Why do so many people fail UPSC?
Lack of strategy in the IAS preparation They study without a proper strategy for the subjects. Clearing the IAS exams require a proper plan including USPC-specific preparation for all the subjects. A lack of direction in the approach would mean not being able to complete the syllabus on time.
What is the dark side of UPSC?
UPSC- It’s Darker Side It is a tough task to crack these exams and most of the students thinking of giving it a try cannot. The syllabus for UPSC Exams is very lengthy and one has to study a wide range subjects. The success percentage in clearing UPSC Exams is discouraging as it is less than 1%.
What are the mistakes done by UPSC aspirants?
Not having a mentor. No time management. Piling up multiple books. Not checking the syllabus thoroughly. Juggling multiple things. Not revising. Not taking mock tests. Lack of constructive group studies.
Why IAS job is not good?
Generalist nature- Unlike other jobs, where people get specialist knowledge in at least one field, IAS officers rarely get that opportunity. Even though the overall work exposure is good, their knowledge mostly remains only generalist.
Why IAS posts are decreasing?
Reasons for not increasing the number of vacancies filled via direct recruitment through the UPSC CSE: The present capacity of the LBSNAA is only 180 officers in one batch. Taking in more numbers can impact the quality of officers. The government also does not want to affect the pyramidal structure of civil services.
How many hours UPSC students sleep?
Daily five to seven hours sleep is enough for a UPSC aspirant. If you are an aspirant with asthma, allergy or other health problem you need to sleep more. So, an aspirant does not waste even a single minute. If an aspirant is studying in the morning, they should take proper breakfast and should drink ample water.
Which field students crack UPSC most?
“Engineering students crack the UPSC exam because of the practical pedagogical methods they experience in their four-year engineering studies. This provides them with a better analytical aptitude as compared to Arts graduates,” says JK Dadoo, former IAS officer who was in the services for more than 35 years.
Is UPSC free from corruption?
IAS is one of the best and most prestigious post in our country and Nearly 2-3 lac candidates appear for it each year. UPSC as it claim, there is no corruption at all who’s ever given this information is might wrong.
Is 28 too late for UPSC?
There is no specific age set for starting the preparation for IAS. But most IAS aspirants start preparing for this exam after graduation at the age of 21 or 22 years. But, there are many of the candidates who first try to join any other service and then start preparing for UPSC after 26 or 28 years of age.
Can I become IAS at 37?
UPSC Age Limit – Minimum and Maximum Age for IAS The candidates must have attained 21 years of age and be less than 32 years of age as of 1st August 2023 i.e., the candidate must have been born not earlier than 2nd August, 1990 and not later than 1st August, 2001.