IAS (Indian Administrative Services) exam is an All India Service examination which is akin to CSE examination conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) under the government of India. Candidates have to undergo a civil service examination (CSE) conducted by UPSC now which is directed to attract the youth of the country to apply their services for the country. The candidates who clear these exams are posted as the prestigious posts in India including IAS, IPS, IFS by the union government. IAS Admit Card 2017 can be downloaded from the official website www.upsconline.nic.in.
IAS Admit Card 2017 :- UPSC Civil Services (IAS) 2017 Admit Card is being available for the CS Prelims. CSAT 2017 Admit Card is available for download at least three weeks before the examination. Candidates who submitted application form of IAS 2017 with fees can download IAS admit card for the year 2017 from the link given below. Also, go through syllabus of IAS 2017 for preparation.
Check your details on the admit card.
UPSC IAS Prelims Admit Card 2017 (CSAT Admit Card 2017)
Please follow the steps to download your admit card. You will be able to download your IAS ADMIT CARD from this page directly using the link provided or you can also download your hall ticket from the official website.
First of all, take a look at IAS Admit Card 2017 Important Dates.
|Admit card issue date||22 May 2017|
|Examination date||18 Jun 2017|
Download UPSC Admit Card 2017: Click Here to download admit card of IAS 2017 Preliminary Exam, also known as CSAT 2017.
Official website where you can download admit card is www.upsc.gov.in.
Instructions for IAS Admit Card
Union Public Service Commission will be conducting the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination–2017 on 18/06/2017 (Sunday) all over India. The Commission has uploaded the e‐Admit Card for the convenience of the admitted candidates on its website (http://www.upsc.gov.in.).
In case of rejection of the applications form, the reasons/ grounds for rejection have also been uploaded. The candidates are advised to download their e‐Admit Cards and take a printout thereof. The admitted candidates will have to produce the printout of their e‐Admit Card at the allotted Venue for appearing in the Examination.
In case the photograph is not visible or available on the e‐Admit Card, candidates are advised to carry two(2) identical photographs (one photograph for each session) along with proof of Identity such as Identity Card; Voter Identity Card; Passport; Driving License or Aadhaar Card and the printout of e‐Admit Card at the Venue of the Examination. No paper Admit Card will be issued for this Examination.
The candidates are advised to take a printout of the e‐Admit Card and the “Important Instructions to the candidates” (which must be read carefully) well in advance to avoid the last minute confusion.
In case of any discrepancy, the same may be communicated to the Commission immediately by email (email ID [email protected]) latest by 02nd June, 2017 to enable the Commission to take a decision in the matter.
Candidates are also advised to bring Black Ball Point Pen to the Examination Hall on the day of Examination as the candidates shall be required to fill the OMR Answer Sheets and Attendance Lists with Black Ball Point Pen only.
Electronic Gadgets like Cellular/ Mobile Phones, any other devices for communication, laptop, Bluetooth device, and calculator are banned inside the Examination Hall. Any infringement of these instructions shall entail disciplinary action against the candidates concerned including debarment from future Examinations/Selection.
Valuable/costly items and bags are also not allowed inside the Examination Venue.
More about IAS ADMIT CARDS 2017
What is an admit card?
The admit cards allotted to the students are strictly provisional meaning they are issued by the competent authority with official signatures.
Rules binding UPSC Admit Card 2017
Anyone found impersonating the admit card whose application was incomplete and not registered will not be given permission at any cost to sit for the examination.
Importance of UPSC Civil Services Admit Card 2017
- The admit card serves as your ticket to enter the hall where the examination is to take place.
- All the necessary details are available for the candidates in their admit cards.
- The details related to your time table of the examination, venue, address of the venue, code of the centre, code of the subject.
A candidate is usually allowed to choose his choice of centres where he want to appear for the test only in few cases due to the unavailability of the seats the centre allocation may be changed.
How To Download IAS Admit Card 2017
TO DOWNLOAD YOUR ADMIT CARD
- Login to the site www.upsconline.nic.in
- Search e-admit cards for the civil services (prelims) examination 2017.
Click on the link “To download E-Admit Card” of UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam 2017
Read all the instruction carefully and go to the next step.
Download your admit card using (i) Registration ID or (ii) Roll Number
Forgot your ID? You can follow the instruction to retrieve it which is shown in the image.
Select any one option out of the given choices.
(I) By registration id
(II) By application number
(III) By roll number
In case the student has forgotten his registered ID
- Click “to know your registration id”.
- Select your examination.
- Find your ID by entering your mobile number or email id.
- State your date of birth.
- Enter the security key provided.
- Enter “Submit” for final submission.
- Enter “reset”, in case there is any problem.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR IAS 2017
For UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam, there are two papers:- Paper I and Paper II of 400 marks. Paper II Is a qualifying paper. A student must get 33% in this paper as prescribed by UPSC.
The syllabus is General Studies. The details of the syllabus are available in the notification.
You must prepare topics from Indian history, geography, Indian constitution, reading comprehension, Indian heritage, ethics etc.
Tip 1. Read the syllabus.
It is often noticed that candidates expect all the entrance exams bearing the same syllabus to be somewhat similar to each other. However, it may not be the case. Read the syllabus carefully as the syllabus topics may be same but their mark distribution may not be the as the others. For instance if a test assigns 35 questions from quantitative aptitude, the others might only ask 15 questions from quants topic. In such cases it will be inappropriate to stress or emphasize on one topic for longer durations. Therefore read the syllabus.
Tip 2. Happy to make your acquaintance.
It is better to practice a test or mock test as per the test timing. For instance if the exam is conducted between 10:30 to 2:30. Then take a test during that time so that you will get acquainted with the atmosphere of that duration and time.
Tip 3. It makes sense.
Your practice will only make sense if you are able to express it in words on the exam day. Sometimes we practice our subjects three to four months earlier and by the time our exams draw near we tend to forget all we have learned. The more practice the more solutions. However it is necessary to find right solutions that will save your irreducible amount of time.
Tip 4. Reading the margins.
As many books you read, it will not be a problem as long as you have understood them all. Mark a note on every page with important points written on the top of the page or stick a color note. This will help you the sifting through each page. Use different colors for each chapter and spare them on the edge of the book.
Tip 5. Lost and Found
Students have been often seen using spare papers to note down their points and often misplace them when not kept in place.
Use only two notebooks at the most. One for practice and one for finalising your formulas.
Divide the sections of the notebook. If your spare paper do have some important points, you can either staple them or paste them in one place.