About UPSC: What Is UPSC

UPSC appertain to Union Public Service Commission which belongs to the posts of Indian Administrative Services(IAS), Indian Police Service(IPS) and Indian Revenue Services(IRS) and other government exams.

Result for UPSC 


Result section is accomplished in accordance with collective marks that the candidates keep the tally of in Main Examination (2000) and Personality Test or Interview (300). The result which is very last is decreed about 10 days earlier in the succeeding year’s Preliminary Test.

Final Ranking and Service portion are in view of the combined marks obtained in Main Examination (2000) and Interview (300) and on the favors given by the competitors at the time of filling up Main Examination application.

UPSC Exam Pattern 


The Main Exam (Subjective papers of 2000 marks) contains 9 papers taking place from right on time October for around 21 days. The current example of the Main examination is given below-

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)

Essay – 200 marks (3 hours)

English Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Indian Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Paper 1 is conducted between 9 am to 12 pm and Paper 2 is conducted from 2 pm to 5 pm. Both the papers of either General Studies or Optional subject are on the same day.

Interview 


  • Eligible students are suggested for UPSC in the month of March or April. The Interview normally initiates 2 weeks later when the Main Exam results are described. The time of Interviews is about 40 days.
  • The Main is Subjective papers consisting of 2000 marks. It has 9 papers which are organized from the month of October for around 21 days.

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)

Essay – 200 marks (3 hours)

English Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Indian Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Paper 1 occurs between 9 am to 12 pm and Paper 2 occurs between 2 pm to 5 pm. Both the papers which are of either General Studies or Optional subject are conducted on a similar day.

The Main Exam (Subjective papers of 2000 marks) 9 papers which are typically held from right on time October for around 21 days. The current example of the Main examination is as per the following: –

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)

Essay – 200 marks (3 hours)

English Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Indian Language 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Generally, Paper 1 is held from 9 am to 12 pm and Paper 2 is held from 2 pm to 5 pm. Both the papers of either General Studies or Optional subject are on the same day.

Eligibility for UPSC 


Applicants will require owning the graduate degree that is given by University Grants Commission to point up for UPSC Examination. Indian students occupying a distant degree need to guarantee that their degree is approved or distinguished by UGC.

UPSC Notification 


Union Public Service Commission is entitled to the notification of attending Civil Services Examination reliably in the month of January aimed at Preliminary Test which is organized in the period of May. Applications are received through UPSC when the February of the particular year approaches.