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UPSC Civil Services Recruitment 2020: Read the notification & how to apply for 796 posts

UPSC Civil Services Recruitment 2020: Read the notification & how to apply for 796 posts


UPSC Civil Services Notification 2020 is here and all the interest and eligible candidates can apply for the job. Aspirants who seek to get posted as IAS/IPS/IFS/MISC officers need to fill the application form first.

The IAS Prelims exams are slated to be conducted on May 31, 2020, while the mains will be held on September 18, 2020. The IAS application process begins from February 12 and will conclude on March 3.

UPSC Recruitment 2020: Vacancy details

Total Posts: 796

Post Name: Indian Civil Services

UPSC Recruitment 2020: Eligibility criteria

Educational qualification: Graduation from a recognized university

UPSC Recruitment 2020: Age limit

Minimum age limit is 21 years and

Maximum age limit is 32 years

UPSC Recruitment 2020: Application Fee

Candidates will have to pay Rs 100 as application fee. Those belonging to SC, ST, PwD category and females are exempted from paying any fee.

UPSC Recruitment 2020: How to apply

  1. Visit the official website upsconline.nic.in
  2. Click on the link that reads `application process for various examinations of UPSC`
    3. Click on Part 1
    4. Read all instructions and click on `yes`
    5. Enter all details required
    6. Pay the application fee
    7. Select the centre
    8. Upload your passport size photo
    9. Complete the process and proceed to the next steps 

UPSC Recruitment 2020: Important dates

Application starting date: 12 February, 2020

Last date of filing the application: 03 March, 2020 (6.00 PM)

Last date of submitting application fee: 03 March, 2020

UPSC Recruitment 2020: Important Links

Click here for official website

Click here for official notification

Click here to apply online

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