Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has issued the admit card for Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) examination 2019 on February 13, 2019, at upsc.go.vin. Admit card has been issued for the examination to be held on March 03, 2019. The candidates who have registered their names for the examination can download the admit card until the day of examination. The candidates can opt for any one way to download the admit card, either using the CISF number of roll number. In both modes, the candidates have to use the date of birth.
The selection of the candidates was started on December 05, 2018, with the application form commencement for 10 vacancies. The candidates registered themselves for recruitment in the stipulated time frame. The candidates who have registered in time only those have been issued an e-call letter by UPSC.
The candidates have to carry the admit card in the examination mandatorily, otherwise, they will not be allowed to write their examination. Along with the admit card, the candidates have to carry one photo identity card in each session of the exam. Those who don’t have a clear photograph in the admit card have to carry two passport size photographs (one for each session) along with any photo bearing id card such as Aadhaar Card, Voter Id Card, Driving Licence, Passport etc.
UPSC has directed the candidates to appear in the exam premises at least 20 minutes before the commencement of the exam. The entry gate will be closed 10 min before the exam.
If some of the candidates have the discrepancy in the admit card then they have to communicate with UPSC regarding the discrepancy on the admit card. While contacting the UPSC the candidates have to mention his/her Name, Roll Number, registration ID and name & year of the examination.
In the examination the candidates are not allowed to carry any gadgets, mobile phones are strictly prohibited inside the premises.
The selection of the candidates is based on the written examination, followed by PET/PMT and personality test. The written examination consists of two papers, in which paper I is objective and paper II is a descriptive essay type. Paper I is of 300 marks of 150 questions, which is further divided into two parts 150 marks of each. In part, questions related to General Ability and Intelligence will be asked. In part 2 the candidates have to answer the questions related to Professional Skill (Part B).
The candidates have to mark all the answer with Balck ballpoint pen, answer marked other than this will not be evaluated.
In paper II the candidates have to write the essay in Hindi or English language but for solving comprehension and precise writing the only medium is English.
The qualifiers of the written examination have to appear in the PET/PMT which is qualifying in nautre, no marks will be awarded for the examination. However, on failure to perform the assigned task will lead to the disqualification from the recruitment process. Later the qualified candidates will be called for the interview.