Prevention and Redressal of Unfair Means in Recruitment) Ordinance-2023 has been promulgated vide number 03(27)2022 dated February 13, 2023. For any misconduct, action will be taken against the candidate as per the provisions of Uttarakhand Competitive Examinations (Measures for Prevention and Redressal of Unfair Means in Recruitment) Ordinance-2023.

part 1

(Issue-20)

Intermediate Level (General Question Paper), Syllabus Subject for Examination – General Hindi (Language and Literature)

  1. Language and Hindi language: Types of language, development of Hindi language, official language, dialects of Hindi, major dialects of Uttarakhand state (Kunauni, Garhwali, Jaunsari).
  2. Script and script: Development of Devanagari script, merits and demerits of Devanagari script, Indian languages ​​written in Devanagari script. Vowels and Consonants, Hindi Numbers.
  3. Hindi Spelling Analysis, Punctuation, Hindi Numbers.
  4. Word Structure: Alphabets, Letters, Prefixes, Suffixes, Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives, Adverbs, Verbs, Gender, Word, person, tense, factor.
  5. Vocabulary: Tatsam, Tadbhava, Deshaj, Aagat (popular words that came into Hindi from Indian and foreign languages) word – monosyllabic polysemy, antonyms (vilom), synonyms.
  6. Introduction to sentence: Definition of sentence, types of sentence, valya-shuddhi. Figures of speech, idioms, proverbs, (introduction and sentence usage)
  7. Sandhi: Vowel Sandhi, Consonant Sandhi.
  8. Writing: Comments, drafting, releases, government and semi-government letters.
  9. Mass Communication and Hindi Computing Various mediums of communication (media), newspapers-magazines, radio, TV (Doordarshan).
  10. Hindi computing, fonts, typing, page-layout.

General introduction to Hindi literature (as per the syllabus of Uttarakhand state and NCERT classes up to 12th)

  1. Pandya Kabir, Sur, Tulsi, Meera, Stakhan, Jaishankar Prasad, Nirala, Sumitranandan Pant, Makhanlal Chaturvedi, Muktibodh, Manglesh Dabral, Rajesh Joshi.
  2. Prose: Rahul Sankrityayan, Hazari Prasad Dwivedi, Premchand, Mahadevi Verma, Shivani, Pilumber Dutt Barthwal, Harishankar Parsai, Shailesh Matiyani, Manoharshyam Joshi, Mannu Bhandari, Shekhar Joshi.

part 2

General Knowledge and General Studies Part-2 (a) Mental Ability and Reasoning

(Issue-40)

The purpose of the questions asked in this section is to measure the ability to cope with various fearful situations, analyze and identify different elements, ability to reason and long-term memory. In this part, such questions will also be asked which are related to Vedic activities, social growth, mathematical ability, spiritual and spiritual power, abstract logical power before concrete, logical reasoning before Gumalak, analysis, following the instructions and detecting gaps and inconsistencies. Is. Whose subject Rattu is as follows.

  1. Deposition and water image
  2. Kunjana
  3. Analogy
  4. Classification
  5. Paper rolls
  6. Kamtra Bhano

nonverbal mental ability test

  1. Frequency creation
  2. Counting of inspectors
  3. Company kitchen 10. Works of art
  4. Labuni Ammur
  5. Collection of works of art

Verbal Mental Ability Test:

  1. Alphabetical examination
  2. Suitwriting/Utination test
  3. Identification of variation
  4. Series test
  5. Sequence Status Paroshan
  6. Direction Knowledge Test
  7. Digit Previous Time Order Test
  8. Deductive testing
  9. Devotee relationship test
  10. Practice of artificial form of mathematical circles

to do

  1. Perception test
  2. Kapan Purva Dhark
  3. Golden Age
  4. Article Chain Kamarag

Ropus

  1. In Ganyaya process,
  2. Llama (leaves)
  3. Meeting moment
  4. Environment of data
  5. Input cacheput password (from computer
  6. Number and duration determined
  7. Calumber
  8. Statement, conclusion and decision making
  9. Judging
  10. Posi test
  11. problem solving
  1. Social Bundi (Moral Thoughts)
  2. Word formation
  3. Clerical error

