UPSC Civil Services 2014 Admit Card
UPSC Civil Services 2014 Admit Card – Union Public Service Commission has released UPSC Civil Services 2014 Admit Card for Main exam beginning from December 14, to the candidates who qualified in Prelims. The candidates will be able to download their UPSC Civil Services 2014 Admit Card till December 20, 2014.
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Candidates can download their UPSC Civil Services 2014 e-Admission Certificate by entering their Registration ID or Roll Number or Name.
The UPSC Civil Services 2014 Admit Card is available in online mode only and it will not be sent by post or by any other mode of communication to the candidates.
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The candidate without their UPSC Civil Services 2014 Call Letter will not be allowed to enter his/her respective examination centre in any case. They are advised to download their UPSC Call Letter for Civil Services 2014 now.
The candidate can download the Admit Card for UPSC Civil Services 2014 by clicking on the link below:
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UPSC conducted preliminary exam for UPSC Civil Services 2014 on August 24 to fill up around 1,291 vacancies in civil services including Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Central Services (Group A and Group B).
Candidates, who qualify Prelims round, are called for the Main Exam starting from December 14. Mains round includes written exam and personality test. Qualifying candidates in Mains round will be appointed as Civil Servants.
The exam will be conducted for total of 1291 vacancies. Out of the total vacancies, 26 vacancies are reserved for Physically Handicapped Category. The 26 reserved seats are further divided as following- 12 vacancies for LDCP, 2 Vacancies for B/LV and 12 Vacancies for HI.
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