UPSC Civil Services Exam Notification 2020 – Overview
|Name of the Board||Union Public Service Commission|
|Name of the Post||Civil Services|
|Mode of Application||Online|
|Total Number of Vacancies||796|
|Selection Process||Preliminary Test, Mains Examination and Interview|
|Job Category||Central Govt Jobs|
|Apply online starting date||12th February 2020|
|Apply online closing date||3rd March 2020|
Exam date's will be expected soon
Union Public Service Commission will soon issue UPSC Notification 2020 to conduct the Civil Services (Preliminary) exam for recruiting the candidates for various posts. Once the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2020 Official Notification is released, the apply online link will be active on the official website.
The starting date for the submission of application is from 12th February 2020 to 3rd March 2020 at www.upsc.gov.in. Before applying for the post, candidates should go through the UPSC IAS Official Notification 2020 to know whether they hold the eligibility criteria or not. Those who are looking for UPSC Jobs 2020 can grab this golden opportunity and apply for this recruitment before the closing date.
We have provided syllabus, Previous Papers, Exam Pattern and Exam Centers which helps in your preparation. Also, you can get other details regarding the UPSC Civil Services Exam Notification 2020 like age limit, qualification, selection process, salary, important dates, links to apply, etc. are shared below.
Candidates who wish to apply for UPSC IAS Exam 2020 have to ensure the eligibility criteria as mentioned below or in UPSC Civil Services Exam Notification 2020. Some of the primary eligibility conditions like nationality, number of attempts, age limit, educational qualification, etc.
For Indian Administrative Services (IAS) and Indian Police Services (IPS) candidate must be a citizen of India
Candidate belongs to the Tibet/Bhutan/Nepal and settled in India before 1st January 2020 can apply for all other services
Age relaxation is given for the candidates belonging to the particular category and the relaxations are as follows
Candidates who have completed Graduation from a recognized university can apply for these posts.
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the exam to recruit the candidates for different posts in All India Services and Central Civil Services in various departments of the Government of India. It was started in 1922. About 1 million candidates applied for the preliminary examination in 2017. The UPSC Civil Services Exam is also known as the IAS Exam. The selection committee officials will test the knowledge and skills of the candidates by conducting the exam on writing, English, General Knowledge and Others, and it is done in three stages:
Willing applicants who hold the eligibility norms can fill and submit the UPSC Civil Services Application form 2020 before the closing date.
Candidates have to pay the fee online using a credit card, debit card, net banking, etc. or offline using SBI bank challan.
UPSC IAS Mains exam consists of a total of nine descriptive papers conducted for 5 to 7 days. Out of the Nine, two papers are of qualifying in nature. There are four general studies papers, one essay paper, and two optional subject papers
The Preliminary and Main Exam 2020 is conducted in different centres. UPSC IAS Preliminary exam is conducted at IAS Prelims Exam Centers in 72 cities where a Mains exam is conducted at IAS Exam Centers in 24 cities across India. So candidates, those who have applied for the particular post and going to attend the written test should go through these centres
UPSC Preliminary Exam dates will be expected soon. Those who have cleared the prelims are only eligible to appear for the mains exam. The interview is conducted to the mains qualified candidates on a certain date.
Candidates who have successfully submitted the filled UPSC IAS Application Form before the last date. They can download the UPSC IAS Prelims Admit card 2020 three weeks before the commencement of the exam. No, admit cards will be sent to the candidates through post. Applicants have to download the UPSC Admit card 2020 online through the official website and carry it to the exam hall without fail.
UPSC IAS Mains Admit card 2020 will be available for those candidates who have cleared the prelims exam. You have to download the UPSC IAS Mains Hall ticket 2020 to appear for the mains exam.
Candidates can check UPSC Civil Services Prelims and Mains Syllabus here in the following sections. Which helps the candidate to perform well in the test. The syllabus is the initial step to start preparing for the exam. Candidates can plan their preparation with the help of UPSC Syllabus 2020. The syllabus varies for the Prelims and Mains Examination. The Preliminary Test is conducted for the eligible candidates to shortlist them for the IAS Main Exam 2020. So, candidates follow this syllabus to score good marks and perform well in the exam.
The shortlisted candidates will be called for the Main Examination. There is a total number of Seven Papers in the Main Examination. Candidates have to choose the one subject for Paper VI and VII (Optional) in mains exam.
Applicants searching for the UPSC IAS previous papers can download it here from the given link. Practice them daily to score good marks in the exam. By practising the UPSC previous papers candidates can manage their time and know their mistakes. Also, Candidates can understand the exam pattern, topics covered, marking scheme, duration of the exam, etc.
The officials will release the UPSC Results 2020 separately for prelims and mains exam. After the successful completion of the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam, the officials will release the UPSC IAS Result 2020 at the official site (www.upsc.gov.in). After the release of the result, the merit list will be displayed on its official portal for the Mains Exam. Candidates whose names/ roll numbers appear in the merit list will be eligible for Mains.
In the same way, the Main examination is conducted and the results will be released on its official website by the officials. The candidates who got merit in the IAS Mains will be called for the interview
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