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UKSSSC Exam Result & Cut off Marks

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UKSSSC Exam Result & Cut off Marks
September 13, 2021
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UKSSSC Results and Updates

The UKSSSC results, along with answer keys are released on the official website of UKSSSC. (Uttarakhand Subordinate Selection Service Commission) Students can check their results on the UKSSSC website. (https://sssc.uk.gov.in/pages/display/145-online-result-link(marks–cbt)) One can even check old results on this site.

Along with the results, UKSSSC shares the answer key for each of the exams on their official website. Students can check the answer keys and see where did they go wrong. They can even calculate their marks by matching their answers with the answer key and see if they have qualified for the exam.

UKSSSC has not yet declared any results this year. Though, there are a lot of upcoming exams. In the meantime, one can check the answer keys that are available on UKSSSC’s official website and match them with the question paper. One will get an idea about how much they might have scored if they match the questions with the answer key.

 

Cut off related points for UKSSSC results:

The cut-off marks are the minimum marks that a student needs to get to qualify for the exam. It naturally plays an important role in determining the qualification of the student. The cut off for every year changes according to certain criteria. Cut-offs for each exam are generally the same but might vary in some years. UKSSSC releases the cut-off after the exams are over. At present, the cut off for all Group-C exams is 45% for the general category and 35% for reserved categories. UKSSSC makes the cut-off every year based on the following criteria:

  1. The number of vacancies.
  2. Backlog vacancies and reservation procedures.
  3. The difficulty level of the exam
  4. The trend of the cut-off
  5. Marking Scheme of the exam

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The short-listed students can see their names on the merit list which is available on the official website after the results are declared. UKSSSC releases the answer key and the merit together.

The expected cut off for the post of Accounts Clerk is:

Reservation Expected Cut-off (out of 100)
General 62-68 (out of 100)
OBC 55-60 (out of 100)
SC 50-55 (out of 100)
ST 45-50 (out 0f 100)

 

UKSSSC Exam Dates, Fees, Eligibility & Notification

 

UKSSSC Results

The board has recently released the results for the Forest guard exam in Group-C. The exam took place on 16th February 2021 offline mode. The vacancy for this post was 1218. The result is published in a pdf format on their official website. The forest guard exam scorecard contains some specific details like:

  • Name of the Student
  • Passport-sized photo of the student
  • Both of the parents’ name
  • Student’s signature
  • Name of the exam conducting authority and their signature
  • Qualification Status: whether the student has qualified
  • The cut-off marks for the exam
  • Overall score of the examination

The results for the accounts’ clerk was released on 14th July 2021. There was a total vacancy of 142. The exam took place on 15th and 16th March 2021. UKSSSC released the answer key for this exam on 23rd March 2021 on their official website. UKSSSC won’t release the answer keys offline. Students have to check the board’s website to know the answers.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. How to check the results?

  1. Firstly, one has to open the official website.
  2. Then they have to click on “view results” from the sidebar. (They can directly click on the above link to reach the page)
  3. One can view their results there and download the merit list. The merit list might be required in the future.
  4. One can check their scorecard to see if they qualified for athe exam.

Q. What is the cut off marks?

The preliminary exam is MCQ based. There are no subjective papers. So, the cut off of all the exams are the same. The cut off is 45% for the general category and 35% for reserved categories. The cut off for interviews depends on how well the student performs in the interview.

Q. How is the cut off list made?

UKSSSC makes the cut-off list keeping the following criteria in mind:

  1. The number of vacancies.
  2. Backlog vacancies and reservation procedures.
  3. The difficulty level of the exam
  4. The trend of the cut-off
  5. Marking Scheme of the exam

One should not wait for the vacancies to be available and start their preparation as soon as possible. UKSSSC may release an exam notification at any time. One needs to regularly visit the website to keep themselves updated.

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