UPSC IAS 2022 Admit Card Will Be Released Soon. See Here For Details

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Rachit Kumar
Rachit Kumar Saxena
Updated on May 1, 2022 00:26 IST

UPSC IAS 2022 admit card will be released soon. Check here the steps to download the UPSC 2022 e-admit card.


UPSC IAS 2022 Prelims Admit Card Soon

UPSC IAS 2022 admit card will be released soon. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) states that it will release the admit card for the exam three weeks before the exam day. But in the past, UPSC had released the IAS admit card approximately one month before the exam date. UPSC IAS 2022 prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 5. It implies that UPSC IAS 2022 admit card will be released around 5 May.

UPSC IAS admit card is the authority letter to secure admission to the exam centre. The candidates need to carry one government identity proof with the admit card to establish their identity when asked for.

How to download UPSC IAS 2022 admit card?

The candidates can see below the steps to download UPSC IAS 2022 admit card

  • Candidates can download their UPSC admit card by following the steps mentioned below:
  • Visit the official website of UPSC (
  • Click on the Admit Card link available on the Home page of the website.
  • Read the instructions given on the page and click on the Yes button.
  • Select any of the given two options–By Registration ID or By Roll Number.
  • Enter registration ID and date of birth (if ‘By Registration ID’ is selected) or roll number and date of birth (if ‘By Roll Number’ is selected).
  • Click on the Submit button.
  • Download the IAS admit card

UPSC IAS 2022 Prelims Exam Pattern 

UPSC IAS prelims 2022 exam will be conducted offline in pen and paper mode. UPSC prelims exam comprises two Multiple Choice Question (MCQs) papers. The candidates need to qualify for both papers. The syllabus of the prelims exam was notified of the official notification. UPSC exam pattern is as follows:




General Studies Paper- I 



General Studies Paper-II (Aptitude Test)





The marks obtained in the General Studies-I paper will be counted for the UPSC prelims result.

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