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Introduction to UPSC

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is the authorized agency of India to conduct the Civil Services Examination, Combined Defence Services Examination, Engineering Services Examination, Combined Medical Services Examination, Naval Academy Examination, Special Class Railway Apprentice, Indian Economic Service examination, Indian Forest Service examination, Indian Statistical Service examination, National Defence Academy Examination, Combined Geoscientist and Geologist Examination, and Central Armed Police Forces (Assistant Commandant) examination. 

Why UPSC?

The Civil Services examination is one of the most prestigious examinations in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). These services have been the most sought after careers by youngsters throughout the country. Despite of the popularity of IT and Software careers, it has not lost its importance. In terms of structure, it is one the toughest competitive exams in the country with a success rate of just 0.1 percent more and more professional degree holders are opting for jobs among these list of Civil Services. The Civil Services form the backbone of the structure of government of India. It is the primary service, which heads all the major departments which run the state and central administration. The three types of services recruited through the Civil Services Examination are All India, Central and State Services. The salaries also differ as per the post and category of the Services.

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After Clearing All Stages Your Will Eligible For - Under Secretary, Director Joint Secretary

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After Clearing All Stages Your Will Eligible For - Additional Secretary

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After Clearing All Stages Your Will Eligible For - Secretary

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After Clearing All Stages Your Will Eligible For - Cabinet Secretary, District Magistrate

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The Civil Services form the backbone of the structure of government of India. It is the primary service, which heads all the major departments which run the state and central administration. The three types of services recruited through the Civil Services Examination are All India, Central and State Services. The salaries also differ as per the post and category of the Services.

Examinations conducted by UPSC

UPSC conducts various examinations every year as follows.

  1. Civil Services Examination (CSE)

Civil Services Examination (CSE) is a single window entry through which the qualifying candidates are being recruited into various government services including IAS, IPS, IFS, and IRS according to their marks and ranking. 

  1. Engineering Services Exam (IES)

UPSC conducts Engineering Services Examination to meet the technical and managerial functions of the Government of India. Selected people are recruited in various departments in different Engineering Services such as Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering posts. An IES Officer works in technical areas including power, roads, manufacturing etc. There are 2 phases of this exam consisting 2 papers.

  1. Indian Forest Services Exam (IFoS)

The Indian Forest Services Exam is conducted for the recruitment of Forest Services of India. Forest Officers serve as an independent of district administration and exercise administrative, judicial and financial powers in their own domain. The selected applicants hold almost all top positions in forest departments of the state. They have to serve both State and Central Governments mandatorily. It ensures the environmental stability and maintenance of ecological balance.

  1. Indian Economic Service and Indian Statistical Service Examination (IES/ISS)

The Indian Economic Service with Indian Statistical Service is constituted as a Group – A service of the executive branch of the Government of India. All the statistical posts of different department and ministries comes under this division.

  1. Assistant Provident Fund Commissioners

UPSC conducts an exam for the post of Assistant Provident Fund Commissioners every year. The duties of APFCs are to look into the work of Accounts, Enforcement, Administration, Cash, Recovery, Legal, Computer and Pension including the statutory and administrative functions. APFCs also work for the settlement of claims, general administration maintenance of Cash Book/ Reconciliation of Bank Statements MIS returns, conduct an inquiry.

  1. Special Class Railway Apprentices Exam (SCRA)

Special Class Railway Apprentices Exam (SCRA) is conducted by the UPSC for the recruitment of Special Class Apprentices into the Indian Railways Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering for an undergraduate course in mechanical engineering. There are two stages in the recruitment process which are written examination and personal interview. Those who clear the interview are recruited as SCRA by the Indian Railways.

  1. Combined Defence Services Exam (CDS)

Combined Defence Services Exam (CDS) consists of three stages – written examination, personal interview and medical examination. The exam is conducted twice, once in February and in November. The candidates who have qualified the examination are recruited as officers in the Indian Army, Air Force, Naval Academy, Officers Training and Military Academy. They are also provided a stipend of INR 21,000 every month. Only unmarried graduates are permitted to take the exam.

