Full Form of UPSC
The full form of the UPSC is Union Public Service Commission. It’ undertaken by the central government of India. It’s work like a recruitment agency for central government and recruiting candidate for Indian Armed Force, AIS, IPS, and CSC, etc.
Every year UPSC conducts All India exams for different services like AIP, PCS, IPS, and many more for Central Government and State Government.
According to the Indian constitution, UPSC is mandatory and its responsibility to appoint candidates for all services under the Central & State Government of India for Group A and Group B.
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UPSC conduct examination in three stages
- Personality Test
Prelims or Preliminary Examination
Prelims are the first stage in this stage candidate attends two papers (Objective questions).
First paper: 100 questions each of 2 marks from National and International Events, Science & Technology, Economy, Environment & Ecology, Geography, Polity, and, History. Be cautious there is negative marking if you put a wrong answer. You must be qualified in this exam to appear in the main exam in the second stage.
Second paper: 80 questions 2 marks each. The second paper exam score is not included in the final list.
Main Exam: In the main exam nine papers conduct in different categories.
Personality test: Final stage for those candidates who qualify the main exam. In the personality, test interviews are held face to face.
After pass Intermediate class we apply to UPSC exam?
If you have a dream to become a IAS officer, you have to crack UPSC exam Prelims, Main and Personality test and all this test is not easy. You have a strong knowledge in sociology, economic and humanity to crack those exam
You have to complete a graduation degree because it gives you a plus point when you attend the exam.
Who eligible for UPSC?
Candidate become a citizen of republic of India, If candidate are in general category then the age between 21 years to 32 years on the 1st August year of examination. Their are some relaxation in OBC, ST and SC category candidate.
Difference Between UPSC and IAS
UPSC is a recruitment agency for central government and recruiting candidate for Indian Armed Force, AIS, IPS, and CSC, etc. While IAS just a post or servicess in which candidate attend exam in UPSC.
IAS vs PCS
In UPSC (Civil Services Exam) top ranker appoint IAS while after IAS seats full, second most popular ranker appoints as a PCS. Only one IAS officers appoint in district level while there are many PCS officers appoint in district level according to requirement.
Which Degree or Subject is good for UPSC perpetration?
If you want to become a IAS officer the best degree or subject is HUMANITIES you can also study Sociology, Economic and Political Science in BA. All this subject are best for preparation UPSC exam.
Highest Post in UPSC?
In a state highest post achieve Chief Secretary while in Union government or central government highest post achieve by IAS officers Cabinet Secretary.