Fundamental of Computecs Syllabus

Unit It Beate Concepts: Introduction to Computers, Classtiffontion and Generations of computer; Blouk Diagram of Computer, Hardware, Boftware, Firmware, Input devioet, Memory and Storage Duriose, Central Processing Unit, Output devices and Computer Ports, Software: Systern software and Appliostion Software, Concept of Algorithm and Flowchart, Generations of Programming Languages, Unit 21 Operating System

Concept of Operating System, Operating Syxtarn : Open and Proprietary, Venfans of Windows, entre of Windows Opentting System, Windows Desktop, Booting, Shut Down and Sundby options, Start Menu, Keyboard Shortouts Appilostion, Menegurmont using Control Panel, Installing and Uninstalling softwaroj System Tools: Disk Cleanup, Dlak Fragmentation, Working with Windows Explorer, Bustos of

Unit 3: Software Package Word Proonestags Word processing concepts, Working with wροτί document: Opening Closing and saving options, Editing text, Find and replans text, Language chedicing and thesauruses, Formatting, spell cheok, Autocorrvet, Antotent Bullets and mumbering, Paragraph Formatting, Indent, Page Formatting: Header and footer, Tables: Inserting and Importing of tables, Alling and formatting a table; Pictures and Video; Mall Merges Printing documeune Keyboarű Shortouts

Spreadsheet: Spreadshost concepts, Managing worksheets, Formatting of Worksheets and Calls, Entering deta, Editing: Printing a workshoot: Organining Charts and graphat Formules and Functions: Hindling operators in formula, generally used Spreadsheet fimotions: Mathematical, Statistical, Pinanotel, Logicel, Date and Times; Keyboard Shortouts

Presentation Software: Introduction and creation of the presentation, Uss of Templates; Adding new slide, Navigating soross slides, Use of Master Slide, slide show, Saving and Opening of presentation, Text foednatting options, Copy, Move, Delete alddos, Applying dealgus, ring Animations, Slide Transitions, Insert olip art, Insert sound/movies, Viewing the presentulong Teking printout of pressatstion/Handouts; Keyboard Shortcuts.

Unit 4: Working with Internet Beatos of Computer Network and Intemet, Working with Internet, INP, Wob Browsers, World

Wide Web (WWW), Uniform Resource Locator (URL) and Domain Nunes, Uses of Interest, Concept of Search Engines, IP Address, Applications of Internst, Chatting, Video-Confeconving, Emell: Manage an B-mell Account, B-mail Address, configure R-mell Account, log to an E-mail, Sending and Rocelving e-maila, sending filen an attachmenta, Address Book: Uploading/ Downloading Files, Not Etiquettes, Social Impact of ICT in Ednostion, health care and

Governance Unit 51 Cyber Security Virus, Worms, Trojan and Anti-Virus software, Spywars, Malware, Spema, Data Backup and Recovery Tools, Indian IT ACT, Types of Cyber Crime, firewall, Cookies, Hackers and Creokars, Cyber Security Techniques: Authentication, Encryption, Digital Signatures, Anti-Virus, Firewall, Steganography.

Part-2(B) History (India and World)

World Swati Award Bandal. Social and economic situation: Town planning and building construction. Global period: Social, economic and religious situation, politics, literature and religion. pre-vedic sanitya

ancient indian perfume

Post Vedic Period – Social, Economic, Religious Political Life Religion in Literature. Society and politics during the Mahabharata period.

