Strategy to Revise UPSSSC PET Syllabus in 2 Months

UPSSSC PET syllabus

Uttar Pradesh Subordinate Service Selection Commission (UPSSSC) conducts the Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) for the recruitment of Group B and C posts in the state of Uttar Pradesh. The candidates who get qualified in the  Preliminary Eligibility Test will be eligible to appear for the Mains Exam.

The UPSSSC PET exam will consist of 100 objective type questions. The syllabus of the examination consists of 15 subjects. The weightage of each subject in the examination is given below.

Subject Marks
India History 5
Indian National Movement 5
Geography 5
Indian Economy 5
Indian Constitution & Public Administration 5
General Science 5
Elementary Arithmetic 5
General Hindi 5
General English 5
Logic & Reasoning 5
Current Affairs 10
General Awareness 10
Analysis of Hindi Unread Passage – 2 Passages 10
Graph Interpretation – 2 Graphs 10
Table Interpretation & Analysis – 2 Tables 10
Total 100

The notification for the UPSSSC PET 2022 is expected soon, and the candidates must be prepared for the examination well in advance with a proper strategy. The candidate must divide the targets into monthly, weekly and daily sub-targets to effectively revise the syllabus within 4 months.

Four-month Strategy to Revise the UPSSSC PET Syllabus

For the convenience of the aspirant, four months can be divided into 24 weeks. Every day can be divided into three different sessions to study three different subjects.

Week 9:00 AM to 1.00 PM 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM
1 Elementary Arithmetic:

● Whole numbers, fractions and decimals

● Percentage

● Simple arithmetic equations

● Square & square roots

● Exponent and powers

● Average


Indian History:

● Indus Valley Civilisation

● Vedic Civilisation

● Buddhism

● Jainism

● Mauryan Empire

● Gupta Empire

● Harshavardhan


Indian Economy:

Indian Economy (1947 to 1991)

● Planning Commission and 5-year plans

● Development of mixed economy: Private & public

● Green revolution

● White revolution & operation flood

● Banking nationalisation


2 General Hindi:

● संधि

● विलोमशब्द

● पर्यायवाचीवाक्यांशोंकेलिएएकशब्द

● लिंग

● समश्रुतभिन्नार्थकशब्द

● मुहावरे-लोकोक्तियां

● सामान्यअशुद्धियां

● लेखकऔररचनाएं (Prose & Poetry)


Indian History:

● Rajput era

● Sultanate era

● Mughal Empire

● Maratha Empire

● British Rule and 1st war of independence

● Social and economic impact of British rule


Indian Economy:

● LPG reforms of 1991

● Economic reforms post 2014

● Farm reforms

● Structural reforms

● Labour reforms

● Economic reforms



3 Logical Reasoning:

● Order & ranking

● Blood relations

● Calendar & watch

● Cause & effect

● Coding decoding

● Conclusive reasoning


Indian National Movement:

● Initial stage of the freedom movement

● Swadeshi and civil disobedience movement – Mahatma Gandhi and other leaders’ role


Indian Constitution & Public Administration:

Indian Constitution

● Salient features

● Directive principles

● Fundamental rights & duties

● Parliamentary system

● Federal system, Union Govt & UR, Union Govt & States

● Judicial framework

4 General Awareness

India’s neighbours:

● Countries, capitals & currencies

● Indian States & UTs

● Indian Parliament

● Days of national & international importance

● World organisations & HQs

● Indian tourism destinations


Indian National Movement:

● Revolutionary movement and rise of militant nationalism

● Farewell amendment and British India Act 1935

● Quit India movement, Azad Hind Fauj and Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose


Indian Constitution & Public Administration:

● District administration

● Local bodies and Panchayat Raj


5 General Awareness

● India’s neighbours

● Indian art & culture

● Indian & international sports

● Indian research institutes

● Books & authors

● Awards & honours

● Climate change & environment



Indian and World Geography

● Rivers

● Water resources

● Mountains & glaciers

● Desert & dry areas

● Forest

● Mineral resources


General Science:

● Basic physics

● Basic chemistry


6 Current Affairs:

National current affairs



● Political geography of India & world

● Climate

● Time zone

● Demographics & migrations

General Science

● Basic biology


7 Current Affairs:

National current affairs

General English:

● English grammar

● Questions on passages

● Graph interpretation

● Table interpretation & analysis

8 Current Affairs:

International current affairs

Current Affairs:

International current affairs

● Analysis of Hindi unread passage

The above strategy is suitable for candidates who have already completed the syllabus. Along with the completion of weekly targets, the candidates must focus on solving MCQs. This helps the candidates in time management and improves accuracy. A systematic study is very important during the preparation for any examination. The main objective of the preparation must be the completion of the UPSSSC PET syllabus.

Also, the candidates are advised to go through the previous years’ question papers as It helps to get a better idea of the level of exam and the kind of questions asked. The candidate must practise at least 2 mock tests in a week to analyse their performance. While attempting the mock test, make sure to attempt it in the prescribed time slot.


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