A very long wait the Preliminary Examination of UPSC Civil Services Examination 2021 is now scheduled to be conducted on October 10, 2021.
The interview for UPSC exams 2020 was held in August. Cause of covid-19 UPSC examinations have been pushed.
- The students must have a bachelor’s degree from any college mentioned act of Central or state legislature in India.
- With professional bachelor’s degree or any technical degree are also eligible for giving UPSC exams.
- It’s want to appear for the final UPSC exam or who have appeared and and are waiting for the results can also appear in preliminary exam.
- The candidates who passed the preliminary exam abd are appearing for Civil Service exam need to have bachelor’s degree which they will need to attach with their application for examinations
- Certain exceptional cases UPSC might allow a candidate without qualification as an Eligible Candidate you have passed an examination conducted by any other institution. This Criteria is also apply to candidates who have bachelor’s degree from reputed colleges like Harvard or oxford.
Number of attempts for UPSE exams
- General/economically weak section is allowed to have 6 chances to appear in UPSC exams.
- Other backward classes or OBC are allowed to have 9 chances to appear in the exam.
- Up to a maximum of five years if a candidate belongs to a Scheduled Caste (SC) or a Scheduled Tribe (ST) is allowed to appear in the exam.
The exam paper conducted in 3 rounds.
- Preliminary exam
- UPSC civil services main examination
- Personality test
UPSC civil services exam is conducted in two stages:
- UPSC Phase 1: this examination is objective type and for the selection of main candidates.
- UPSC Phase 2: this phase 2 exam consists of written examination as well as interview the selected candidates.