60 Days Preparation Strategy for SSC CGL: Get Details Here

60 Days Preparation Strategy for SSC CGL: Every year Staff Selection Commission (SSC) conducts the Combined Graduate Level (CGL) Exam for the recruitment of Grade “B” and “C” category posts in various Central Government Ministries, Departments. The exam is held in 4 Tiers. While the first two tiers are online the latter two are offline exams. Candidates needs to qualify each stage of the SSC CGL exam to proceed to the next one, before being finally selected for the post.

SSC Combined Graduate Level Exam is one of the biggest examinations to be conducted for graduate level students in India. SSC CGL 2021 is a great opportunity for students looking forward for a position in the reputed organizations under the central government.

SSC CGL 2020-21:  Important Dates

SSC CGL 2021: Important Dates
Activity Tentative Dates
Notification  Date 29th December 2020
Online Application Date 29th December 2020 -31st January, 2021
SSC CGL Tier-I Application Status May 2021
SSC CGL Tier-I Admit Card May 2021
SSC CGL 2021 Tier-I Exam Date May 29 to June 7, 2021 (CBE)
SSC CGL Tier-I Result July 2021
SSC CGL 2021 Tier-II Exam Date To be announced
SSC CGL 2021 Tier-III Exam Date To be announced
SSC CGL Tier-IV Exam Date To be announced

SSC CGL 2020-21 Syllabus

In SSC CGL 2020-21 Preliminary Exam questions are asked from the following subjects General Awareness, Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude and English Language. You need to prepare these subjects thoroughly to clear the SSC CGL Exam.

General Intelligence and Reasoning General Awareness Quantitative Aptitude English Comprehension
Classification Static General Knowledge (Indian History, Culture etc.) Simplification, HCF and LCM, Average, profit and loss Reading Comprehension
Analogy Science Simple Interest and Compound Interest Fill in the Blanks
Coding-Decoding Current Affairs Algebra, Numbers Spellings
Word Formation Sports Percentage, Time and Work, Time, Speed and Distance Phrases and Idioms
Matrix Books and Authors Ratio and Proportion, Problem on Ages One word Substitution, jumbled Sentences
Important Schemes Trigonometry, Triangles, Geometry, Surface Area and Statistics Sentence Correction and completion

60 Days Preparation Strategy for SSC CGL

Below, we have provided the 60 days preparation strategy  to crack SSC CGL exam in your first attempt.

