STUDY DAILY CURRENT AFFAIRS FOR UPSC-CIVIL SERVICES EXAM
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-New Batch for UPSC CSE-Target 2021 will be starting from 1st June,2020
-New Batch For Optional Paper (Public Administration) will be starting from 8th June,2020
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Q- What is the Eligibility for UPSC Civil Services (IAS) Exam?
The candidate must hold a degree of any of Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an Act of Parliament or declared to be deemed as a University Under Section-3 of the University Grants Commission Act, 1956, or possess an equivalent qualification.
Category Age Limit No. of Attempts
General 21to32 06
OBC 21 to 35 06+03=09
SC/ST 21 to 37 Any no. till 37 years of Age
Q- How much time is required for the preparation ? or when is the right time to start prepare for the exam?
Considering the vastness of the syllabus , and number of revision required for the exam, early preparation is always advisable.Most of the candidates start preparing for the exam during the graduation itself so that as they attain the eligibility they can appear in the exam.
Final year students can also apply for the exam.
Q- Can I choose an optional subject (in Mains), which I have not studied at Graduate/PG level?
Yes, you can choose any optional subject from amongst the UPSC’s list of optional subjects for Civil Services Main Exam.
Q-What is the structure and syllabus of exam?
You may download exam syllabus and structure from download section.