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BREAKING: UPSC Civils Preliminary Examination 2024 Delayed

BREAKING: UPSC Civils Preliminary Examination 2024 Delayed

UPSC Civils Preliminary Examination 2024 Postponed because of Lok Sabha elections; new date revealed. The Union Public Service Commission rescheduled UPSC CSE 2024 to June 16 due to the Lok Sabha elections.

The prestigious UPSC Civil Services Examination 2024 prelims exam has been postponed. There have been changes in the preliminary examination dates (prelims) in the wake of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections across the country. To this extent, an announcement was issued on Tuesday (March 20) rescheduling the exam.

According to the previous announcement, the commission will hold the prelims exam on May 26. New Delhi, March 20: The prestigious Civil Services Examination 2024 prelims exam conducted by Civils Preliminary Examination 2024 Postponed in light of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

UPSC Preliminary Examination 2024 Postponed

Due to the national electoral schedule, the dates for the preliminary examination (prelims) have been adjusted to accommodate the election period. An official announcement was made on Tuesday (March 20) regarding the rescheduling of the exam dates.

The UPSC Civils Preliminary Examination 2024 Postponed the exam date for May 26 before deciding to postpone it to June 16. This change in schedule affects not only the Civil Services Examination but also the Indian Forest Service exam, both of which are now rescheduled to June 16.

After the announcement by the Election Commission on Saturday regarding the schedule for the 18th Lok Sabha elections from April 19 to June 1, adjustments have been made to the examination timetable. The Commission has decided to postpone the Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination – 2024 due to the overlapping dates with the general election schedule.

An official notification has been issued by the Commission stating that not only the Civil Services (Preliminary) examination has been rescheduled, but also the Indian Forest Service Examination 2024 screening test date has been pushed from May 26, 2024, to June 16, 2024.

The selection process involves three stages:

  • Preliminary Exams
  • Mains Exams
  • Personality Test

The preliminary exam comprises objective-type questions, with candidates who score above the cutoff marks qualifying for the main exam in 2024. The UPSC Civils Main Exams are scheduled to take place over five days starting from September 20. Furthermore, IAS and IPS preliminary written exams are planned to be conducted in two shifts.

The General Studies paper is scheduled for the morning session, followed by the Civil Services Aptitude Test (CSAT) in the afternoon session. The GS paper will be held in the morning from 9:30 to 11:30 am, and in the afternoon from 2:30 pm to 4:30 pm. The commission will release the preliminary admit card at least 10 days before the exam date.

Aspirants can acquire their Union Public Service Commission Prelims Hall Ticket 2024 from the official website by entering their registration number, roll number, or date of birth. This year, Union Public Service Commission has announced a total of 1056 vacancies for the CSE exam and 150 vacancies for the Indian Forest Service (IFoS).

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How many exams are in UPSC?

UPSC, the Union Public Service Commission, administers around fourteen examinations, with the precise count subject to the commission’s discretion. Annually, UPSC conducts a variety of significant exams, including the Engineering Services Examination, Civil Services Examination, and Indian Forest Service Examination, among others. These exams sevice as gateways to prestigious career opportunities in the government sector, attracting a wide array of aspirants from diverse educational backgrounds.

Who is eligible for the UPSC exam?

For the IAS exam, candidates are required to possess a Graduate Degree from a recognized University. When it comes to the Union Public Service Commission Exam, the age limit dictates that candidates should be at least 21 years old and not exceed 32 years of age. Specifically for the General Category and EWS applicants, the upper age limit is set at 32 years with a maximum of 6 attempts allowed.

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