NPSC Nagaland Prelims Admit Card 2021 Released at npsc.nagaland.gov.in, Exam on 27 November

In order to download NPSC Prelims 2021 admit card, candidates have to visit npsc.nagaland.gov.in and access the E-Admit Card link from the drop-down menu of the services section. NPSC Prelims exam will be held on November 27.

By Rohit Sindhu, Updated : Nov 23, 2021 09:39 IST
NPSC Nagaland Prelims Admit Card 2021 Released at npsc.nagaland.gov.in, Exam on 27 November
NPSC Nagaland admit card 2021 released at npsc.nagaland.gov.in; exam on 27 november

Nagaland Public Service Commission abbreviated as NPSC has released the admit card for NPSC Prelims Exam 2021 on its official website npsc.nagaland.gov.in. Candidates who have applied for the examination can now download their admit cards using their case numbers. The prelims examination is scheduled to be held on November 27, 2021. The exam in OMR-based mode will be organized at designated centres in Nagaland. 

In order to download the NPSC admit card 2021, candidates have to visit npsc.nagaland.gov.in. Thereafter, have to click on the 'Services' button at the top of the page. Then click on 'E-Admit Card'  from the drop-down menu. By doing so, a new login window will open. Therein, candidates need to enter their credentials such as username, password or case number. Upon clicking on the download button, admit card will generate on the computer screen.

Additionally, a direct link to download the NPSC Admit Card is also facilitated here. The admit cards would contain various details such as the name of the candidates, exam date, exam venue, and roll numbers. In case of discrepancy, candidates may contact the commission, for the same.

NPSC Admit Card 2021 is a mandatory document to appear for the examination. Candidates will not be allowed to appear for the examination without hall tickets, photo ID proof, and other relevant documents prescribed by the commission.

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The preliminary examination will consist of 1 (one) paper of objective type (MCQ with OMR Answer Sheet) carrying a maximum of 200 marks in the syllabus given below. This examination is meant to serve as a screening test only; the marks obtained in the preliminary examination by the candidates who are declared qualified for admission to the main examination will not be counted for determining their final order of merit. 

The number of candidates to be admitted to the main examination shall be fixed as per provisions laid down in the recruitment rules. 

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