Updated On : 15 Jun, 2023


The UPSC EPFO Admit Card 2023 was issued by the Union Public Service Commission on June 14, 2023. The Commission has scheduled an Offline Pen and Paper Based Recruitment Test for shortlisting candidates for the UPSC EPFO/APFO post on July 2, 2023 (Sunday) at 79 centers.

The admit cards can be accessed through the commission's official website. To download the UPSC EPFO EO/AO Admit Card 2023, students will need their registration number or roll number. It is essential for candidates to note that the EPFO exam will be conducted in offline mode. The exam will consist of 300 multiple-choice questions on General Ability, and candidates will have 2 hours to complete the test. It is worth mentioning that 1/3 marks will be deducted for each incorrect answer.

Download UPSC EPFO/ APFO Admit Card 2023

  • Visit the official website of the UPSC.

  • On the homepage, you will get a tab for Admit Card where you have to click on “E-Admit Cards for various Examinations of UPSC”.

  • Afterward, a new screen will appear where you have to click on “Enforcement Officer/Accounts Officer and/or Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, EPFO,2023”.

  • Now, enter your credentials carefully such as your registration I’D and date of birth. 

  • Your admit card will appear on the screen, download it for future reference. 

Direct UPSC EPFO/ APFO Admit Card 2023 

For those who encounter issues with downloading the admit card, there are designated mail IDs to address different problems. Applicants with data problems for the EO/AO post can contact [email protected], while those with data problems for the APFC post can reach out to [email protected]. In case of technical problems, candidates can contact [email protected]

It is strongly advised that aspirants download the admit card well in advance of the exam date to avoid any last-minute risks. After downloading the admit card, candidates are requested to carefully read and follow the instructions provided on the official website. Some important instructions include carrying the admit card and ID card, ensuring arrival at the exam centre 10 minutes before the exam (as the entry gate will be closed), and refraining from bringing any electronic devices to the exam center.

Candidates should also ensure that the photographs on the admit card are clear. If not, they must bring alternative identification documents such as Aadhar Card, Passport, and Driving License, along with two passport-size photographs (one for each session) to the exam centre.

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