UPSC Civil Services 2020 Notification: Apply Online

By | February 20, 2020


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UPSC Civil Services 2020 Notification

The UPSC Exam is also known as IAS Exam or Civil Services Examination.

Important & Dates

  • Program
  • Apply Online (Starting Date): 12-02-2020
  • Apply Online (Last Date): 03-03-2020
  • Fee payment by Cash (Last date): 02-03-2020
  • Fee payment by Online (Last Date): 03-03-2020
  • Call letters (Download): May 2020
  • Exam Date (Pre): 31-05-2020

Fees Details

  • Candidate (for all others): 100/- Rs.
  • For SC/ST/Female/PWBD: Nil/- Rs.

Candidate can make payment through:

  • Net Banking
  • Credit Card
  • Debit Card
  • E- Challan

Age Limit (As On 01-08-2020 )

The student is in a general category must have completed 21 years in the first year of the OBC (Creamy Layer) exam, and not more than 32 years of age in the first August of the year.

Students with OBC (Non-Velvet Layer) have completed 21 years in the first year of the exam year, but not 35 years in the first August of the exam year.

Candidates belonging to the SC class should be 21 years of age on the first day of the examination on August 21, and have not completed 37 years on the first August of the examination year.

Students ranked with the ST category must have completed 21 years in the first year of the exam year, but have not completed 37 years in the first August of the exam year.

Number of attempts

The minimum age for issuing UPSC to general category candidates is 21 years and the maximum is 32 years (maximum 6 times).

OBC students are given a 3 year relaxation period. (Maximum of 9 times or up to 35 years old)
ST-SC candidates have been given relaxation for 5 years. (Unlimited up to 37 years old)

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Q & A- ‘UPSC Civil Services 2020’

Q1.  What will prohibit items in the exam?

Ans. Prohibited items are-

  1. Mobile phones
  2. Calculators
  3. Any Electronic gadget
  4. Books and sheets

Q2.  What items will permit the exam hall?

Ans. Permitted items are-

  1. Admit card
  2. Photo ID proof
  3. Black Ballpen
  4. Clipboard

Q3.  When, I will download the pre admit card?

Ans. It is  May 2020

Q4. What is the last date for form submission?

Ans. It is 03-03-2020

Q5. What is the last date for fee payment?

Ans. It is 02-03-2020 (Cash), 03-03-2020 (Online)

Q6.  When pre exam will conduct?

Ans. It is possible on 31-05-2020.

Other Information about UPSC

What is UPSC?

After independence, the Union has renamed the Public Service Commission (UPSC) in 1950 after making some changes to the Public Service Commission (PSC) and expanding its powers. Its primary function is to select first and second class officers or civil servants. Apart from IAS / IPS, many other Grade A and Grade B officers are appointed by the UPSC.

The UPSC Exam is also known as IAS Exam or Civil Services Examination.

As we all know, the Union Public Service Commission mainly refers to the posts of the Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Revenue Service (IRS) and other government examinations.

This article tells you about the UPSC exam and gives you complete information about the UPSC Paper pattern, which will eliminate all your doubts on the UPSC Mains Exam.

Examinations conducted by UPSC

  • Civil Services Examination (CSE)
  • Engineering Ringing Service Examination (ESE)
  • US Defense Services Examination (CDSE)
  • NDA
  • Indian Forest Service (IFS)
  • Apart from this, UPSC conducts many other tests.

Exam procedure (Civil Services Exam)

There are 3 stages of the civil services examination, which are as follows:

  • Preliminary Examination
  • Main Examination
  • Personality Test / Interview

About Preliminary Examination

The initial test consists of objective type questions with a negative marking scheme for incorrect answers.

  • Paper I – General Studies consists of 200 marks and the time is 2 hours.
  • Paper II – CSAT also has 200 marks in 2 hours.

The cutoff list is maintained by UPSC every year.

About UPSC mains exam

The main test (2000 subject paper) consists of 9 papers, which usually take place at the right time from October to 21 days. The present example of the main test is as follows: –

General studies

  • Paper 1 – 300 marks (3 hours)
  • Paper 2 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Optional Subject 1

  • Paper 1 – 300 marks (3 hours)
  • Paper 2 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Optional Subject 2

  • Paper 1 – 300 marks (3 hours)
  • Paper 2 – 300 marks (3 hours)
  • Article – 200 marks (3 hours)

300 marks in English Language (Eligibility Test, Marks included in the Main Examination)

300 marks of the Indian language (qualifying paper; marks included in the main examination)

Paper 1 is usually held from 9 am to 12 pm and Paper 2 is from 2 pm to 5 pm. General studies or optional subjects are both on the same day.

