UPSC Civil Services IAS Main Exam Admit Card 2023 Exam date Notice

Category : Admit Card news | Updated On :Sat, 09 Sep 2023, 06:14 PM | Updated By - Amit Verma

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In a much-awaited development, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has officially released the Admit Cards for the 2023 Civil Services Main Examination. The release of these admit cards marks a crucial step in the selection process of one of India's most prestigious and competitive examinations, the Civil Services Examination.

With the admit cards now available, the candidates who cleared the IAS Preliminary Examination earlier this year are gearing up for the upcoming Main Examination, which is scheduled to take place from October 9, 2023. The Main Examination is the second stage of the highly competitive UPSC Civil Services Examination, and it plays a pivotal role in determining the final selection of candidates for the coveted Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), and other Group A and Group B services. 

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Key Highlights:

  1. Admit Card Availability: The UPSC Civil Services Main Exam Admit Cards for 2023 are available for download on the official UPSC website ( Click Here Candidates are advised to download and print their admit cards well in advance to avoid any last-minute hassles. Click Here

  2. Examination Dates Click Here : IAS DAF Form Available : 11-19 July 2023 upto 6 PM | Main Exam Date : 15-24 September 2023 | Admit Card Available : 28/08/2023

  3. Exam Centers: The Main Examination will be held at various centers across the country to accommodate the large number of candidates appearing for the examination. Candidates are advised to check their respective examination centers mentioned on their admit cards.

  4. COVID-19 Precautions: Given the ongoing global pandemic, UPSC is expected to implement strict COVID-19 safety protocols at all examination centers. Candidates are required to follow the guidelines provided by UPSC for their safety and the safety of others.

  5. Preparation Mode: Aspirants who have cleared the Preliminary Examination have been diligently preparing for the Main Examination, which consists of nine papers, including two qualifying language papers. These papers cover a wide range of subjects, testing candidates' knowledge, analytical abilities, and writing skills.

  6. Final Lap: With the release of the admit cards, candidates are now in the final lap of their journey towards the Civil Services. Many candidates have been rigorously preparing for this examination for months, and they view this as the ultimate test of their abilities and knowledge.

  7. Result Impact: The scores of the Main Examination, along with the marks of the Preliminary Examination and the Personality Test (Interview), will determine the final merit list and subsequently, the allocation of services to successful candidates.

The UPSC Civil Services Examination is renowned for its challenging nature, and aspirants are known to dedicate years to preparation. The release of the admit cards brings a mix of excitement and anxiety for the thousands of candidates who have made it to this stage.

As the examination date approaches, candidates are leaving no stone unturned to ensure they perform their best in this crucial phase. The entire nation awaits the results of this examination as it will shape the future of those who will go on to serve the country in various administrative capacities.

All candidates are urged to regularly check the official UPSC website for any updates or notifications regarding the examination. We wish all the aspirants the very best of luck in their endeavor to serve the nation through the Civil Services.


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