Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)


    1. What is UPSC?

UPSC is a Union Public Service Commission which is a constitutional body that works at central level and it conducts various exams like Civil Services, Combined Defence Examinations, Combined Medical Services Examination,  Engineering Examination Services, Central Armed Police Forces (Assistant Commandant) Examinations, Indian Economic Service/Indian Statistical Service Examinations, Naval Academy Examinations, Indian Forest Service Examinations, Combined Geo scientists and Geologist Examinations, Special Class Railway Apprentice.   

    2. How to apply for UPSC?

Visit the official website https://www.upsc.gov.in/ for applying various central level exams.

    3. Who is eligible for UPSC?

Any candidate who have completed his/her Bachelors Degree or Final Year awaiting for results is eligible for applying any Exams conducted by UPSC. There is a minimum age should be 21 years and maximum should be 32 years for general category. There is an age relaxations for reserved category.

    4. Which university, courses, degrees recognized by the UPSC?

Recognition of University from a government, Courses or Degree is does not fall in any purview of UPSC. It only lies between the appropriate authorities mandated for the purpose e.g. University Grants Commission (UGC), Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), etc.

    5. How a candidate is recommended by the UPSC?

The UPSC recommend the candidates based on the merit. The fixations of seniority of candidates in their respective cadres/grades that comes under the purview of the Ministries/Departments concerned and is determined by them. 

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