Civil Service Examination is conducted by the Union Public Service Commission. To know more about exam visit UPSC.
How to become an IAS officer
June 5, 2020 · 3 min read •
The Indian Administrative Service (IAS) is one of the most prestigious service among the three All India Services. IAS is a dream of many youngsters in India due to its lucrative salary structure, guaranteed career growth, and the power associated with it. The candidates must pass the Civil Service Examination being conducted by Union Public Service Commission as well as satisfy minimum physical standards to qualify for the service.
To apply for the Civil Service Examination, one must wait for the notification being issued by the UPSC. You can expect notification in the month of February each year.
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This year, the first stage of the exam i.e, the preliminary was postponed due to the outbreak of global pandemic (COVID-19). The preliminary exam is a screening test consisting of two objective multiple choice question papers. This test is a common test for various services including the Indian Foreign Service (IFS).
1.General Studies – 2 Hours – 100 questions – 200 marks
2. CSAT – 2 Hours – 80 questions – 200 marks (qualifying paper – just score 33 per cent mark)
On the basis of Prelims result, candidates can appear in the Mains exam of a descriptive nature. Candidates must fill a Detailed Application Form (DAF) to be submitted before the exam on the basis of which an Admit card will be issued by the UPSC. This exam demand conceptual clarity more than factual understanding.
Indian Language Compulsory – 300 marks – qualifying paper
2.English – 300 marks – qualifying paper
3.Essay – 250 marks
4.GS Paper 1 – 250 marks
5.GS Paper 2 – 250 marks
6. GS Paper 3 – 250 marks
7.GS Paper 4 – 250 marks
8.Optional Subject Paper 1 – 250 marks
9.Optional Subject Paper 2 – 250 marks
The final stage of the exam is personality test. More than his/her Knowledge, the candidates’ personality is being assessed in order to test the ability of the candidate to handle responsible bureaucratic positions.
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