Establishment of Jainism and Buddhism, expansion of etiquettes. Establishment of Nauryakaal Mauryamansha: Chandragupta Maurya, Ashoka and his empire. Publications of the Maurya period, जनाज य कला. On the other hand, the Naurya period- Parsi, Greek, Shakar-Kushan contacts and their cultural influences. Youth leader, administration, society, art, literature, science and culture. Murder and other languages. भोयेर युद्ध्य जारा भर्नकर्मण: बालबुर ब्यरायः चोकर पल्याव चामर्ज्य 800-1200 की नाम पागरड़ीन स्थानसासिक, Economic East

Speculations about Awab- Doblan Ki Raghanach Yukta Dava-Bil Qasim, Madhbhuy Ghaznavi and Gandhi Ke An

‘Medieval Indian History’

Delhi Sagnana- Gunjan, Chilni, Tughlaq, Syed and Jodhi Dansh, Administration, Society, Literature, Art Establishment, Economic

Fear, empire expansion and other fears.

Abil Adalan and Sufi movement, the main saints, the main rulers and their achievements, influence on literature, art and culture. सहज काल्ल्ल- मूगल शाषक 5 Shershah Suri Google Administration and

And their effects.

Ja, the practice of literature and architecture Suri. The character of the fearful, poignant and royal teeth

Dwij Mahata Ghajya of Eyara is the wild Sikh from his Bhugs, Ram Ramka of Guj and his Mughals. ‘

modern fal

The fire of the propitiators in India, Durdhanarji, and the saganad of the French traders.

Sitia Ikar Sristhana Jani- (1757-1858)-Gate Mein Barajya Visar Barthika Niti And Uruko Prabha Prasasanik Nitti.

गृद्भागर’ जनर पर अक्ट और एक पवता: Social Reforms.

British Travel (1858-1947) ? Ka birchi tahan, mundam maranya ya manadh.

Agrasarai and its courtyard. Social and cultural improvement movement in the rural society.

Development of nationalism in India: Reasons for the development of nationalism.

Establishment of Southern National Congress: Borrowed and Extremist Party.

Lord Curzon and his policies.

Partition of Bengal, Swadeshi movement, establishment of Muslim League, Surat session and split of Congress (1907), Nal.

Mitty Suman (1909)

And the national movement Amphal Movement, Lakhanak Chamcha (1910) of 1917

First World War, Gandhi era, revolutionary movements in India and especially, Government of India Act (101) Jalirthipalanagarkar 15 April 1919), Khilafat movement, Aradhyoga movement, Puraniko incident, Lahir Kadiya of Congress, ऋदिदय एल्ला समाधीजन, अधाप गायतेन

राजनल फसीहास, পোয়া report, Jigna Conference, Gandhi Idin Agreement, Biennial and Third Round Table Conference, News

British Government Act (1556)-Kishtan Demand, Chris Nichan, Todi Banking, Vinet-Hind Formation, Interim Government, Rajendrateg Plan, Indian Independence Act (1947), Disama of India

Chieftains of later India. History of the world

Renaissance in Europe and its related main writers, artists and scientists. Is Britain. Main events of the reigns of Henry Bunter, Elizabeth, James II and Victoria.

The French Revolution. The Independent Struggle of Arthrika.

This revolution.

Main reasons for the first and second world wars.

Path-2 (c) Geography (India and World)

Geography of the World: Different elements, structure of the solar system, latitude-longitude, time, introduction to the Earth, constellations, eclipses, origin of rivers, lakes and oceans, high altitude, water, plains, rock, tropical system, water body, sea salinity, sea level. Father, love is destroyed, atmosphere, layers of the atmosphere, structure, temperature, air, cyclone, activity, domestic animal husbandry, energy, mineral resources, industry, population, migration, species, former tribes, Pariyin, differential heating,

Trade (regional economic community) international border lines. Geography of India Geographical introduction, description and structure, climate, transportation system, natural vegetation, animal husbandry, soil, past water resources, irrigation, extra-purpose Gahi Bhati project, agricultural crops, minerals, energy resources, population growth and urbanization, tribal, transportation, communication, foreign trade, capital , Tribes, Environmental crisis: Uba gha ghe sudha pollution, climate change causes and effects.