Day Mathematics Reasoning English General
Studies
Time
allocation
4
Hours
2
Hours
2
Hours
3
Hours
1 Geometry
– Lines & Angles
Noun Physical
Geography of Earth
2 Geometry
-Triangles
Pronoun Physical
Geography of Earth
3 Geometry
– Circles &, Quadrilaterals
Coding-Decoding Physical
Geography of India
4 Mensuration
Plain Figures
Coding-Decoding Adjectives,
using suitable forms of adjectives.
Physical
Geography of India
5 Mensuration
Plain Figures
Articles Physical
Geography of India
6 Divisibility
& Remainders
Directions
Sense
Economic
Geography- Metals/ Minerals/Transport
7 LCM
And HCF
Directions
Sense
Prepositions,
Conjunctions and Interjection
Human
Geography- Census, Population
8 Simplification Missing
Series
Verbs Economics
9 Surds
And Indices
Missing
Series
Auxiliary
and Modals
Economics
10 Roots,
Squares & Cubes
Analogy
Test
Economics
11 Algebra Adverbs
and its types and usage
12 Algebra Reading
Comprehension & Idioms & Phrases
13 Algebra Blood
relations
Reading
Comprehension & Idioms & Phrases
Modern
History starting From 1857 Revolt
14 Problem
on Numbers & Ages
Blood
relations
Modern
History- Indian National Congress & Revolutionary Activities
15 Allegation
& Mixture
Syllogism Tenses Modern
History- Gandhi Era NCM/CDM/QIM
16 Averages Syllogism Tenses Modern
History- Resolutions, Cabinet Mission, Constituent Assembly and GOI acts.
17 Ratio,
Proportion &Partnership
Syllogism Ancient
History
18 Problem
On Trains
Input-Output
Analysis
Active
and Passive voice
Ancient
History
19 Problem
On Boat & Stream
Input-Output
Analysis
Active
and Passive voice
Medieval
History
20 Time
And Work
Inequalities Active
and Passive voice
Medieval
History
21 Pipes
And Cisterns
Inequalities Medieval
History
22 Percentage Number
Ranking
Direct
& Indirect Speech
Culture/
Religion
23 Profit
& Loss
Number
Ranking
Direct
& Indirect Speech-
Culture
24 SI
& CI
Statement
and Conclusions
Polity-
Framing of Constitution, Sources, Schedules.
25 Permutation
& Combination
Para-Jumbled Polity:
Fundamental Rights/Duties
26 Permutation
& Combination
Statement
and Conclusions
Para-Jumbled Polity-
President/ Governor, Vice-President, Emergency
27 Probability Polity-
Parliament and Committees, Bodies
28 Probability Assumptions
and Directions
Revise
the whole grammar topics & start errors.
Polity-
Supreme Court/High Court, Writs
29 Trigonometry Error
Correction/ Sentence Improvement
Polity-
Panchayat, Amendments
30 Trigonometry Assumptions
and Directions
Error
Correction/ Sentence Improvement
Polity-
New Bills
31 Trigonometry Biology
32 Heights
and Distances
Puzzles Error
Correction/ Sentence Improvement
Biology
33 Heights
and Distances
Error
Correction/ Sentence Improvement-
Biology
34 Mensuration
Solid Figures
Computer
and Mobile Technology
35 Mensuration
Solid Figures
Puzzles Antonyms
& Synonyms
Physics
36 Coordinate
Geometry
Puzzles Antonyms
& Synonyms
Physics
37 Coordinate
Geometry
Puzzles One
Word Substitution
Physics
38 Data
Interpretation
Revision One
Word Substitution
Chemistry
39 Data
Interpretation
Revision Cloze
Test
Chemistry
40 Data
Interpretation
Revision Cloze
Test
Chemistry
41 Revision Revision Revision
42 Revision Revision Revision International
Organisations
43 Revision Revision Revision
44 Revision Revision Revision Current
Affairs
45 Revision Revision Revision Current
Affairs
46 Revision Revision Revision Current
Affairs
47 Revision Revision Revision Current
Affairs
48 Revision Revision Revision Revision
49 Revision Revision Revision Revision
50 MOCK
TEST
51 MOCK
TEST
52 MOCK
TEST
53 MOCK
TEST
54 MOCK
TEST
55 MOCK
TEST
56 MOCK
TEST
57 MOCK
TEST
58 MOCK
TEST
59 MOCK
TEST
60 MOCK
TEST

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INS Karanj, Third Kalvari class Submarine commissioned: Key points

INS Karanj, Third Kalvari class Submarine commissioned:  Indian Navy’s third stealth Scorpene class Submarine INS Karanj has been commissioned today at the Naval Dockyard Mumbai through a formal commissioning ceremony.  Admiral VS Shekhawat PVSM, AVSM, VrC (Retd), former Chief of the Naval Staff, who was part of the commissioning crew of the old Karanj and later the Commanding officer during the 1971 Indo – Pak war, was the Chief Guest for the ceremony. Six Scorpene Class submarines are being built in India by the Mazagon Dock Shipbuilders Limited (MDL) Mumbai, under collaboration with M/s Naval Group, France. INS Karanj would form part of the Western Naval Command’s Submarine fleet and would be another potent part of the Command’s arsenal.

Admiral Karambir Singh, Chief of the Naval Staff, and other senior officers from the Indian Navy and MoD were amongst the several dignitaries who witnessed the commissioning ceremony.  Crew of the erstwhile ‘Karanj’, a Russian origin Foxtrot Class Submarine which was decommissioned in 2003 were also special invitees for the ceremony. During his address, the CNS said “this impetus to Indigenisation & AatmaNirbharBharat is a fundamental tenet of Indian Navy’s growth story and future operational capabilities”.

