UPSC IFS DAF Mains Admit Card 2017
Union Public Service Commission UPSC, Uploads E-Admit Card for the Recruitment of Indian Forest Service IFS DAF Main Examination 2017. Those Candidate who are enrolled to upsc main exam can download Admit Card at official website. Check updates regularly on SarkariRojgaar.com
UPSC Indian Forest Service IFS Mains Admit Card 2017
Short Detail of Notification
Exam Name : Indian Forest Service IFS
Important Dates :
Main Registration Starts : 07 September 2017
Last Date for Apply Online : 20 September 2017
Last Date for Fees Submission : 19 September 2017
Date of Examination Starts from : 03 October 2017
Online Registration Starts : 22 February 2017
End Date for Application : 17 March 2017
End Date for fees Pay : 17 March 2017
End Date for Part II Registration : 22 March 2017
Date of Exam : 18 June 2017
Exam Fees Detail :
Unreserved category (General / OBC) : INR 200/-
Reserved category (SC/ST PH/ Female) : Nil/-
Application fees deposit through online net banking/ credit card/ debit card or offline deposit through SBI Cash.
Age Limit :
Candidate age belongs to Min 21 years & Max 32 years.
Age relaxation for reserved category as per recruitment rules.
Candidate age as on 01-08-2017.
Total Post : 110 Post
Eligibility Detail :
IFS : Candidate have a degree in Mathematics, Physics, Statistics, Zoology, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Agriculture, Forestry or Engineering from a recognized university.
Download Mains Admit Card
Those Candidate who are enrolled to UPSC IFS Main Exam can download Main Admit Card at UPSC official website. Applicant click on IFS Main Exam E-Admit Card Link. After that Select any of the given option By Registration No. or By Roll No. After that click on that link and fill Login credentials to download E-Admit Card. Applicant must read exam instruction mentioned on Admit Card.
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