IFS – Forest Admit Card
The UPSC will conduct IFoS preliminary exam on October 10, 2021. Besides, the mains exam is going to take place from February 27 to March 8, 2022. The candidates can get their IFS – Forest admit card from UPSC’s official website. Here is the website link https://upsconline.nic.in.
Moreover, the admit card for the
IFoS mains and prelims are available three weeks before the exam. The candidates can visit the official website for this purpose.
Applicants can download admit cards after meeting the required conditions. One of them is to pay their fee finally after submitting their application form.
Particulars Details Exam Name Indian Forest Service Abbreviation IFoS Conducting body Union Public Service Commission Abbreviation UPSC IFoS Preliminary exam October 10, 2021 Admit card Not yet released IFoS Mains exam February 27-March 8, 2022 IFoS Mains admit card Not yet released IFoS Interview Not yet released IFoS interview letter Not yet released Website Website Link How to Download IFS – Forest Admit Card?
We will first start with the downloading steps:
The first step is to open the UPSC website. The second step is to click on admit card. The third step is to click on admit cards for various examinations. In the fourth step, read the constructions and click yes. In the fifth step, enter your roll number or registration number. Lastly, click on the download admit card.
Know More – IFS- Forest Important Date & Notifications Admit Card Details
Important details available in the admit card are as follows:
Firstly, the IFoS roll number. Secondly, the candidate’s name. Thirdly, exam center details. Lastly, IFoS exam timing.
Admit Card Details in Tabular Form IFoS Roll Number Candidates Name Exam Center Mothers name Fathers name Exam timing Email Id Subjects Exam Date Reporting Time Address Important Instructions Some Extra Details
First, UPSC will not send any admission certificate via post. Candidates have to check their e-admit cards. Moreover, they have to make sure there are no discrepancies in there. Above all, candidates have to bring their admit cards to their exam centers. This is done to make sure they get their entry into their exam centers. As a rule, no candidates will be allowed in any other exam centers apart from the ones they have been allotted. Lastly, on precautionary basis candidates have to bring their identity proofs along with them. These can be Aadhar Card, Driving Licenses, Voter ID cards, or Passports. Steps to follow if candidates fail to download admit cards:
There are two situations under which candidates cannot download their admit cards.
First Situation: Candidates who have made any mistake while filling their application forms. These candidates cannot produce their admit cards. Second Situation: The candidates who are not eligible for the exam cannot download it.
Moreover, there can be some technical issues due to which this happened. For such a situation, candidates can contact UPSC in the following ways:
The first way is to visit the UPSC’s Facilitation Centre near Gate C. The second way is to call them on working dates during office hours. Here are the contact numbers: 011‐23385271, 011-23381125, or 011-23098543. Lastly, the candidates can visit their website for assistance in any issue.
Normally, the candidates who fail to report their issues are liable for the non‐receipt of their e‐Admission Certificate.
Documents to Carry with Admit Cards
Following are the documents candidates must carry:
The first and most important IFoS admit card. Candidates have to carry two passport-sized photographs Lastly, identity proof like Aadhar card, voter ID card, passport, driving license, or PAN card. IFoS Admit Card Main Points:
Here are the basic details stated on the IFoS admit card:
Firstly, entry depends upon admit cards. Another important thing is to write the correct roll number as printed on the admit card. Candidates have to reach exam centers earlier than the specified time. Lastly, candidates cannot carry any devices with them. Steps to get back forgotten login details
To get back the login details, candidates need to follow the steps given below:
The first step is to visit the UPSC’s official website. In the second step, candidates need to click on forgot registration Id (RID). Step three is to enter the asked details. These can be mother’s name, father’s name, date of birth, and captcha. The subsequent step is to click on submit key The last step is to follow the instructions sent on the candidate’s email ID or phone number.
Interview Call Letter
Candidates can download their call letters for the final stage in the following way:
Just like admit cards, call letters are available on the UPSC’s official website. Then click on IFS e-Summon call Letter The next step is to put in your details like roll number and click on submit button. In the end, the call letter will appear on the screen. Candidates can then save it. Certificates to be carried on the day of Interview
First and foremost, the e-Call letter Then, second, comes the educational certificates like degree and matriculation. On the condition, a candidate belongs to any caste, carry that certificate as well. These can be certificates like Scheduled Caste (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST), etc. Lastly, carry two passport-sized photographs.
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Q.1 What documents should I carry at the time of the interview?
Ans. Here is the listing of the certificates required:
First and foremost, the e-Call letter Then, second, comes the educational certificates like degree and matriculation. On the condition, a candidate belongs to any caste, carry that certificate as well. These can be certificates like Scheduled Caste (SC)/ Scheduled Tribe (ST), etc. Lastly, carry two passport-sized photographs. Q.2 Can I carry my mobile, laptop, or any other communication devices, with me for the Interview or Recruitment Test?
Ans. Candidates cannot carry any devices with them.
Q.3 How can I contact UPSC for student discrepancies?
Ans. Candidates can contact UPSC in the following ways:
The first way is to visit the UPSC’s Facilitation Centre near Gate C. The second way is to call them on working dates during office hours. Here are the contact numbers: 011‐23385271, 011-23381125, or 011-23098543. Lastly, the candidates can visit their website for support in any issue