IFS Admit Card 2021 - Download UPSC IFS Admit Card for prelims, mains & interview here
IFS Admit Card 2021 - IFS admit card 2021 for prelims will be released in September 2021. The UPSC IFS admit card 2021 will be released in online mode on the UPSC official website - upsc.gov.in. Candidates can download the IFS admit card 2021 using their login credentials like registration no or roll number.
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Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) will release the IFS admit card 2021 separately for every stage of the exam. The IFS 2021 and UPSC IAS 2021 prelims exam is to be conducted on October 10, 2021. Usually the IFS admit card is usually released 15 to 20 days prior to the IFS pre or mains exam. Candidates need to carry the UPSC IFS hall ticket 2021 on the UPSC Civil Services exam day else they won't be permitted to appear for the IFS exam. To know more about IFS admit card 2021 read the article below.
Exam conducting body
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
UPSC official website
Mode of IFS exam
Stages of exam
IFS admit card release mode
IFS hall ticket format
IFS Admit Card 2021 - Important Dates
UPSC IFS admit card 2021 exact release date is not known yet but the admit card is expected to be in the month of June, 2021. Check the table below for other important IFS exam dates 2021.
IFS exam date 2021
IFS exam dates
IFS admit card 2021 release date (prelims)
IFS prelims exam 2021
October 10, 2021
Maisn IFS admit card release date
February 27, 2022 to March 8, 2022
Interview call letter release date
To be announced
How to download the IFS Admit Card 2021?
The IFS admit card is released in online mode on the UPSC official website. To download the IFS e-admit card 2021 candidates need to follow the below mentioned steps.
Go to the UPSC official website - upsc.gov.in
Click on the “IFS e-admit Card 2021” link
Enter the login credentials in the login window and press submit
The IFS admit card 2021 will be displayed on the screen in PDF format
Check the details printed on the IFS hall ticket displayed on the screen
Take a print out of the UPSC IFS hall ticket and download the same for future reference
IFS Admit Card 2021 - Stages of UPSC IFS e-call letter
UPSC releases the IFS admit card separately for all the stages of the Indian Forest Services exam. Candidates clearing one stage of the IFS exam will be eligible to appear for the subsequent stage of the exam. The different stages of the UPSC IFS e-admit card are mentioned below:
IFS e-admit card 2021 for prelims
UPSC IFS e-admit card 2021 for mains
IFS e-call letter 2021 for interview
Details printed on the IFS admit card 2021
There are multiple details printed on the UPSC 2021 admit card. Candidates are advised to check all the details printed on the UPSC hall ticket, incase of any discrepancy in the details printed on the UPSC exam admit card candidates need to contact the concerned authorities to resolve the issue. Details printed on the admit card of UPSC 2021 are listed below.
Date of birth
Exam date and time
COVID-19 SOPs and guidelines
IFS exam day guidelines and more
What documents to carry with the IFS Admit Card 2021?
Candidates need to carry an original valid photo ID card along with the IFS e-admit card on the IFS examination day. The list of valid ID cards is mentioned below:
Voter id card
Aadhar card, etc.
IFS Admit Card 2021 - What to do incase you forget Registration ID
Incase a candidates forget their IFS registration ID, they can retrieve the same by following the below mentioned steps:
Click on the link Forgot Registration ID given on the IFS e-admit card login window
Enter the details as asked like - candidate's name, father's name, mother's name and date of birth and press submit
The candidates IFS registration ID will be sent to their official registered email address and mobile number
Candidates can use the same registration ID to download the UPSC IFS admit card 2021
IFS Exam Day Guidelines
Any electronic devices, gadgets and accessories are not allowed inside the IFS examination centre
Candidates must carry an original valid photo identity card along with the IFS e-admit card printout
Candidates appearing for the IFS exam 2021 must follow all exam day instructions set by the authorities
Candidates are advised to reach the IFS exam centre 2021 a bit early to avoid being late
Candidates must keep the print out of the IFS admit card 2021 for future reference
IFS COVID-19 Guidelines
Candidates need to wear a face mask or shield for the full duration of the IFS exam
Candidates must carry their own hand sanitizer to the IFS exam centre in a transparent bottle
No drinking water will be provided by the authorities, so candidates should carry their own drinking water in a transparent bottle
Candidates have to follow all the social distancing guidelines and SOPs set by the UPSC and the health ministry
Other relevant exams
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IFS Admit Card 2021 - Download UPSC IFS Admit Card for prelims, mains & interview here
Question: Does UPSC mail a hard copy of the IFS admit card to the candidates?
No, UPSC does not mail the hard copy of the IFS 2021 admit card.
Question: Are the COVID-19 SOPs still in place for the IFS exam?
Yes the COVID-19 protocols and SOPs are still in place for the IFS exam.
Question: What is the minimum age to apply for the IFS 2021 exam?
The minimum age to apply for the IFS 2021 exam is 21 years.
Question: When is the prelims UPSC IFS 2021 exam scheduled to be conducted?
UPSC IFS 2021 prelims exam is scheduled to be held on October 10, 2021.
Questions related to UPSC IFS
On what basis is the country of posting decided ? ( i.e. how is it decided that a person works in india or abroad, and if abroad how is the country decided) do you have a higher chance of getting posted in a country if you know their national language? (i.e japanese for japan,chinese for china) !?!
Hope you are doing great! There are many factors which decide our posting in foreign countries ,also one of the major is language which is must we must know the language where we will work.Another is demand ,if your demand will be more in any country for something then you have to go their ,here language doesn't matter because English is common language,another factor is relation with the country ,if our national relation good with a country the high chances for our people to go their for job.Hence these factors decide Posting in other countries.
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Kya UPSC IFS ke liye bsc zoology , chemistry, botany , animal husbandry ,forestry etc me honors degree hi jaruri hai ya bsc zoology chemistry botany 3 subject se kar skte hai
To become an IFS officer you need to qualify the UPSC CSE examination. The eligibility for this examination is that you need to be a graduate in any subject. So you can study any subject which will make you eligible for UPSC CSE. Now for being an IFS you need to score good in your UPSC CSE examination and for that you have to prepare well for the UPSC syllabus. So you can do graduation in any subject there are no restrictions about it. To be an IFS officer you need to study well for UPSC.
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I hope this answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!
Kya UPSC IFS ke paper ke liye Bsc Hons karna jaruri hai ya phir Bsc ZBC ( zoology , botany, chemistry )se kar skte h ??
Hello student no it's not mandatory to have a graduate degree in Bsc ZBC.
As per eligibility criteria student should be graduate with one of the following subjects to be eligible - Chemistry, Botany, Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Zoology and Statistics.
If you hold a bachelor degree in any one of the subjects mentioned above then you're eligible for UPSC IFS.
Age eligibility - Minimum 21
Maximum 32 (General category)
Feel free to comment if you've any doubt
I have studied Hindi as language subject in my 10th standard. But actually I am weak in Hindi. Whereas I am more stronger in Tamil(which I studied upto my 8th standard). So, could I choose Tamil as my compulsory Indian language in UPSC exam?
There are no such rules about the compulsory indian language paper. You can select any language as your compulsory elective provided the paper you are choosing must be known to you. This is because if you enroll for a new language and try to learn it then you have to devote more time to it and as a result your preparation of other GS papers may get hampered.
So I would say you can choose any paper but its better to choose a language which you know and you can read and write the language fluently. As Tamil is one of the scheduled language by the GOI, so you can obviously take Tamil in UPSC.
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I hope this answer helps. All the very best for your future endeavors!