How to fill up the UPSC form?
Steps to fill Part II of the UPSC CSE 2023 application form Upload scanned images of photograph, signature and photo ID card as per the UPSC specifications. Enter the information related to fee payment details and the examination centre. Click on the ‘I Agree’ button after reading the declaration.
How can I prepare for UPSC at home?
Understand the UPSC pattern and procedure first. Go through the UPSC syllabus thoroughly. Start reading a few books and watch video lectures online for a few basic subjects like polity, history, geography, etc. Read the newspaper regularly.
How much does it cost to fill UPSC form?
100/- and that for mains is Rs. 200/-. However, this is only applicable for General/ EWS/ OBC/ Male candidates. All the other applicants are exempted from paying the application fee.
Is 3 hours enough for UPSC?
Tips to improve the quality of studies: Study as per the demand of the UPSC exam. Take breaks at regular intervals. Study for 3 hours with a 10-minute break every one hour rather than studying for 3 hours at a stretch. When you are studying, give it your utmost focus.
Which books to read for UPSC?
India After Gandhi by Ramachandra Guha. NCERT books: The Complete Package. Indian Polity by M. Indian Economy by Ramesh Singh. Introduction to the Constitution of India by D.D. India’s Struggle for Independence by Bipan Chandra.
Who cleared UPSC without coaching?
Arunraj, reportedly, did not join any coaching and prepared on his own. He focused a lot on the NCERT textbooks for UPSC. Relying almost entirely on the NCERTs, he was able to crack the UPSC exam in his very first attempt.
What are the 24 jobs in UPSC?
Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Indian Police Service (IPS) Indian Foreign Service (IFS) Indian Audit and Accounts Service (IA&AS) Indian Civil Accounts Service (ICAS) Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS) Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) Indian Defence Estates Service (IDES)
Is UPSC a govt job?
UPSC stands for Union Public Service Commission. Every year, the UPSC conducts various examinations for All India services and Group A & Group B of Central services. The UPSC is India’s premier central recruiting agency, its under Department of Personnel and Training, Government of India.
Is UPSC very tough?
It is indeed immense and contains a diverse range of subjects, unlike many other exams where you need expertise only in one or two subjects. If you look at the success rate in the IAS exam, you will understand why it is considered one of the toughest exams in India and some say, the world.
Is IAS training free?
The Sood Charity Foundation, in collaboration with DIYA, launched the 2022-23 Sambhavam, which offers free online coaching for the IAS exam to shortlisted candidates through an online test to select eligibility.