HOW TO BECOME AN IAS (3 rd Day )
By Sandeep nagyaan · 01 Oct 2018
Today we will discuss the all examination of UPSC which are organize every year. After that we will discuss every part of the body and the criteria of UPSC. There are mainly four part of the of the all Indian civil services organized by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). (1) Indian administration service (IAS) (2) Indian Foreign Service (IFS) (3) Indian Police Service (IPS) (4) Indian Revenue Service (IRS) And others all types services of group B.
Criteria:- The criteria for this examination are same but the services will pass you it will depend on your rank which you will gain. UPSC each year select approximately 1000 candidates for various types of civil services through the candidates rank after the examination. (1) The applicant should be the citizen of India. (2) The applicant should complete 21 years but not more than 32 years. (2) If the applicant come under the SC/ST will get more 5 years extra in age relaxation. (3) If the applicant have the J&K domicile He/She will capable for 5 years age relaxation. (4) The applicant must have his/her graduation in any stream from recognize state or central university approved by UGC. (5) There are six attempts for all students but the applicant which come under the reserve category there are no limit to attempt the exam. (6) There are only nine attempts the OBC reserved category applicants. (7) No limit for SC/ST category in short from age 21 to 37 they are allowed to six . (8) The applicant can be also apply the website hht://www.upsc.nic.in , in the between of February and March.