What is UPSC? How to prepare it? Who can take UPSC exam? How many years does UPSC recruitment take place? What is UPSC syllabus? Which service is available in UPSC recruitment? Etc. You may have questions!

UPSC (IAS - IPS - IFS)

 What is UPSC?  How to prepare it?  Who can take UPSC exam?  How many years does UPSC recruitment take place?  What is UPSC syllabus?  Which service is available in UPSC recruitment?  Etc. You may have questions!

 The full name of UPSC is Union Public Service Commission.  UPSC takes Class 1 exam.  To become an officer like IS, IPS, IFS, IRS, UPSC exam has to be given.  UPSC also takes exams of services like Indian Economic Service, Indian Engineering Service.

 PUPSC exam is in three parts.

 Prelim exam
 Main exam
 Interview

 There are two papers of prelim exam.
Both papers do not have 200 marks.
  Your paper 1 is checked only if you get 66 marks or above in other papers.
  Merit from the mark of your paper 1 becomes whether you can give the main examination or not.  (Mark of second paper is not counted.)

 *   The result comes after one month.  If you have good marks in the first paper then you can take the main exam.
 
  The marks for passing the prelim exam are not counted in the final result.

 * Main Exam  

 There are a total of nine papers in the main examination.

 English (which is common to all candidates. 5 marks out of 200 are required to pass)

 The second paper is about language.  (In the 9th Schedule of the Constitution, you can choose any of the 6 languages. There is also Gujarati in it. Don't worry.

 It is necessary to pass in both these papers. The marks are not counted in the main examination.
  

  * In the main examination  marks of paper are considered which are as follows

 Essay paper
 * Paper from Four General Studies
 Paper of  two optional‌‌
 (Which you do not have to decide. The subject you want to have. Language can also be kept. From the subject decided by UPSC only)

 These seven papers are of 250 marks.

  The result comes after 6 months. If you pass, you will be interviewed (for which you have to go to Delhi).

 Interview

 *  Interviews are of total 275  marks.

 *  What is the main topic of your graduation in the interview, the problem of the country and its solution, international relations, the district or taluka from which you come, i.e. what is famous in it?  What is its history etc., religion based questions can be asked.

 (Officials who have passed UPSC say that they are asking questions from the application form you have filled.)
  

  Out of total 2025 marks, the candidate gets marks.

 * Then UPSC decides their cadre which service to give you.

 *  If your marks are good then you get favorite cadre.

 * Where to start preparation for UPSC?  

 UPSC preparation should start with ncert so that your basic knowledge is clear.

 * For History 

 Find out.  8 to 12 ncert
  History of Ancient India
 History of Central India
 * Read the history of modern India.
 *  Watch an episode like India A Quest.

 માટે For geography

 * Stud. Read the ncert of 9th to 12th.
  * Reading Current Affairs
  Read a good book on geography

 For Economics

  9 to 12 ncert
Read Ramesh Singh's book on economics
  Reading Current Affairs
  Watch Mrinal Patel's lecture on YouTube.

  For Politics

 Ncert of 5th to 12th
 *  M. Laxmikant's book of politics
Current Affairs

 
 For sociology 

 Find out.  8 to 12 ncert
  Reading a good book of Samashastra (in simple language that you understand)
  You can watch Mahtapra Sir's lecture on UCG channel on YouTube

* For science

  Std. 9 to 10 ncert (No need to read 11, 12 science books, but you can read if you have time.)
* Current Affairs

 *  For Maths

 Find out.  8 to 10 ncert
     (Must have general knowledge of mathematics. Only up to ten)

 *  For English

 *  Knowledge of grammar up to ten in English is required.  In UPSC, a paper of 500 marks comes in English. In the main exam, it is necessary to pass 5% marks out of 200, that is, 3 marks out of 200.  These marks are not counted in the final exam.

  * For optional subject
  *  Optional has two papers.
 *  There are many optional. Let me tell you about Gujarati language optional.

 History of Gujarati language
  Both prose and verse
 Reading Raghuveer Chaudhary's novel Amrita.
  Dominance of Patan, Rasadhar of Saurashtra etc.

 *  Watch Rajya Sabha TV.
  Read a newspaper daily (The Hindu or Indian Express or any other newspaper)
 Reading a 6-month current magazine
  Make a note of what you read so that you can revise it near the exam.
  Know all the schemes of Central Government and State Government.
 It is important to know what is the international relationship of India, what is the deal between them.
 What is the main problem of India?

 Who can fill up the UPSC form?

 * You must be 21 years of age to fill up the UPSC form.

* Your graduation should be completed. (You can fill the form if you are in last semester but if your interview comes then you have to write the mark of graduation. If you get the marksheet by then, you can fill the form.)

 * Students who have graduated in any subject can fill the form

 People believe that only a school and college topper can pass the UPSC exam.  If you don't have a job

 * Junaid Ahmed, who got 3 ranks in UPSC 2017 All India, has also been an average student.

 UP Ashish Kumar, who passed UPSC in 2012, has also been an average student.  They had 9 out of 10 and 5 out of 12.  Graduation was also 5 percent.  Yet he passed UPSC.  He failed in UPSC a total of 6 times and succeeded in the ninth trial.

 *  Manoj Kumar Sharma failed in 12th standard but he succeeded in UPSC and became IPS.  Currently it is ACP.

 There are many such examples.

* How far can a person who has passed UPSC or who is preparing for it reach?

 *  Arvind Kejriwal has passed UPSC .He was the Income Tax Commissioner in Delhi.  He is currently the Chief Minister of Delhi.

 * External Affairs Minister of the Government of India S.  Jaishankar has passed UPSC.  S.  Jaishankar was an IFS officer.

 * Former Finance Minister of Government of India Yashwant Sinha has passed UPSC.  Yashwant Sinha was the collector.

 The President of India has remained a civil service officer

 *  Mayawati, a four-time Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, a Member of Lok Sabha and a Member of Rajya Sabha, has also prepared for UPSC.

 * Even if the government comes and goes, the officials of the country are running the country

 If you too want to become an IAS, IPS or any other officer and work for the country and the people of the country, get ready.

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