UPSC Exam Details -UPSC CMS Exam 2021: Notification ever!

UPSC Exam Details  : The notification of Combined Medical Services Exam 2021 (UPSC CMS Exam 2021) was to be issued on 5th May 2021. But now this date has been changed.

UPSC CMS Exam 2021: Notification ever! The notification of Combined Medical Services Exam 2021 (UPSC CMS Exam 2021) was to be issued on 5th May 2021. But now this date has been changed. When will the notification be issued now?

The notification of Combined Medical Services Exam 2021 (UPSC CMS Exam 2021) was to be issued on 5th May 2021. But now this date has been changed. The commission said the notification would be issued after further orders. Candidates who want to apply for UPSC CMS Exam 2021 should visit the Commission’s website upsc.gov.in. Applications will be made through upsconline.nic.in.

UPSC CMS Exam 2021 Notification – https://bit.ly/3vJ00Ia


UPSC Exam: Pre-exam and interview preparation training

UPSC Exam Details  : The Tribal Development Department of the state government has now announced a new scheme for training in all stages from pre-examination to interview from reputed private institutes.

UPSC Exam: Training for Pre-Exam and Interview Preparation – The Tribal Development Department of the State Government has now announced a new scheme for the students of Scheduled Tribes in the State to undergo training in all stages of preparation for the Central Public Service Commission’s Civil Service Examinations from private reputed institutes. In this, 100 students will be selected and they will be able to undergo training for UPSC preparation in institutes in Delhi or Maharashtra, informed Tribal Development Minister Adv. Padvi. For this scheme, a total of Rs. 4 crore 09 lakh 06 thousand expenditure was approved.

The trainee selection process will be as follows: –
  • Applications will be invited from Scheduled Tribe candidates who are residents of the State of Maharashtra and wish to undergo training in this training institute and fulfill the above mentioned general qualifications.
  • For this, advertisements will be given in the most widely distributed dailies through the Tribal Research and Training Institute.
  • If the number of candidates is more than 100, then the question paper will be prepared on the lines of the Civil Service Examination of the Central Public Service Commission and the selection list and waiting list will be published at the Tribal Research and Training Institute level.
  • The first 100 trainees from this selection list will be selected under this scheme. If more applications are received, 100 candidates will be selected through an examination.
  • Trainees can avail this scheme only once.

Apart from this, other conditions have to be fulfilled by the selected students. The scheme will be implemented through the Commissioner, Tribal Research and Training Institute, Pune and the selection of training institutes will be done through the Tribal Research and Training Institute.


UPSC Exams Postponed – Interviews and personal tests postponed

UPSC Exam Details  : UPSC Exams postponed: UPSC has postponed several recruitment exam interviews and individual tests. A notice has been issued in this regard. Learn detailed information.

UPSC Interviews Postponed: The deteriorating situation due to corona virus infection has also affected some recruitments of the Central Public Service Commission (UPSC). UPSC has postponed interviews and personal tests for some recruits. The Commission has informed about this on its website upsc.gov.in.

As per the circular issued on Monday, April 19, 2021, the UPSC has informed that all the direct recruitment interviews and personal tests scheduled from April 20, 2021 have been postponed. The Commission will soon issue revised dates for these examinations.

Interviews for UPSC IES and UPS ISS Exam 2020 were to be conducted by the Commission from April 20 to April 23. But now they have been postponed till further orders.


UPSC Extension for Pre-Exam Training in Indian Civil Service

Maha Jyoti UPSC Pre Training Registration

UPSC Exam Details: Maha Jyoti UPSC Pre Training Registration – The Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Research and Training Institute (Mahajyoti), Nagpur is working under the Other Backward Bahujan Department of the Government of Maharashtra. Applications are invited from highly educated candidates with a university degree and above in the noncriminal income group. This application is for the Union Public Service Commission examinations to be held in 2022. The application is to be made online. Last date to apply 5 March 2021 March 31, 2021 (extension) Is.

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UPSC CGS Exam 2020 Personality Test Schedule

UPSC Exam Details  : Conducted by the Central Public Service Commission. Conducted by the Central Public Service Commission Combined Geographical Scientist Examination 2020 Of Personality test schedules have been announced. Click on the link below to download the personality test schedule.

Personality Test Schedule – https://bit.ly/3dZLfea


UPSC Exam Details  : The UPSC pre-examination will be held on June 27 by the Central Public Service Commission. If you are preparing for this exam, here are some special pre-exam tips for you.

