UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) issued e-Admit cards for Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2015. Eligible candidates who have applied for Civil Services Exam 2015 can
download their admit cards from the official website of the Commission between 27.07.2015 to 13.08.2015.


Important Instructions for Candidates

1. The Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2015 will be held in two sessions and each session will have two hours plus twenty minutes per hour (total forty minutes) extra time for Visually Impaired candidates (visual impairment 40% or more) and the candidates with Locomotor Disability with Cerebral Palsy (suffering from dominant writing) extremity with minimum 40% impairment only.Such candidates will accordingly be allowed two hours and forty minutes to answer in each session.

2. The Physically Handicapped candidates, who have been permitted by the Commission to bring their own scribe to write the exam, will be allowed to avail the assistance of such Scribe, only if he/she carries a valid Scribe Admit Card duly issued by the Commission for such purpose.

3. The Physically Handicapped candidates, who have been permitted by the Commission to bring their own scribe to write the exam, will not be allowed to change their Scribe subsequently.

4. The scribe will read out the question to the candidate and on candidate’s instruction, mark and shade the appropriate circles on the objective type OMR sheet. The candidate will clearly indicate to the scribe as to which of the four responses in his/her estimation, is the correct response so that the scribe can mark the answer accordingly by blackening the appropriate circle with Black Ball Point Pen.

5. The scribe will make no gestures, sounds or any other response or communication designed to indicate to the candidate the correctness or otherwise of the answer being recorded by him/her.Any such attempt would entail disqualification of the candidate and stringent action against both the candidate and the scribe shall be taken.

6. The peace in the examination hall or of the other candidates seated in the examination hall should not be disturbed while the scribe reads out the questions to the candidate or when the candidate indicates the correct response to the scribe for marking in the answer-sheet.

7. The candidate and the scribe will sign a declaration that they are aware of/have read the Commission’s instructions regarding the conduct of the candidates and their scribe and they undertake to abide by these instructions.

8. No TA/DA or any remuneration will be paid by the Commission either to the candidates or the scribes brought by them.

9. Violation of any of the instructions shall entail cancellation of the candidature of the candidate in addition to any other appropriate action that may be taken by the Commission against the candidate/scribe. Both the candidate and the scribe shall be subject to the rules of examination and action will be taken against them for violation of the same as per rules of the examination.

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