Today is the last day to register for the UPSC IES, ISS Examination 2022.

The Union Public Service Commission administers the IES and ISS exams . The Admit Card for the UPSC IES, ISS Examination 2022 has already been published .

Starting today, Friday, June 24, 2022, entrance tests for Indian Economic Services (IES) and Indian Statistical Services (ISS) will be administered.Every year, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) administers the IES and ISS exams.The Admit Card for the UPSC IES, ISS Examination 2022 has already been published by the Commission.Candidates who have not yet downloaded their UPSC IES and ISS Admit Card 2022 admit cards can download them from the direct link provided here.

Login to view the results of this examination and the approximate number of seats open in the Junior Time Scale of the Services are shown below:Part I-Viva voce of those candidates who may be called by the Commission for the examination, containing a maximum of 1000 marks.Part II-Viva voce of those candidates with a maximum of 200 marks.No.SubjectMaximum MarksMaximum MarksAllowed1General English1003 hrs2General Studies1003 hrs3General Economics-II2003 hrs4General Economics-II2003 hrs5Global Economics-III2003 hrs6Indian Economics2003 hrsUPSC IES, ISS Exam 2022: Indian Statistical Services.No.AssumeMaximum MarksPerformance Allowed1General English1003 hrs2General Discussions1003 hrs3Statistics-I (Objective)2002 hrs4Statistics-II (Objective)2002 hrs5Statistics-III (Descriptive)2003 hrs6Statistics-IV (Descriptive)2003 hrsStatistics I & II will be of Objective Type Questions (80 questions Statistics III and IV will be of the Descriptive Style, consisting of Short Answer Small Issues Questions (50%) and Long Answer and Comprehension problem questions (50%).Each section requires at least one Short Answer and one Long Answer.

Candidates are allowed to pick up a maximum of two sections out of them.All sections will receive equal marks.The papers on General English and General Studies, which are common to both the Indian Economic Service and the Indian Statistical Service, will be of a subject matter.All other papers of the Indian Economic Service will be of a subjective nature.

Always review the e-Admit Card carefully and bring any errors, if any, to the UPSC's attention immediately.In all the UPSC.3 correspondence, please include your Name, Roll Number, Registration ID, and Year of the Examination.To gain entrance to the Examination Hall, bring the e-Admit Card (print out) along with the (original) Photo Identity Card, whose number is indicated in the e-Admit Card, in each session.The E-Admit Card must be kept until the publication of the final results of the IESISS Examination, 2022.4.

Please note that entrance to the Examination Venue will be closed 10 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the Examination, e.g.08:50 AM for the Forenoon Session and 01:50 PM for the Afternoon Session.After the entry is complete, no candidate shall be allowed to enter the Examination Venue.6.To avoid the last-ditch effort in their own interest, candidates are encouraged to register for their exam venue at least one day ahead and familiarize themselves with the schedule.

Candidates should note that they will not be permitted to appear at any other Examination Venue other than the Examination Venue indicated on the e-Admit Card.8.Please read the Examination Notice that is available on the UPSC website www.upsc.gov.in and a poster containing instructions that is displayed outside the Examination Venue.9.Your admission to the examination is provisional.10.The candidate must not be in possession of or using a cell phone (even in switched off mode), pager, or other electronic equipment, programmable device, storage media, such as a pen drive, smart watches, etc., or any other camera, Bluetooth devices, or any other equipment or related accessories either in working or switched off mode capable of being used as a communication device during the examination.

Within the Examination Rooms Halls, candidates may use standard or simple wristwatches.However, it is strictly forbidden to wear watches with any special attachment that could be used as a communication device or smart watches, and candidates are forbidden from carrying such watches into the Examination Rooms Halls.12.In descriptive type papers only of the Examination, applicants will be permitted to use scientific (Non-programmable type) calculators.Programmable type calculators are not permitted, and their use would be equivalent to resorting to deceptive practices by the candidates.

In the Objective Type Papers of the Exam, no calculator of any kind is permitted.13.Candidates are encouraged not to take any valuables, expensive items and bags to the Examination Venue, as the same cannot be guaranteed for safekeeping.In this regard, the Commission will not be held accountable.14.For appearing at the Examination with an undertaking, candidates who do not have clear photographs on their e-Admit Card will be required to produce a photo identification card and two passport-sized photographs, one for each Session.15.

Candidates who have chosen for their own scribe should bear in mind that such a separate e-Admit Card will only be accepted for the Exam by such a scribe.The e-Admit Cards for the own scribes will be sold separately.17 For wrong answers marked by a candidate in the objective type question papers for the IES Exam, there will be a penalty (Negative Marking).18.Answers that are not made by Black point pen in IES Exam objective papers will not be considered.19.Candidates are required to wear a maskface jacket.

However, candidates will have to remove their masks from their examination cases as per their examination administrators.21.In a transparent bottle, the candidate can carry his own hand sanitizer (internal size).22.Candidates are expected to follow COVID 19 principles of social distancing as well as personal care both inside and outside the Examination Halls and the Venue's premises.