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Civil Services Prelims Exam 2020



An Indian citizen satisfying the age criteria, educational qualification criteria and physical standard criteria can apply. There is also a restriction on the number of attempts for a candidate. The age criteria require the candidate to have attained 21 years of age (not more than 31 years) as of August 2020. Age relaxation norms are applicable for ex-servicemen and SC/ST candidates. Educational Requirements of a candidate dictate the need for a degree from a college that is deemed as a university. A candidate is allowed to attempt the examination six times. This norm is relaxable for a candidate belonging to backward classes. A candidate must adhere to strict physical standards as mentioned by the commission in the notification guidelines.





UPSC Age Limit 2020:



Below we are mentions the UPSC Age limit 2020-21 category wise. Here aspirant also checks the total number of attempts they get:





Category

UPSC Age limit 2020

No. Of Attempts

General

32 Years

Six Attempts

OBC

35 Years

9th Attempts

SC/ST

37 Years

No Age Limit

PH (Blind, Deaf, Orthopedic)

42 Year

GEN/OBC= 9
Attempts SC/ST= No bar

J & K Domicile

GEN=37 Yrs, OBC= 40 Yrs,
SC/ST=40 Yrs, PH=50 Yrs

No Age Limit

Disabled servicemen, disabled from duty.

GEN=37 Yrs, OBC=40
Yrs, SC/ST=40 Yrs.

No Age Limit





UPSC IAS Exam Pattern 2020:



The preliminary examination consists of two papers, Paper I and Paper II given in multiple choice questions. Paper I carries 200 Marks and tests the candidate’s knowledge of General Science, current national, international events and Geography, Indian politics, governance, economic and social development. Paper II tests for comprehension skills, logical reasoning, general mental ability, basic numeracy, data interpretation, communication skills, etc. It is a qualifying paper requiring 33% of minimum qualification marks. A candidate must appear for both the papers in order to qualify for the Mains examination which is held in October 2020.



UPSC 2020 Preliminary Exam:



  • The UPSC 2020 Preliminary Exam will be divided into two parts First is GS (General Studies) and CSAT (Civil Service Aptitude Test). The GS will be 400marks and CSAT will be 200 marks.
  • The question paper will be Multiple choice types.
  • Paper Medium: The question papers will be English and Hindi.
  • Duration of Exam: The Prelims Exam duration will be 2-hour.






Paper

Subject

Marks

Paper I

GS – General Studies

200

Paper II

CSAT – Civil Service Aptitude Test

200

Total Marks

400



Mains Exam:



The UPSC 2020Mains Exam will be included in the written exam & Interview.



Paper

Subject

Marks

A

This will languages which is select by the candidate (Qualifying)

300

B

English (Qualifying)

300

I

Essay

250

II

General Studies I

250

III

General Studies II

250

IV

General Studies III

250

V

General Studies IV

250

VI, VII

Candidates can choose these subjects this will be optional

500

Sub Total (Written Test)

1750

Personality Test (Interview)

275

Total Marks

2025



Syllabus for IAS Exam 2020:



  • Preliminary Exam Syllabus: Civil Service Prelims Exam Syllabus will be common for all candidates.
  • The General Studies (Paper-I): Here we will mention some topics for this exam such as Indian Culture, Indian History, Current Affairs (National/International), Environment, Indian Polity, Economics, General Science, Indian & World Geography, etc.
  • The CSAT (paper-II): All these topics will come in this paper, Topics will Basic Numeracy, English Comprehension, General Mental Ability, Interpersonal Skills, Logical Reasoning, Decision Making & Problem Solving, etc.
  • IAS Exam 2020 Mains Syllabus: The Civil Service Main Exam Syllabus asked almost everything under the sun. Candidates must have deep knowledge of your subjects.


UPSC 2020-21 Selection Process:



Here candidates can find the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2020 Selection process.



Stage I: Preliminary Examination:



  • Advertised will become in May and held in August every year.
  • The result will be published in mid of­ October.


Stage II: Main Examination:



  • UPSC Main Exam will be in December every year.
  • The result will be announced in the second week of March.


Stage III: Personality Test (Interview):



  • The UPSC 2020 Interview Held in April/May each year.


The final result will be announced in May



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