The Uttarakhand Preliminary Judiciary exam for the post of Civil Judge was conducted on March 13, and the result has been declared by the Uttarakhand Public Service Commission on the official website – ukpsc.gov.in. As per the rank list, 13307 candidates wrote the judicial exam and 139 candidates have been selected. Along with the All India Rank List, the cutoff marks, individual candidate marks and the revised/final answer key has also been released on the site. These 139 candidates will now be eligible to write the main examination, scheduled to be held from August 2 to 5, 2022, as per the official notification earlier released.
How to check Uttarakhand Judiciary Result 2022?
Step 1: Visit the official website – ukpsc.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, locate the ‘Results/Answer Keys’ box on the left side of the page and click it.
Step 3: Click on the link that says ‘Release/examination result regarding Uttarakhand Judicial Service Civil Judge (Jud.) Preliminary Examination-2021’.
Step 4: You will find the links to Result/Cutoff Marks/Candidate Marks/Revised & Final Answer Keys.
Step 5: Proceed to find your all India rank and individual marks.
Step 6: If you find your roll number in the ‘Result’ link, you are eligible to write the main examination.
Direct Links for Uttarakhand Judiciary Result 2022
|Uttarakhand Judiciary Exam||Direct Link|
|Uttarakhand Judiciary Result||CLICK HERE|
|Cut off Marks||CLICK HERE|
|Candidate Marks||CLICK HERE|
|Revised Answer Keys||CLICK HERE|
Civil Judge (Jud.) Cut Off 2022
Candidates who appeared for the preliminary exam can find the respective cut offs for each category below, the cutoff soared high this year as compared to previous years.
|Category||Cut Off Marks|
|Other Backward Classes (OBC)||160.7628|
|Economically Weaker Section (EWS)||141.5328|
General instructions to candidates
- While 139 candidates have qualified for the Main Examination, 13 vacancies in total have been announced under the Uttarakhand Civil Judge post, out of which 3 vacancies have been reserved for women.
- The selection process for the 12 vacancies consists of a three-tier criteria, the preliminary examination, main examination followed by a final interview, after which candidates will be eligible to practice at the judicial post.
- Candidates who have qualified for the main examination are advised to start preparation with previous year papers and also practice for the interview that consists 100 marks.