Q. What is the difference between IAS and PCS?

A. IAS means Indian Administrative Services and PCS means the Provincial Civil Services. IAS is one of the three All India Services. The recruitment for IAS is done by the Union Public Service Commission. PCS is the state civil services recruited through the State Public Service Commissions.

Q. What is the educational qualification required to become a UPPSC PCS?

A. The candidate must have a Bachelors degree to fill the UPPSC exam application form. Some special posts require special educational qualification, read the UPPSC notification for full details.

Q. Is coaching necessary for cracking the UPPSC PCS Exam?

A. It is a very subjective consideration. Each candidate should assess his or her potential and weaknesses by analysing the previous year question papers and decide accordingly. abilities. The candidates should take advice from seniors, mentors and see the Toppers videos for the right strategy and plans. In case, the candidates need feels that he or she needs guidance then he or she must join the coaching.

Q. Which post in UPPCS?

A. There are several posts in the UPPSC PCS notification 2020. The most important ones are for SDM, SP, Registrar, BDO, BSA Assistant Labour Commissioner and the likes.

Q. How do I prepare for UPPCS?

A. The UPPSC PCS exam is very traditional in nature but in recent years the pattern of questions are changing. Now the candidates should focus on the current affairs and the factual information. The candidates should start preparing the basics with the NCERT Books and Daily Newspaper. Complete the NCERT of History, Geography, Economics and Sociology first and then start reading the dedicated books for each subject supplemented with the Newspaper.

Q. What is the age limit for UPPSC PCS Exam

A. UPPSC PCS is considered as one of the toughest exams in the state. The Age limit for UPPSC PCS exam is different for the different categories. It is defined as follows

The Lower Age limit is 21 years.

The Upper Age Limit is 40 years.

The age of the candidates is counted as on July 1 of the exam year.

Q. How many papers are there in the UPPSC PCS Main Exam?

A. There are 8 question papers in the UPPSC PCS main exam. All the papers are compulsory and the marks secured in all the papers are counted for the final merit.

Q. How can I apply for PCS 2020?

A. The candidates can apply in the manner given in the official notification. The UPPSC applications are accepted online and the fee can be submitted online only.

Q. Who is the Cadre Controlling Authority of PCS?

A. In all the states, there is a Personnel department which controls the transfer and posting of the state PCS officers. The head of the state personnel department is the Chief Minister of the state.

Q. When does UPPSC issue the PCS Exam Notification?

A. The UPPSC issues the UPPCS notification in February or March depending on the UPPSC calendar publish beforehand. The UPPSC conducts the PCS prelims in May or June. This year due to coronavirus pandemic, there are chances of UPPSC Prelims postponement. The scheduled date is June 21, 2020.

Q. Can State PCS Officers be promoted to IAS?

A. Yes, the State PCS Officers can be promoted to the IAS subject to certain conditions laid down by UPSC. Each year, out of the total vacancies of IAS, 33% is filled through the promotion.


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