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UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
PRESS NOTE
REGARDING PRESS NOTE IN RESPECT OF COMBINED GEOSCIENTIST AND
GEOLOGIST EXAMINATION, 2015 The Union Public Service Commission will be conducting the
Combined Geo‐Scientist and Geologist Examination, 2015 from 23rd May to
25th May, 2015 at various Centres all over India. e‐Admit cards are available on the Commission’s website http://www.upsc.gov.in. Candidates are advised to download and check the e‐admit card carefully and bring discrepancy, if any, to the notice of the Commission immediately. Rejection letters citing the ground(s) for rejection have been dispatched and also put on the Union Public Service Commission website http://www.upsc.gov.in. In case of any difficulty faced by the candidates in downloading e‐Admit Card, they may contact the UPSC Facilitation Counter on Telephone Nos. 011‐
23385271, 011‐23381125 and 011‐23098543 on any working day between
10.00 AM and 5.00 PM. The candidates can also send Fax message on Fax
No. 011‐23387310. No Admit Card will be sent by post.
In case the photograph is not printed clear on the e‐Admit Card, candidates are advised to carry two (2) photographs (one identical photograph for each session) along with proof of identity such as identity
Card or Voter Identity Card or Passport or Driving License and printout of e‐
Admit Card at the venue of the Examination.
MOBILE PHONES BANNED
Mobile phones or any other communication devices are not allowed and the candidates bringing Mobile phone or any other communication devices or any banned item with them will not be allowed entry into the premises of the Examination Venues. Any infringement of these instructions shall entail disciplinary action including ban from future examination.

UNION PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NEW DELHI – 110069, 1ST MAY, 2015 /VAISAKH, SAKA 1937

संघ लोक सेवा आयोग

ूेस नोट
सिम्मिलत भूवज्ञािनक एवं भूिवज्ञानी परीक्षा, 2015 क संबध में ूेस नोट



संघ लोक सेवा आयोग 23 मई, 2015 से 25 मई, 2015 तक दे शभर क िविभन्न

कन्िों पर सिम्मिलत भूवैज्ञािनक एवं भूिवज्ञानी परीक्षा, 2015 आयोिजत करे गा। ई-ूवेश-पऽ

आयोग की वेबसाइट http://www.upsc.gov.in पर उपलब्ध हैं । उम्मीदवारों को सलाह दी
जाती है िक वे अपना ई-ूवेश पऽ डाउनलोड कर लें और उसकी ध्यानपूवक जांच कर लें तथा
र्

िवसंगित, यिद कोई हो, को तुरंत आयोग क ध्यान में लाएं। अःवीकृ ित का (क) कारण

बताते हुए अःवीकृ ित पऽ ूेिषत कर िदए गए हैं और संघ लोक सेवा आयोग की वेबसाइट

http://www.upsc.gov.in पर भी ूदिशर्त कर िदए गए हैं । ई-ूवेश पऽ डाउनलोड करने में

िकसी भी ूकार की किठनाई क मामले में, उम्मीदवार संघ लोक सेवा आयोग क सुिवधा


कन्ि पर दरभाष संख्या 011-23385271,



011-23381125 और 011-23098543 पर

िकसी भी कायर् िदवस में ूात: 10.00 बजे से सायं 5.00

बजे

तक संपक कर सकते हैं ।
र्

उम्मीदवार, फक्स सं. 011-23387310 पर फक्स संदेश भी भेज सकते हैं । डाक द्वारा कोई


ूवेश-पऽ नहीं भेजा जाएगा।
यिद ई-ूवेश पऽ पर फोटो ःपंट रूप से मुिित नहीं है तब उम्मीदवारों को सलाह दी
जाती है िक वे परीक्षा-ःथल पर अपने साथ पहचान का ूमाण जैसे पहचान पऽ या मतदाता
पहचान पऽ या पासपोटर् या साइिवंग लाइसेंस और ई-ूवेश पऽ क िूंटआउट क साथ दो (2)


समरूप फोटोमाफ (ूत्येक सऽ क िलए एक समरूप फोटोमाफ) लेकर आएं।


मोबाइल फोन ूितबंिधत
मोबाइल फोन अथवा िकसी अन्य संचार उपकरण की अनुमित नहीं है और मोबाइल फोन
अथवा कोई अन्य संचार उपकरण अथवा कोई अन्य ूितबंिधत वःतु लाने वाले उम्मीदवारों
को परीक्षा कन्ि क पिरसर में ूवेश की अनुमित नहीं दी जाएगी। इन अनुदेशों का उल्लंघन


करने की िःथित में उम्मीदवार क िवरुद्ध अनुशासिनक कारर् वाई की जा सकती है , िजसमें

भिवंय में होने वाली परीक्षाओं पर रोक शािमल है ।

संघ लोक सेवा आयोग

नई िदल्ली Ð 110069

िदनांक

01 मई, 2015/वैशाख, शक 1937

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