Ans: UPSC CSE is one of the most difficult exams conducted every year for the recruitment of IAS, IPS, IFS and other officers in Indian Civil Services
Ans: The exam takes place in 3 phases: 1. Prelims (MCQs) 2. Mains (Subjective) 3. Personal Interview (Personality test)
Ans: The UPSC Prelims exam date is 4 October 2020.
Ans: On May 2020, admit card was released.
Ans: Candidates can apply online for UPSC exam by visiting website: (https://upsconline.nic.in). Application will not be accepted in any other mode.
Ans: It is calculated based on the cut-off date as per the notification.
Ans: Candidates must have completed 21 years of age at the time of admission or on 1st August of that given year when the exam is held. The upper age limit is 32 years for General candidates, 35years for Candidates of OBC, 37 years for SC/ST candidates, 42 years for Gen-PH, and 45 years for OBC-PH, 47 years for PH SC/ST.
Ans: Candidate should not note that incorrect response get negative marking (1/3 of the assigned marks to that question is deducted from the aggregate).
Ans: For prelims: The cut off marks at present in 33%. Marks acquired in paper 1 will be considered for the merit rank. For Mains: The cut off marks at present in 25%. Marks acquired in 7papers will be considered for the merit rank.
Ans: 1. Visit https://upsconline.nic.in 2. To download e-Admit card, candidates will require Registration ID or Roll Number followed by Date of Birth, Enter captcha in the given field then submit. 3. If the candidate has not received any information regarding his/her admit card, candidate should immediately contact the commission on concerned email-id or commission’s office. Numbers are: 011- 23381125/011- 23385271/011-23098543.
Ans: Seat allocation is done on the basis of "first application first allocation" through computer without any manual intervention.
Ans: UPSC IAS 2020 Prelims & Mains Exam are held offline in pen and paper mode.
Ans: The examination venue will be closed 10 minutes before the commencement of examination. If the exam starts at 10:00 am, the examination venue will close at 9.50 am.
Ans: The below candidates are eligible to appear in UPSC CSE exam: (a) A citizen of India, or (b) A subject of Nepal, or (c) A subject of Bhutan, or (d) A Tibetan refugee who came over to India before 1st January, 1962 (e) Persons of Indian Origin (f) Overseas Citizens of India .
Ans: The syllabus for General Studies Paper I includes current affairs, history of India, Indian polity, Indian and world geography, Indian governance, economic and social development, general science and general issues on environmental ecology, biodiversity and climate change. The syllabus for General Studies Paper-II (CSAT) includes comprehension, logical reasoning, basic numeracy, and decision making & problem-solving.
Ans: The 9 papers below are of the subjective type and occur over a period of 5 days. Paper-I Candidates are required to write essays on multiple topics. This will be expected to keep closely to the subject of the essay to arrange their ideas in orderly fashion and to write concisely. Paper-II General Studies (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society) Paper-III General Studies (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social justice & International Relations) Paper-IV General Studies (Technology, Economic Development, Biodiversity, Environment, Security, and Disaster Management.) Paper-V General Studies (Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude) Paper-VI & Paper- VII (Optional subject) Paper VII – Indian Language Paper IX- English Language
Ans: Candidate can give exam either in Hindi or English.
Ans: Wearing jeans is strictly avoided.
Ans: Men should wear light coloured formal shirts and dark trousers. A neck-tie is ok if you are comfortable. Women should wear decent light coloured clothes with no overdo makeup and hairstyle.
Ans: We can say the exam is challenging but not tough. The syllabus is really vast and requires lot of sitting. Which may lead this exam as toughest exam.
Ans: Yes, One year enough to appear for UPSC exam.
Ans: The result of Civil Services Examination is subject to changes that may be necessitated by the orders passed by the Honourable Courts in cases pending before them.