All the candidates have to download and check their respective e-Admit cards for any discrepancy.
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If they are not able to download their e-Admit cards or there are discrepancies, they have to bring them to the notice of the UPSC through e-mail to: email@example.com
The candidates have to mention their names, roll numbers, registration IDs and name and year of the examination in their correspondence with the UPSC.
The UPSC has urged the candidates to bring their e-Admit cards in each session to gain entry to the exam hall.
Each candidate must keep the e-Admit card in safe custody and in the event of some other person keeping his or her card, then it is the responsibility of the aggrieved person to prove that he had not used the service of any impersonator.
All candidates are also requested to be at the exam hall at least 20 minutes before the start of the exam.
They won’t be admitted to the exam hall if they report 10 minutes after the start of the exam.
If the candidates appear at a centre or a sub-centre other than the one indicated by the UPSC in their e-Admit Cards, then their answer scripts will not be evaluated and their candidature is liable to be cancelled.