UP Anganwadi Recruitment 2021: The application process for the posts of Anganwadi Worker, Mini Anganwadi, and Helper has been completed in many districts of Uttar Pradesh. The candidates who applied for this recruitment are waiting for the release of its merit list.
The recruitment was done to fill thousands of vacant posts of Anganwadi, Mini-Anganwadi, and Assistant in Anganwadi centers located in more than 58 districts of Uttar Pradesh. Applications were to be made for these recruitments in offline mode, for which applications were sought from only female candidates of the respective Gram Panchayat. The candidates who applied for these posts were to be selected on the basis of merit. In such a situation, today in this article we are going to share complete information about how the merit of the applied candidates is taken out.
Calculate Merit Coefficient The percentage of marks obtained by the candidates applying for Anganwadi Recruitment in VIII, 10, or 12 is divided by 10, and accordingly, the merit marks are determined.
Understand this complete maths,
suppose a candidate has got 45 percent marks in 10th and has applied for Anganwadi recruitment, then 45 will be divided by 10 and the quotient obtained 4.5 will be considered as merit coefficient. Similarly, if a candidate has 59 percent marks, then the merit coefficient will be considered as 5.9. A merit list is prepared after adding the marks of all such examinations.