Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the UPSC EPFO admit card 2021 online. Candidates participating for UPSC EPFO exam can download the admit card from upsc.gov.in. The recruitment test for EPFO Enforcement Officer will take place on May 09, 2021.
The call letters for UPSC EPFO 2021 can be downloaded online through upsc.gov.in. Aspirants must have registration number/ roll number and password to access the direct link for admit card download. On successful login, the UPSC EPFO call letter displays on the screen. Before downloading, carefully verify all the details that are available on the UPSC EPFO admit card. Thereafter, click on the download button to take a print out of the admit card.
Aspirants are advised to carefully check the e-admit card and bring the issue of discrepancy in light if any. They must immediately contact UPSC in case they find any incorrect information in the call letter. Candidates who do not have a clear image of photograph on e-admit card will have to bring original photo ID proof and two passport size photographs.
Along with the admit card, UPSC has also released a time table for EPFO exam 2021. Aspirants have to reach the centre before 09:50 AM. The exam will take place from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Moreover, candidates should take a look at the important instructions and COVID-19 advisory to know the code of conduct for the UPSC EPFO exam. It is mandatory to carry a clear print out of the admit card to the centre. Along with that, they also have to carry a photo id proof (Aadhaar Card (With photograph)/ Voter ID/ PAN card/ Driving License/ Aadhaar Enrolment No/ Ration Card/Passport).
Other than that, aspirants are not allowed to carry anything to the exam centre. Some of the prohibited items include mobile phones, headphones calculator, log tables, bluetooth, electronic gadgets. Candidates are also not allowed to carry stationary items and study material to the exam hall. However, they can use normal and simple wrist watches in the exam hall.
It is mandatory to follow COVID-19 at the test centre. Wear a mask and carry a small bottle of hand sanitiser. Maintain social distancing and avoid any gathering at the centre. Reach the test centre 01 hour before the exam for proper checking. Before entering the exam centre, aspirants also have to undergo a temperature check using the thermo guns.