The news from Union Public Service Commission  for candidates those who were waiting for CAPF Admit Card 2018 for Assistant Commandant exam, the Union Public Service Commission has released, The admit card Today i.e. 20th July 2018

All the candidates who applied for the Assistant Commandant exam can download the CAPF Hall Ticket 2018 by providing the required information. Here we will provide direct links to download the Admit Card quickly.

You can also Download the Admit Card without the Direct Link, by following the below provided few Simple steps.

Steps to download the UPSC CAPF Admit Card 2018?

  • Click on the official portal of UPSC i.e. upsconline.nic.in
  • Scroll down click on the Admit card tab.
  • You will find  “e-Admit card of CAPF Assistant Commandant 2018 Exam”
  • Click on the “Click Here” Link for the Admit card.
  • Read the Information provided and click on the “Click here link”
  • After that click on the “YES” button
  • Select  the “Registration ID or Roll Number” Option
  • Provide your Registration ID or Roll Number and take printout.

Click on the below link provided to Download the CAPF Admit Card.

Click here

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