How to recover roll number of UPSC?
In case, you have forgotten your registration ID and roll number, then you can retrieve it by clicking on ‘forget Registration ID’. To recover the registration ID of the UPSC exam, you will have to provide your registration name, date of birth, father name, and mother name on the official portal.
What is the last rank in IAS in 2016?
IAS – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IAS was 92. IFS – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IFS was 134. IPS – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IPS was 236. IRS (IT) – The last rank of a general category candidate allocated to IRS (IT) was 239.
Does UPSC repeat previous year questions?
Do questions repeat in UPSC? Yes! UPSC papers have repetitions of questions from previous year’s papers, but only for certain topics.
How can I get UPSC Prelims admit card?
GS-1 Paper – 9:30 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. GS-2 Paper (CSAT) – 2:30 P.M. to 4:30 P.M. Step 1: Visit official website. Step 2: Click on the e-Admit Card link. Step 3: Click on e-Admit Cards for various examination of UPSC. Step 4: Enter the Roll number or Registration number.
What if I lost my UPSC admit card?
Candidates can follow the steps mentioned below to recover/ re-generate their registration ID: Visit the official website of UPSC (http://www.upsc.gov.in/). Click on the Admit Card link available on the Home page of the website. Read the instructions given on the page and click on the Yes button.
How can I check my UPSC CD?
Visit the official website of UPSC. Go to the ‘What’s New’ section. Enter roll number and date of birth. The marksheet will appear on the screen. Download the marksheet and take its printout.
Who is IAS 1st Rank?
AIR-1 SHRUTI SHARMA: Choose to Serve the Nation Hailing from Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, the AIR-1, Shruti Sharma qualified for her UPSC IAS Examination on her second attempt and excelled in the examination with a total score of 1105 out of 2025. Shruti Sharma is a History Graduate from St. Stephen’s College, Delhi.
Who is the youngest IAS ever?
Ansar Shaikh is the youngest IAS Officer in India. He is a 2016 batch IAS who secured an AIR 361 and made his place on the UPSC Toppers List. Ansar Shaikh was just 21 years of age when he achieved this feat. He chose Marathi as a subject for taking the Mains exam and Interview.
What is the lowest position in IAS?
A: The lowest post of the IAS officer is the IAS trainee or IAS probationer given to them during the training period.
Is 1 years enough for UPSC?
One year is more than sufficient for IAS preparation. One does not need to join coaching for the IAS exam if one prepares well with the right guidance and UPSC exam strategy.