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    UPSC Coaching.

    Preparation for the UPSC exam which is considered to be the most challenging exam in the country takes a lot more than just watching recorded sessions or YouTube videos.

    Course Highlights.

    The UPSC Exam

    IAS as a Career

    The IAS (Indian Administrative Service) is considered one of the most prestigious job profile in the country. There are 24 services offered through the Civil Services Exam, such as IAS (Indian Administrative Service), IPS (Indian Police Service), IFS (Indian Foreign Service), IRS (Indian Revenue Service), among others.

    What is the UPSC?

    Union Public Service Commission is a body created under the Constitution of India, which conducts Civil Services Examination (CSE). This constitutional body is entrusted with selecting the topmost bureaucrats in India.

    Eligibility for UPSC Exam

    The educational qualification needed to appear in UPSC Civil Services Exam is a Graduation Degree in any subject recognized by UGC.

    Age Limit for UPSC Exam

    The Minimum Age to appear in UPSC Civil Services Exam is 21 years as on 1st August of that year. Upper Age limit for General Category is 32 Years, for OBC it is 35 Years while for SC/ST it is 37 years.

    UPSC Exam Pattern

    The UPSC exam is divided into 3 stages – Prelims, Mains Examination & Personality Test (Interview).

    UPSC Exam Scheme

    Preliminary Examination

    CompulsoryTopic/SubjectsNo. of QuestionsDuration of the TestMaximum Marks
    General Studies I Geography, Polity, Economy, History, Environmental Ecology, General Science and Current Affairs 1002 Hrs 200
    General Studies II (CSAT)Comprehension, Logical Reasoning and General Mental Ability 802 Hrs 200

    * This exam is of qualifying nature.

    Main Examination

    Serial NumberPaperSubjectDuration of the Test Maximum Marks
    Paper I Essay Writing Essay Writing 3 Hrs 250
    Paper II General Studies I Indian Heritage & Culture, History & Geography of the World & Society 3 Hrs 250
    Paper III General Studies II Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice & International Relations 3 Hrs 250
    Paper IV General Studies III Technology, Economic Development, Bio-Diversity, Environment, Security & Disaster Management 3 Hrs 250
    Paper V General Studies IV Ethics, Integrity & Aptitude 3 Hrs 250
    Paper VI Optional Subject Paper I 3 Hrs 250
    Paper VII Optional Subject Paper II 3 Hrs 250
    Paper VIII EnglishQualifying 3 Hrs 300*
    Paper IX Scheduled Language Qualifying 3 Hrs `300*

    * This exam is of qualifying nature.


    Personality Test 275
    25 Subjects and 23 languages are offered by UPSC as Optional Subjects.
    Final Selection is done on the basis of merit list calculated out of 2025 Marks from Mains + Personality Test.
    Marks of Qualifying Papers are not counted for final selection.

    * This exam is of qualifying nature.

    Rank List of UPSC

    Rank List is prepared based on total marks obtained in the Seven Papers of Main Exam and the Marks of the Personality Test. (i.e. 1750 Marks from 7 Papers + 275 Marks for Personality Test = 2025 Total Marks)


    Number of attempts permissible for a general category candidate in UPSC Civil Services Exam is 6, for OBC candidates the number of attempts permitted is 9, SC/ST category will have unlimited attempts till they attain the upper age limit to appear for UPSC Civil Service Exam.

    Important Dates for UPSC Exam

    Notification and Form filling for Prelim Exam with UPSC - FebruaryMarch
    Date of Prelim Exam - May/JuneDeclaration of Main Results - January/February
    Result of Prelim Exam - August/September Personality Test - March/April
    Commencement of Exam - OctoberDeclaration of Final Merit List - May

    List of Services - UPSC Posts

    The 3 Types of Civil Services

    The UPSC CSE Exam. Considered as the most prestigious exam in India.

    1. Indian Administrative Service (IAS)
    2. India Police Service (IPS)
    3. Indian Forest Service (IFoS)
    1. Indian Foreign Service (IFS)
    2. Indian Audit and Accounts Service (IAAS)
    3. Indian Civil Accounts Service (ICAS)
    4. Indian Corporate Law Service (ICLS)
    5. Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS)
    6. Indian Defence Estates Service (IDES)
    7. Indian Information Service (IIS)
    8. Indian Ordnance Factories Service (IOFS)
    9. Indian Communication Finance Services (ICFS)
    10. Indian Postal Service (IPoS)
    11. Indian Railway Accounts Service (IRAS)
    12. Indian Railway Personnel Service (IRPS)
    13. Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS)
    14. Indian Revenue Service (IRS)
    15. Indian Trade Service (ITS)
    16. Railway Protection Force (RPF)
    1. Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service
    2. DANICS
    3. DANIPS
    4. Pondicherry Civil Service
    5. Pondicherry Police Service

    Centres for UPSC Exam

    (A)(i) Centres for Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination: The Examination will be held at the following Centres:

    Agartala Gorakhpur Patna
    Agra Gurugram Port Blair
    AjmerGwaliorPrayagraj (Allahabad)
    AhmedabadHyderabad Puducherry
    AizawalImphal Pune
    Anantpur (Andhra Pradesh) Itanagar Rajkot
    Aurangabad JabalpurRanchi
    Barelly JammuShillong
    Bhopal JodhpurShimpla
    Bilaspur Jorhat Siligudi
    ChennaiKohima Thane
    Cuttack Kozhikode (Calicut) Tiruchirapalli
    Dehradun LehTirupati
    DelhiLucknow Udaipur
    DispurMadurai Vellore
    GayaNagpur Warangal
    Gautam Buddh Nagar Navi Mumbai
    GhazibadPanaji (Goa)

    Government strives to have a workforce which reflects gender balance and women candidates are encouraged to apply.

    (A)(ii) Centres for Civil Services (Main) Examination:

    Aizawal Dispur (Guwahati) Prayagraj (Allahabad)
    Bengaluru HyderabadRaipur
    Cuttack Lucknow Thiruvananthapuram
    Dehradun MumbaiVijayawada