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Organisation : Union Public Service Commission
Announcement : Download e-Admit Card
Designation : Civilian Medical Officer, Dental Surgeon 2016
Download your admit card here : https://upsconline.nic.in/oraadmitcard/admitcard_candidate/index.php
Home Page : http://upsc.gov.in/
Download e-Admit Card :
Date of Examination : 18.12.2016
Related : UPSC Admit Card 2016 Senior Scientific Assistant : www.indianin.in/388.html
Important Instructions :
1. Check the e-Admit Card carefully and bring discrepancies, if any, to the notice of UPSC immediately. Candidates who do not have clear photographs on the e-admit card will have to bring original photo identity proof viz. Aadhaar Card, Driving Licence, Passport, Voter I Card etc. and two passport size photographs for appearing in the Recruitment Test with an undertaking.
2. Bring this e-Admit Card to secure admission to Examination Hall. e-Admit Card may be preserved till the declaration of Recruitment Test result.
3. You are responsible for safe custody of the e-Admit Card and in the event of any other person using this e-Admit Card, the onus lies on you to prove that you have not used the service of any impersonator.
4. Please read the “Time Table & Instructions to Candidates” which are available on UPSC’s Website upsc.gov.in on Recruitment Page.
5. Candidates to please ensure that they reach the Venue of the Computer Based Recruitment Test by the Reporting Time as stipulated in the “Time Table and Instructions to Candidates” available on the Commission’s Website upsc.gov.in failing which they will not be admitted to the CBRT.
6. If you appear at a centre/sub-centre other than the one indicated by the Commission in your e-Admit Card, your responses will not be evaluated and your candidature is liable to be cancelled.
7. Candidates are advised to visit the venue of Recruitment Test in advance in their own interest
8. Candidates are required to register themselves on Biometric system before commencement of Test. Therefore, for capturing Bio-metric data, candidates are advised not to apply any external material on their hands/foot like mehandi, ink etc.
9. There will be penalty (Negative Marking) for wrong answers marked by a candidate in the objective type Question Papers.
10. In order to familiarize themselves with the Computer based Recruitment Test, the candidates are advised to go through the Demo of the Computer based Test which will be made available on the UPSC Website upsc.gov.in
11. Your candidature to the Recruitment Test is provisional.
12. Mention your Name, Roll Number, Registration ID, Name & Year of the Recruitment Test in all the correspondence with UPSC.
13. Candidates are advised not to bring any valuables/costly items to the Examination Halls, as safe keeping of the same cannot be assured. The Commission will not be responsible for any loss in this regard.
Scheme of the Test:
(a) The test will be of two hours duration and will carry a maximum of 100 marks.
(b) The test will be objective type questions with multiple choices of answers.
(c) All Questions will carry equal marks.
(d) The medium of the Test will be English only.
(e) There will be penalty for wrong answers. Every wrong answer will carry a deduction of one-third of the marks assigned to that question. If no answer is marked for a question, there will be no penalty for that question.
(A) The candidate must take the test at the test venue indicated in the e-admit card only. If the candidate appears at any other test venue, his/her candidature is liable to be cancelled.
(b) Shortlisted candidates would be asked to submit the documents in support of their claim for the posts. Their documents will be scrutinized and those candidates who fulfil all the eligibility conditions of the posts shall be called for interview.
(c) The candidates are directed to undertake the recruitment test at their own risk i.e. after verifying that they fulfill the qualifications as prescribed in the advertisement, and their admission to the test is purely ‘provisional’.