Delhi Forest Department has released Forest Guard Admit cards on Monday, February 18. After the release, the candidates who have applied for the Delhi Forest Department recruitment on Forest Guard can download their E-Admit card online from the website www.forest.delhigovt.nic.in and the link given below.
The Delhi Forest Guard examination will be held in Computer-Based Online mode at the designated exam centers in Delhi and NCR. The examination will be held from 1 to 7 March 2021 in two sessions.
Earlier, a report published on See latest stated that the Admit cards would release on February 15 in reference to the official notification from the Delhi Forest Department that stated "Candidates can download their admit card from 18 February 2021 to 7 March 2021 on the Departmental website http://forest.delhigovt.nic.in".
As a reference to the candidates, direct links are provided to download the Forest Guard Admit Card from Link 1. Instructions provided to help the candidates download their e-Admit cards with ease.
Update: The admit card link has been activated for the public on 18 February 2021. The candidates are asked to visit the website from time to time.
1. Go to the website of the Delhi Forest Department
2. Go to the "What's New" segment on the homepage
3. Click on 'Release of Admit Cards for appearing in Computer bases test to the post of Forest Guard post in Department of Forests and Wildlife, Govt. of NCT of Delhi- reg'
4. Enter your User ID and Password
5. Click on 'Login'
6. Download and print a copy of the E-Admit card required for the future purpose of examination.
Delhi Forest Guard Exam Pattern:
A Computer-based test (Online mode) will be conducted from 1 to 7 March 2021 in two sessions. The Forest Guard online examination will consist of Multiple Choice Questions each carrying equal and 1 mark. In order to avoid guesswork, a negative marking scheme will be applicable and 1/4th of the mark will be deducted for every wrong answer.
The Four sections will be asked in the Forest Guard exam- 1) General intelligence, 2) General Awareness, 3) Quantitative Aptitude and, 4) English Comprehension. A total of 200 questions shall be asked carrying a maximum of 200 marks. The duration of the computer-based examination will be 02 hours (120 minutes).