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UPSC Civil Services Exam 2011 Results :-
UPSC Examination Results of Civil Services Prelims and Mains Exam 2011 will be declared soon. You can find your UPSC Civil Services Exam Results 2011 from it's official website. I will update this post once UPSC Results 2011 of Civil Services Prelims/Mains Exam announced.

UPSC Civil Services Exam Admit Card 2011 :
Admit Card of UPSC Civil Services Exam 2011 will be send to your postal address or download your UPSC Civil Services Exam Admit Card 2011 Online. So revisit this page for your UPSC Civil Services Admit card of Prelims and Mains Examination 2011.

UPSC Published Notification for Civil Services Examination for the year 2011

UPSC Civil Services Exam is the top competitive exam. How to apply for Civil Services Exam? Follow the below information.

Download 2011 Notification of UPSC Civil Services Examination Here

UPSC Civil Services Exam 2011 Dates:

Notification Date: 2nd January 2011

Submission of Civil Services Exam forms from 2nd january 2011 and ends on 1st february 2011

Last date for submission of form for remote areas is on 8th february 2011

Prelims Exam on 23rd May, 2011

Mains Exam Likely by October 2011

Eligibility for Civil Services Examination:

Age as on 1st August, 2011

Minimum: 21 years -- Date of Birth not later than 1st August, 1989

Maximum: 30 years -- Date of Birth not earlier than 2nd August, 1980

For more detail on age eligibility go through the Notification page.

Civil Services Exam Academic Qualification:
Must have completed a graduation degree from a recognised university. Final year students may also apply, provided they can provide the proof of obtaining the qualification while applying for Mains exam.

Civil Services Exam Maximum number of attempts:
Candidate can try for a maximum of four (4) attempts if he/she are in General category and 7 attempts if you belong to OBC category however there is no maximum attempt for SC/ST candidates.
2011 Civil Services Exam Forms are available the Designated Head Post Offices/Post Offices mentioned in the notification.

What's the fees for Civil Services Exam?

It's Rs. 50/- for General/OBC categories and free for other categories lik Female/SC/ST/PH.
Buy a Central Recruitment Fee Stamp of Rs. 50/- and paste it on the application form

UPSC Civil Services Exam Centres:
Exam is held through the country in 45 city/towns in India:Agartala, Ahmedabad, Aizwal, Aligarh, Allahabad, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Bareilly, Bhopal, Chandigarh, Chennai, Cuttack, Dehradun, Delhi, Dharwad, Dispur, Gangtok, Hyderabad, Imphal, Itanagar, Jaipur, Jammu, Jodhpur, Jorhat, Kochi, Kohima, Kolkata, Lucknow, Madurai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Panaji (Goa), Patna, Puducherry, Port blair, Raipur, Ranchi, Sambalpur, Shillong, Shimla, Srinagar, Thiruvanathapuram, Tirupati, Udaipur, Vishakhapatnam.

For complete details on UPSC Civil Services Exam visit UPSC Website here

About UPSC Civil Services Exam

In India, Union Public Service Commission appoints officer through competitive examinations conducted in all over India. Those who want to opt for administrative jobs must pass through this test. India civil service exam is considered to be one of the difficult, most rigorous and very competitive. These exams are based on exams taken by British government in India before independence. It is said to be the very competitive because its success rate is 0.1% of total no. of applicants who opts for exams. This exam is generally a three phased system through which a candidate must pass viz.

1. A basic qualifying test is conducted once in every year.
2. Main exam is conducted mostly in October or November.
3. Those who pass main exam, has to undergo interview and depending upon their interview they get selected for service.

Results of these exams are declared at the time of basic exam of next year. Those who want to serve in India Foreign Service or India administrative services, have to secure higher ranks (among first 50). We will see example of result of exam conducted in 2006. Total 400,000 applicants opted for exam for 500vacancies in Indian government. Out of those 400,000, only 7500 applicants passed through the first phase and were eligible for main exam.

