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Which is the last rank for IAS?
UPSC Rank Wise Post 2021 The Last Rank for IAS in UPSC Exam 2021 is 680 in the general category. IFS Rank in UPSC 2021 for the general category is 88.
How many attempts are allowed in SC?
SC/ST categories candidates are allowed unlimited attempts in case they are otherwise eligible till they attain the permissible relaxed age limit.
Can a 40 year old give IAS exam?
The upper age limit for appearing in the UPSC IAS examination is 32 years for the general and EWS categories while 35 years is for OBC and 37 years is for SC/ST.
Can you work at 15 in SC?
MINORS AGES 14 and 15 Normal school sessions include all days in which the school observes a standard academic calendar. During normal school sessions, minors ages 14 and 15 may work a maximum of three hours per day, up to 18 hours per week.
Is Upsc easy for SC?
First of all, UPSC is easy for none. People try to take easy optionals, which as far as I have seen, there is no easy optional, similarly this is not easy to crack UPSC as an SC or ST. Definitely prelims will be a bit easier for an SC or ST candididate but mains is not that easy. SC wil be a bit lucky in mains.
Who is the first IAS officer in SC caste?
Mata Prasad is a retired Indian Administrative Service officer. He was one of the first people from the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes to become an IAS officer.
Who is air 1 in UPSC?
The coveted All India Rank 1 of the UPSC Civil Services 2021 examination is bagged by Shruti Sharma, a JNU alumnus.
Is UPSC very tough?
It is indeed immense and contains a diverse range of subjects, unlike many other exams where you need expertise only in one or two subjects. If you look at the success rate in the IAS exam, you will understand why it is considered one of the toughest exams in India and some say, the world.
Can I clear UPSC in 1 year?
Contrary to what many think, it is possible to crack the UPSC IAS exam with one year of preparation.
What happens if you fail SC ready?
The South Carolina Read to Succeed Act states that a student must be retained in third grade if the student fails to demonstrate reading proficiency at the end of third grade.