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UPSC Prelims 2022 is slated to be held on Sunday (June 5). This means the countdown for the UPSC Prelims 2022 exam has already begun and the students. The UPSC Prelims 2022 exam is the first step for any IAS aspirant and it is important to note that they are well-prepared for it. Many IAS aspirants, who have managed to clear the first step, say that UPSC Prelims can be ‘unpredictable’ at times so it is important to stay focused and think about understanding and solving the problems.

The UPSC Preliminary exam will be held in two shifts — from 9.30 am to 11.30 am and 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm and all candidates will have to appear for both. Four centers have been marked at SCD Government College, Civil Lines, and two each at Gujranwala Guru Nanak Khalsa College, Civil Lines; Khalsa College for Women, SRS Government Polytechnic College, and Government College for Girls, Rakh Bagh.

Also, SDP College for Women, Daresi Road; Devki Devi Jain Memorial College for Women, Kidwai Nagar; Ramgarhia Girls College, Miller Ganj; Arya College (boys), Civil Lines; Police DAV Public School, Civil Lines; Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College (MBA Block), Gill Park, Gill Road; Nankana Sahib Public School, Gill Road; DCM Presidency School, Urban State, Jamalpur, and RS Model Senior Secondary School, Shastri Nagar have a single examination center each.

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UPSC Prelims 2022: Documents required

  • UPSC Prelims Admit Card 2022
  • A valid photo id proof for checking purposes.
  • In case your photograph on the UPSC CSE Prelims admit card is not clear, candidates are advised to carry a photo id proof along with two recent passport-sized photographs.
  • In case a candidate is coming with a scribe, the latter has to have their own admit card.

UPSC Prelims 2022: What’s allowed and what’s not

  • UPSC aspirants must not carry a mobile phone and any electronic device like pen drives, Bluetooth, etc to the examinational hall. If found in possession of any electronic device during the examination, the candidate may not be allowed to write the exam.
  • A simple wristwatch is allowed inside the exam hall. However, smartwatches or those with additional fixtures must be avoided.
  • Candidates must carry a black ballpoint pen as answers marked with any other color may not be evaluated.
  • Carrying expensive valuables must be avoided as they run the risk of getting lost.
  • Candidates are allowed to carry their own hand sanitizer in a plastic bottle.

UPSC usually released the Prelims results within 25-30 days of the exam being held. Those who secure merit in this will be shortlisted for the next round, the UPSC Mains Exam 2022. India.com wishes all the best to all UPSC Prelims candidates!

 

UPSC Prelims 2022: Exam day guidelines

1. Applicants must reach the UPSC CSE exam center 40 to 60 minutes prior to the reporting time.

2. All the candidates must wear a face mask.

3. Do not carry any electronic devices, mobile phones, smartwatches, and banned items to the exam centers. Simple and basic watches will be allowed.

4. Candidates must carry their printout of UPSC CSE admit card 2022.

5. Should carry their original valid photo ID card like Voter ID, Aadhaar, Passport, etc.

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6. Applicants can carry a black ballpoint pen for answering the OMR answer sheets and attendance list.

The UPSC Prelims is a competitive examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) to select candidates for the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), and an Indian Police Service (IPS) among other central government services. The Prelims are held in two parts: Part I is the General Studies Paper I, and Part II is the General Studies Paper-II. Candidates who clear the Prelims are eligible to appear for the main examination.

The UPSC Prelims 2022 is scheduled to be held on June 26, 2022. The examination will be held in two parts: Part I will be held from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, and Part II will be held from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM. The examination will be held in offline mode. Candidates must bring their own black ballpoint pen to the examination hall. Candidates will be provided with an answer sheet and a question booklet. Candidates must attempt all questions in both papers. There is no negative marking in the Prelims.

The Prelims is an objective-type examination. In the General Studies Paper, I will test candidates on their knowledge of history, geography, economics, political science, and general awareness. The General Studies Paper-II will test candidates on their knowledge of reasoning, comprehension, and mathematics. Candidates must attempt all questions in both papers within the allotted time. There is no negative marking in the Prelims.

As you all know, the Union Public Service Commission conducts examinations for recruitment to various posts in the public sector. These posts are mainly in the Defence, Railways, Banking, Postal Services, etc. In addition to these, the UPSC also conducts examinations for Foreign Service (B.A. Foreign Service Examination and Indian Foreign Service Examination), Indian Police Service, etc.

We hope you enjoyed reading about the current affairs of this month. The most important of all is to keep yourself updated with the happenings of the country. This will help you in getting a good score in the UPSC prelims. Please stay tuned for more updates. In case you still have a query or feedback, please feel free to contact us.

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