  1. National Defence Academy (NDA) and Naval Academy Exam (NA)

UPSC conduct NDA and NA exam twice in a year to gain entry into the National Defence Academy and Indian Naval Academy. These exams induct officers into the Indian Defence Forces including the Army, Navy and Air Force. The cadets of all three armed services are trained in the academy together before going with the pre-commissioning training. Admissions are accepted via written examination followed by an SSB interview. A medical test is also conducted to check the overall health and physical fitness of the candidate.

  1. Combined Medical Services Examination (CMSE)

Combined Medical Services Examination is conducted by the UPSC for recruiting candidates functioning as Medical Officers under the Government of India into the various services such as Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Indian Railways, etc. For this service, the candidate should be a qualified doctor. For CMS, candidates are selected on the basis of a written examination followed by an interview.

  1. Combined Geo-Scientist and Geologist Examination

UPSC conducts Geologist and Geo-Scientist Exam for recruiting people in the Geological Survey of India, Ministry of Mines and Ministry of Water as geologists and chemists. Also people are recruited for the post of hydrogeologist in the Central Ground Water Board.

  1. Central Armed Police Forces Exam

Central Armed Police Forces Exam is conducted by the UPSC for recruiting candidates to Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), Central Industrial 

Various posts filled through UPSC exams

GROUP A SERVICES

Indian administrative service (IAS): IAS officers serve both the State and Central Governments and almost all the ministries and departments are headed by IAS officers. They are close to the ministers and people’s representatives. Example designations of IAS are: District Commissioner, Health Commissioner, Managing Director, Secretary to Government of India, National AIDS Control Organisation, Ministry of XYZ, Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation, Secretary, etc. You can see that there is a variety of jobs in this service. So, it could be fun for some people who do not like monotonous jobs. These officers have a lot of status and power as the protocol and the job functions sometimes require many to obey an orders of an IAS officer. They come in contact with all kinds and levels of people.

Indian police service (IPS): The main function of these officers is the Maintenance of Law and Order. It is a uniformed service with decorations. Cyber Crime, Narcotics, Intelligence, Juvenile Crime, etc. are the variations that one can experience in his or her career in IPS. The officers also head the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF). These armed forces have varied responsibilities from guarding the country’s borders to protect industrial installations to protect Prime Minister. These officers command a lot of power due to the nature of the service. 

Indian foreign services (IFS): These officers represent our country in other countries as well as in International bodies like United Nations. Their major task is to maintain friendly relations with other countries. They have to maintain India as a Brand globally. IF officers get a variable pay when posted abroad to cover the difference in their purchasing power. The other duties of these officers are, maintaining trade relations, cultural relations, academic relations, military relations, etc. So, they are in touch with IAS officers, Army officers, etc. to coordinate such relations. 

Indian revenue service (IT) (IRS-IT): These officers generate revenue for the Government through income tax. They have to collect all taxes on income in time to meet the expenditure of the government. These officers are now required to understand technology also. Both income generated at personal and the corporate level are to be assessed and levied by these officers. Nowadays they are also put on election duty to monitor the expenditure of various candidates.

Indian revenue service (CBEC) (IRS-Customs): The officers in this department deal with the tasks of formulation of policy concerning collection of Customs & Central Excise duties and Service Tax, prevention of smuggling and administration of matters relating to Customs, Central Excise, Service Tax and Narcotics to the extent under CBEC’s preview. The officers seen in the airports work under an IRS officer.

Indian audit and account service (IAAS): Indian Audit and Accounts Department (IAAD) assists a constitutional authority called CAG (Comptroller and Auditor General) in fulfilment of his constitutional duties. IAAS officers serve as the top management of audit department. Audit means to check for inconsistencies, etc. IAAS officers derive their independence from the CAG’s constitutional independence and work free of political pressures unlike any other Government departments. IAAS Officers work closely with the Union and State government departments for efficient audit.

Indian information service (IIS): These officers manage government’s print media, electronic media, and advertising needs of ministries and act as press advisors. They control official media. They get to work for the management of Doordarshan and All India Radio. 

Indian civil account services (ICAS): One thing that led to the creation of this service is the separation of audit from accounts at the Central level. ICA officers maintain the accounts of the government. You do Public Financial Management as an ICAS officer. Thus the officers manage payments, receipts, pension, accounting and financial reporting and internal audit in the civil ministries.