The Chief Guest Admiral Shekhawat also highlighted India’s push towards AatmaNirbharta by saying “we live in an India launching numerous satellites, building nuclear submarines, manufacturing vaccines for the worlds – the new Karanj is another example of it”

This year is being celebrated as the ‘Swarnim Vijay Varsh’ which marks 50 years of 1971 Indo – Pak war. Old INS Karanj, commissioned on 04 Sep 1969 at Riga in the erstwhile USSR, also took active part in the conflict under the Command of then Cdr VS Shekhawat. In recognition of the valiant action of her officers and crew, a number of personnel were decorated, including award of Vir Chakra to the then Commanding Officer Cdr VS Shekhawat. Interestingly, the commissioning Commanding Officer of the old INS Karanj Cdr MNR Samant later on became the first Chief of The Naval Staff of the newly formed Bangladesh Navy in the year 1971.

The Scorpene Submarines are one of the most advanced conventional submarines in the world. These platforms are equipped with the latest technologies in the world. More deadly and stealthier than their predecessors, these submarines are equipped with potent weapons and sensors to neutralise any threat above or below the sea surface.

The induction of Karanj is another step towards the Indian Navy, consolidating its position as a builder’s Navy, as also is a reflection of MDL’s capabilities as a premier ship and submarine building yard of the world. Project – 75 also marks a critical milestone in the Yard’s continued importance in the field of Defence Production

Source: PIB

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Bihar Police Constable Admit Card Out: Direct link to Download

Bihar Police Constable Admit Card Out: Central Selection Board of Constable (CSBC) Bihar has recently announced the Vacancies for the Posts of Constable in Bihar Police. The Total Number of Vacancies for the Posts of Constable is 8415 Posts. The Process of Submission of Online Applications for these Constable posts was started on the 13th of November, 2020, and the Last date to apply was the 14th of December, 2020. The Central Selection Board of Constable has released the admit card for which the exam will be held on14th March 2021 and 21st March 2021.

CSBC Bihar 2021: Important Dates

Recruitment Organisation Central Selection Board of Constable (CSBC) Bihar
Name of Post Constable
No. of Vacancy 8415 Posts
Selection Process Written Test
PET / PMT
Exam Date 14.03.2021 (Sunday) & 21.03.2021 (Sunday)
Application Submission Start Date 13.11.2020
Last Date to Apply Online 14.12.2020
Admit Card Releasing Date 24th February 2021

CSBC Bihar  Admit CardCandidates can download their Admit Cards from the official website of CSBC Bihar. The CSBC  has released the exam dates and Bihar Police admit card on their official Website which is given below.

CSBC Bihar 2021: Selection Process

  1. Written Test
  2. PET / PMT

CSBC Bihar 2021: Exam Pattern

  • The written test will be multiple choice objective type with 100 questions.
  • 01 marks will be allotted for each correct answer. So the test will be of 100 marks and negative marking of 0.20 for each wrong answer.
  • The time duration for the exam will be 02:00 hours (120 minutes).
  • There is a physical Efficiency Test of 100 Marks.
  • Minimum 30 % Marks are compulsory in the written examination.
  • The final Merit list will be made on the basis of the Physical Efficiency Test. Written examination marks will not be considered in the final merit list

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AFCAT 1 2021 Result Out: Check here

AFCAT 1 2021 Result Out:  AFCAT 1 2021 result has been declared by the Indian Air Force on their official website. AFCAT 1 2021  was conducted in the third week of February. This year Indian Air Force had declared 235 vacancies for both flying and ground duty and AFCAT is the only way to get selected for these posts.

AFCAT 1 2021 Cut off

  • AFCAT Cut Off- 165 Marks
  • EKT Cut Off- 30 Marks

Steps To Check AFCAT 1 2021 Result.

Step 1: AFCAT 2021 result is available online at www.afcat.cdac.in

Step 2: Click on the “candidate login”.

Step 3: The candidate needs to fill up his login credentials- email id and password to access the AFCAT Result.