(1) National movement

Nag-2 (d) Political Science

(A) Reason for rise due to national applicability (५)

Pathar mein marik dudh Bhamajidhya Sulavle (a) Raja Ramamokshana Path Purva Badhatamaj

(c) Local Pivekanand and Cham Krishna Nishan

d) Naharshi Dayananda Saraswati and Working Meeting

(11) Achievement of English education in India

(iii) Indian War of Independence (LV) of 1857. Start of printing in India.

(V) Economic exploitation of India

(vi) Establishment of the Indian National General Assembly, 1885

(vif) Nagal Ta Vidalan, 1906

(viii) Bora Khan’s Abhibhak-Bharat Tya of Vinayak Damodar Savarkar

(5) Non-cooperation movement

Pranad on the politics of India.

(b) Gambat Jayanad of Pum Gandhi

(c) Pouget Act

(f) Jallianwala Bagh massacre (15 April 1919)

(अ.) Non-cooperation movement

Verbal aspect, (2), Negative aspect (খ) Failure of non-cooperation movement or Katran

(c) (a) Rangsan Water

Civil disobedience movement

(h) Decade Rangmayor Banji Bhugh (c) Rhinoceros Report

(d) Complete self-awareness

(d) Quit India Movement

(c) Partition of India

(a) Impact of Second World War on Indian politics

(d) Goldsmith Chandra Grace and Bajad Hind Fauj

(c) August Revolution, 1942

(f) Due to the failure of Quit India Movement

(a) Mukjin people and their nine

6) Special mark Dhaujna

(c) Mountbatten Maujna (d) Reason for partition of India

(2) Gandhism (a) Gandhi’s political views

(1) Non-violence (1) Truth (1) Satyagraha (v) Naming of politics

(v) Idea of ​​Hal-e

(b) Gami ji’s social circle

(1) Insulting the heart

(11) Prevention of untouchable pre-vasuality

(iii) Concept of ‘Harijan’

(c) Gandhiji was a financial healer.

(1) Physical structure of economy

(1) Saint’s theory

(iii) Independence

(iv) Textile industry based economy.

(v) Developed economy

(3) Indian Polity

(or) Features of the Indian Constitution

(2)

Democratic system (1) Republican system

(iii) The concept of “all-warm equilibrium’

(v) Allied Union Tea

(2) Mandate of fundamental rights

(b) Concept of fundamental rights

Equality, freedom, poignant freedom, fundamental rights against exploitation – constitutional

System of Treatments Tissue Ablation.

(c) fundamental duty

Importance of civic duties of the citizens, agricultural cooperation and scientific research, environmental protection, respect for the dignity of the poor, protection of creativity,

national unity and economy

(d) Policy Directive Elements (Basic Concepts) –

Liberal, Gandhian, Tamajayapi and the concept of peaceful Tava-Asitva at the international level

Indian Archives

President, Vice President, Legislative Assembly, Lok Sabha, Law-making process, Ordinance, influence on parliamentary system in case of emergency, Prime Minister, Council of Ministers authority and powers of Prime Minister and Council of Ministers

Parliamentary control

Constitution, functioning, powers, independence of the judiciary, process of impeachment, singer

review

supreme court of india

Citizenship

Conditions for acquiring Indian citizenship. Conditions for loss of citizenship.

National and regional parties

Conditions for attaining the status of national party. Characteristics of regional party.

Importance and role of regional party

Provisions related to Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes in the Indian Constitution, problem of reservation, utility of reservation, shortcomings of reservation provisions.

Panchayati Raj (local self-government)

Urban Local Self Government (1) Municipal Corporation (2) Municipality

rural local self government

Structure, functioning and democratic decentralization of three-tier rural self-government, Panchayat Raj Act of Uttarakhand

Right to Information Act (2005)

(4) International organization

United Nations – Establishment of the United Nations, Objectives of the United Nations, General Assembly, Security Council, International Court, Powers of the United Nations, Role of the United Nations in establishing world peace.

