UPSC IAS Admit Card 2020 - Union Public Service will release UPSC IAS 2020 admit card for preliminary stage tentatively on March 28 in online mode at upsconline.nic.in. Candidates can download the admit card of UPSC IAS 2020 till May 31 which is the day of exam. Applicants can download UPSC IAS admit card 2020 by entering login credentials such as application number and password/ date of birth. After downloading UPSC Civil Services 2020 admit card, candidates should check all details to verify their accuracy. Along with carrying the UPSC IAS 2020 admit card, candidates must also carry a valid photo ID while appearing for the exam. UPSC Civil Services exam is gateway to recruit into IAS, IPS, IFS and many more class A jobs. Read complete article to know how to download UPSC IAS admit card 2020 along with list of permissible photo ID proof and exam day instructions.
UPSC Indian Administrative Services 2020 prelims exam is slated to be conducted on May 31, 2020 in pen and paper mode for General Studies paper 1 and General Studies paper 2 (CSAT).
UPSC Civil Services preliminary admit card 2020
March 28, 2020 (Tentative)
UPSC IAS exam date
May 31, 2020
Admit card Issuing authority
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Official website to download civil services admit card
Login Credentials to download IAS admit card
Registration number/ Roll number and Date of Birth
Date of exam, Candidate's Name, Roll number, Father’s name, Mother's Name, Venue of exam, Exam time, Subject, subject code, Exam day instructions and Bar code
Document to carry at test centre
Admit card, passport size photograph, valid original photo ID
Around 1,000 (Tentative)
UPSC IAS helpline contact details
Union Public Service Commission
Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road,
New Delhi - 110069
Email ID: firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone No. 011-23385271/ 23381125/ 23098543 (on working days between 10 am to 5 pm).
Candidates can check the below-mentioned steps to download the admit card of UPSC Civil services 2020 exam.
Step 1: Visit the official website of UPSC (upsconline.nic.in)
Step 2: Click on the e-admit card link given on the page to download UPSC IAS admit card.
Step 3: Read the exam instructions carefully before downloading the admit card.
Step 4: Enter registration number /roll number of UPSC IAS and date of birth followed by captcha code
Step 5: Admit card of UPSC IAS 2020 will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download and print a copy of UPSC IAS admit card 2020
Image of login window of UPSC Civil Services Admit Card
After downloading UPSC IAS 2020 admit card for Prelims/Mains stage, candidates will find the below mentioned details in it.
Name of candidate
Date of birth
Exam centre and city
Photograph and signature
IAS Exam dates
Photo ID as entered in UPSC IAS application form
Applicants need to carry any one of the below mentioned photo-identity proof along with the admit card of UPSC IAS 2020 to the exam hall. In addition to this, candidates must carry one passport size photograph ( as uploaded in UPSC IAS application form) to the exam hall.
1. Aadhaar card
2. Voter ID card
4. Pan card
5. Driving license
Applicants who forget their registration id of UPSC Civil Services exam 2020 during downloading the admit card can check the below mentioned steps to retrieve their RID.
Click on the link Forgot RID
Enter name of applicant, father's name, mother's name and date of birth.
The registration ID will be sent from officials.
Use the same to download the admit card
Candidates who face any technical issue while downloading UPSC IAS 2020 admit card should check the below mentioned steps to resolve this issue.
1. IAS Admit Card 2020 is best suitable on the latest versions of Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox Browsers.
3. Do not use mobile or other gadgets for downloading UPSC admit card 2020. Preferably applicants are advised to use Windows OS on Desktop Machine.
4. If applicants find problems in downloading the admit card of UPSC IAS 2020 in suggested browsers then they have to clear the cache and cookies of the browser using browser setting
In case any applicants get blocked by the official server due to repetitive downloading of admit card, they must contact UPSC Administrator immediately through email.
Candidates must e-mail to email@example.com in order to unblock their account for downloading UPSC IAS 2020 admit card.
After downloading UPSC IAS admit card 2020, applicants may check for any discrepancies. In case candidates find that their signature or photograph blurred or some other mistakes in their details, they should immediately contact exam conducting authorities to correct it. Candidates can email a copy of their UPSC IAS 2020 admit card along with application form.