Indian corporate law service (ICLS): ICL officers regulate the corporate sector in the country. They are vested with the implementation of Limited Liability Partnership Act and Companies Act. These officers monitor whether the companies are running according to the provisions of the government or not.

Indian trade service (ITS): These officers handle international trade and commerce of India. They formulate Foreign Trade Policy of India. They also participate in the international trade negotiations at multilateral forums such as World Trade Organisation. Export promotion, quality checks, etc. are some other functions.

Indian defence estate service (IDES): Ministry of Defence is the largest land holder among all the ministries of the Indian Government. To manage this land optimally is the task of IDES officers. They are also appointed as CEOs of Cantonment Boards to look after the civil affairs in the cantonment.

Indian defence account service (IDAS): The officers provide payment accounting, financial advice, and internal audit functions in respect of Army, Air Force, Navy, Ordinance factories, DRDO, BRO, Canteen Stores Department and allied organisations.

Indian ordinance factories service (IOFS): These factories manufacture defence equipment. There are more than 1.5 lakh employees working in these factories. The administration of these factories is managed by IOFS officers.

Indian postal service: These officers monitor and manage the postal services in the country. There are many employees serving in this department and post offices are located almost everywhere in the country. 

Indian postal and telecommunication accounts and finance service: These services are related to the department of posts. These officers maintain the finance and accounts of the department as there are many employees.

Indian railway account service (IRAS): Indian railways is also one of the largest employer of government and it has the monopoly of providing rail services in the country, IRAS officers maintain accounts in railways.

Indian railway personnel service (IRPS)

These officers are basically like the HR in Railways.

Indian railway traffic service (IRTS)

These officers manage the cargo traffic and passenger of Indian Railways.

Railway protection force (RPF)

These officers serve in the Railway Protection Force as security commissioners.

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Various posts filled through UPSC exams

GROUP B

Armed forces headquarters civil service (AFHQ): The officers of AFHQ contribute significantly in the functioning of Armed Forces Headquarters/Inter Service Organizations except those related to technical and combat aspects in respect with the Armed Forces.

Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar island civil service (DANICS)

Delhi is NCT and Andaman and Nicobar is also a Union Territory. The administrative aspects of these territories are taken care by DANICS officers.

Delhi, Andaman and Nicobar island police service (DANIPS)

Similarly, law and order aspects of these territories are taken up by DANIPS

Pondicherry civil service

Pondicherry police service

How many times I can appear for the UPSC Exam?

Number of attempts for various examinations are as follows:

IAS exam:

(Open Category) – 6 attempts till 32 years of age.

(Other Backward Classes) – 9 attempts till 35 years of age.

(SC/ST) unlimited attempts till 37 years of age.

Upper age limit for blind, deaf-mute and orthopedically handicapped persons (general category): 42 years.

Upper age limit for Defence Services personnel disabled in operations during hostilities in a disturbed area or with any foreign country and released as a consequence thereof: 35 years.

Upper age limit for Ex-servicemen including ECOs/SSCOs and Commissioned Officers who have rendered at least five years Military Service: 37 years.

Apart from these mentioned limits, candidates from OBC/ SC/ ST category will get the benefit of cumulative age relaxation.

 EXAMINATION PATTERN:

There are following three stages of the examination:

Preliminary Examination
There are 2 papers for the Preliminary exam:

Paper I: General Studies (GS) consists of 200 questions and time allotted is 2 hours.

Paper II: Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) carrying 200 marks for each paper and time allotted is 2 hours for each paper.

There will be 1/3rd negative marking in both the papers.

The Preliminary Examination will be held at most of the districts in Maharashtra. Once the Preliminary Examination result is declared, the candidates who are passes in prelims will be called to appear for the Main Examination. Preliminary Examination marks are not counted for the final selection of the candidates.

Main/Written Examination
The Main Examination (subjective) comprises of 9 papers which are typically held from right on time October for around 21 days. The latest pattern of Main examination is as follows:-

General Studies

Paper 1 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Paper 2 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Optional Subject 1

Paper 1 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Paper 2 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Optional Subject 2

Paper 1 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Paper 2 – 300 marks (3 hours)

Essay – 200 marks (3 hours)

English Language and Indian Language each of 300 marks (qualifying paper; marks excluded in Main Exam)

Interview/Personality Test

The candidates who have passed the written examination (Mains) successfully are called for the interview. In the interview process, the points taken into consideration are, eligibility required for the candidate’s post opted for, personality, study level of social and national issues, awareness of events occurring around, capacity to take decisions, presence of mind etc. The final merit list will be declared after consolidating candidate’s marks in the Main exam and in the Interview. Accordingly, eligible candidates will be appointed at various posts.

