UKPSC Assistant Professor result 2020 declared at ukpsc.gov.in, here’s direct link
UKPSC Assistant Professor result 2020: The Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) has declared the result for the Assistant Professor recruitment for the Economics and Sanskrit Subjects on its official website.
Candidates who have appeared in the recruitment examination can check their results online at ukpsc.gov.in.
How to check UKPSC Assistant Professor result 2020 :
Visit the official website at ukpsc.gov.in
On the homepage, go to the Recent Update section and click on the link that reads, “UKPSC Result 2020 for Assistant Professor Economics/Sanskrit”
The UKPSC Assistant Professor result 2020 in a pdf format will be displayed on the screen
Download the results and take its print out for future use.
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