How many times civil service exam is conducted in a year?
IAS Exam Date
|IAS Exam Conducting Body||UPSC|
|Mode of IAS exam||Offline|
|Number of times conducted||Once every year|
|Prescribed age limit||21 – 32 years (upper age relaxation for reserved candidates)|
|IAS Exam – Prelims 2021||Sunday – 10th October, 2021 (Prelims 2020 was on 4th October 2020)|
Is Tattoo allowed in civil services?
Yes, you are eligible to appear for the UPSC exam. Tattoos are allowed, but it would be inappropriate. As long as the tattoos are not vulgar, or they are of religious significance, they would be not be disallowed per se, but they might be looked down upon. So it isn’t advisable to have a tattoo.
Which is the best degree for IAS?
Answer. In order to become a IAS officer you should complete your graduation. You can choose to do engineering or B.Sc degree. 1- The minimum age to appear for IAS Exam is 21 years.
What is the percentage required for IAS?
Can a 12th pass give UPSC exam?
In order to become an IAS Officer, you must apply for CSE exam conducted by the UPSC. You must also crack the exam (preliminary, mains and interview) in order to get selected for the training. So technically, 12th passed students can’t appear for this exam right after 12th.
Can I prepare for UPSC after 12th?
IAS Preparation Strategy after Class 12 Broadly, the first and second year of your college should be devoted to preparing for General Studies (GS) subjects of UPSC Prelims and Mains exam through a GS Integrated course. In the mid of second year or third year, one should start focusing on Optional subject as well.
How should I start preparing for civil service?
One should make a habit of reading current affairs. Also, to make your knowledge effective, it is recommended to study from NCERT books of class 6th – 12th. You can also take help from other reference books. Prepare from previous years papers and also give the mock tests.