Step 4: Now click on the link “AFCAT 1 2021 Result” and the result page will be displayed on your computer screen.

Step 5: Download the result for your future reference.

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Details of Defence Budget 2020-21: Key points with Analysis

Modernisation of Armed Forces is a systematic process carried out as per the Defence Procurement Procedure (DPP)/ Defence Acquisition Procedure (DAP). The modernisation process aims at keeping the Indian Armed Forces in state of operational readiness and optimally equipped with modern weapon systems. The budget allocation for modernisation of defence equipment is utilized to meet the operational requirement of the Armed Forces and for acquisitions of contemporary systems based on the planned priorities of the Defence Forces. DPP/DAP accords highest priority to Buy Indian (Indigenously Designed, Developed and Manufactured) (IDDM). Government has put in place enablers to achieve higher level of the indigenization and self-reliance in the defence sector by harnessing the capabilities of the public and private sector industries in the country.

The Details of Budget Estimates 2020-21, Revised Estimate 2020-21 and Budget Estimate 2021-22 on the Modernisation (Capital Acquisition) of Armed Forces, under Defence Service Estimate (DSE) is as under:

(Value in Rs. crore)

  Budget Estimates

2020-21

Revised Estimates

2020-21

Budget Estimates

2021-22

Capital Acquisition

(Modernisation)

90,047.80 1,14,320.30 1,11,463

 

During last five financial year (2015-16 to 2019-20) and current year (upto January 2021), 304 contracts were signed. Out of total 304 contracts, 190 contracts have been signed with Indian vendors for capital procurement of defence equipment for Armed Forces.

In May, 2001, the Defence Industry sector, which was hitherto reserved for the public sector, was opened up to 100% for Indian private sector participation, with Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) up to 26% both subject to licensing. Further, Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade, Ministry of Commerce & Industry vide Press Note No. 4 (2020 Series), has allowed FDI under automatic route upto 74% and above 74% through government route wherever it is likely to result in access to modern technology or for other reasons to be recorded. In addition, 44 FDI proposals / Joint Ventures have been approved so far in defence sector for manufacturing of various defence equipments. FDI inflows of over Rs. 4191 crores have been reported by the defence and aerospace sector till January, 2021.

In addition, following provisions have been made in Defence Acquisition Procedure(DAP) -2020 for tie-ups with foreign companies for manufacture of defence equipment in the country:-

  1. Under Buy and Make (Indian) category, Indian vendor(s) can tie-up with a foreign Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), for indigenous production involving transfer of technology of critical technologies.
  2. Buy(Global-Manufacture in India) category refers to an outright purchase of equipment from foreign vendors, in quantities as considered necessary, followed by indigenous manufacture of the entire/part of the equipment and spares/assemblies/sub-assemblies/maintenance along with repair and overhaul (MRO) facility(only in cases where these are part of the main contract) for the equipment, through its subsidiary in India/through a Joint Venture/through an Indian Production Agency(PA)(with ToT of critical technologies to the Indian PA), meeting a minimum of 50 % Indigenous Content (IC) on cost basis of the Base Contract price.
  3. Government has notified the ‘Strategic Partnership (SP)’ Model in May 2017, which envisages establishment of long-term strategic partnerships with Indian entities through a transparent and competitive process, wherein they would tie up with global Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to seek technology transfers to set up domestic manufacturing infrastructure and supply chains.
  4. Under the offset guidelines of DAP-2020, following avenues have been made available for discharge of offset obligations: –
  • Investment in defence manufacturing: This could be through FDI or direct investment or joint ventures or through the non-equity route for co-production, co-development and production or licensed production of defence products.
  • Investment in ToT to Indian enterprises for manufacture of eligible products.
  • Acquisition of technology through ToT to Government institutions and establishments engaged in the manufacture and/or maintenance of eligible products as listed in DAP-2020.

In order to encourage discharge of Offset obligation in investment of defence manufacturing and Transfer of Technology, higher multipliers have been assigned in the revised Offset policy under DAP-2020.

