UPPSC RO ARO

Eligibility Criteria for UPPSC RO ARO:

Education Qualification:

  • Graduation degrees in any discipline from a recognized university or Institute are eligible.
  • O” Level Certificate with DOEACC Society
  • Hindi Typing: 25 WPM.
  • The Knowledge of English Typing.

Age Limit:

  • Minimum Age: 21 Years
  • Maximum Age: 40 Years

Age relaxation extra as per rule of state government for ST/SC/OBC.

UPPSC RO ARO Selection Process

The UPPSC has prescribed a three-stage selection procedure for the recruitment of review officers and assistant review officers. The UPPSC RO ARO Recruitment exam 2020 consist of the following stages:

  • UPPSC RO/ARO Prelims Exam
  • UPPSC RO/ARO Mains Exam
  • UPPSC RO/ARO Interview

UPPSC RO ARO Exam Pattern:

UPPSC RO ARO Preliminary Exam Pattern

This UPPSC RO ARO Prelims exam has two papers – Paper I and Paper II: General Hindi with two-hour time duration and total marks 200.

  • The UPPSC RO ARO Prelims exam will be multiple choice objective(MCQ) type.
  •  There will be two papers in this examination.
  • There will be a Negative Marking of 0.33 marks (one third) for each wrong answer.

Subjects

No. of Questions/Max Marks

Duration

General Studies (Paper I)

140

2 Hours

General Hindi (Paper-II)

60

1 Hour

Total

200

3 Hours

UPPSC RO ARO Mains Exam Pattern

Candidates will be selected for UPPSC RO ARO 2020 Mains Exam based on the marks scored in the prelims exam.

  • The UPPSC RO ARO Prelims exam will be multiple choice objective(MCQ) type.
  •  There will be three papers in this examination.
  • There will be a Negative Marking of 0.33 marks (one third) for each wrong answer

Subject

No of Question

Max Marks

Time Duration

General Studies

120

120

2 Hours

General Hindi and Drafting

Part – 1 (Conventional)

100

2 1/2 Hours

Part-2 General Vocabulary (Objective Type)

60

1/2 Hour

Hindi Essay

120

3 Hours

UPPSC RO/ARO Interview: Candidates after qualifying the Main Examination will be called for a personal interview.

UPPSC RO ARO Syllabus:

Check here the complete syllabus in detail for UPPSC Review Officer and Assistant Review Officer as per the latest exam pattern.

Paper 1 – UPPSC RO ARO Syllabus for General Studies ( For Prelims and Mains)

  • General Science

  • History of India
  • Indian National Movement
  • Indian Polity, Economy &
  • Culture
  • Indian Agriculture, Commerce and Trade
  • Population, Ecology, and Urbanisation (in Indian Context)
  • World Geography and Geography and Natural Resources of India
  • Current National and International Important Events
  • General Intelligence
  • Special Knowledge regarding Education, Culture, Agriculture, Industry Trade, Living & 
  • Social Traditions of Uttar Pradesh

Paper 2 – UPPSC RO ARO Syllabus for General Hindi (For Prelims)

  • Opposites (10 words)

  • Sentence and Correction in framing (10 sentences)

  • One word for several words (10 words)

  • Same usage and same nature words (10 words)

  • A Noun as Defined by an adjective & adjectives (10 words)

  • Synonymous words (10 words)

Paper 2 – UPPSC RO ARO Syllabus for General Hindi and Drafting (For Mains)

Part-1 (Conventional)

  • Heading of Given Passage, Precis and explanation of the underlined parts
  • Precis in Tabular Form of any given Govt. Letter
  • Correspondence
  1. Official / Demi official letter
  2. Office Memo/Memo/Circular
  3. Communique/Annotation & Reports/Reminder
  • Definition Vocabulary (Administrative and Commercial)
  1. English to Hindi
  2. Hindi to English
  3. Idioms and Phrases
  • Computer Knowledge

Part-2 General Vocabulary (Objective Type)

  1. Opposites (6 words), 

  2. Sentence and Correction in framing (6 sentences), 
  3. One word for several words (6 words), 
  4. Same usage and same nature words (6 words), 
  5. Derived from a Noun & Adjective (6 words).

Paper 3 – UPPSC RO ARO Syllabus for Hindi Essay

  • Literature and Cultures
  • Social Field
  • Political Field
  • Science, Ecology, and Technology
  • Economical Field
  • Agriculture and Commerce
  • National and International Events
  • Natural Calamities – Earth Stumbling, Cyclone, Earthquake, Flood, Drought, etc.
  • National department Plans