Vaishali Singh, who came eighth in the country in UPSC exams, has given special tips for pre-exams. How did she prepare for the pre-exam, did she make any special preparations for it? Vaishali has given information about this.

Prepare from NCERT books

Vaishali Singh, who came 8th in the country in UPSC 2018 exam, said that to prepare for UPSC pre-exam, one should start from NCERT books. The pre-exam doesn’t have to ask questions from the NCRT book, but it does solidify your foundation. Most of the candidates preparing for UPSC neglect to read the books of NCERT, but after reading the books of NCERT, the application base can easily solve such questions.

Mock tests are beneficial

Vaishali further said, “Mock tests are most beneficial if you are preparing for the pre-exam. I was giving 1 mock test every day for 2 months before the exam, which helped me in the exam. ‘

Create your own notes

She also mentioned one more thing. Vaishali said, don’t forget to prepare notes while preparing for UPSC exam. Because I preferred to make notes myself, it helps to remember them as I write. You can also take notes from someone.

Source: Morning


UPSC CAPF DAF 2020: DAF application issued for the exam

UPSC Exam Details  : upsc capf daf 2020 released, here is direct link – UPSC CAPF DAF 2020: The Central Public Service Commission (UPSC) on Friday released a detailed application (DAF) for the candidates of the Central Armed Police Force (CAPF) Examination 2020 on its official website.

Candidates who have passed the written test can apply online for the UPSC CAPF exam on or before 25th February 2021 at 6 pm.

The written examination was conducted by the Commission on December 20, 2021. The results of the exam were announced on February 8, 2021. UPSC CAPF conducts examinations for selection in Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Security Force, Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and Armed Border Force (SSB).

Recruitment campaign is being organized to recruit for 209 posts. Of these, 78 vacancies are for BSF, 69 for CISF, 27 for ITBP, 22 for SSB and 13 for CRPF.


UPSC CSE Prelims 2021: Big update about UPSC pre-exam

UPSC Exam Details  : The pre-examination for the post of Chartered Officer to be conducted by the Central Public Service Commission will be held on June 27. According to the commission, the pre-examination will be held on June 27 as scheduled. And a detailed notification in this regard will be published soon on the official website of UPSC.

As usual there will be two pre-exam papers. Both these papers will be optional. Each question will be given four options. The candidate has to choose the right option out of them. This will be a total of 400 marks. One-third marks will be deducted for each wrong answer of the candidate. It is mandatory to get at least 33% marks in General Studies paper.

Paper-1 will ask questions based on 7 different topics. These will include science and technology, history and culture, geography, Indian state system, Indian economy, environment, current affairs. The cutoff list is published based on the quality of the pre-examination. Students who get a place in the cutoff may be eligible for the main exam.

Candidates who pass the main examination then reach the round of interview. The final eligible candidates are selected on the basis of both the main examination and the interview.

Meanwhile, the UPSC’s annual schedule was changed last year due to the corona virus epidemic. Some exam dates were changed. Discussions were going on about changing the dates of the exams this year as well, but it has been announced that the UPSC has decided to conduct the exams as per the annual schedule announced earlier.

Source: Morning


UPSC Exam Details  : UPSC Exam extra attempt: Central government agrees in sc to give extra attempt to upsc civil service aspirants of 2020 – There is good news for the candidates appearing for the Civil Services Exam conducted by the Central Public Service Commission (UPSC). The Central Government has agreed to give one more chance to the candidates appearing for the UPSC Civil Service Examination. The government has filed an affidavit in this regard in the Supreme Court.

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UPSC Exam Details – A candidate named Rachna Singh has filed a petition in the% B Supreme Court. The hearing on this petition has been going on for several days. The petition states that due to the Corona epidemic, many candidates could not participate in the Central Public Service Commission examinations in the year 2020. Candidates who appeared for the exam, on the other hand, could not give their full contribution due to adverse circumstances.

The petition demanded that due to the Corona epidemic, candidates who failed the UPSC civil service exam in 2020 should be given another chance. The next hearing in the case is set for Monday.

UPSC Civil Service Pre-Examination 2020 was held on 4th October 2020. Earlier in September, the apex court had directed the Center to extend the age limit for candidates appearing for the UPSC Civil Service Examination 2020 by giving them another chance. However, the central government said that doing so would create many problems.

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