How can I upload my photo in UPSC?
Each of the scanned images of the photograph/ signature should not exceed 40 KB in size (for photograph, the pixel size is 140 pixels height x 110 pixels width and for signature it should be 110 pixels height x140 pixels width). Also, please ensure that the uploaded photograph and signature are clearly discernible.
What documents are required for UPSC exam?
A scanned photograph of yourself. A scanned signature of yourself. Government-issued Photo-id card. Aadhaar Card/Voter Card/PAN Card/Passport/Driving Licence/Any other Photo ID Card issued by the State/Central Government.
Is clipboard allowed in UPSC exam?
Articles permitted inside the exam hall Clipboard or hardboard on which nothing is marked or written. A black ballpoint pen for marking in the OMR.
Can I write with gel pen in UPSC?
Gels are far better than standard ball pens in short writings. But for longer periods of writings, it highly recommended to use Ball pens. Once you choose the pen, you have to practice answer writing using the same. Here are giving some tips to aspirants to choose good pens for UPSC Mains.
Can I wear jeans in UPSC interview?
Men should preferably have short hair. This is a matter of personal choice but it might not project a professional image if you have long hair. Avoid expensive and flashy jewellery. Don’t go in party wear or casual wear like jeans and T-shirts.
Does UPSC reject application?
UPSC will send you a rejection letter on your email address in such a case. You will be required to submit the original Challan Slip issued by the State Bank of India as proof of payment in cash mode or the bank statement showing debit of fee amount as proof of payment of fee.
Is Aadhaar card mandatory for UPSC exam?
Answer – The applicant is required to fill in the number of the Photo ID Card (viz. Aadhaar Card/Voter Card/PAN Card/Passport/Driving Licence/Any other Photo ID Card issued by the Central/State/UT Government) and to upload the same while filling up the online application form of an Examination of the Commission.
What is document verification in UPSC?
UPSC Document Verification List. Print-out of e-Summon Letter. Government-issued Photo ID card (uploaded at the time of Prelims registration). Matriculation certificate, along with a photocopy, as proof of age. Degree certificate or Provisional Marksheet, in case the degree still needs to be issued by the university.
What should avoid during UPSC preparation?
NOT FOLLOWING THE CURRICULUM. MISSING TO GO THROUGH PREVIOUS YEARS. PILING UP IRRELEVANT BOOKS. NOT GETTING BAISC REFERENCE. LACK OF WRITING SKILLS. WAY OF CHOOSING OPTIONAL PAPER. NOT PERCEIVING THE BOTTOM LINE OF THE NEWSPAPERS.
What is 7 5 3 rule in UPSC?
SEVEN – Candidates’ should aim to answer questions within 7 minutes per question. FIVE – Write 5 points in their answers related to the keyword. It would be better to break down the answer into bulleted points. THREE – Elaborate each point in 3 dimensions as per the requirements listed in the question.