UPPSC Interviews of Direct Recruitment Posts from June 15!!

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UPPSC Interviews of Direct Recruitment Posts from June 15
UPPSC Interviews of Direct Recruitment Posts from June 15

UPPSC interviews of direct recruitment posts from June 15. Within days of announcing a fresh calendar of recruitment exams affected by the lockdown resulting from the Covid-19 spread, the Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) is all set to kick-start interviews of direct recruitments from June 15.

In these times of the pandemic, the interviews would be held strictly as per the coronavirus protection and prevention guidelines issued by the state and the central governments, inform commission officials.

The commission has entrusted its deputy secretary Satya Prakash with the responsibility of ensuring strict adherence to these guidelines, the officials said.

The commission had postponed a number of recruitment exams and interviews for direct recruitment that it undertakes for various departments. Recently, the commission came out with a fresh exam calendar for 13 recruitment exams the first of which is set to be held from July 18.

UPPSC officials said schedule and interview letters for candidates running for the post of lecturers of state education department for various subjects including Hindi, Geography, Sociology, Commerce, Economics, English, Sanskrit, Mathematics, Biology, History and Civics have been uploaded by the commission on its website. Likewise, interview letters for candidates running for the post of hydrologist (Nuclear hydrology and electrical) as well as hydrologist (Geology) of state ground water department have also been uploaded.

Wearing a facemask or face cover is mandatory for candidates who have also been asked not to wander and roam around or spit inside the UPPSC premises. The candidates have also been directed not to bring their mobile phones or other items with them. The guidelines make clear that any candidate suffering from fever, cough and throat irritation or having breathing difficulties would not be granted entry. They would also need to maintain a minimum of six feet distance with others.

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