UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024 (Exam Postponed) – Check New Dates, Download Civil Services Preliminary Exam Hall Ticket

UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024:संघ लोक सेवा आयोग (यूपीएससी) 26-05-2024 16th June 2024 को सिविल सेवा परीक्षा 2024 आयोजित करेगा। उम्मीदवार अपना UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024 या तो सीधे लिंक पर क्लिक करके (बाद में उपलब्ध) या आधिकारिक वेबसाइट से चरणों (नीचे उपलब्ध) का पालन करके प्राप्त कर सकते हैं। आप यहां परीक्षा पैटर्न और परीक्षा हॉल में प्रतिबंधित चीजों की जांच कर सकते हैं।

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UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024 Overview

Conducting Organization Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) 
Notice No. & Notification Date 05/2024-CSP / Date – 14/02/2024
Name of Recruitment Exam UPSC Civil Services Examination 2024 
Name of Post Various Posts in Various Departments of the Government of India
Total Number of Vacancies 1056 Vacancies
Type of Article Admit Card
Status of Admit Card Not Released Yet
Download Mode Online only
Date of Preliminary Examination 26-05-2024 16-06-2024
Number of Attempts
  • General: 06
  • SC/ST: Unlimited
  • OBC: 09
  • PwBD (GL/EWS/OBC): 09
  • PwBD (SC/ST): Unlimited
Official Website

UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024: Download From Here

The Civil Service Examination will be conducted on 26th May 2024 16-06-2024 (exam posponed due to lok sabha election) for prelims. candidates who have applied for the CSE 2024 can download their hall ticket 10 days before the exam date. Qualified individuals will be further called for the Main examination. Candidates must reach the examination center at least 30 minutes before the commencement of each session of the civil services examination.

UPSC CSE Admit Card Important Dates

Starting Date to Apply Online 14/02/2024
Closing Date to Apply Online 05/03/2024 (6:00 PM)
Correction Date 07/03/2024 to 13/03/2024
Admit Card Release Date 10 Days before the exam
Date of Preliminary Examination  26th May 2024 16-06-2024

Steps to Download UPSC CSE Admit Card

Follow these basic steps to download the UPSC CSE Prelims Admit Card from the official website –

Step 1: First of all, visit

UPSC EPFO PA Recruitment 2024

Step 2: Then look for the “e-Admit Card for Civil Services Preliminary Examination” link and click on it

Step 3: On the next web page, click on the “Download” link

Step 4:  Select the “CISF” or “Roll Number” option

Step 5: Then enter your CISF or Roll number and select DOB

Step 6: Enter the code and then click on the “Submit” button

Step 7: UPSC CSE Prelims Admit Card will appear on your screen

Step 8: Check the details in the UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024 and then download it for your examination.

Important Links

UPSC CSE Exam Postponed Notice Click Here
UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024 Get Here
Official Notification PDF Link Click Here
Official Website Click Here

Selection Process

  • Preliminary Written Examination
  • Mains Written Examination
  • Interview
  • Document Verification &
  • Medical Examination

UPSC CSE Preliminary Exam Pattern

  • Question Type: Objective Type
  • Papers: 2 papers, GS Paper and CSAT
  • Total Question: GS Paper (100) and CSAT (80)
  • Marking Scheme: GS Paper (2) and CSAT (2.5)
  • Negative Marking: GS Paper (1/3rd or 0.66) and CSAT (1/3rd or 0.83)

UPSC Civil Service Exam Pattern

Duration: 2 Hours for each paper

Papers Subjects Number of Questions Total Marks
Paper 1 General Studies (GS) 100 200
Paper 2 CSAT 80 200
Total 180 400

Things Banned in the Examination Center

Candidates are advised to not bring the following items to the examination hall as there will be no arrangement for safe-keeping

  • Mobile Phones even in switched-off mode,
  • pager or any electronic device/ programmable equipment
  • storage media (pen drive, smart watches etc),
  • Camera or Bluetooth devices or any other equipment
  • Valuable/costly items

FAQs Related to UPSC CSE Admit Card 2024

Question: How many questions are there in the Civil services preliminary examination?

Answer: According to the UPSC CSE Exam Pattern, there are 100 questions in the GS Paper and 80 questions in the CSAT paper.

Question: Is there any negative marking in the Prelims CSE Examination?

Answer: Yes, there will be a deduction of 1/3rd mark for every wrong answer.

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