Parisksha Niyamik Praadhikaari (PNP) has released the admit cards for the Uttar Pradesh Junior Aided High School 2021 selection process. Candidates who have successfully registered for the exam can download their admit cards from the official website updeled.gov.in. The exam is all set to be conducted on October 17, 2021, in two separate slots based on the post applied. This selection test aims to fulfil a total of 1894 vacancies under various posts such as Headmaster, and Assistant Teacher. Candidates who qualify for this exam will be able to pursue their choice of post, subject to document verification and other remaining formalities.
To download the UP Junior Aided 2021 Admit Card, candidates must use the steps given below –
Step 1: Visit the official website of the recruitment drive i.e., updeled.gov.in.
Step 2: On the website, find the relevant “Download Admit Card” option.
Step 3: Click on the option and enter the required login credentials to access the admit card. These credentials include Registration Number or Provisional ID and Password.
Step 4: Click on the “Download Admit card” option again to submit the credentials and access the document.
Step 5: Make sure to take a printout or download a copy of the admit card before the exam.
The UP Junior Aided 2021 admit card is an important document that must be present on the exam day. Along with the admit card, candidates must also bring a valid ID proof, upper primary level CTET or TET certificate (original draft) etc to the exam centre. Only after presenting the documents at the venue’s entrance will an individual be allowed to appear for the exam. An important tip here to follow is to download the document beforehand rather than waiting for the last moment. This will prevent any last-minute chaos or confusion before the exam.
The UP Junior Aided 2021 written exam is going to be conducted on October 17, 2021, in two shifts – the first shift from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm and the second shift from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm. The first shift will be held for the post of Assistant Teacher across 688 centres within the state. Reports suggest that around 3.33 lakh candidates are expected to appear for the exam. The second shift will be conducted for the post of Headmaster across 49 centres in Uttar Pradesh. Reportedly, a total of 19.5 thousand candidates are expected to appear for the exam. Clearly, the competition is tough and candidates must score as best as they can to be selected for their choice of post.