The preliminary exam is conducted for total 24 subjects. Some of them are listed – Agriculture, Botany, Chemistry, Commerce, Law…..etc.

After passing this exam candidate has to opt for some of these subject for main exam. Subject which are mandate for main exam are General studies, Essay, English qualifying, Indian language and some other subjects are Physics, Statistics, Zoology and languages like Oriya, Pali, Persian are optional. Basically a candidate has to give exam for nine papers. First paper contains Indian language in which a candidate can choose any Indian language out of 22 options. Second paper is English qualifying paper. Third paper is entirely based on Essays. Then two papers are conducted on general information. And rest remaining papers are optional i.e. a candidate has to choose two subjects (Two papers each).

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  1. Being in the bureaucracy of India is like a dream come true. Thus, in order to be a part of this highly des ignited post, one will have to go through an entrance examination conducted by a special panel of bureaucrats of India. The examination is called Union Public Service commission UPSC. This examination is a gateway to many government high level jobs and designation. The posts that are given after one successfully clear this examination have respect which is beyond anyone’s expectations and imaginations. That is the reason why almost every individual of India has a dream of clearing this examination and being a part of this renounced job.

    This particular entrance examination is divided in to two parts. One is the mains and the other one is prelims. The candidates are selected for the mains only after they clear the prelims examination. Thus, the prelims are the chief and the primary examination in which maximum short listing is done.

    Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) conducts Civil Services Examinations for various Government jobs in the country. Civil Services include 23 services of Government of India and Union Territories. The most aspired services are the Indian Foreign Service(IFS), Indian Administrative Service(IAS), Indian Police Service(IPS) etc. The preliminary examinations for Civil services exam is conducted in a number of cities throughout the country.

    Civil Services Exam is conducted every year by UPSC in two rounds: Preliminary & Mains. Those who qualify in the preliminary round are called for mains examination. Preliminary Exam consists of a written exam while Mains exam consists of a written exams as well as Interview. Getting through Civil Services Examination is considered really prestigious as a very large number of candidates apply for Civil Services exam for a limited number of posts and getting through is really tough.

    Various Civil Services in which recruitment is made:

    • Indian Administrative Service

    • Indian Foreign Service

    • Indian Police Service

    • Indian P&T Accounts & Finance Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Audit and Accounts Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Revenue Service (Customs and Central Excise), Group ‘A’

    • Indian Defence Accounts Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Revenue Service (I.T.), Group ‘A’

    • Indian Ordnance Factories Service, Group ‘A’ (Assistant Works Manager, Non-technical)

    • Indian Postal Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Civil Accounts Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Railway Traffic Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Railway Accounts Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Railway Personnel Service, Group ‘A’

    • Post of Assistant Security Officer in Railway Protection Force, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Defence Estates Service, Group ‘A’

    • Indian Information Service (Junior Grade), Group ‘A’

    • Indian Corporate Law Service, Group ‘A’

    • Armed Force Headquarters Civil Service, Group ‘B’ (Section Officer’s Grade)

    • Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group ‘B’

    • Delhi, Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Lakhadweep, Daman & Diu and Dadra & Nagar Haveli Civil Service, Group ‘B’

    • Pondicherry Civil Service, Group ‘B’

    • Pondicherry Police Service, Group ‘B’

    Eligibility Criteria:

    A candidate should have a degree from a recognized institute/university or an equivalent qualification. Also a candidate should be between 21 and 30 years of age as on 1st August, 2011. Relaxation in age limit is given to various reserved categories.

    Important date:

    • Release of Notification: 2011

    • Last date of submission of application form: 1st week of February, 2011

    • Date of Examination: third or last week of May, 2011

    Important Dates:

    • Last date for submission of application form: last of January or beginning of February, 2011.

    • Date of Preliminary Examination of Civil Service Examination: third or last week of May, 2011.

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  2. Availability of Application Forms:

    All UPSC Exams have a common form where a candidate has to choose the exam he/she has applied for. UPSC forms are available in various designated post offices throughout the country. Candidates have to fill the application forms according to the instructions given in the admission notification released in newspapers.