How to prepare for UPSC?

Here are some tips to crack the UPSC Civil Services Exam and become an IAS, IPS or IFS officer.
Watch your Routine: One of the biggest roadblocks for the CSE is time management. The exam is conducted over three stages – the Preliminary, Main and the Interview. Each has a quite large syllabus and the exam extends over a year. Most of the aspirants are full-time students or office-goers who have to schedule their preparation within the time they can manage outside of their regular routine. Being serious about the exam requires a focus, and thus a separate time-table. This time management is only possible if the candidates are able to set up a schedule and fix deadlines for when they intend to cover the various portions of the syllabus. The process and the individual timelines may vary but working out the strategy for time management is essential to everyone.

Understand the Exam Pattern: The UPSC website clearly explains the intention of their test, which is to find individuals who need not have a specialized in-depth understanding of the topics but rather a comprehensive awareness of the geography, culture, history and other functional aspects of India and a bit of the world. Familiarize yourself with the syllabus, so you can start structuring your study plan accordingly.

Plan a Structured Study: It is easier to structure the study plan concentrating on building on the basic concepts, usually from the recommended NCERT books. Many topics may require a follow up with more specialized books. It is always a good idea to find multiple source materials, while not overwhelming your schedule with so many books. You can also refer to online material for information. The secret, as many troupers have mentioned before, is to comfortably understand the basic concepts without taking the aid of rote learning schemes. ‘Coz memorizing may land you in trouble by virtue of the vastness of the syllabus.
Practice Testing: It is so important to keep a regular habit of reading, writing, analysing, and examining the contents. Many successful candidates have stressed on the importance of having regular discussions and debates with their friends and colleagues, on topics associated with the syllabus and current affairs which provides an excellent practice for presenting your views logically while also helping you to understand the depth of your insights. There are many free mock tests available online to examine your preparation in a timed fashion. These can help in getting all your gears in action as required on the day of the exam. The UPSC website has a storage bank for previous year question papers. Although the exam coordinators are known to almost never repeat questions from previous years, the previous question papers do provide a glimpse of the type of questions preferred by them.

Updated Current Affairs: A lot of questions are associated with the candidate’s general awareness of topical affairs in the world, with emphasis on the happenings in India. Get in the habit of reading a multitude of daily newspapers to stay abreast of current topics. Various sources recommend The Hindu, Economist, The Indian Express, All India Radio News, Parliamentary discussions, regional language newspapers, and magazines like Yojana, India and Manorama Year Books.

Why Coaching for UPSC?

It is not actually necessary to get the coaching for UPSC. But I can say you will get some smart ideas from the Best UPSC coaching classes in Pune regarding the exam like how to tackle tricky questions in a smart way, how to do smart work while preparing for the exam etc. With coaching, you will get the proper track. They will suggest you the best reference books. In short, you will get proper guidelines regarding the UPSC examination.

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Seven Mentor is the best place if you are looking for UPSC classes in Pune. It was established in 2010. We at SevenMentor aim to provide the best UPSC coaching in Pune.

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Seven Mentor is one of the leading UPSC classes in Pune having best features like: 

 

  • We have experienced and expert faculties for all subjects having thorough knowledge of that particular subject they teach.
  • Our faculties are experienced enough to guide students for UPSC.
  • We have designed exam oriented time bound comprehensive course, where we cover full syllabus in detail.
  • We provide best notes with updated study material in simple language so that students can easily understand the dynamic nature of the exam.
  • Our focus is on developing conceptual knowledge through teaching the basic concepts in simple language as well as developing comprehending capabilities of the students.
    We schedule timely periodic tests and provide model test papers for practice.
    We schedule weekly current affairs sessions by experts.
  • We monitor the progress of each student by providing personal attention and giving the required inputs.
  • We schedule revision classes before the exam to brush up all the concepts.
    We also arrange mock interview sessions by experts.
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