 

Following initiatives have been taken to facilitate Defence Public Sector Enterprises (DPSUs), Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) and Private Defence Players to explore business opportunities abroad:

  1. Export Promotion cell has been constituted to co-ordinate and follow-up on export related action including enquiries received from various countries and facilitate private sector and public sector companies for export promotion.
  2. Defence Attaches in Indian Missions abroad, have been mandated for export promotion of Indigenous defence products of both public and private sector. A scheme for Export promotion of Indian Defence Equipment manufactured in India has also been rolled out wherein Defence Attachés are provided financial support to promote export of indigenous defence equipment abroad.
  3. Subject to strategic and diplomatic considerations, domestically manufactured defence products are promoted through Lines of Credit/Gratis. Defence Lines of Credit (LOCs)/Gratis are extended to identified Friendly Foreign Countries (FFCs) to enable them to import Defence goods and services from India on attractive terms.
  4. Geographical countries/regions have been allocated to DPSUs/OFB for establishment of their offices in various countries to promote export of Indigenous defence platforms/equipment.
  5. An online portal has been created through which export leads received from various countries are disseminated directly to the Indian Defence Exporters who are registered on the portal.
  6. Webinars in coordination with Indian Missions abroad, DPSUs/OFB and Private Industry Associations have been organised with 15 Foreign Friendly Countries during the year 2020-21 to promote defence exports.

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First ever visit by Indian Naval Ships to the historic port city of Mongla, Bangladesh: Key Points

 

First ever visit by Indian Naval Ships to the historic port city of Mongla, Bangladesh: Key Points

First ever visit by Indian Naval Ships to the historic port city of Mongla, Bangladesh: Indian Naval Ships Sumedha, an indigenously build Offshore Patrol vessel  and Kulish, an indigenously built guided missile corvette, are scheduled to make a port call at the historic port town of Mongla in Bangladesh from 8th to 10th March 2021 to commemorate the ongoing Swarnim Vijay Varsh and reiterating the historic Indo-Bangladeshi friendship.

This is the first time that any Indian Naval Ship is visiting the port of Mongla in Bangladesh and the visit is aimed at paying homage to the Bangladeshi and Indian combatants and citizens who laid down their lives during the Liberation War of 1971, and reiterate India’s firm resolve and commitment to maintain peace, stability and good order in the region, in line with SAGAR – Security and Growth for all in the Region, as articulated by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India.

On behalf of the Chief of Naval Staff, the Commanding Officers of the ships will call on the senior Bangladesh Navy hierarchy to reaffirm Indian Navy’s solidarity and partnership with the Bangladesh Navy. Following all Covid-19 protocols, the ships’ crew will also participate in professional and cultural exchanges as well as friendly sports fixtures with their counterparts in the Bangladesh Navy, further enhancing synergy between the two navies.

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UPPSC RO ARO Notification 2020 Out: Get all Details here

UPPSC RO ARO Notification Out: Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) will be releasing the notification for the post of Review Officer (RO)/Samiksha Adhikari and Assistant Review Officer (ARO)/Sahayak Samiksha Adhikari on its official website uppsc.up.nic.in. The candidates would be able to apply for UPPSC RO ARO Recruitment 2021 from 05 March to 01 April 2021. as per the sources

A total of 337 vacancies are available of which 228 vacancies will be filled through RO/ARO General Recruitment and 109 vacancies through RO/ARO Special Recruitment.

UPPSC RO ARO Notification 2020: Important Dates

  • Starting Date of Application – 05 March 2021
  • Last Date for Submitting Exam Fee in Bank – 01 April 2021
  • Last Date of Application – 05 April 2021

UPPSC RO/ARO 2020 Vacancy Details

  • RO/ARO General Recruitment – 228 Posts
  • RO/ARO Special Recruitment – 109 Posts

UPPSC RO/ARO Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification: Candidate should possess Bachelor’s Degree. Candidates seeking to apply for UPPSC RO ARO 2021 should be a graduate and age should be between 18 years and 40 years.

