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Exam Highlights
  • Exam Name
    UPPSC BEO Recruitment
  • Mode of Conduction
  • Exam Duration
    Preliminary Exam- 2 hours Mains Exam-6 hours ( 3 hours for each paper)
  • Exam Frequency
  • Official Website
  • Total Marks
    Prelims: 300 Mains: 200 for each paper
  • Total No. of Questions
    Prelims: 120 Mains: 80
  • Medium of the exam
  • Exam Dates
    to be announced
Exam Dates
  • Official Notification
    to be announced
  • Start of Registration Process
    to be announced
Eligibilty Criteria

UPPSC BEO Educational Qualifications 2022

The candidates with the below qualifications are selected to appear for the UPPSC BEO Exam.

  1. The candidates with Bachelor's Degree in Education (B.Ed) From Government Comprehended University are qualified for the UPPSC BEO Exam.
  2. The candidates with an LT Diploma from Government Training College are qualified too.
  3. Also, the candidates who have worked for 2 years in the Territorial Army are qualified.
  4. Plus the candidates with a ‘B’ certificate from N.C.C are preferred too.

UPPSC BEO Age Limit 2022:

UPPSC has disclosed the UP BEO age limit on its official website. The UPPSC BEO age limit for different sectors is given below.

Eligible Age Criteria (UPPSC BEO) Age
Minimum age for General Category 21 Years
Maximum age for General Category 40 Years
Age limit for PH Category 55 Years

UPPSC BEO Age Relaxation Limit:

Below are the sector list of the candidate that is allowed to attain certain relaxation in the upper age limit -

Sector Upper Age Relaxation
Scheduled Castes (U.P) 5 Years
Scheduled Tribes (U.P) 5 Years
Backward Class (U.P) 5 Years
State Government employees such as teachers or faculty from Shiksha Parishad or Madhyamik Vidyalaya (U.P) 5 Years
Qualified players with a birth date after 2 July 1974. 5 Years

Note: The candidates with no UP domicile and they refer to SC, ST, O.B.C., E.W.Ss, subordinates of freedom fighters, Ex-Army faculty, Skilled Players, and the P.H category are regarded as unreserved. Moreover, they are allowed to take the advantage of reservation/age relaxation.

Exam Pattern

The aspiring candidate must clear the preliminary exams to qualify for the Mains exam. The prelims exam consists of MCQs. This is conducted only for the process to select the aspirants for the Mains exam. Hence, the candidates will not have these marks added to their further exam marks.

UPPSC BEO Prelims Exam Pattern:

Exam Name Number of Question Total Marks Type of Questions Time duration
General Studies 120 300 MCQs 2 hours

UPPSC BEO Mains Exam Pattern:

Paper Name Sections of Questions With Marks Number of Questions Total Marks Language of Paper Time Duration
General Studies Section A (10 questions of 10 marks each) Section B (10 questions of 6 marks each) Section C (20 questions of 2 marks each) 40 200 Hindi/English 2 hours
General Hindi And Essay Section A- General Studies ( 100 marks) Section B- General Hindi and Essay (100 marks) 40 200 Hindi/English 2 hours

For the Preliminary Exam, there is only one paper-General Study. This paper includes the following subjects.

  • History of India
  • General Science
  • Indian National Movement
  • Indian Agriculture, Commerce and Trade
  • Indian Polity, Economy, and Culture
  • Population, ecology, and Urbanization (In India Context)
  • World Geography, National Geography, and Natural Resources of India
  • Current National and International Events
  • Elementary Mathematics up to class 10th level - Arithmetic, Algebra, and Geometry
  • General Intelligentsia - Logic and reasoning
  • Specific knowledge regarding Education, Culture, Agriculture, Industry trade, Living and social traditions of Uttar Pradesh.

For the Mains Exam, there are two papers. One is General Studies and the other is General Hindi and Essay.

Paper 1(General Studies)- Subjects Paper 2 ( General Hindi and Essay)- Subjects
History of India Part 1- General Hindi
Indian National Movement and Indian Culture To read the Unseen passage, answer questions and assess underlined section from that passage and provide a decent title to that passage
Geography of India Different types of letter writings
Indian Policy Translation of Hindi paragraph to English and English paragraph into Hindi
Indian Agriculture Grammar and Vocabulary
Current National Issues and topics of Social relevance, India and the World Part 2- Essay (Candidates have to write one essay from each section with a word limit of 700)
Indian Economy Section A
International Affairs and Institutions Literary Essay /National International and Temporary National Problems and their solutions /National Development Plans
Development in the field of Science and Technology, Communication, and Space Section B
A recent development in education ( Indian context) Environment, Science/ Environmental pollution, and its solution /Agriculture and Business
Specific knowledge regarding Culture, Agriculture, Industry Trade, Living & Social Traditions of Uttar Pradesh

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