UPSC civil services admit card 2017: UPSC releases instructions on Admit cards

Posted by Girdhari Singh
October 4, 2017

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UPSC common administrations concede card 2017: Civil administrations competitors should bring a duplicate of Aadhaar card or other distinguish confirmation to show up in the UPSC’s preparatory examination on June 18 on the off chance that the photos on their concede cards are of low quality. In directions issued to the applicants for the test, the UPSC said the individuals who have low quality photos on the e­ concede cards should bring “a photograph personality confirmation like Aadhar card, driving permit, visa or voter I-card and two identification estimated photos one for every session for showing up in the examination with an endeavor”.

 

The concede cards for the examination can be downloaded from the UPSC’s site. The Aadhaar card, issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India, is a 12-digit one of a kind personality number and it can go about as verification of character and living arrangement. The common administrations examination is directed yearly by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) in three phases — preparatory, primary and meeting — to choose officers for Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) among others.

 

Cell phones, number crunchers, IT contraptions and some other specialized gadget, for example, bluetooth and so forth won’t be permitted inside the premises where the examination is being directed, the UPSC said.

 

“Any encroachments of these guidelines should involve disciplinary activity including restriction from future examinations,” the Commission said. Competitors are prompted not to bring any assets/expensive things and packs to the examination lobbies, as sheltered keeping of the same can not be guaranteed. The Commission won’t be in charge of any misfortune in such manner, the directions said. For more information about UPSC Civil Services Admit Card 2017 visit official website.

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