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What does the UPSC do?
Answer – UPSC conducts Preliminary Examination of the Civil Services Examination for recruitment to the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and other Central Services and posts in accordance with the Rules published by the Government (Department of Personnel & …
What are the subjects of UPSC?
Comprehension. Interpersonal Skills Including Communication Skills. Logical Reasoning and Analytical Ability. Decision Making and Problem Solving. General Mental Ability. Basic Numeracy. Data Interpretation. English Language Comprehension Skills.
What is difference between UPSC and IAS?
An Indian Administrative Service or IAS officer is a career civil servant in the Government of India. They are selected through a rigorous process known as Civil Services Examination held by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC).
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.
What is UPSC qualification?
Minimum qualification for UPSC exam: The candidate must hold a degree from Government recognised Universities or possess an equivalent qualification. Candidates who are in their final year or awaiting results are also eligible to appear for UPSC preliminary Examination.
What are the 6 attempts of UPSC?
How many UPSC attempts are allowed? The number of attempts for IAS exam: General Category: 6 attempts till 32 years of age. The number of attempts for IAS exam: OBC: 9 attempts till 35 years of age. The number of attempts for IAS exam: SC/ST: unlimited attempts till 37 years of age.
Do UPSC need maths?
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Services Mains Exam comprises Mathematics as one of the Optional Subjects with 2 papers (Paper I and Paper II). The Maths Optional for CSE 2023 remains the same as was in 2021.
What are the 7 papers of UPSC?
General Studies I. General Studies II. General Studies III. General Studies IV. UPSC Optional Subjects. UPSC Mains Answer Writing Practise.
Which post is best in UPSC?
#1 IAS (Indian Administrative Service) #2 IPS (Indian Police Service) #3 IFS (Indian Foreign Service) #4 IRTS (Indian Railway Traffic Service) #5 IRS.
How can I prepare for UPSC?
Tip #1: Prepare Yourself. Tip #2: Make a Time Table. Tip #3: Know the UPSC Syllabus. Tip #4: Newspaper Reading/Current Affairs for IAS. Tip #5: Choosing Optional. Tip #6: NCERTs. Tip #7: Making Notes. Tip #8: Answer Writing Practice.