MPSC State Service 2021 Prelims admit card released; here's how to download
Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) prelims exams are conducted for the recruitment in various departments to the posts such as Block Development Officer (BDO), Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), and Deputy Collector
The Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) on Tuesday released the preliminary examination admit card. All those candidates who have registered to appear for the preliminary examination can download their admit card via the official site mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in. The examination will be conducted on 14 March.
The exam is conducted for the recruitment in various departments to the posts such as Block Development Officer (BDO), Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Deputy Collector, Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Deputy Registrar Cooperative Societies, Superintendent State Excise Department and Tahsildar, The Times Of India reported.
Candidates can download the MPSC State Service 2021 Prelims Admit Card via direct link. https://mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in/MPSC/MPSCHome.aspx
MPSC State Service 2021 Prelims Admit Card: How To Download
Step 1: Candidates must visit the official website of MPSC- mahampsc.mahaonline.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the candidate’s login section
Step 3: A new window will open
Step 4: In the space provided, enter your ID and password
Step 5: Upon logging in, the admit card will be displayed on the screen
Step 6: Download the MPSC State Service 2021 Prelims admit card and take its print out for future reference
In case of any discrepancies in the admit card, candidates must contact the authorities and get it rectified at the earliest.
All the candidates appearing in the MPSC State Service 2021 Prelims exam will be required to carry a printout of the admit card to the examination hall. As the examination is being conducted amidst the pandemic, the candidates will have to abide by the COVID-19 safety guidelines which include wearing a mask at all times and maintaining appropriate distancing.
Candidates can raise objections against the answer key by providing appropriate representations on or before 8 April
The decision was taken in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, which was attended by cabinet ministers and the Leader of Opposition Devendra Fadnavis