IAS Admit Card 2020 – Download UPSC Civil Services Prelims e-Admit Card @upsconline.nic.in or @upsc.gov.in: The Union Public Service Commission will soon release the e-Admit Card for Civil Services Preliminary Exam in the form of IAS Admit Card 2020. The candidates, who had applied online and whose application hadn’t rejected, may download their UPSC Hall Ticket 2020 for here once available for download on the official website.
Update (01-09-2020): UPSC IAS Admit Card 2020 released on the official website and can be downloaded from the direct link given below.
The Union Public Service Commission was formed on 1st October 1926 and is popularly known as UPSC. It is a central agency of India that authorized to conduct various listed below.
- Civil Services Examination
- India Forest Service Examination
- Engineering Services Examination
- Combined Defence Services Examination
- National Defence Academy Examination
- Naval Academy Examination
- Combined Medical Services Examination
- Indian Economic Service/India Statistical Service Examination
The UPSC’s charter is granted by the Constitution of India. The Union Public Service Commission examination is considered as one of the toughest exam in the India with success rate of 0.1% to 0.3%.
UPSC IAS Admit Card 2020
The Union Public Service Commission will issue the admit card for the eligible candidates three weeks before commencement of preliminary written exam. The UPSC will conduct Civil Services preliminary exam on 4th October 2020.
As per the official notification, the UPSC will made available UPSC IAS e-Admit Card 2020 in the second week of July 2020 for downloading purpose on their official website. The candidates should keep in mind that the UPSC will not send UPSC Civil Services Prelims e-Admit Card 2020 by post.
The candidates can download their IAS e-Admit Card 2020 by Registration ID or by Roll Number or by Name from the official website.
UPSC Civil Services Prelims Admit Card 2020
The UPSC will upload the UPSC IAS Civil Services Prelims Admit Card 2020 after the completion of online application process. The Commission will issue e-Admit Card for the prelims as well as main examinations on their official website.
The UPSC Civil Services Prelims Hall Ticker will contain details of the candidate such as name, exam time, roll number, and examination center. The candidates must bring the UPSC Civil Services Call Letter 2020 on the exam day to appear in the exam.
As the examination dates are coming nearer, all the aspirants are anxiously searching for the UPSC Civil Services Admit Card 2020 as it will contain all the details related to the examination.
How to Download IAS Admit Card 2020?
The candidates can download their IAS Call Letter 2020 once the UPSC uploads it on their official website. The candidates have to download their UPSC e-Call Letter only from the official portal as the Commission will not send it.
The Candidates should also carry one photo ID proof along with IAS e-Admit Card 2020 at the time of examination. The candidates found without such documents will not be allowed to enter the examination hall.
The candidates can download their IAS Prelims Admit Card 2020 by following simple instruction given here. The JobsLab.in team will post the direct admit card link on this page once released officially, so stay connected with us for the latest updates regarding IAS Admit Card.
Before going to download the UPSC e-Admit Card, candidates should keep their Registration ID or Roll Number or Name and Date of Birth ready. Also, candidates should browse the official website in Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 9 and above to download their UPSC Civil Services exam call letter.
- Visit the official website of the Union Public Service Commission i.e. upsconline.nic.in
- Navigate to the link labeled as Civil Services Prelims Admit Card 2020 and click it.
- Enter your Registration ID or Roll Number or Name and other details and Date of Birth and then submit the details.
- The UPSC Civil Services Admit Card will be displayed on your screen.
- Download your Civil Services Hall Ticket and take a printout of it for future use.
Official Website: http://upsconline.nic.in | http://www.upsc.gov.in