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KPSC FDA Recruitment 2021 Admit Card Released at kpscrecruitment.in, Details Here

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Karnataka Public Service Commission (KPSC) on Monday released the admit card for the examination being conducted for the recruitment of Assistant/ First Division Assistant (FDA). The candidates, who have applied for the KPSC Recruitment 2021 for Assistant/First Division Assistant 2021 examination, can download the hall ticket from the official website at kpscrecruitment.in.

The selection process for the KPSC Recruitment 2021 FDA post involves two stages — the first is the written exam, followed by the interview round. Only those who clear the KPSC FDA 2021 written exam stage will be qualified to appear for the interview round. There are three papers that the candidate will have to appear for, including Kannada, General English/General Kannada and General Knowledge. All these papers will be for a duration of 90 minutes each. The only subjective paper will be the Kannada exam, for 150 marks, while the other two papers will be objective type of 100 marks each.

Here is how you can download the KPSC FDA 2021 admit card:

Step 1: Visit at kpscrecruitment.in

Step 2: On the homepage of the website,you will see a hyperlink regarding the admit card. Click on it

Step 3: You will be directed to a new page, wherein you will be asked to login using your credentials

Step 4: The KPSC FDA 2021 admit card will be displayed on screen

Step 5: Download and take a print of the hall ticket

The candidates can also directly click on this link and download the KPSC FDA 2021admit card.

The KPSC FDA 2021 admit card will have all details regarding the exam venue, reporting time, guidelines etc. The candidates must ensure that their personal details like name, roll number etc are correctly mentioned in the KPSC FDA 2021admit card. No person will be allowed to give the exam without producing a copy of admit card at the exam venue.

In case there is any discrepancy in the KPSC FDA 2021admit card, the candidate should write to the concerned authorities at the earliest.

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