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Sunday, June 21, 2020

How to Prepare Yourself for Clearing IAS ( Indian Civil Service Competitive Exam) In 2020

Indian Civil Service 

Competitive Exam 

    Eligibility and Preparation

How to Prepare Yourself for  Clearing  IAS ( Indian Civil Service Competitive Exam) In 2020

Indian Civil Service 
 I will describe all the necessary and mandatory
points  that all the students should know .
Exam elligiblity, Exam pattern ,Age Limit etc.

So first of all I will discuss :

How to Prepare Yourself for Exam

    1. Habit of Reading 
and writing.

    2. Prepare your own /self made
    3. Thorough study is necessary

    4. It will take 2-3 years of preparation.

    5. Solve 10 years Question papers

    6. Try to read Newspaper Daily

    7. Read Monthly Magazine like
pratiyogita darpan and Comptetion success.

    8. Try to read editorail section of Newspaper
It will ellaborate your knowledge and skills.

    9. Try to prepare for Both Exams (Pre + Mains)
Do not stick on preparing only for Pre first and after  
selction in pre prepare for mains.

This is a wrong interpretation.

   10. Try to study by charts and patterns.

   11. Coaching will provide you guidance,
Your self study is the key for getting success
in this examination.

  12. Try to use Technology ie Internet.

You tube videos are available for at most all 
important topics /subjects wheteher it is 

   13.Always try to watch videos of successful
 students who have recently cracked the Exam.

    14. If you are working hard enough then 
chances of getting success increases.

    15. Do not loose Hope because if you fails 
in first attempt then be ready for next attempt.

Remember failure is the fisrt step of success.

    16. Always motivate yourself by reading motivational Books or watching Motivational
You tube channels.
    17. Read NCERT Books from class 6th to 
class 12 th.
      Basically ,social science  subjects

    So if you are following above steps No one 
stops you from getting selected.

Please watch this video 
UPSC Selected Candidate
How to answer the asked

Now I will let you describe 
in details regarding
Elligibilty and more.

Anyone who has  Graduation Degree 

from any recognized University 

by India/State Government is eligible 

for IAS Exam.

Go Through This Article from 

Begining to End .

This will Clerify all your 

doubts Regarding IAS Exam.

Indian Civil Service Competitive Exam
, (UPSC)  Union Public Service 

Commission, has  Conducted by 

Government in Two phases

1 Prelims Exam

2 Mains Exam

Anyone who has  Graduation 

Degree can Apply for IAS

After qualifying above two phases 

there is an interview conducted 

by Board (UPSC).

Now Exam pattern and syllabus has

been changed.

Many Questions have been asked 

related to General Knowledge in 

UPPSC-Pre Exam 2020.

So Lets discuss the questions asked

in UPSC -2020(Pre) Exam Held on 05 

octuber 2020.

How to Prepare Yourself for  Clearing  IAS ( Indian Civil Service Competitive Exam) In 2020

The Indian Civil Service is a civil 
service and the permanent bureaucracy
from the Government of India. 
The civil service is the backbone
of the country's administrative 

In India's parliamentary
democracy, they are 
responsible for 
running the administration, 
with representatives
 (ministers) elected by
 the public

These ministers are 
responsible to legislatures
which are elected by the
 general public on the 
basis of universal adult
Ministers are also indirectly 
responsible to the people. 
But many of the problems of modern 
administration cannot be expected 
by ministers to deal with them 

Thus ministers set policies 
and civil servants are appointed to 
carry out the policies.

Indian Civil Service Role and 
Power in Government Service

The executive decision is
 implemented by Indian
 civil servants. 
Civil servants are employees
 of the Government of India
 rather than the Indian
Civil servants also have certain 
traditional and statutory
 obligations which to some
 extent avoids the use of
 the party's political power in
Senior civil servants may be
responsible for clarification of
The civil service does not include 
government ministers (who are 
appointed at the political level), 
members of parliament, legislative
members of the legislative assembly,
the Indian armed forces, non-civil 
service police officers and local 
government officials.

The Indian Civil Service is a

civil service and permanent 

bureaucracy from the Government 

of India. 

The civil service is the backbone 
of the country's administrative
In India's parliamentary democracy, 
they are responsible for running the 
administration, with representatives 
(ministers) elected by the public. 
These ministers are responsible to 
legislatures which are elected by
the general public on the basis of 
universal adult suffrage. 
Ministers are also indirectly 
responsible to the people. 
But many of the problems of
modern administration cannot
 be expected by ministers to deal
 with them personally. 
Thus ministers set policies and 
civil servants are appointed to 
carry out the policies.
The executive decision is
 implemented by Indian civil
 servants. Civil servants are
 employees of the Government 
of India rather than the Indian
Civil servants also have certain 
traditional and statutory obligations 
which to some extent avoids the 
use of the party's political power
in power. Senior civil servants 
may be responsible for clarification
of Parliament.
The civil service does not include 
government ministers (who 
are appointed at the political 
level), members of parliament,
legislative members of the 
legislative assembly, the Indian 
armed forces, non-civil service 
police officers and local
government officials.

UPSC Civil Services Prelims 
Exam Nationality
Only Indian citizens can apply for 
Indian Administrative Service (IAS)
and Indian Police Service (IPS). 
Apart from citizens of India, the 
following can also apply for other 
    1. Citizens of Nepal or Bhutan
    2. A Tibetan refugee who came to 
India before January 1, 1962 with 
the intention of settling in India 
    3. Someone of Indian origin 
migrated from Pakistan, Burma, 
Sri Lanka, Kenya,Uganda,United 
Republic of Tanzania, 
Zambia, Malawi,Zaire, Ethiopia and 
East African countries with the 
intention of permanently settling 
in India from Vietnam.
    Note: No citizen of Nepal / Bhutan
or any Tibetan refugee can apply for 
Indian Foreign Service (IFS).

UPSC Civil Services Prelims 
Exam Age limit

The applicant must be at least 21 
years of age and not complete 32 
years by August 1 of the year in 
which they are applying. SC and 
ST candidates get 5 years relaxation 
in the age limit. 3 years for OBC 
candidates. Personnel of the 
Defense Services, who were disabled 
during a campaign in a violence-affected
area of ​​a foreigner or in a disturbed area 
within the country, and after that 3 
years for the retired candidates. 
Ex-servicemen including Commissioned 
Officers and ECOs / SSCOs who 
have served for at least five years
as of 1 August and have been retired. 
10 years relaxation for Divyang.
UPSC Civil Services Prelims 
Minimum Educational Qualification
Graduate or Graduation Third year 
students can also apply for pre-exam.
If in the third year of graduation, then
such candidates will have to give proof to pass the pre exam while applying for the main examination. 
Candidates who have passed MBBS 
or any other medical exam but have not completed the internship while applying for Civil Services Main
Exam, then they can apply. 
But they have to attach a copy 
of the certificate issued by the concerned university or institute along with the application. 
It is necessary to mention in the certificate that the candidate has passed the final of the relevant professional medical exam.

UPSC Civil Services Mains Exam
Mains Exam is Descriptive and 
You have to qualify Pre Exam 
for Appearing in the 

In the last I will provide a Short video regarding 
Final Interview Question (IAS) asked by Experts from a candidate.