How Many Languages Use In Upsc Interview?

Which language is used in UPSC interview?

Candidates can opt for English, Hindi or any other regional language when facing the UPSC panel. Only those candidates who are exempt from taking the compulsory Indian language paper should attend the interview in either English or Hindi.

How many languages are there in UPSC?

There are 22 official languages in India and they are covered under the 8th schedule of the Indian Constitution. They are Assamese, Bangla, Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati, Hindi, Kashmiri, Kannada, Konkani, Maithili, Malayalam, Manipuri, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Sanskrit, Santali, Sindhi, and Urdu.

Can I give UPSC interview in both Hindi and English?

Yes, an aspirant can give the UPSC interview in Hindi, English and various other Indian languages based on certain criteria/conditions laid down by the Commission.

Can we give UPSC interview in English?

As per the announcement, a candidate can choose his or her UPSC interview language out of the mentioned languages in the 8th schedule of the Indian constitution, irrespective of the language used as a medium in the written examination.

Which language is easy for UPSC?

3 Which language is best for UPSC interview? Ans. 3 The most opted language medium for the Civil Services interview Examination is English and Hindi. However, candidates should opt for a language in which they are more comfortable.

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Which language is best for interview?

Suitability for interviews​ Some languages are just more suited for interviews – higher level languages like Python or Java provide standard library functions and data structures which allow you to translate solution to code more easily. From my experience as an interviewer, most candidates pick Python or Java.

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.

Is Hindi compulsory for IAS?

Ans. No, Hindi Language is not compulsory for UPSC Mains unless you choose it as the compulsory paper in UPSC Mains. You also can choose the medium of UPSC Mains and Prelims in Hindi.

Can we fail in UPSC interview?

If the candidate’s total marks (Mains + Interview) is above the cut-off mark fixed by UPSC, then he/she gets the chance to get into the final merit list. If the total marks do not cross the cut-off marks, then the candidate is considered failed in UPSC Interview.

Which language is spoken in Lbsnaa?

The State(Cadre) language is taught to us in LBSNAA, Mussoorie when we undergo training. We use English language only when get posted at Central Secretariat after completing many years of tenure in the State.