UPSC, UPSC Exams Types, LBSNAA, Eligibility for IAS, Age Limits, Syllabus and preparation

The full form of UPSC is Union Public Service Commission. upsc is considered the toughest exam in the whole world on 1 October 1926 as Public Service Commission Established, it was later reconstituted as Federal Public Service Commission by the Government of India Act 1935; only to be renamed as today’s Union Public Service Commission after the independence. Charles Cornwallis is known as ‘the Father of civil service in India’. Upsc first chairman Sir Ross Barker and now Pradeep Kumar Joshi has been the Chairman of UPSC since August 2020 also Pradeep Kumar Joshi is our honest president of upsc  Also simply referred to as the UPSC examination, it is conducted in three phases – a preliminary examination consisting of two objective-type papers (General Studies Paper I and General Studies Paper II also popularly known as Civil Service Aptitude Test or CSAT) and a main examination consisting of nine papers of conventional (essay) type, in which two papers are qualifying and only marks of seven are counted followed by a personality test or (interview) if you are crack the interview than you go to The Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) is a civil service training institute on public policy and public administration in India.

LBSNAA Campus Tour IAS Training Centre Inside Campus Virtual Tour Every IAS aspirant would know that on clearing the UPSC Civil Services Exam they would be inducted into the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA). This is a world-class institution with a mandate to produce efficient civil servants for the country. It is the first taste of the life of an IAS officer for probationers. Come with us on this virtual tour as we familiarize you with the top-notch facilities the academy offers. The LBSNAA is located at Mussoorie, a hill station in the state of Uttarakhand.  

Dive into this tour as you visit the academy, you will find spacious and well-equipped lecture halls, library, conference halls, auditorium, mess, living accommodation, sports complex, medical facilities, reprographic unit, EPABX, computer lab, a bank, a post office and internet facilities. 

LBSNAA Life is filled with learning, adventure and fun. It moulds an IAS probationer into a polished administrator, sports complex, medical facilities, reprographic unit, EPABX, computer lab, a bank, a post office and internet facilities. 

LBSNAA Life is filled with learning, adventure and fun. It Moulds an IAS probationer into a polished administrator and equips them with the necessary skills to work as an IAS officer’s aspirants can look forward to an enjoyable and fulfilling time at the LBSNAA and graduate as IAS officers

There are lots of questions on my mind Eligible criteria for UPSC? UPSC age limit? Who is eligible for UPSC exam? What is the qualification for UPSC exam? How to become an IAS officer? Can I become IAS at 30? Can a 12th pass man eligible for UPSC? Can I apply for UPSC after my 12th? Can I give CSE exam after my 12th exam? Does 12th Percentage matter in UPSC? Who can give UPSC exam? What is qualification for UPSC exam? Can a 12th fail become IAS? Which degree is best for IAS? 

As per UPSC GOVT rule the candidate must have crossed the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 32 years (for the General category candidate) on 1 August of the year of examination. Prescribed age limits vary with respect to caste reservations. For Other Backward Castes (OBC)and (SC) (ST) are the upper age limit is 35 years. 

The candidate must hold a degree from Government recognised Universities And the candidate should must an Indian citizen. 

In order to become an IAS Officer, you must apply for (CSE) Civil Services Examination exam conducted by the UPSC. and you must also crack the exam (preliminary, mains and interview) in order to get selected for the training of IAS…. So technically, 12th passed students can’t appear for this exam right after 12th you must need to pass your graduation 🎓. 

And other so many questions are also storming in my mind there are Can I start preparing for IAS after my 12th? How many years is an IAS preparing course? Can I preparation for UPSC after my class 12th Exam? Which is the highest post in UPSC? How many attempts are there in UPSC? Does UPSC reduce age limit in 2021? What is the best time to prepare for IAS UPSC Exam? What is Upsc salary? Is UPSC and IAS same? What is Upsc job? What are the jobs under UPSC? Which service is best in UPSC? What post comes under IAS? How many services are there in UPSC? UPSC jobs Salary? What are the 24 services of UPSC? What are the jobs under Upsc with salary? Which service is best in UPSC? And What is the salary after passing UPSC exam? Why Is UPSC Such a Prestigious Job? 

IAS is the permanent bureaucracy in India and forms a part of the executive branch. It is one of the three All India Services, its cadre can be employed by both the Union Government, the State Governments and public-sector undertakings. Indian Administrative Service (IAS) has been termed as one of the prestigious services among the 24 government services like IPS, IFS (Foreign), IFS (Forest), IP & TAFS, IAAS, IRS, IDAS, CMSE, IRTS, IRAS, IRPS, ITS, CAPF-AF to name a few 12 are…..Read more at:

It is A Prestigious Job Yes, yes But, even if you decide after class 12th you have to clear civil exam, it’s not too late guys. I prefer to you Hence, you can do your graduation B.A. B.SC Also, you can do post-graduation with any subject. It is a wise decision to do B.A. as it will save your time so much. and you will be able to prepare for become an IAS as there are common subjects is also there. 

For very smart aspirants, college is the best place to start preparing for IAS UPSC exams. The bachelor graduation gives us Three year and the Three years of college will give enough time to prepare very well and they who start early can reap the benefit of starting early. 

The Class 12 marks Never matter for SSC and UPSC. The eligibility for civil services is that you should hold a Bachelor’s degree from any recognised institution in respective subjects 

“The final purpose of education is not scoring marks” 

As per category 06 for (General and EWS) ; 09 (OBC); SC/ST. Central government employees are entitled to a lot of benefits apart from the salary that they earn. Some of them include pension, medical facilities, family insurance and job security. Above all, the job is revered by all the citizens for its demanding nature of service to the country. 

Indian Administrative Service Officer Pay Scale Rs. 56100 to Rs.2,50,000 per month depending on rank List of posts:  

  1. Under Secretary 
  1. Deputy Secretary  
  1. Director Joint Secretary 
  1. Additional Secretary 
  1. Cabinet Secretary 
  1. Additional District Magistrate 
  1. Joint Secretary District Magistrate 
  1. Deputy Commissioner Special Secretary  
  1. Head of Departments Secretary  
  1. Principal Secretary, 
  1. Financial Commissioner 
  1. Chief Secretary 
  1. Constitutional Authority 

There are only 24 services which come under the Civil Services Exam conducted by UPSC every year and that 24 services of UPSC are mentioned below 

There are the Assistant Superintendent of Police, Superintendent of Police, Assistant Director in Central Police Organizations Commandant in Armed Police, Senior Superintendent of police, Deputy Inspector General of Police. Best service in UPSC for 2021. 

Best UPSC motivational quotes

  • Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. – …
  • Magic is believing in yourself, if you can do that, you can make anything happen. – …
  • All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. – …
  • The secret of getting ahead is getting started. – …
  • Don’t wish it were easier.

We hope this article will rekindle the fire within you to prepare for the civil services. This is also a celebratory article for CTwT, as we complete 10 articles. We wish you all the best for your exams. Let’s Crack It. 

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