Latest Update: The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released the e-admit card for the Civil Services (CS) Main examination on August 30, 2022. Candidates who are shortlisted for the UPSC Mains examination can download the e-admit card from the official website, i.e., upsconline.nic.in. The UPSC CSE Main examination is scheduled to be held from September 16, 2022 onwards.
Applicants should read the important instructions given on the website before downloading the UPSC Mains 2022 e-Admit Card.
In this article, IAS aspirants can find information about the UPSC CSE Prelims and Main exams 2022 admit cards and UPSC Interview e-summon letters.
Table of Content:
|Latest Updates about UPSC Admit Card 2022|
|UPSC Prelims 2022 Hall Ticket|
|UPSC Mains 2022 Admit Card|
|UPSC Interview e-Summon Letters|
|How to Download UPSC CSE 2022 Admit Card?|
|Important Details Mentioned on UPSC 2022 Admit Card|
Latest Updates about UPSC Admit Card 2022
- UPSC CSE Main exam admit card 2022 was released on August 30, 2022.
- UPSC CSE Prelims Admit Card 2022 was out on 10th May 2022. The UPSC results for the first phase of the exam were released on 22 June, 2022.
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UPSC Admit Card for CSE Prelims 2022
- Candidates can download the UPSC Prelims Admit Card 2022 from UPSC’s website, i.e., https://upsconline.nic.in/
- By entering the roll no. or the registration ID, candidates can download their UPSC CSE 2022 admit card for prelims. The last date to download the UPSC Prelims hall ticket 2022 is 5th June 2022.
- Candidates who are unable to find their admit cards online are advised to download the UPSC notice that mentions the names of the candidates whose applications were rejected due to fictitious fee payment.
Go through the UPSC Prelims Syllabus to ensure you do not miss any details about important topics.
For UPSC Prelims preparation, check the following articles:
Important Instructions to Download IAS Admit Card for Prelims 2022
- Candidates are advised to inform the commission as soon as they discover any discrepancies in their admission cards.
- The printout of the UPSC e-admit card has to be carried along with the candidate’s original identity card (as mentioned on the IAS admit card).
- Candidates have to bring their photographs to the examination centre if their photo on the admit card is blurred or has any other error.
Note: Amid Covid-19-driven rules, the candidate has to wear a mask and carry a transparent bottle of sanitizer along with him/her to the exam venue.
The Union Public Service Commission published specific IAS COVID Guidelines for candidates to follow at the exam centre, which can be found in the linked page.
Steps to Download UPSC Admit Card for IAS Prelims 2022
- The UPSC releases the e-admit cards on its website. The admit cards are not sent by post and candidates have to download them from the official website of the UPSC.
- Navigate to upsc.gov.in in the browser and click on “Admit Cards” on the right or navigate to (upsconline.nic.in) and click on “e-Admit Cards for various examinations of UPSC”
- Then you will be redirected to a page that lists the various UPSC exams for which the e-admit cards are available. Other than e-admit cards for exams, UPSC also issues e-summons and e-admit cards for various recruitment posts.
- Click on Civil Services (Prelims) exam 2022 to download your IAS hall ticket for the UPSC Prelims 2022.
- Before downloading the IAS admit card, you will be asked to enter your registration ID or roll number for the UPSC Prelims 2022.
- The IAS admit card will open as a PDF. Download it and take a printout of this UPSC hall ticket which you have to carry for both the papers of the Civil Services (Prelims) exam.
In case you have forgotten your Registration ID for UPSC Prelims and do not know your roll number either, you can click on the “Forgot RID” option and fill in the required details (Your name, date of birth, father’s and mother’s name) and submit to view the registration ID. You can proceed to download the IAS admit card following the normal process after this.
Following Details are given in the UPSC Admit Card or IAS Hall Ticket
- Name of exam
- Date of exam
- Name of candidate
- Roll No.
- Father’s Name
- Mother’s Name
- UPSC exam centre
- Venue of exam
- Time Table of IAS Prelims
- General instructions for candidates
Candidates preparing for the UPSC CSE can refer to the complete syllabus for the IAS exam 2022 on the linked page.
Discrepancy, Omission or Mistakes on the UPSC Prelims Admit Card 2022
If any information on the UPSC hall ticket for IAS Prelims 2022 is incorrect, such as name/roll number/parents’ name etc., then candidates should immediately reach out to the UPSC at official email-id [email protected] or call the facilitation counters between 9 AM and 6 PM on working days.
|Postal Address:||UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION, Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi – 110069|
|Email:||For Technical Problem – [email protected]
For Applicant Data – [email protected]
Aspirants can go through the following links to prepare for the UPSC 2022 exams –
UPSC 2022 Admit Card for CSE Mains
The UPSC Main examination is scheduled to start from September 16, 2022. The IAS hall ticket for the CS (Main) exam was issued on August 30, 2022. The last date to download the hall ticket is September 25, 2022. Check the following links that will help in UPSC Main exam preparation:
|UPSC Mains Syllabus||Which Subject is Best for UPSC Mains Optional?|
|UPSC Mains 2021 Question Papers PDF||What is DAF for UPSC Mains?|
UPSC Interview Call Letter
The IAS admit card for the interview shall be released after the UPSC main exams are successfully conducted. Once the e-summons are released, the direct link for the same shall be intimated to the candidates through the official website.
Candidates must note that the IAS Interview call letter is communicated through an e-mail. All the candidates who have passed the UPSC Mains stage, have to follow the guidelines mentioned in their UPSC CSE e-summon letter.
For more information, refer to the post – Journey from UPSC Call Letter to IAS Interview Room.
UPSC Admit Card Dates
|UPSC Prelims 2022 Admit Card Date||10 May 2022|
|UPSC Mains 2022 Admit Card Date||30 August 2022
|UPSC Prelims 2021 Admit Card Date||16th September 2021|
|UPSC Mains 2021 Admit Card Date||15th December 2021|
|UPSC Prelims 2020 Admit Card Date||1st August 2020|
Candidates can check the important documents that are to be carried in the UPSC Personality Test.
General instructions given on the UPSC Hall Ticket for IAS Aspirants
On the IAS admit card for UPSC Prelims, the following instructions for candidates are given:
- Mobile phones, calculators, communication and Bluetooth devices are not allowed in the exam hall. Disciplinary action will be initiated against the candidates flouting this rule.
- Candidates have to fill in the OMR sheet during the prelims exam using a black ballpoint pen.
- Candidates should read all the “Important Instructions” which they have downloaded along with their IAS admit card.
List of Exams Conducted by the UPSC
UPSC follows a common procedure for making admit cards available to candidates, i.e., through the official website and not through post or email. For the list of exams given below, follow the same procedure as for downloading the IAS admit card for the UPSC Main exam 2022.
- Engineering Services Examination (ESE)
- Combined Medical Services (CMS) Examination
- Combined Defence Services (CDS) Examination
- National Defence Academy (NDA) Examination
- Naval Academy Examination
- Special Class Railway Apprentice
- Indian Forest Service examination
- Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examination
- Combined Geoscientist and Geologist Examination
- Central Armed Police Forces(Assistant Commandant) Examination
The dates of the above-mentioned examinations are mentioned on the UPSC Calendar 2022 page.
The UPSC CSE Notification comprises details of the entire recruitment process for the IAS Exam.
|IAS Salary||UPSC Mains Syllabus|
|UPSC Exam Pattern||Air Spotlight for UPSC|
|Yojana Magazine for UPSC||IAS Eligibility|