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UPPSC Declares PCS (J)-2022 Results: 302 Candidates Qualify

The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has recently announced the much-awaited results of the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service (Civil Judge Junior Division) Recruitment Examination-2022
UPPSC Declares PCS (J)-2022 Results: 302 Candidates Qualify

31 August 2023, The Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) has recently announced the much-awaited results of the Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service (Civil Judge Junior Division) Recruitment Examination-2022, commonly known as PCS (J)-2022. The results were officially declared on Wednesday, August 30, and are now available on the UPPSC website: uppsc.up.nic.in.

Successful Candidates and Vacancy Details

Out of the 303 available positions for judicial officers, a total of 302 candidates have been declared successful in the PCS (J)-2022 examination. It's an impressive achievement, and what makes it even more remarkable is the fact that among the selected candidates, 165 are women, accounting for a significant 55% of the total selections. This underlines the increasing representation of women in the field of judicial services.

UPPSC Declares PCS (J)-2022 Results: 302 Candidates Qualify

Noteworthy Achievements

The results have brought forth some outstanding achievements. Notably, 15 women have secured their positions among the Top 20 candidates in the results. Nishi Gupta from Kanpur has secured the first rank, followed by Shishir Yadav from Prayagraj in the second position and Rashmi Singh from Kasganj in the third position.

Swift Result Declaration

One striking aspect of this year's PCS (J)-2022 result announcement is the swiftness with which it was conducted. UPPSC has set a new record by declaring the results within a mere 48 hours after the conclusion of the interview round, which itself ended on August 28. This remarkable efficiency reflects the commission's dedication to streamlining the recruitment process.

Examination Statistics

The journey to these results was marked by a significant number of candidates. A total of 79,565 individuals had applied for the PCS (J)-2022 recruitment examination. Out of these, 50,837 candidates appeared in the preliminary examination, which took place on February 12. Following the preliminary examination, 3,145 candidates were selected for the main examination stage. Subsequently, 3,019 candidates took part in the main examination held from May 23 to 25. The results of the main examination, declared on August 1, paved the way for 959 candidates to progress to the interview round.

Future Steps and Pending Result

While most of the results have been declared, it's important to note that the outcome for one post is still pending due to the interim order of the Allahabad High Court. UPPSC's Secretary, Devi Prasad Pal, mentioned that the recommendations for the selected candidates will soon be forwarded to the state government. Subsequently, the marks and category-wise cutoffs of all candidates will be made available on the official UPPSC website.

Top-10 Performers of PCS (J)-2022

Here's a glimpse of the top performers who shone in the PCS (J)-2022 results:

  1. Nishi Gupta
  2. Shishir Yadav
  3. Rashmi Singh
  4. Snehil Kunwar Singh
  5. Hazique Husain Ansari
  6. Raveena
  7. Shivali Misra
  8. Mohd D Younis

Efficient Timelines and Notable Changes

UPPSC's efficiency in handling the entire PCS (J)-2022 process has been commendable. From the acceptance of online applications, which began on December 10, 2022, to the final results declared on August 30, the entire process was wrapped up within a span of nine months. This quick turnaround highlights the commitment of the commission towards a seamless recruitment procedure.

UPPSC Declares PCS (J)-2022 Results: 302 Candidates Qualify

Changes in PCS (J)-2022 Examination

The PCS (J)-2022 examination witnessed some significant changes. The Uttar Pradesh Judicial Service (Fourth Amendment) Rules 2022, approved during the cabinet meeting in April 2022, brought about alterations in the examination pattern. Notably, the question paper's English language section, originally valued at 200 marks, was divided equally into 100 marks each for English and Hindi languages. Additionally, the recruitment process incorporated a 4% reservation for physically challenged candidates.

Looking Ahead

As the selected candidates gear up for their roles as judicial officers, the UPPSC continues to be at the forefront of efficient and transparent recruitment processes. With an eye towards the future, the commission's commitment to excellence remains steadfast.

For those eagerly awaiting the results, you can check them directly through this link.