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UPSC uploads e-Admit Cards in its website
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As the students are getting ready for the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) Civil Services Exam (Preliminary) the commission decided to upload the admit cards of the students in its website. The e-admit cards for this year’s Civil Services Exam (prelims) are available at www.upsc.gov.in. The exam is on 20th May 2012.

The admitted candidates are suppose to get the printout of their e-admit cards and present it at their allotted examination venues. They are also advised to carry id proof like voter card and driving license along with them while they come to the test. In case the clarity of profile picture isn’t good on the UPSC e-admit card, students are also necessitated to carry 2 passport sized photos along with them.

The information regarding the UPSC (Union Public Service Commission)Civil Services Exam’s Roll No. and exam centers are mailed to the students via e-mail ids provided by them in the application forms. In case of any changes or errors in the information, the same has to be mailed to UPSC at uscs[email protected] The last date for the mailing of complaints is 5th May 2012. UPSC says that it will give them sufficient time to make the required changes in the admit cards of the students.

By Jyothi
Tue 01 May, 2012,11:57:00 PM
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