Environment- Problem of global warming, efforts for diagnosis and solution, Problem of pollution, efforts for diagnosis and solution

human rights

Universal Declaration of Human Rights Efforts of the United Nations to prevent human rights violations

arms race

UNO’s efforts to control the arms race

globalization

Need, merits and demerits of globalization

South Asia Problems of South Asia

SAARC – Organization, objectives, achievements and problems.

Indian Economy: Characteristics of Indian Economy, Demographic Trends, Characteristics of Indian Agriculture – Production and Marketing, Agricultural Reforms, Food Security, Industrial Development and Problems, Small Scale Industries, Micro Small and Medium Industries Development and Problems, Policy, NITI Aayog, Currency and Finance. , New economic policy, poverty alleviation and employment generation programs, social security schemes, Indian federal system and tax system, India’s foreign trade trend and direction, balance of payments, special trade policy, World Trade Organization.

Part-2(f)-Current events of state, national and international importance

Countries of the World, Continents, Major Space Events, Religions of the World, Wonders of the World, States of India, Major Books and Authors of India/World, Major Scientific Discoveries, Famous Scientists, Major Awards, Indian Defense System, Health and Family Welfare, Scientific and Technical Development, Computer Literacy, General Science and Technical Knowledge, Education, National Symbols, Famous Religious Places, Major Peaks, Major Mountains, Major Seas, Major Human Rights and Welfare Organizations of the World, Major Languages ​​of India, World Heritage Sites, Major Newspapers , Important dates, sports scenario, major sports and related terminology, conference/exhibition/press, major reports and political developments.

Part-3 Miscellaneous information related to Uttarakhand

  1. Geographical introduction of Uttarakhand: Location and extension, mountains, peaks, glaciers, rivers, lakes, natural resources, coal resources, soil resources, population.
  2. History of Uttarakhand before the British period and after independence, major dynasties, Ramya Katyuri rule period, Chandra rule, Gorkha, Panwar and British rule etc., role of Uttarakhand in the freedom struggle, major freedom fighters and personalities, various movements of Uttarakhand Gaya Khuli Forced labor, carriage, road, Bola Palki, post-independence movements Chipko, Nasha Nahi Rozgar Yo and various aspects of Chhattrakhand state movement, separate Uttarakhand state movement and latest political developments.
  3. Uttarakhand water sources, main rivers, traditional water sources like Naulo, Bara, Paukhar, Chal-Khal, Gaad Ghadhech, traditional means of irrigation like Gul, canal, tube well, hand pump and various irrigation schemes, Ladi Valley Projects, rain based in Uttarakhand. Current problems of agriculture.
  4. Economy of Uttarakhand: Agriculture, major crops, commercial agriculture and agricultural problems, horticulture, flowers, vegetables,

Animal husbandry, fish farming etc., Present status of small and cottage industries like Kan, Kasht, Laud, Copper industry etc., Present conditions of various industries and service sectors in Uttarakhand, Employment trends Migration Compilation

  1. Cultural aspects of Uttarakhand Tradition, living -Tolerance, language, folk songs, folk dances, folk crafts, folk Art, folk chegiev.
  2. Social system and demography of Uttarakhand, abolition of Janwari and land settlement in Uttarakhand, pre-tax Vaitwadi, revenue police system.
  1. Education in Uttarakhand: General Education, Technical Education Health, Conditions of Education and Related Problems.
  2. Tourism in Uttarakhand Religious and cultural pilgrimages like Char Dham pilgrimage, Chanda Rajjat, spiritual quantities etc., major religious and tourist places, adventure tourism like mountaineering, rafting, trekking etc., problems related to rail, air and road transport.

, Environment and ecological conditions in Uttarakhand, water and air pollution, Bhavagya eruption, deforestation, forestry,

  1. 8 Flood, drought and other natural disasters and ecological conditions. Important plans/wear.
  2. General administrative system of the state and
  3. Statistical data released by the state and matters related to it.
  4. 12 Biodiversity in Uttarakhand.
  5. Other worlds.

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