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IAS 2020 Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Exam Pattern, Syllabus & Admit Card

IAS 2020: Union Public Service Commission conducts Civil services examination for various positions like Indian police service (IPS), Indian administrative service (IAS), etc. It is a very tough exam in which every year a large number of aspirants appear for just preliminary exams. It is not easy to crack this exam. IAS is one of the toughest and higher administrative jobs. The IAS is the administrative arm of the All India Services. They serve the Government of India as well as the individual states. The exam is conducted in three phases’ Pre, Mains & Interview. The candidate who successfully passes the Pre-exams give the Mains Exams and after passing mains also is selected for the interview process. Find below more about IAS 2020-21 Exam, Application Form, Exam Dates, Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus, Admit card, etc.:

UPSC Civil Services 2020 Exam Dates:

UPSC IAS Eligibility Criteria:

Before filling the IAS 2020 Application form the candidate must read all the details regarding the eligibility criteria of the candidate. The candidate fulfilling the criteria must only apply for the examination. Nationality: The candidate should be a citizen of India. Besides citizens of Bhutan, Nepal and Tibetan refugees who came before 1 st  Jan 1962 can also apply for the exam. Also the candidates of Indian origin who have migrated from counties like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Malawi, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Vietnam and Myanmar, etc. can apply. Age: The candidate should have completed 21 years and the maximum age limit is 32 years. The age relaxation would be provided to the candidates of reserved categories.

To clarify the doubts of the SSC preparing candidates, we are presenting here the month wise schedule of SSC Exam and important dates in 2019 so that the candidates can get the information in a real clear manner.

  • SC/ST: 5 years

  • OBC: 3 years

  • Defence service personnel: 3 years.

  • Ex-servicemen including commissioned officers ECOs/SSCOs: 5 years

Education Qualifications:

The candidate should have done graduation from any recognized university. The candidate who has done professional and technical courses should also be from the recognized university. The candidate who is in the final year of graduation can also apply for the examination.

No of attempts:
  • General: 6

  • SC/ST: no limit

  • Defence service personnel: 3 years.

  • OBC: 9

UPSC IAS 2020 Application Form:

The candidates who are interested in UPSC IAS can apply for it by filling the application form. The guidelines to fill the form are given below:

  • Open the official website of UPSC: www.upsconline.nic.in

  • Click on notifications and read carefully

  • After that fill the application form with all verified details.

  • Upload the scanned documents.

  • Pay the application fee

  • Submit your application form

  • Take out the print out of the application form

Application Fees Details:

The candidates who are interested in UPSC IAS can apply for it by filling the application form. The guidelines to fill the form are given below:

  • SC/ST/PH//female:- no fees

  • Others:-200

The examination would be held in three stages – preliminary, mains and interview. The pre-exam is completely objective based and the main exams are descriptive based.

Civil Services 2020 Preliminary Exam:

In Pre the candidate has to give two exams. Both the exams are objective-based. The candidate would be given four options in which he has to select the correct answer. The first exams are of general study and second of CSAT, which is also known as the civil se3rvice aptitude test. Both tee exams are of 200 marks each and are of the duration of 2 hours each. The candidate needs to qualify both the exams to appear for the mains examination. There is also negative marking in each wrong answer. So the candidate needs to aware of the answer given.