July 14, 2024

UPSC Civil Services 2021, Apply Before the Last Date

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UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination on 27th June

Just two days left for application

712 posts to be filled in central departments and services civil Services 2021: see exam and vacancy details

UPSC Jobs 2021: The process of application for the Civil Services Examination 2021 (Civil Services Exam 2021) of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has been going on since 4 March. Now only two days are left to apply. This time the UPSC Civil Services Preliminary Examination (UPSC prelims) is being held on 27 June 2021.

This time through UPSC Civil Services Exam, a total of 712 posts including IAS, IPS officer will be filled in various departments and services of the Central Government. General and OBC categories will have to pay an application fee of Rs 100. The application is free for all others.

You have until 24 March 2021 (6 pm) to apply. The application is to be made online through upsconline.nic.in in two parts. But the application fee can be paid only by 23 March 2021 through the bank. Online fees can be paid till March 24. Links to both application forms and notifications are given further.

UPSC Civil Services

Who can apply
Candidates doing Bachelor Degree / Graduation in any discipline from any recognized University of the country can apply for UPSC Civil Services Examination. You must be at least 21 years old and maximum 32 years. The reserved classes get a relaxation in the maximum age limit.

UPSC Civil Services 2021 admit card
Candidates whose application forms have been filled without mistake and correctly, will be issued their admit cards. A few days before the exam, e-admit cards will be issued on UPSC online. You will be able to download them with the help of your application / registration number and password.

How will selection – First of all there will be preliminary examination. Candidates who succeed in this will get a chance to appear in the main examination (UPSC Civil Services Mains). Those clearing both UPSC prelims and mains will have to appear in the interview. After being successful in all these three phases, a merit list will be made and accordingly an appointment will be made in the concerned service.

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