APSC Admit Card 2022 – Combined Competitive Exam for 331 Posts

Exam NameCombined Competitive Exam
Total Posts331 Posts
OrganizationAssam PSC
Exam TypeMains
Exam DateFrom 21st February 2022
Admit Card StatusReleased
Release Date7th February 2022

APSC Admit Card 2022

Assam Public Service Commission has released an official notification regarding Combined Competitive Examination, 2020. As per the notification, candidates who submitted their online applications for 331 posts between 10th September to 28th October 2020 through the official portal of APSC, will have to appear for the CCE Main Examination, 2020. For Main Exam, APSC has issued the admit card to the shortlisted candidates on 7th February 2022 and they will be able to download their admit card from the official portal.

Related: APSC Result 2022

APSC Admit Card Details

Name of Exam: Combined Competitive Examination, 2020

No of Posts: 331 Posts

Name of Organization: Assam Public Service Commission

Type of Exam: Main Examination

Date of Exam: 21st, 22nd, 23rd and 27th February 2022

Venue of Exam: District Headquarter of 31 Districts (Prelims)

Admit Card Status: Released

Admit Card Release Date: 7th February 2022

Helpline: cceapsc@gmail.com

Schedule of APSC CCE Exam

Assam Public Service Commission’s Combined Competitive Examination (Mains), 2020 is going to be held from 21st February 2022 as per the following schedule. The candidates who are shortlisted will need to appear in the exam as per the schedule.

Date & DayForenoon
(9 AM – 12 PM)
Afternoon
(1:30 PM – 4:30 PM)
21/02/2022
(Monday)
Paper-I- EssayPaper-II- General Studies-I
22/02/2022
(Tuesday)
Paper-III- General Studies-IIPaper-IV- General Studies-III
23/02/2022
(Wednesday)
Paper-V- General Studies-IVPaper-VI- General Studies-V
27/02/2022
(Sunday)
Optional Subject Paper-IOptional Subject Paper-II

How to Download APSC Admit Card?

The candidates who had submitted their online applications for the Combined Competitive Examination, 2020 to be conducted by the Assam Public Service Commission will be able to download their admit card after the official release. To appear in the exam candidates must bring a print out admit card while going to the exam centre. Candidates will be able to download their admit cards from the official portal or can follow the steps listed to get their admit card.

  • Scroll down, check Important Link‘s section.
  • Click on Download APSC Admit Card link.
  • A page will load, enter your Roll Number, Date of Birth and click on Submit.
  • That’s it, now your admit card will be downloaded.

How to Find My Roll Number?

Candidates who do not have roll numbers have to search their roll number in the official PDF file provided by APSC. You can follow the easy steps listed below to find your roll number.

  • Scroll down, check Important Link‘s section.
  • Click on Find APSC CCE Roll No link.
  • A PDF file will be downloaded.
  • Find your name on that PDF file.
  • Now, you will see your roll number on the right side of your name.

Important of APSC Admit Card 2022

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FAQs of APSC Admit Card

When will the APSC CCE Preliminary Exam be conducted?

APSC CCE Preliminary Exam has been conducted on 12th September 2021.

When will the APSC CCE Preliminary Exam Result be declared?

APSC CCE Preliminary Exam Result has been declared on 5th November 2021 on the official website of Assam Public Service Commission. Click here to know more details.

When will the APSC CCE Main Exam be conducted?

Assam Public Service Commission will conduct the APSC CCE Main Examination, 2020 from 21st February 2022.

What information is required to download APSC CCE Admit Card?

Candidates will need Roll Number and Date of Birth to download their APSC CCE Admit Card.

What is the full form of APSC and CCE?

The full form of APSC is Assam Public Service Commission and CCE is Combined Competitive Examination.

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