Union Public Service Commission Office Address:
UPSC’s Facilitation Counter near Gate ‘C’,
Shahjahan Road, New Delhi - 110069
Candidates can email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 011-23385271/ 23381125/ 23098543 (on working days between 10 am to 5 pm).
Name and year of the examination
Registration ID (RID)
Roll Number (if received)
Name of candidate (in full and in block letters)
Postal Address as given in the application.
Authorities have provided a list of cities across the country as exam centres. There are a total of 72 exam centres for Civil services prelims exam while 24 are for mains stage of exam. Applicants have to choose three exam centres during filling UPSC IAS application form 2020. After this centre will be allotted by UPSC on first come first serve basis. Candidates should note that there is a ceiling on the number of candidates from a city except for Chennai, Dispur, Kolkata and Nagpur. It is advised to the candidates fill the application form of Civil Services 2020 within time to obtain their desired centre.
Anantapur (Andhra Pradesh)
Gautam Buddh Nagar
Applicants should report early because entry to the examination hall closes at 9:15 am in the morning session and at 2:15 pm in the afternoon session.
Candidates must carry admit card along with the photo ID for verification before appearing in the exam.
A good black ballpoint pen must be used by candidates to enter details or mark their answers.
Aspirants whose photo is not clear on the Civil services 2020 admit card must bring a photo identity certificate and one passport size photograph with them for both the session.
Applicants are not allowed to carry the following items to the exam hall.
Any Stationery items like books, notes, loose sheets
Electronic or any other type of calculators
Mathematical and drawing instruments
Log Tables, stencils of maps, slide rules
Mobiles, phones, Bluetooth, pagers or any other communication devices
Candidates who appear in the exam must be aware about the selection process of UPSC civil services 2020. The selection process of UPSC IAS is of three stages- prelims, mains and interview. Along with knowing the selection process applicants should also be aware about exam pattern of UPSC IAS. After knowing the pattern candidates should prepare their strategy to qualify for the exam by wholeheartedly following Civil services syllabus. Public Service Commission releases UPSC IAS answer key of prelims stage and cut off for all the stages after declaration of final result.
To download UPSC Civil services admit card candidates have to enter login id and password
Union Public Service will release the admit card of IAS tentatively on March 28 in online mode at upsconline.nic.in
No candidates who will appear in exam can take either black & white or coloured print out of admit card
Applicants should click on forget RID to retrieve their login details to download admit card of Civil Services 2020.
Candidates have to inform the examination authorities by sending an e-mail at : email@example.com (For Technical Problem), firstname.lastname@example.org (For Applicant Data Problem).
Applicants have to immediately contact exam conducting authorities on immediate basis either through email or by making a call.
Applicants who fulfill UPSC Civil Service eligibility are eligible to apply for the exam
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First let's see the basic difference between BSc. LLB and B.A. LLB. Both of them are integrated courses and the general duration for these courses across the universities and colleges on India is of 5 years as they are an integration of Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts respectively and with that the subject matter of law is also imparted to the candidates. The subjects for the law remain the same but in BA LLB, arts, humanities and social sciences subjects were also integrated. In BSc LLB, Physics, Chemistry etc. such subjects are integrated. One major problematic aspect of this is that only B.Sc. LLB can only be pursued by those students who have studied science in 10+2 as their main subject. Owing to this, if you are a science student and you wish to apply for this, the option is available but otherwise it is not so that naturally pitches BSc LLB out of the picture.
Subjects like History, Geography, Polity, Public Administration, Economics, Ecology, Environment, Science & Tech, Philosophy and Psychology are a part of General Studies paper which are all humanities subjects. So it will give you a upper hand in the paper and you would not have to utilise your time in understanding the subject later. So BA LLB works for people from any academic background and also aids the subjects that are to be studies in IAS.
Though this doesn't mean the BSc. LLB is not a good option as it can also aid you in your optional subject. Nevertheless, Take something which interests you more and fits your understanding of the same.
Hope this helps. All the best!
First of all, you need to obtain adequate qualification for IAS. Basically any graduate can apply for this test. Candidates must have completed 21 years to apply. After graduation, you can apply for the selection test through the portal of UPSC. UPSC portal contain adequate information on selection test (CSAT and mains).
For this exam Number of Attempts:
four attempts for General
seven attempts for OBC
No limit for SC/ST
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