Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the UPSC Admit Card 2019 for IAS/ Civil Services. Candidates who have submitted the application form by 19 March can now download the e-admit card from the UPSC official website, upsc.gov.in. In order to access the hall ticket, use the registration id or roll number with date of birth.
Candidates can download the UPSC IAS/ Civil Services Admit Card before June 02, 2019. Once aspirants visit the upsc.gov.in, click on the link “e-Admit Card: Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination 2019”. In the new window, select the option “click here” to download the e-admit card. Following that, read the important instructions and take the print out of the same. Finally, use the login credentials and download the admit card.
On the exam day, all the applicants have to carry a print out of UPSC IAS 2019 Admit Card, original photo identity proof (as mentioned on the admit card), and black ballpoint pen. Candidates having blurred photograph on the admit card must bring an additional two passport size photographs with them. Before taking the admit card print out, check if all the details mentioned on it are correct. In case there is a need for correction, contact at 011-23381125/011- 23385271/011-23098543 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candidates must check the exam venue in the admit card and reach the test centre atleast 60 minutes before the exam commencement. There will be no entry after 09:20 AM and 02:20 PM for morning and forenoon session respectively. In the test hall, aspirants will not be allowed to carry any debarred items like electronic devices, mobile phones, etc. However, candidates can take simple or basic wristwatch inside the exam hall.
Once the seat is allotted and answer sheet are distributed, candidates must fill the details correctly on the OMR sheet. Fill the responses using the ball black pen and mark only one option per question. Candidates must mark the answers carefully as the test will have a negative marking of 1/3 marks for each wrong answers. The test will consist of two papers of 80 and 100 questions. For the preparation of the exam, candidates can practice the UPSC IAS previous year question papers.
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