IAS Recruitment Notification 2017 –
The Civil Services Examination; all the more prevalently known as the IAS exam is led by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for enrollment into different segments of the Government. This exam is thought to be one of the hardest exams in the nation with just around 0.1% to 0.2% of candidates passing the exam.
The UPSC fundamental site is to be taken after and checked for redesigns. Once another notice turns out in regards to the exam, the authority UPSC site is additionally upgraded with all the data in regards to the exam. Normally, the exam structures are made accessible by the month of February or March each Year and the candidates need to round them out in the wake of checking their qualification by April. Once the structures are presented, the arrangements can start.
The preparatory exam for IAS is directed in August and the Mains examination is held at some point in December. Once these composed exams are cleared, the outcome the Personality test/Interviews are directed at some point in the following year around April/May. The competitor needs to breeze through all the three tests and the last determination is declared in June while the joining for preparing is typically before the end of July.
Qualification Criteria –
An applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree from any University which is perceived by the State or Central Government. This possibly a degree earned by correspondence instruction or separation training, degree from an Open University or any capability perceived by the Govt. of India as being identical to both of the above.
Understudies who have showed up for their last test of the year can likewise apply however they should give evidence of passing the examination before the last determination process.
Age limit and no of attempts –
|Category||Age Limit||Attempts allowed (max)|
|PH – Gen||42||9|
|PH – OBC||45||9|
|PH – SC/ST||47||Unlimited|
|J&K – Gen||37||9|
|J&K – OBC||40||9|
|J&K – SC/ST||42||Unlimited|
|J&K – PH||50||Depends upon category|
|Ex – Servicemen – Gen||37||9|
|Ex – Servicemen – SC/ST||40||9|
|Ex – Servicemen – PH||42||Unlimited|
|Disabled Defence – Gen||37||9|
|Disabled Defence – OBC||40||9|
|Disabled Defence – SC/ST||42||Unlimited|
Determination process –
To get chose in IAS, one needs to clear 3 obstacles altogether. Beginning with the principal obstacle which is the Preliminary exam; applicant need to accomplish least qualifying marks for both the areas i.e. General studies and Aptitude abilities. These imprints are just a ticket to sit for the Mains examination and won’t be conveyed forward in any capacity.
Once the preparatory exams are cleared, the hopeful needs to get ready for the 9 examinations that are held amid the Mains examinations. This is the second obstacle. The mains examination incorporates General studies, English and whatever other Indian dialect. Subsequent to showing up in every one of these examinations the most extreme total of imprints adds up to 1750. The hopeful needs to achieve the base qualifying marks in each exam furthermore show up in the general legitimacy list also. When this is cleared the following and last stage is the individual meeting.
Individual meeting is of 275 imprints and this progressions the general positioning by a tremendous edge as these imprints are included the total of the last determination process. After the meeting a last legitimacy rundown is readied and just the applicants on the rundown at long last join the IAS foundation where they are prepared for their occupations. For meeting all requirements for IAS, one should be among the top scorers in the UPSC exam.
Application process –
An applicant needs to apply online on the fundamental site of UPSC as it were. When application is sent, then the competitor needs to clear Preliminary and Mains examination to be qualified for the Interview.
- A) Preliminary examination – comprises of two papers of 200 denote each for 2 hours. The subjects are General studies and inclination abilities.
- B) Mains examination – There will be 9 examinations –
Paper-1 = One of the Indian Languages – 300 imprints
Paper-2 = English – 300 imprints
Paper-3 = Essay – 250 imprints
Paper-4 to 7 = General Studies – 250 for every exam = 1000 imprints
Paper-8 and 9 = Optional subject – 250 for every exam = 500 imprints.
Complete imprints for mains examination in choice procedure – 1750 imprints
- C) Interview Test will be of 275 imprints making the Grand aggregate of 2025 imprints.
Important Date –
Date of Notification: 22 February 2017
End Date – 17 March 2017 (Apply Online)
Date of IAS PRE (CSAT) Exam: 18 June 2017 (Sunday, 1 Day)