UPSC CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
UPSC Civil Service Examination is a nationwide competitive examination, conducted by UPSC every year. UPSC is authorised by the Government of India to conduct various recruitments such as Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Forest Service (IFS) and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and other department recruitment Exams. The Civil Service examination is one of the hard-hitting exams in India every year. UPSC Civil Service Examination pass percentage is 0.1% to 0.3%. In addition, for Indian Administrative Service recruitments, the chances are very low to 0.03%.
How Civil Service Examination conducted?
UPSC Civil Service Examination is considered as the most difficult exams in India. The UPSC authorities will receive more than million applications every year. Half million aspirants are appearing for the first stage examination. UPSC Civil Service Examination is a challenge for the talented job seekers. UPSC Civil Service Examination is conducted in three different stages, every stage should be cleared. In order to crack these three stages, Aspirants should really be an intelligent. Aspirants should be pro in rational thinking, drafting skills, language competency, depth knowledge in current affairs and history of India.
Three stages of UPSC Civil Service Examination:
Preliminary Examination: Every year the preliminary exam official notification is released in the month of May. After that, Exam will be conducted in the month of August. In the first stage, UPSC conducts a preliminary examination with two objective type papers. In that, First paper is about social studies and the second one is an aptitude test. The preliminary exam results will be released in the mid October every year.
Mains Examination: After the successful completion of the preliminary examination, UPSC conducts the second stage exam which is usually called Mains examination. This exam is usually conducted in the month of December every year. In the second stage, UPSC conducts main examination for the qualified candidates in the First Stage prelims examination. In the exam, there are nine papers with conventional type essays. The results of Mains Examination will be released in the second week of March.
Personality Test: Based on the results, cut off marks in the Mains Examination, Qualified candidates are eligible for the third stage UPSC Examination. This third stage examination is a personal interview, which is held in the April or May every year. In the third stage, a personal interview will be taken for the qualified candidates. This personal interview consists of test to check the spontaneous skills. And the final results will be released usually in the end of May. After successful completion candidate will be called for training on the first Monday of September every year.
UPSC Civil Service Examination Vacancies and Selection:
Every year number of vacancies are vary while comparing to the previous year. Candidates appearing the mains exam will be 10 or 11 times more than present vacancies. Candidates called for interview will be 2 times more than available vacancies. In order to secure a place in the highly sought after Indian Administrative service, must get a rank under 70, a success rate of 0.025 percent.
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