UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021: Important notice released on the conduct of the exam

UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021: Important notice released on the conduct of the exam

Importance notice of UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 has been released. Candidates can check the details related to the conduct of the exam.

Union Public Service Commission has decided to conduct UPSC Civil Services Main Exam 2021 as per schedule amid rising COVID19 cases across the country. The main examination will be conducted on January 7, 8, 9.15 and 16, 2022 at various examination centers across the country.

As As per the issued noticeThe Commission has requested the State Governments to ensure that their movement does not cause any inconvenience to the candidates/examination authorities, especially those coming from the Containment/Micro-Containment Zone(s) and, if necessary, The e-admit card of the candidates and the ID of the examination authorities are to be used as movement passes.

The State Government is further requested that public transport may be made operational at optimum level from January 6 to January 9 and January 14 to January 16 at least one day before the date of conduct of the examination. , 2022, to ensure smooth movement of candidates/examination bearers.

The guidelines shared by the State and Central Government are to be followed in the examination including personal hygiene of the candidates/examination officers, maintenance of social distancing and wearing of masks by the candidates/examination officers at all times, provision of sanitizers conveniently . Venue and Examination Officer among others.

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