Karnataka Public Service Commission, KPSC has announced the Admit Card for the Assistant/First Division Assistant can be download from the official website kpscrcruiment. in. KPSC recruitment has notified the release of KPSC on the official website kpsc.kar.nic.in. The KPSC FDA Revised Exam is scheduled to be organized on 28 February 2021. All the KPSC Job notification FDA and SDA, Group A, B, and C are updated on the website. There is a total of 1112 vacancies for the post of Assistant/First Division Assistant.
There are the 975 posts reversed for Residual Parent Cadre and 137 for Hyderabad Karnataka Local Cadre. To apply for this exam candidates applied at the official website and login into the application form. Then fill in the Valid Email ID and registered on the website. The photograph, signature, and Thumb Impression are required to fill the exam. There are the following steps to download the Admit Card.
- Visit the official website which is kpsc.kar.nic.in
- Click on the link to the FDA-2019 Revised Admission ticket
- The page will open then login with your registered login account
- Fill in the User Name and Password
- Admit card will appear, then download the printout for future reference
Candidates can visit the official website and login to check the Admit card. The KPSC has made it compulsory to follow the safety protocols due to COVID-19. The candidate has to take the Admit Card to the examination hall with the photograph attached to it. They are advised to put a left-hand thumb impression and the signature on the admit card. The lab number and roll number will not be displayed outside the examination hall. The registered candidates must follow the instruction related to the Admit Card. Candidates are advised to take a sanitizer inside the examination center. They are advised to enter the examination hall wearing a face mask.
The KPSC will conduct the exam in the different centers. Candidates can reach half an hour before the exam started. They need to report at the time mentioned on the Admit Card. They need to carry their Admit Card along with a photograph and a valid ID proof such as Aadhar Card, PAN Card, Driving License, Passport. Candidates are advised to maintain a 4 feet distance from each other. The examination hall and monitors will be sanitized before and after the examination. As per the protocol, The seating arrangement will also have a gap in between. To know more about this article stay connected to us.