1. What is the full form of UPSC?
UPSC stands for Union Public Service Commission.
2. What is UPSC?
UPSC is the central agency that recruits candidates for various services like Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), etc.
3. What are civil service? How do you enter the Indian civil service?
Civil services are professions such as IAS, IPS, IFS, IRS etc that are directly related to public service and are widely considered to be in India.
4. What is IAS? How can you pass the IAS exam and become an IAS officer?
It is one of the prestigious services among the 24 services such as IPS, IFS etc. for which the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts the Civil Service Examination (CSE) to select candidates.
5. What is the Indian Administrative Service (IAS)?
Who is selected in the Administrative Service of India is known in a variety of roles e.g. as a collector, commissioner, head of public units, chief secretary, cabinet secretary, etc.
6. What is the salary of an IAS officer?
The salary of civil servants (salary = basic salary + DA + TA + HRA) increases with increasing experience. The base salary of the cabinet secretary is 2.50,000 rupees.
7. How to become an IAS officer?
It is popularly known as the IAS exam, officially the UPSC exam for the civil service. The UPSC CSE consists of 3 phases: preliminary, main and interview.
8. What educational qualifications is required to take the IAS exam?
Any degree (degree). It can be regular or distant. The candidate must have a degree from one of the universities designated by law of the central or state legislature in India or other institutions established by Act of Parliament or as a university under Section 3 of the Commission Act of University Scholarships, 1956 are registered or have an equivalent qualification.
9. What is the age limit and number of attempts to write the UPSC Civil Services Exam?
The minimum age for taking the IAS examination is 21 years, ie the candidate must be at least 21 years old on August 1st of the year in which the examination is taken. For example, if the candidate is appearing in the 2021 preliminary round, he / she must be over 21 by August 1, 2021.
- Upper age limit for the general category: 32 years old.
- Upper age limit for OBC: 35 years.
- Upper age limit for SC / ST: 37 years
- Upper age limit for disabled personnel of the defense service in operations during hostilities with a foreign country or in an area disturbed and consequently released: 35 years
- Upper age limit For former military personnel, including officers and ECO / SSCO who Have completed at least five years of military service: 37 years
- Upper age limit for blind, deaf-mute and Orthopaedically handicapped persons (general category): 42 years.
- Upper age limit for the blind, deaf and orthopedic disabled (general category): 42 years
- Number of IAS examination attempts: General category: 6 attempts up to 32 years old.
- Number of attempts for the IAS exam: OBC: 9 attempts up to the age of 35
- The number of attempts for the IAS exam: SC / ST: unlimited attempts up to the age of 37
- NB: Physically Handicapped /disabled candidates belonging to General category will get the benefit of 9 attempts till the age prescribed by UPSC – 42 years.
10. How are attempts for the Civil service examination calculated?
If you appear for any of the papers of civil service pre-exams, your attempt will be counted. If you fill up the UPSC application form but did not take the pre-exam, your attempt WILL NOT BE COUNTED.
12. Full form of KPSC?
KPSC stands for Karnataka Public Service Commission.
13. What is the KPSC?
The KPSC is the government agency that recruits candidates for various services in the Karnataka Administrative Service (KAS).
14. What is the age limit and the number of attempts to take the KPSC civil servant examination?
Applicants must be at least 21 years old as on the last date for submitting the application or a date specifically communicated by the KPSC.
The maximum age of candidates cannot exceed 35 years for general merit candidates. However, the relaxation at the age limit for the KPSC Gazetted Probationers exam is as follows:
|Category||Relaxation in criteria||Maximum Age|
|GM||No relaxation||35 years|
|SC||5 years||40 years|
|ST||5 years||40 years|
|Cat – 1||5 years||40 years|
|2A||3 years||38 years|
|2B||3 years||38 years|
|3A||3 years||38 years|
|3B||3 years||38 years|
|Ex-MP||No of years in service|
|PH / Widow candidates||10 years||45 years|
Number of attempts for the KPSC KAS examination
- For general merits in the official probationary period, a maximum of 5 attempts.
- For OBC candidates they are entitled to two additional attempts so that the total number of attempts 7 is allowed.
- An unlimited number of attempts for the KPSC KAS exam are allowed for SC / ST / Cat1 candidates as long as they meet the age limit criteria.
15. Which educational qualifications do you need for the KAS exam?
If you appear for one of the KAS preliminary examination, your attempt will be counted. If you have completed the KAS application form but did not take the preliminary examination, your attempt WILL NOT BE COUNTED.
16. Which educational qualifications do you need for the KAS exam?
The Academic Eligibility Rules for the Gazetted Probationers Exam are:
- Rule 7 – Recruitment of Karnataka Gazetted Probationers (Appointment by Competitive Exam) Rules, 1997
- Eighth Amendment, Rules, 2010
According to the Rules, candidates can only appear KPSC KAS official exam if they:
- have a bachelor’s degree from a state university in India
- OR have a master’s degree from an accredited university
- or have an equivalent qualification
applicants Currently final year graduates are also eligible for the KPSC KAS Prelims exam, but must present a passed / completed certificate before they are admitted to the main exam.