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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.
How to fill CGPA in UPSC form?
It all depends on the college from which you are getting your degree. But if you college doesn’t has any conversion criteria then you can simply multiply CGPA by 10 and get the required percentage.
Is UPSC very tough?
A lot of people consider the IAS exam to be the toughest exam in India. This is because of the very low pass percentage here. Also, there is a huge syllabus (check the UPSC syllabus in the link) to be covered not to mention the variety of topics one has to learn for it.
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.
What are the 7 papers of UPSC?
The UPSC Mains round, which is the second stage of the UPSC Exam has nine papers. These nine papers are Compulsory Indian Language, English, Essay, General Studies-1, General Studies-2, General Studies-3, General Studies-4, Optional Paper-1, and Optional Paper-2.
Can UPSC form be rejected?
Appeal against such rejection should be received in the Commission’s Office latest by 21-03-2022. (ii) Copy of the debit/credit card statement or Bank account statement as the case may be, in case the fees has been paid through debit/ credit card or through internet banking of authorized banks.
What CGPA is 70%?
The Percentage you received is 70. To find the CGPA, divide 70 by 9.5. The CGPA you will receive is 7.4.
What CGPA is 75 %?
For example, to convert 75 percent to CGPA, we divide it by 9.5 and the resulting number 7.9 is the CGPA out of 10.
In which month UPSC forms are filled?
UPSC CSE 2023 application form will be out on February 01, 2023 (tentative). The aspirants who meet the eligibility criteria can fill out the application form online on or before the last date by visit the UPSC official website – upsc.gov.in. The mode of application is online only.
Why I failed in UPSC?
Lack of strategy in the IAS preparation They study without a proper strategy for the subjects. Clearing the IAS exams require a proper plan including USPC-specific preparation for all the subjects.