What happens after clearing the UPSC examination? What happens during the training and what is the pay scale?
What happens after clearing the UPSC examination? What happens during the training and what is the pay scale ,.As per the trend for last two years, the result for UPSC Civil service exam is declared within a week, once the interview process is over. After the result is declared, UPSC declares the cut off marks. This cutoff consists of separate cut off for prelims and Mains exam and also the combined (or overall) cut-off.
Once the cut-off is declared, then the mark sheet is sent to only the qualified candidates. This mark sheet has detailed information about marks obtained in Prelims, Mains and Interview. Then UPSC declares the answer for Prelims exam.
Now, the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) decides the services allocation of candidates in the merit list. This process takes some time. It may take 4-6 weeks (after the result is declared) in getting the allocation.
The allocation process is done in phases (or rounds). Not all candidates, get the allocation in the first round. Those who do not get the allocation in the first round, have (*) printed against their name in the list on DoPT website. These candidates may have to wait for some more time to get the allocation.
There are various reasons due to which candidates may get (*) against their name. The reasons could be such as, insufficient documents, a candidate may medically unfit, etc. However, these issues are resolved and the number of candidates with (*) decrease after each round.
Once all this process is done, DoPT sends an official service allocation letter via post and email, to all the selected candidates.
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From here onward, candidates are taken care by Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA). This organization begins the registration process for the Foundation Course (FC). All the selected candidates are registered for this course. During the registration process, you may seek exemption from Foundation Course. For doing this you have to select a valid reason from given options during registration, such as:
- Medical issues
- Already completed FC previously
- Willing to appear for Civil Service exam again, etc.
The candidates, who are willing to join FC, get their appointment letters within a week or two. Those who opted out of this course get appointment letter directly from their Cadre Controlling Authorities. After this their service-specific training starts.
For further training, candidates are sent to Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in Mussoorie. Here they are trained on how to perform their duties with responsibility and execute their powers.
After the completion of Foundation Course, all the candidates (probationers) are taken for a tour around India (Bharat Darshan). After this, their specific training starts. This training is divided into two phases: Phase I (15 weeks) and Phase II (6 weeks).
Pay scale may vary based on the Cadre. It may range from the monthly income of 50.000 to 2.5 Lakhs. In addition to it, these employees get all the benefits such as a rent-free accommodation, PF, Pension Plan, Medical facilities, etc.