The admit cards of the Civil Judge (Junior Division) prelims exams 2016 Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) are now available. Candidates can download their call letters/admit cards through the official website of the Commission. The advertisement for this notification was released in July this year.
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Steps to download the UPPSC Civil Judge (Junior Division) prelims admit card 2016:
Log on to the official website of the commission, uppsc.up.nic.in
On the home page, go to the “Click here to download Admit Card for P.C.S.(J.) Civil Judge (Junior Division) Prelim Examination 2016” link
A new page will open where you will be required to enter your registration number, your date of birth as well as gender from a drop down list.
You will have to enter a verification code as well as shown in the image.
After filling in the details carefully, click on the “Download Admit Card” button. Your admit card will be available for download.
Remember to take a printout of the admit card for entry to the exam hall
All candidates are required to bring their admit cards to the exam venue. Without the admit card, candidates will not be permitted to take the exam. It is also advisable to carry an ID proof to the exam venue along with your admit card for easy verification.
Candidates should also note that only those candidates will be able to download their admit cards whose application form status has not been rejected during the verification process for this recruitment drive. (‘CIVIL JUDGE (JUNIOR DIVISION) PRELIM. EXAMINATION 2016’ under Advt. No. : A-2/E-1/2016 dated 29/07/2016)
The UPPSC is responsible for conducting various state level recruitment examinations for myriad posts in Uttar Pradesh for government departments and offices. The Commission conducts examinations such as the civil services exam, forest services exam, naval academy exam, combined medical services exam, among many others.
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