UPPSC AE Answer Key 2022 Released for Civil, Electrical, Mechanical By Educators; Know Where to Check

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Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) successfully held the AE Recruitment 2022 written exam yesterday, May 29, 2022, through the pen-and-paper mode. The UPPSC Assistant Engineering (AE) Recruitment 2022 comprises of two stages – 1. Written exam and 2. Interview round. The first stage is officially over and answer key for the written exam is likely to come out soon, on the official website uppsc.nic.in., although the exact release date remains a mystery.

The official UPPSC AE Answer Key 2022 is going to release on the official website uppsc.up.nic.in separately for each stream ie, Civil, Electrical and Mechanical. In the meanwhile, candidates can take a look at unofficial keys uploaded online by eductors like BYJU’S Exam Prep: SSC JE, RRB JE, ​​JE & AE Exams, IES-GATEWiz andTricky Mechanical,

UPPSC AE Answer Key 2022 – Coaching Institutes & Educators

The unofficial UPPSC AE Answer Key 2022 are mostly available in the video format on YouTube. To access these videos, candidates can refer to the table given below –

Sr. No. Name of Educator Answer Key Link
1. BYJU’S Exam Prep: SSC JE, RRB JE, ​​JE & AE Exams Click Here (Civil Stream)
2. General Studies with Anup K Verma Click Here (Civil Stream – Paper I)
3. IES-GATEWiz Click Here (Civil Stream – Paper I)
4. BYJU’S Exam Prep: SSC JE, RRB JE, ​​JE & AE Exams Click Here (Electrical Stream)
5. Mission Uttarakhand Click Here (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical)
6. Tricky Mechanical Click Here (General Studies Paper)
7. BYJU’S Exam Prep: SSC JE, RRB JE, ​​JE & AE Exams Click Here (Mechanical Stream)

Candidates who qualify the UPPSC AE recruitment 2022 written exam shall be permitted to appear for the interview round. To determine the chances of qualifying stage 1, candidates can calculate their tentative score using unofficial answer keys. r

UPPSC AE 2022 Paper Pattern & Marking Scheme

The UPPSC AE 2022 written exam comprises of two papers – Paper 1 and Paper 2. The former covered subjects like General Hindi and Concerned Engineering Subject: Paper 1 (Civil, Mechanical or Electrical). The latter was based on General Studies and Concerned Engineering Subject: Paper 2 (Civil, Mechanical or Electrical).

Each paper was held for a duration of 2 hours and 30 minutes, covering 125 questions each for a total of 375 marks. So, each question was allotted 3 marks. Incorrect answer would result in deduction of 1 mark while 0 marks would be allotted to unanswered questions. Thus, the marking scheme is –

Total marks = (3 x No. of Correct Answers) – (1 x No. of Incorrect Answers)

Although the actual figure may differ from the UPPSC AE 2022 tentative score, it will help a candidate decide his/her chances of qualifying for the next stage.

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