New Delhi, May 7: Candidates appearing for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Prelims 2018 will have to download their admit cards. No physical admit cards will be there. UPSC has released a statement with a list of dos and don’ts for candidates. The Commission had uploaded the e-admit cards on its website —  The examination will be conducted on June 3. Also Read - Tina Dabi, Athar Khan File For Divorce in Jaipur's Family Court | How The IAS Couple Had The Perfect Love Story

According to PTI, in case the photograph is not clear, blurred or not available on the e-admit card, candidates will have to carry to the venue two identical photographs (one photograph for each session) along with proof of identities such as an Aadhaar, a driving licence, passport or voter ID card, and the printout of the e-admit card with an undertaking that the proof was genuine. Also Read - LHMC BSc Nursing Exam 2020: Admit card Released at, Details Here

Appearing candidates were also advised to take a printout of their e-admit cards well in advance to prevent any last-minute rush or load on the website. Entry into the examination venue will be barred 10 minutes before the scheduled start of the test, that is at 09:20 am for the forenoon session and 02:20 pm for the afternoon session. Also Read - UPSC Marksheet 2019 Released at | Know Here How to Download

Candidates cannot carry mobile phones, pagers or any electronic equipment or programmable device or storage media such as a pen drive, smart watches etc. or camera or Bluetooth devices or any other equipment or related accessories either in a working or switched off mode capable of being used as a communication device.

The UPSC 2018 exam will be conducted in two phases: Preliminary which is objective type and Civil Services (Main) Examination (written and interview) for various posts. In the UPSC Prelims exam, there will be negative marking for every wrong answer. The candidates, who clear the UPSC Prelims 2018, will be eligible to sit for UPSC Main.

(with agency inputs)