Latest UPSC Update – The commission has announced the results of the Civil Services Mains Examination 2020, which took place between the 8th and 17th January 2021.
The UPSC Notification is published every year for the recruitment of civil servants in the Indian bureaucracy. On the 4th March 2021, the commission released UPSC Notification 2021.
Candidates can submit their application for the UPSC 2021 examination by 24th March 2021. They can fill the online application by 6 pm on 24th March.
The Union Public Service Commission issued the notification 2020 for the Civil Services Examination on its official website on 12th February 2020. The examination process is still ongoing, and UPSC Interview dates are yet to be announced.
Candidates who successfully registered on the official UPSC website will receive their IAS exam (Prelims) admit cards approximately three weeks before the exam date. Candidates must download a copy of the syllabus from the UPSC website. Admit cards will not be sent by post.
The UPSC notification contains all of the details about the civil services exam that a candidate should be mindful of before taking the exam or applying for it.
The UPSC Notification provides the following information:
Here are the IAS exam dates from the UPSC notification 2021:
According to the UPSC notification 2021, there are around 712 vacancies, including 22 vacancies for Persons with Benchmark Disability.
The UPSC conducts recruitment through the civil services exam to fill vacancies in the following services, as mentioned in the UPSC notification:
To appear for the UPSC IAS examination 2021, the candidates must have proper knowledge of the exam eligibility requirements. Read this article to know the complete UPSC IAS eligibility criteria in detail.
Candidates can apply for the UPSC 2021 exam after reading through the notification properly. Also, you can refer to this article to understand the complete process of the UPSC 2021 online application.
We, at Direction, wish you all the best for your upcoming UPSC IAS Examination. Also, if you need guidance for preparation, contact us here.