Can I apply for UPSC in Mobile?
“Union Public Service Commission has launched UPSC android App on Google Play Store for accessing all the Examination and Recruitment related information through mobile. This app, however, would not allow to fill application forms using mobile,” the official note read.
How can I apply for UPSC mains exam?
How to apply for the UPSC Mains 2023? Once the Civil Services Exam (Preliminary) results are declared, successful candidates will have to fill out the online Detailed Application Form (DAF) for UPSC Mains on the official website (upsc.gov.in).
Which online site is best for UPSC?
clearias.com. cleariasexam.com. insightsonindia.com. iasbaba.com. mrunal.org. civilsdaily.com. gktoday.in. byjus.com.
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.
Can I fill UPSC form offline?
IAS 2023 application form will be filled online only and no offline application will be released by the Commission.
How to fill UPSC form 2022?
Visit the official website – upsc.gov.in. After that, check under the “What’s New” section and click on the link. Then click on the “click here” button to apply for the UPSC IAS exam 2022. Fill in all the necessary details for the UPSC IAS application form 2022.
What is the passing marks in UPSC mains?
Candidates have to score at least 25% marks in each qualifying paper in order to clear the main examination.
Which city is best for UPSC?
Delhi. Delhi is at the top when it comes to the IAS Coaching For UPSC Delhi is full of top UPSC coaching institutes. Mumbai. Mumbai the city of dreams is famous for IAS preparation in India. Bangalore. Allahabad. Lucknow. Jaipur.
Which app is free for UPSC exam?
Features of the ClearIAS app Many users who don’t have access to classroom coaching use ClearIAS apps as comprehensive self-study packages for the UPSC Civil Services exam. You can download the ClearIAS apps for free.
What are the 5 compulsory subjects in UPSC?
What are the compulsory subjects for UPSC exam prelims? In UPSC Prelims, the compulsory subjects are Indian Polity and Governance, General Science, History, Geography, Economic and Social Development, etc.