    Pattern of Preliminary Examination:

    There will be 2 papers consisting of multiple choice questions.:

    Paper 1:General Studies-150 marks

    Paper 2:Optional Subject-450 marks

    Optional Subject is to be chosen from a list of optional subjects given below. Detailed syllabus for both the papers is given in the following link:Syllabi for the Examination. There will be 4 options to each question. There will be a penalty of 1/3rd marks for an incorrect answer.

    List of optional subjects for Preliminary Examination:

    Agriculture

    Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science

    Botany

    Chemistry

    Civil Engineering

    Commerce

    Economics

    Electrical Engineering

    Geography

    Geology

    Indian History

    Law

    Mathematics

    Mechanical Engineering

    Medical Science

    Philosophy

    Physics

    Political Science

    Psychology

    Public Administration

    Sociology

    Statistics

    Zoology

    Contact details:

    Union Public Service Commission,

    Dholpur House, Shahajahan Road,

    New Delhi-110069

    Website: www.upsc.gov.in



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  3. Dear Civil Service aspirants,

    Change has a considerable psychological impact on the human mind. To the fearful it is threatening because it means that things may get worse. To the hopeful it is encouraging because things may get better. To the confident it is inspiring because the challenge exists to make things better.

    Recently we received lots of enquiries about the proposed change in the Civil Services Preliminary Examination. Many future aspirants are eager to know about the changing examination pattern and require clarification on, whether the proposed change will be easier or difficult. I wish to throw some light on the possible changing pattern of Civil Service Examination.

    Aspirants for the civil services will be facing a different pattern of examination from next year (2011). Since the government has approved a proposal to introduce an aptitude test in place of the existing optional subject paper in the civil service preliminary exam to shortlist candidates for the main exam. Currently all the candidates will have to attempt two papers with a General Studies Paper and the other one is the Optional paper in which the candidate will have to select one subject among the 23 subjects listed by UPSC. After giving effect to the proposed change in the Preliminary examination in 2011, Candidates will have to appear in two objective-type papers, which will be a General Studies Paper and the other one will be the General Aptitude Paper. The Aptitude paper will replace the previously existing Optional subject paper. On effecting this model, Civil Services Preliminary Examination will be called as Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT).

    This change will be effective only for the Preliminary examination and the Main examination will remain unchanged until a expert committee gives a detailed report for changing it.

    Now, lets compare the features of the Civil Services Preliminary Examination and Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) to have a better understanding on the proposed new pattern

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  4. UPSC 2011 Exam Schedule

    Programme of UPSC Examinations to be held in the year 2011

    Combined Defence Services (CDS) Examination, 2011
    Date of Notification/Last date for receipt of applications: 25.09.2010/25.10.2010
    Date of Commencement of examination and its duration: 13.02.2011(One day)
    The online application can be filled up to 25th October, 2010 till 11.59 p.m. after which the link will be disabled
    Minimum academic qualifications prescribed:
    (i) For IMA and OTA: Degree of a recognised University or equivalent.
    (ii) For Naval Academy: B.Sc. (with Physics & Mathematics at 10+2 level) or Bachelor of Engineering.
    (iii) For Air Force Academy: Degree of a recognised University (with Physics and Mathematics at 10+2 level) or Bachelor of Engineering.

    CDS Exam Previous Years Solved Question Papers new

    UPSC Combined Medical Services Examination, 2011
    Date of Notification/Last date for receipt of applications: 11.09.2010/18.10.2010
    Date of Commencement of examination and its duration: 16.01.2010 (One day)
    Minimum academic qualifications prescribed: M.B.B.S. Degree
    Age Limits: Below 32 years as on 01.01.2011
    Remarks: Candidates appearing at the final M.B.B.S. Examination also eligible to compete subject to certain conditions. Selected candidates will be appointed only after they have completed compulsory rotating internship. >> Details

    Remarks: Candidates appearing at the degree or equivalent examination also eligible to compete subject to certain condition

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