Interview or personality test

Eligible candidates will be called by UPSC in March or April. Interviews usually begin 2 weeks after the main exam results. The interview time is approximately 40 days.

Result of UPSC Civil Services 2020

This is based on the total marks obtained by the applicants in the main examination (2000) and the personality test or interview (300). The final result will be announced 10 days before the preliminary examination next year.

The final ranking and service component is in light of the marks included in the Main Examination (2000) and Interview (300) and is the main test on the inclination of competitors when filling out the application test.

Eligibility for UPSC Civil Services 2020

Candidates for this examination must be degree holders or graduates (degrees obtained by the University Grants Commission). Indian students holding a foreign degree must be assured that their degree is UGC authorized or considered.

Minimum and maximum age for UPSC examination

The student is in a general category must have completed 21 years in the first year of the OBC (Creamy Layer) exam, and not more than 32 years of age in the first August of the year.

Students with OBC (Non-Velvet Layer) have completed 21 years in the first year of the exam year, but not 35 years in the first August of the exam year.

Candidates belonging to the SC class should be 21 years of age on the first day of the examination on August 21 and have not completed 37 years on the first August of the examination year.

Students ranked with the ST category must have completed 21 years in the first year of the exam year, but have not completed 37 years in the first August of the exam year.

Number of attempts for UPSC examination for any candidate

  • The minimum age for issuing UPSC to general category candidates is 21 years and the maximum is 32 years (maximum 6 times).
  • OBC students are given a 3 year relaxation period. (Maximum of 9 times or up to 35 years old)
  • ST-SC candidates have been given relaxation for 5 years. (Unlimited up to 37 years old)

Schedule for ‘UPSC Civil Services 2020′ Exam

There is often a change in the proper timetable of the UPSC Main Examination and this is usually reported by the UPSC on its site www.upsc.gov.in

  • Fill Notice and Form for Preliminary Examination – January
  • Preliminary Exam Date – Second or Third Week of May
  • After preliminary examination – late July or early August
  • Initial Examination Initial – October (Time – 21 days)
  • Examination Results (Mains) – February or March (next year)
  • Interview – March and April (next year)
  • Final Validity List – Beginning May (Next year)

What subject combination of optional material is not allowed?

Any literary thing

  • Political Science and International Relations + Public Administration
  • Commerce and Accounting + Management
  • Anthropology + Sociology
  • Mathematics + Statistics
  • Agriculture + Veterinary and Veterinary Science
  • Management + Public Administration

Any engineering building thing

  • Medical Science + Veterinary and Veterinary Science

These reports are based on recent UPSC rules and regulations.

Physical ability (UPSC Civil Services 2020)

Length:
Male candidate length should be at least 165 cm. Candidates with 160 cm SC / OBC can also apply. The length of the female applicant should be 150 cm. 145 Centimeter SC / OBC female candidates can also apply.

Chest:
At least 84 centimeters for men. At least 79 centimeters for women.

Vision:
Healthy eyesight should be 6/6 or 6/9. Weak eyesight should be 6/12 or 6/9.

How to prepare for UPSC Civil Services 2020?

This is a high level test, so don’t think it’s easy. There is very stiff competition in this test. Even after many years of hard work, most people do not pass this test. If you really want to succeed in this UPSC, you need to pay special attention to these things.

Connect with coaching:

There is so much coaching in the country to prepare for IAS / IPS, you can join. There you will be updated with every new information/news/information and even a reading environment. Also, many years of paper and study material will be available to you through coaching.

Internet Help:

There is internet access for every person today, so it is advisable that you increase your knowledge and read previous years’ question papers, general knowledge, news, etc.

Newspaper:
The best way to increase your knowledge is to make sure you read the Hindi and English newspapers on a regular basis. If possible, join the library where you read all the newspapers at once.

Where do you get the job after clearing UPSC?

As I already mentioned that UPSC conducts different tests, it depends on what test you are performing by UPSC. Once you clear the CSE Civil Services Exam conducted by UPSC, you can go to the posts of Group A Officers such as Collector, Additional Secretary, and Secretary.

In addition to CSE, UPSC conducts many other tests such as ESE, CDS, and NDA. You will be selected as soon as you write the test.

So this is some important information about UPSC. We hope you found a lot of information.


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