Age Limit:

21 to 40 years

Selection Process for UPPSC RO/ARO 2021

The selection will be done on the basis of UPPSC RO ARO Prelims Exam 2021 and UPPSC RO ARO Mains Exam 2021.

UPPSC RO ARO Prelims Exam Pattern

There will be objective type questions. There will be two papers in this exam as follow:.

Subject No of Question Total Marks Time
General Studies (Paper I) 140 140 2 hours
General Hindi (Paper II) 60 60 1 hour
Total 200 200 3 hours

UPPSC RO ARO Mains Exam Pattern:

Subject No of Question  Marks Time Duration
General Studies 120 120 2 hours
General Hindi and Drafting (Part – 1 (Conventional)) 100 100 2 and 1/2 hours
General Hindi and Drafting (Part-2 General Vocabulary (Objective Type)) 60 60 1/2 hour
Hindi Essay 120 120 3 hours

There will be a Negative Marking of one third (0.33) Marks for each wrong answer in both exams.

How to Apply for UPPSC RO ARO 2021

The candidates can apply online on official website from 05 March to 05 April 2021.

Exam Fee:

  • General / OBC : 125/-
  • SC / ST : 65/-
  • PH : 25/-

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UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 Notification Released: 712 Vacancies Notified, Apply Online here

DSSSB Recruitment 2020 Notification Out: Apply for 1126 vacancies

DSSSB Recruitment 2020: Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board (DSSSB) has released the notification under Advertisement No.03/20 for various vacancies of Assistant Grade I, Store Keeper, Laboratory Assistant, Scientific Assistant, etc. Interested candidates can apply online from 15 March 2021 for these posts. In this article we have provided the post-wise eligibility criteria and get the direct link to apply online for the DSSSB Vacancy as per the requirement.

The official notification has been released on the official site of Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board @dsssb.delhi.gov.in. Candidates can apply online till 14th April 2021.

DSSSB Assistant Recruitment 2020: Important Dates

The important dates related to DSSSB Recruitment 2020 is given below.

Opening Date of Application: 15th March 2021
Closing Date of Application: 14th April 2021

DSSSB Recruitment 2020: Vacancy 

 

Online Applications are invited for DSSSB Recruitment 2020 to the following post under various Departments of Govt. of NCT of Delhi. A total of 1126 vacancies are released with different eligibility criteria for each post. Check out the table below for post wise.

DSSSB Assistant Recruitment 2020 Application Form

  • The candidates must apply Online only. No other mode of application shall be accepted.
  • The candidates must read the instructions carefully, which are available at http://dsssbonline.nic.in (when the candidate login for filling up of applications) before filling up the Online Application Form for the post(s) concerned.

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DSSSB Vacancy 2020: Application Fee

  • Rs 100/- (One Hundred only).
  • Women candidates and candidates belonging to Schedule Caste, Schedule Tribe, P.W.D. & Ex-serviceman category are exempted from paying an Application fee.

DSSSB Selection Process 2020

  • The selection shall be made through One Tier and Two Tier examination scheme and Skill Test wherever applicable.
  • The Examination questions will be bilingual (Hindi & English) except for the Language papers which would be in the language concerned only.
  • In Two Tier examinations, the Tier I exam to be used for shortlisting only. Selection will be made on the basis of marks obtains in the Tier II Examination.
  • Negative Marking will be applicable and a deduction of 0.25 marks will be made for each wrong MCQ answer.
  • The minimum qualifying marks for one Tier/Two Tier written examination (Objective/Descriptive Type) is as under:
    General:40%
    OBC (Delhi) :35%
    SC/ST/PH (PwD) :30%
  • Skill test / Endurance test will be taken as per the requirement of the job.

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UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 Notification Released: 712 Vacancies Notified, Apply Online here

UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 Notification Released: 712 Vacancies Notified, Apply Online here

UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 Notification Released: UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021 Notification has been released by the UPSC at its official website. Candidates who are preparing for civil services and willing to appear this year for UPSC CSE can register themselves through the online mode from the link given below from today onwards. i.e. 4 March 2021. The online applications for the same will be submitted by 24 March 2021.

