MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022 Out, Check How to Download

Times of India | 2 weeks ago | 22-09-2022 | 11:45 am

MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022 Out, Check How to Download

MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022 Download: The MPSC has released the admit card for the Maharashtra Agriculture Services Main Examination 2021 on the official website. The Maharashtra Agriculture Services Main Examination 2021 will be held on October 1, 2022. Visit MPSC Online's official website www.mpsconline.gov.in or www.mpsc.gov.in to get the admit card if you are one of the applicants who have qualified for the Maharashtra Agriculture Services Main Examination round. MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022: Important Information You will need to enter your login details at the link on the official website to download the MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022 The mains exam round is open to all candidates who successfully passed the prelims exam for the Maharashtra Agriculture Services Main Examination 2021 against Advt. No. 067/2022 MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022: Important DateThe Maharashtra Agriculture Services Main Examination 2021 will be held on 1st October 2022 MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022: How to Download Go to the MPSC official website, which is www.mpsc.gov.in Now you have to click on the ‘Download Admission Certificate’ link given on the homepage You will be taken to a new page where you have to select the exam name - ‘Maharashtra Agriculture Services Main Examination 2022’ Now enter your Mobile Number and OTP OR Your Email ID and OTP to move forward Now you can download MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022 and save it for the later use Candidates can download or get any other detailed information about the MPSC Agriculture Services Mains Admit Card 2022 from the official website www.mpsconline.gov.in or www.mpsc.gov.in

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