Uttarakhand Public Service Commission (UKPSC) is going to release the UKPSC PCS admit card 2022 today, March 16, 2022. Candidates can get the e-admit card for the Upper PCS exam from the official website, ukpsc.net.in. The commission has earlier notified that the entrance exam for the UKPSC Upper PCS preliminary exam shall be held on April 03, 2022. In addition, it had earlier released the advertisement under Adv. no A-1/E-1/PCS/2021-22, for the combined state civil/upper subordinate service exam against a total of 318 vacancies.
UKPSC PCS Exam Pattern
The selection process of the exam has three rounds, preliminary, mains, and interview round. Candidates have to qualify for each round. The preliminary exam is going to have questions based on two subjects, general studies and general aptitude, both objective-type. The first subject shall account for 150 questions and the second paper will be held for 100 questions. For completing each paper, the candidate shall be getting 2 hours. There is a negative marking of 0.25 marks for the answers that have been marked wrongly by the candidates.
For those who are going to appear for the UKPSC PCS preliminary exam, the following steps are going to be helpful in downloading the admit card:
Step 1: Visit the official website of UKPSC, ukpsc.net.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the link that says UKPSC PCS admit card 2022.
Step 3: After this, enter the user id and password on the login page along with the captcha code and click the submit button
Step 4: Cross-check the details available on the UKPSC PCS admit card 2022 and save it on the device for future reference.
The admit card is going to comprise the details such as the date of the exam, reporting time, registration number, roll number, address of the test centre and other instructions coherent to the examination day. Although the admit card of UKPSC is not yet released, on the basis of the last year’s admit card, it may be assumed that while going to appear in the exam, the candidates need to carry admit card, government-issued id proof and a blue/black pen.