UPSC IAS E-Admit Card 2016 download available-Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the e-Admit Card of IAS prelims exam 2016. UPSC IAS Civil Services Admit Card 2016 print outs at upsconline.nic.in from 1st July to 07th Aug 2016.Admit card of UPSC IAS Civil Services 2016 Main Exam and Preliminary Examination is issued at upsc.gov.in
Download UPSC Civil Services (IAS Prelims) Admit Card 2016: The Civil Services Examination for this 2016 year to be held in three categories as Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination followed by Civil Services (Main) Examination and finally Personal Interview. The IAS prelims 2016 online written exam to be held on August 7, 2016 (Sunday) and the result will be available from end of September/OCT 2016 and IAS Main examination to be held on December 03, 2016 who got passed in prelims exam.
Download UPSC Civil Services (IAS Prelims Exam) Admit Card 2016
IAS prelims exam hall ticket or admit card available at http://upsconline.nic.in/eadmitcard/upsc_ac2/admitcard_csp_2016/ from 01-07-2016 to 07-08-2016, in fact the exam will be on 07th August 2016. So the applied candidate can download admit card before entering into exam hall center.
Home page: http://www.upsconline.nic.in/
Direct link admitcard_csp_2016/admit_card.php1
Enter above link and then go to admit card download page then read instruction carefully and finally
‘Have You Read & Taken the Print Out of ‘Important Instructions’ click yes button
In next page (UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION E-ADMIT CARD) select any one ‘By Registration Id’ or ‘By Roll Number’ to download e-admit card.
Enter your details like roll number/registration id, date of birth etc. and random image code then hit submit button.
In next page admit card would appear and verify all details and hit print button to take e-admit card photo copy.
Note: The Mains Exam Admit Card for IAS 2016 will be available after the declaration of Prelims Result of IAS 2016
UPSC CSE Prelims Exam 2016: The CSE Preliminary Examination contains two papers of objective type (multiple-choice questions) in two seasons Paper 1 starts 09.30 A.M. to 11.30 A.M while Paper 2 starts 02.30 P.M. to 04.30 P.M and carries a maximum of 400 marks.