View fresh update of UPSC Geologist Recruitment through UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Examination 2022. Union Public Service Commission has released UPSC Geologist Notification 2022 at govt job portal. So find every details of UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Job Vacancy 2022 at UPSC Geologist Online Application Form. View full details of UPSC CGS Exam 2022 How to Apply for UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Recruitment 2022. UPSC Geologist Exam Latest News is available at Upsc CGS Result, too.

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UPSC Geologist Online Form

Job description: Union Public Service Commission notification 2021 for Geologist job posts is here. Govt job seekers can either Apply UPSC Geologist Online Form or check exam result through the official site. For more details check UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Vacancy Notification 2022 full details at following table.

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UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Exam 2022 – Complete Details

Advt. No.: 2/2022
Form Submit date: 22/09/2021 to 12/10/2021
Application withdraw: 20/10/2021 to 26/10/2021
Prelims Exam: 20/02/2022
Mains Exam: 25/06/2022 to 26/06/2022
Application Fee: No fee for SC / ST whereas Rs 200 for Others.
Qualification: Postgraduate degree in Geology or other relevant discipline.
Age Limit: Min 21 whereas max 32 years as on 01/01/2022.
Selection Procedure: Written test + interview
How to Apply:
UPSC Geologist Vacancy Details:
Geologist, Group-A: 100 Post
Geophysicist, Group-A: 50 Post
Chemist, Group-A: 20 Post
Scientist ‘B’ [Hydrogeology]: 20 Post
Scientist ‘B’ [Chemical]: 1 Post
Scientist ‘B’ [Geophysics]: 1 Post
Total: 192 Post
Job PDF: View notification
Online portal: Click here for Registration / Login / Admit Card

UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Eligibility Norms

View UPSC Geologist Educational Qualification and Eligibility Norms at here. Following list shows the full details of qualification for UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Exam.

  1. Chemist: M.Sc in Chemistry or Applied Chemistry or Analytical Chemistry.
  2. Scientist (Hydrogeology): Master degree in Geology or applied Geology or Marine Geology or Hydrogeology.
  3. Scientist (Geophysics): M.Sc Physics or Applied Physics or Geophysics or Applied Geophysics or Marine Geophysics or Integrated M.Sc in Exploration Geophysics or M.Sc Technology in Applied

UPSC Geologist Selection Procedure

Read complete details of UPSC Geologist Selection Procedure. Please note that UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Examination consists of following three successive stages.

  1. Stage- I [Prelims]: Computer based Combined Geo-Scientist (Preliminary) Examination is an objective type test for 400 Marks. Prelims has Two papers to shortlist the candidates for UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist (Main) Examination. Paper-I has 100 marks whereas Paper-II is of 300 marks. Duration of each paper is Two hours.
  2. Stage- II [Mains]: UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Mains is descriptive type exam for 600 Marks. It has Three papers to shortlist the candidates for Personality Test. Duration of each paper is Three hours.
  3. Stage- III [Interview]: Thirdly and final stage is Personality Test that is Interview for 200 Marks.

UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Exam Pattern

Preliminary Exam:

Following table shows the complete details of UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist (Preliminary) Exam Pattern.

Post Name Paper-1 Paper-2
Scientist (Hydrogeology) General Studies Geology / Hydrogeology
Scientist (Geophysics) General Studies Geophysics
Chemist and Scientist (Chemical) General Studies Chemistry
Main Written Exam:

Following table shows the complete details of UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist (Mains) Exam Pattern.

Post Name Paper-1 Paper-2 Paper-3
Scientist (Hydrogeology) Geology – 200 Marks Geology – 200 Marks Hydrogeology – 200 Marks
Scientist (Geophysics) Geophysics – 200 Marks Geophysics – 200 Marks Geophysics – 200 Marks
Chemist and Scientist (Chemical) Chemistry – 200 Marks Chemistry – 200 Marks Chemistry – 200 Marks

UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Exam Syllabus

At first, the Paper-I in General Studies of Stage-I is common for all streams. Standard of Paper-I is equally hard as it may be expected to a science graduate. On the other hand Paper-II of Prelims as well as all 3 compulsory papers of Mains are Stream specific. Each paper is based on Geology, Geophysics, Chemistry and Hydrogeology subjects. The syllabus of paper-II and paper-III is approximately of the M.Sc degree standard. Download UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Exam Syllabus Pdf through direct link. Questions are generally set to test the candidate’s grasp of the fundamentals in each subject. In addition to say, there is No practical examination in any of the subjects.

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UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Result Cut Off

As we states earlier that UPSC Geologist Recruitment Result has three successive stages. At first the UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Prelims Result releases to shortlist for Mains. Then through UPSC Geologist Mains Exam Result filters the suitable aspirants for interview. UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Final Result declares after the interview process. Aspirants may check UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Final Result at this page. Though the result date is yet to announce. Meanwhile check UPSC Geologist Cutoff Marks to view past years’ score.

UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Exam Date Admit Card

Here is the latest update of UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Notification 2022. Indiajoining is listing UPSC Geologist Vacancy through UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist Recruitment. Get admit card of UPSC CGS Exam 2022. Presently UPSC CGSE Recruitment 2020-21 is open for Geologist and Geo-Scientist posts in central service. If you want to check previous score then go to UPSC Geologist Result Cutoff page. Go further on to this page to get all details of UPSC Geologist Qualification, age limit, selection process, UPSC Geo-Scientist Exam Date, and syllabus.

FAQ- UPSC Geologist Combined Geo-Scientist Recruitment Result
Is there negative marking in UPSC Combined Geo-Scientist exam?

Yes. There is negative marking penalty for wrong answers in objective type question papers.

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