UPSC ESE 2019 Exam – Details to Raise Query Against Questions through QPRep
Published on : 20th December 2018 Author : Himanshu Basant Bhatt
The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) had started an initiative in November 2017 for raising question paper related concerns – QPRep. Candidates can raise query against the questions asked in the exam through the online question paper representation portal. Candidates who are to appear in the Engineering Services Preliminary Phase examination can submit their representation. The QPRep window will remain open for 7 days from 7th to 13th January 2019. The engineering Services preliminary examination is scheduled to be held on 6th January 2019. Queries can be raised through the official portal. Applications cannot be made through any other mode and after the last date of submission.
UPSC ESE Admit Card 2018
UPSC has released the Engineering Services Exam Admit Card on 12th December 2018. Candidates have to carry the printout of the admit card to the examination centre. A photo ID proof has to be carried along with the admit card. The photo ID proof can be any one of the following:
- Aadhaar Card
- PAN Card
- Voter ID Card
- Driving License
- Any other photo ID proof issued by the State/Central government
If the photograph is not visible on the e-admit card, candidates are required to carry two identical passport size photographs to the examination centre. Also, bring Black Ball Point Pen to the examination centre.
Any discrepancies in the admit card can be communicated to the commission at email@example.com latest by 29th December 2018.
About UPSC ESE
UPSC ESE exam is conducted for appointments at posts under the Government of India in civil engineering, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and electronics & telecommunication engineering services. The exam is conducted in three phases – Preliminary, Main, and Interview. Candidates who qualify a phase become eligible for the subsequent phase. The final selection is done on the basis of candidate’s performance in all the phases.