GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23 Released, Check Out How To Download

Times of India | 2 days ago | 22-09-2022 | 11:34 am

GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23 Released, Check Out How To Download

GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23: A revised calendar of examinations to be conducted during the year 2022-23 has been released on the official website of the Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC). On the official website www.gpsc.gujarat.gov.in the Commission has uploaded a PDF of all the major examinations tentatively scheduled for the years 2022-23, including those for Nursing Superintendents, Section Officers, Radiologists, Nursing Officers, and Managers Grade I. GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23: Important Information The commission has uploaded the PDF of all the major exams scheduled from September 2022 to January 2023 on their website Eligible candidates can download the revised schedule for various exams including Nursing Superintendent, Section Officer, Radiologist, Nursing Officer, Manager Grade I, Child Development Planning Officer, Veterinary Officer, and others The Prelims/Mains exam for various exams scheduled for 2022–2023 has also been publicly released by the Commission GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23: How to download First of all, go to the official website of GPSC, which is www.gpsc.gujarat.gov.in Now you will have to click on the link which reads -"Download Call Letter’, present on the homepage Now you have to click on ‘Revised Examination Calendar for the Examinations to be conducted during the year 2022-23 as of 21.09.2022" present on the home page Now GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022–2023 can be downloaded in a new window You can now take a printout of GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23 for the later use You can download the GPSC Revised Exam Calendar 2022-23 from the official website at www.gpsc.gujarat.gov.in if you are a candidate for major examinations administered by GPSC.

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The Indian Express | 1 week ago | 11-09-2022 | 10:50 pm
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Times of India | 2 weeks ago | 10-09-2022 | 08:20 am
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