A total of 712 vacancies will be recruited through this recruitment process which includes 22 vacancies reserved for Persons with Benchmark Disability Category, i.e. 5 vacancies for candidates of (a) blindness and low vision; 6 Vacancies for (b) deaf and hard of hearing; 6 Vacancies for (c) locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid attack victims and muscular dystrophy; and 5 Vacancies for (e) multiple disabilities from amongst persons under clauses (a) to (c) including deaf-blindness.

UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 Notification

Notification 712 Vacancies Notified
Notification Date Jan 21, 2021
Last Date of Submission Mar 24, 2021
Exam Date 27 June 2021
State Delhi
Organization Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Education Qualification Other Qualifications, Graduate
Functional Area Administration

UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021 Online Applications will end on 2 March 2021. The UPSC IAS Prelims 2021 would be conducted on 27 June 2021 across the country. The admit cards for the same will be uploaded in due course.

UPSC CSE 2021
UPSC CSE 2021

Important Dates:

  • Commencement of submission of the online application process for UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021: 4 March  2021
  • Last date for submission of the online application process for UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021: 24 March 2021
  • UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021 Exam Date: 27 June 2021

UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021 Vacancy Details

  • Civil Services (IAS) – to be announced

UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021 Eligibility Criteria

The candidate must hold a degree of any of the Universities incorporated by an Act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational institutions.

UPSC Civil Services IAS Prelims 2021 Age Limit – A candidate must have attained the age of 21 years and must not have attained the age of 32 years

UPSC IAS (Civil Services) 2021 Official Notification PDF – Released

UPSC IAS (Civil Services) 2021 Prelims Online Application Link

Official Website

UPSC IAS (Civil Services) Prelims 2021 Selection Criteria

The civil services exam comprises two successive stages. i.e. Prelims and Mains and Interview for the selection of candidates for the various Services and posts.

UPSC IAS Civil Services 2021 Exam Pattern

  • The Preliminary Examination will consist of two papers of Objective type (multiple choice questions) and carry a maximum of 400 marks in the subjects set out in subsection (A) of Section II.
  • The final list of the candidates will be made on the basis of qualified marks in Mains and Interview.
  • Candidates will be allotted to the various Services keeping in view their ranks in the examination and the preferences expressed by them for the various Services and posts.

How to apply for UPSC IAS (Civil Services) Prelims 2021 

  • Candidates will be able to apply for UPSC CSE Prelims 2021 through the online mode at upsc.gov.in from 4 March 2021 to 24 March.
  • The online Applications can be withdrawn from 31st March 2021 to 6th April 2021 till 6.00 PM after which the link will be disabled.
  • No request for withdrawal of candidature will, however, be entertained after the expiry of the specified period by the Commission under any circumstances.

UPSC IAS (Civil Services) Prelims 2021 Application Fee

  • Female/SC/ST/Persons with Benchmark Disability Candidates – No Fee
  • All Others – Rs. 100/-

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Vimal Was the head of an NGO. Considering the ongoing government policy against the use of plastic bags, he decided to launch a campaign for this good cause. Vimal organized team and held classes to explain the harms of plastic bags. He appraised the fact that coloured plastic bags are harmful for food. He further emphasized that plastic bags are harmful for food. He further emphasized that plastic bags are non-biodegradable. He convinced general public for not using these bags and instead make use of paper and jute bags. He told them that paper and jute bags can be recycled and can produce electricity also. His campaign was a success Vimal was happy and satisfied that he could become that part of a good cause.

 

PPDT Sample image
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Aditya was an official in a swimming club. During summer vacations,
he got several requests from the localities to learn swimming. He
approached the authorities and decided to organize a summer camp. He
advertised it and got large number of entries forms with photos. He fixed the
time and schedule. He then hired some instructors from the club and gave
them necessary instructions. He gathered the localities and told them do’s
and don’ts. He himself supervised the chlorination and change of water on
regular basis. He also managed the medical help. At the end aditya found
that people were able to swim and were happy. He was satisfied.

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