UPSC Civil Services Exam 2020: The Union Public Service Commission has released the official notification for Civil Services examination 2020 on its official website upsc.gov.in. Candidates who are interested in UPSC IAS 2020 Exam can check the official notification from the link given below. The last date to apply for UPSC Civil Services 2020 exam is 3rd March 2020, till 6 PM.
UPSC Civil Services exam is the most reputed Government examination across the nation. UPSC Civil Services Prelims Exam is to held on 31 May 2020 while the main exam is expected to be held on 18 September 2020.
UPSC Civil Services Exam is a three stage recruitment process containing Prelims, Main and Interview. Prelims is qualifying in nature while the final list is prepared with the score of Main and Interview. The prelims exam has 2 papers: GS and CSAT while the mains exam consist of total 1750 score and 9 papers.
UPSC Civil Services Notification 2020
UPSC Civil Services Notification is out now. Aspirants who want to pursue their career as a Civil Servant must check the website of UPSC upsc.gov.in. The official notification is available in PDF format.
UPSC Civil Services Apply Online 2020
UPSC has activated the online application for Civil Services Exam and the last date to apply is 3 March 2020, till 6PM. Aspirants are advised to check the eligibility criteria before filling the online application. The link to visit UPSC online registration is given below.
UPSC Civil Services Age Limit
The age limit for online application is given below:
Minimum Age: 21 Years
Maximum Age: 32 Years
UPSC Civil Services Educational Criteria
An aspirants must hold a degree of any Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament.
Minimum Qualification: Graduation Degree
UPSC Civil Services Selection Procedure
UPSC Civil Services Recruitment is considered as one of the toughest due to the nature of the exam. It has 3 stages:
UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Exam: It is qualifying in nature and has two papers: GS and CSAT. CSAT marks are not considered for cut-off while the GS paper is of 200 marks and 100 questions which forms the part of cut-off. In CSAT, a candidate need to just score 33% marks while in GS paper, an aspirant have to clear cut-off marks in order to reach the next stage of the recruitment. The paper is objective in nature.
UPSC Civil Services Main Exam: The Main exam is the crucial stage and is considered the hardest. It consist of 9 papers in total, out of which 2 papers carrying 300 marks each are qualifying in nature while the rest of 7 papers carrying 1750 marks. The paper is subjective in nature.
UPSC Civil Services Interview Round: Interview round of UPSC Civil Services Exam consist of 275 marks and it’s mark is added in the merit list.
So, aspirants start your preparation and keep on visiting bankersadda for latest update.