UPSC Exam Tips: UPSC is considered as one of the toughest exams in the country, IAS, IPS, IFS are only after clearing the UPSC exam. Come know complete details from syllabus to eligibility and other details…
IAS Officer: It is the dream of every Indian youth to serve the country by becoming an IAS, IPS or IFS officer. For this, youths prepare for years, only then they get success. Today we will inform you about the complete process of this exam.
To appear in the Civil Services Examination (CSE) conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC), an applicant must be a graduate in any discipline.
Minimum age of students for this UPSC exam is 21 years. General category applicants can appear this exam 6 times upto the maximum age of 32 years, while for OBC the age limit is 21 to 35 years and this category students can appear 9 times. Age limit for SC-ST is 21 years to 37 years.
Subject Selection Required for Examination
These include Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science, Anthropology, Botany, Chemistry, Civil Engineering, Commerce and Accountancy, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Geography, Geology, History, Law, Management, Mechanical Engineering, Medical Science, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science. is and international relations, psychology, etc.
Exam Pattern to become IAS
UPSC exam has to be passed in 3 stages. First preliminary exam, then mains exam, candidates are called for interview after clearing both these exams.
Candidates have to attempt 2 papers of two hours each in the prelims exam. The first paper was subject related
while the second paper is CSAT qualifying and getting 33 percent marks to pass it. is necessary.
Main Exam: (UPSC Main)
There are a total of 9 papers in the main examination, of which two are for qualifying (A and B) and seven others are for merit.
is taken. Both language based qualifying papers are of three hours duration. One paper is essay
and in 3 hours you have to write two essays on different topics of your choice. In addition, there are four General
Studies papers, for which three hours are available.