UPSC Recruitment Test Results 2022 – AD (Cost) Post

UPSC Recruitment Test Results 2022 – Assistant Director (Cost) – Test Date: 28.08.2022 – Check results @

Latest UPSC Recruitment Test Results 2022 – Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released results for Recruitment Test of 16 posts of Assistant Director (Cost) and 22 posts of Assistant Director (Cost). Previously, UPSC released notification for the recruitment of Assistant Director (Cost) in Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance. UPSC invited online applications from eligible candidates for these posts and received so many applications. UPSC conducted recruitment test for the recruitment. The Recruitment Test was held on 28.08.2022.

Now, UPSC has released results for the recruitment test. Candidates are requested to check their results in UPSC official website. The Results were uploaded on 14.10.2022. Now, UPSC has released a list of shortlisted candidates Numbers on the basis of their performance in the recruitment test. Candidates who have appeared on the recruitment test can check their results in the UPSC website.

How to download UPSC Recruitment Test Results 2022

  • Logon to UPSC website and then locate Written Results.
  • Find result notification for above said recruitment test.
  • Then find Result PDF link under the column of documents.
  • Download the Result PDF and check your Roll Number.
  • Find your result and get ready for the next level of recruitment stage.
Organization Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Position Assistant Director (Cost)
Category Results
Test date 28.08.2022
Result Link <<Download>>

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