UPSC IFS Main Examination 2015 Schedule Time Table Declared Check @

UPSC IFS Main Examination 2015 Schedule Time Table Declared Check @ :- Union Public Service Commission ‘UPSC’ has released the main examination time table of Indian Forest Service (IFS) 2015 on their official website today on 14 October 2015. Candidates who are set to take part in the examinations can now download the official time table from the UPSC website link given below.


UPSC is India’s Central agency authorised to conduct various examinations like Civil services, Indian Forest services, etc. It will release the notification for the recruitment in various departments as and when there is a requirement. It has released a notification for the recruitment in IFS and has invited all the applications from the eligible candidates.

The interested and eligible candidates had applied and appeared for the exam which was conducted by UPSC. It conducted the prelims examination for the civil services for recruiting the eligible candidates in the field of IAS, IPS and IFS services and even declared the results of the same on 11th October 2015.

All the qualified candidates from the prelims have to attend the mains exam. Now the candidates have been waiting for the timetable of the Mains exam ever since the results of the Prelims are out. Now the good news is the commission had released the official timetable for the Mains and all of them can check and download it from the official website.

Procedure to Check UPSC IFS Mains Exam Time Table 2015 Online

  • Log onto the official website of USPC i.e
  • Click on the link ‘Time-Table – Indian Forest Service (Main) Examination, 2015’
  • The PDF file will open with the timetable.
  • Download the file onto your mobile or computer
  • Save it for further reference in future or take a print out.

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