Union Public Service Commission

Union Public Service Commission

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Union Public Service Commission

Union Public Service Commission

Civil services Examination(P),2013

Union Public Service Commission has issued the notification for the Civil Services Examination(Preliminary),2013 on 05-03-2013.The last date of submition this online application is 04-04-2013.Union Public Service Commission conducts this examination for various posts. The Preliminary Examination will be conducted on 25-03-2013(Tentatively).Only Qualified  candidates in preliminary examination will be eligible for the main examination.

after Clearing the UPSC Examination You get The Opportunity to Serve the Nation.


what is the Union Public Service Commission?

  • Chairperson of the UPSC: Arvind Saxena (Acting)
  • Founder of UPSC : Parliament of the United Kingdom
  • Establishment Year: 1 October 1926
  • UPSC Headquarters: New Delhi
  • Commission executive: Arvind Saxena, (Chairman).
  • Jurisdiction: India

The civil Services Examination under the UPSC is well known as Government of India’s permanent bureaucracy . This Examination is the Flagship Examination and Includes Many High Profile Government SErving POsitions, which act as the Pillar of the Indian Govevernment.

The Famous Positions are

IAS(Indian Administrative Service ), IPS(Indian Police Service), IFS(Indian Forest Service) and other Department Officer Class Positions. To Gain the Prestigious Job of the IAS Officer to Have to Crack the Exam conducted by the ALL India Civil Services UPSC CSE.


Eligibility Criteria

  1. Candidate must be Indian citizen for IAS and IPS.

  2. Candidate must be Indian citizen or subject of Nepal or subject of Bhutan or Tibetan Refugee or From Indian origin for other services.

  3. Candidate must be graduate from any university approved of authorized  by Government of India.

  4. Candidate must be age of between 21 years and 30 years as on August,1,2013 only for general candidates, relaxation will be given to SC, ST and OBC candidate as per the UPSC rules & Regulations.

  5. Maximum no. of attempts for general candidates is 4.The relaxation will be provided to SC, ST          & OBC candidates in no. of attempt.


Plan of Examination

Examination will be conducted in threephases –

  1. The First phase of the examination (Preliminary) will be consists of objective type questions. The preliminary Examination will be consists of two compulsory papers. Each paper will be of 200 marks and duration of each paper will be two hours.

Syllabus of Preliminary Examination-

Paper-1 – General Knowledge regarding the Indian History, World history, World Geography, Indian Geography, Indian Constitution, World Economy, Indian Economy, awareness about the incidents occurred around us related to the world & country etc. ,and awareness which is expected to have of matriculation level.

Paper-2 – Arithmetic Ability, Mental Ability, English Comprehension, Reasoning, Logical Reasoning, Decision Making ability and other interpersonal ability which is supposed to have by candidate without special study.

The second phase of the examination will consists of  Written Examination(conventional        Type) & interview.

There will be 7 papers will be conducted in written examination 4 papers regarding the General Study,2 papers regarding the Essay Writing and English passage writing,2 papers regarding the Optional Subject Paper.

Only qualified candidates in the main examination will be called for the interview.

The final selection of the candidate will be based on merit. Merit will be decided basis on the marks gained by the candidates(after giving the reservation wattage).


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One Response to Union Public Service Commission

  1. sneha sinha says:

    Union public service commission conducts exam for various posts.This article deals with CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION 2013.The pattern of question paper is aptly described along with the eligibility criteria that needs to be fulfilled while applying for different posts.This is a must go through article for those willing to apply for UPSC exams.

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