UPSC IFoS 2020 mains result with names released; check details here
Union Public Service Commission has uploaded the selection list of candidates in the mains exam of Indian Forest Service 2020 with their names and roll numbers. Shortlisted candidates will appear for the personality test, the dates will be announced soon.
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has uploaded UPSC IFoS 2020 mains result with names and roll numbers of selected candidates. Those who have appeared in UPSC IFoS mains exam from February 28 to March 7, 2021, can download their results from the official website-upsc.gov.in. Candidates who have qualified the mains exam will appear for the personality test.
The candidature of these candidates is provisional subject to fulfilling their eligibility prescribed for this exam. Candidates will have to provide the certificates in support of their age, educational qualification, community, EWS, PwBD and other documents such as TA form, etc at the time of personality test.
Check here UPSC IFoS Mains Result 2020 with names
The personality test of the selected candidates will be held in due course in UPSC office. Admit cards will be issued to candidates three weeks before the exam. Candidates will be able to download their UPSC admit cards for IFoS personality test by logging with the required credentials. Candidates who will not be able to download their admit cards should immediately contact the examination authority. No request for change in the date and time of the personality test will be entertained by UPSC.
Candidates qualified for personality test are required to opt in/opt out for publically making their scores available under the Public Disclosure Scheme. It is only after this, candidates will be able to download their admit cards.
Indian Forest Services 2020 mains result was announced on June 16. A total of 222 candidates had qualified the mains exam. The Detailed Application Form-II (DAF-II) for appearing in the interview will be made available from June 23 to July 7, 2021.
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