Can I choose Assamese language for UPSC?
The Assamese language is one of the optional subjects offered for the 2 optional papers in the IAS (UPSC CSE) Main Exam. Each Assamese optional paper consists of 250 marks.
Can I give UPSC in any language?
Answer – The candidates, opting for Indian Language medium for the written part of the Civil Services (Main) Examination may choose either the same Indian Language or English or Hindi as the medium for the interview.
In which language we can give the UPSC exam?
Which language is included in the UPSC exam? The languages that are included in the prelims exam of the UPSC are Hindi and English. This procedure is the same in the Mains exam also. Although, according to the 8th schedule in the Indian constitution, applicants can write the exams in any of their scheduled languages.
Does language matter in UPSC exam?
Answer. The UPSC Prelims and Mains examination question paper are set in both English and Hindi while prelims examination is objective, Mains examination is subjective and you have the option to write your answers in English or in any one of the Eighth Schedule languages .
Is there any IAS from Assam?
The three candidates from Assam are Shilpa Khanikar, Ayushi Kalwar and Devajyoti Burman. Shilpa Khanikar ranked 506th in the UPSC exams, while Ayushi and Devajyoti ranked 618 and 639, respectively.
Can I write IAS exam in Assamese?
Can I choose the optional paper of UPSC CSE in English and the other papers in Assamese language? No you can’t. Barring the exception of language papers, all of your GS papers and optional papers are to be written in a single language which you opted for, during application itself.
Is English compulsory for UPSC?
English language paper is compulsory which comes under the qualifying category. The final ranking of the UPSC IAS Main examination does not include the marks secured in the English language paper. Candidates need to secure at least 75 marks out of 300 marks in the English language paper to qualify for the examination.
Is English is necessary for UPSC?
The UPSC civil services main exam consists of 9 papers out of which one is the English language paper. This paper is compulsory and is of qualifying nature.
Is English necessary for UPSC?
It is true that the UPSC exam is not a test of the English language. But, you will all agree that it does help if one is at ease with the language. In the UPSC mains written exam, it is important to put your point across in the best possible manner. In this regard, having decent English can do wonders for you.
What if I fail in language paper in UPSC?
If candidates fail to secure the prescribed marks in these papers, then UPSC would not reveal their score in the other papers. The IAS Exam marks card would only reveal the marks obtained in the language papers.