Union Public Service Commission – Requirements 2020
Union Public Service Commission has Recently Recently Invited Application for the Post of Civil Service IAS (796 Posts). Those Candidate who are interested and meets the eligibility criteria can apply for it. Read Notification to know more about this post and before apply.
Post Date : 12 Feb 2020
Post Update Date : #
Advertisement No. : 05-06/2020 CSP
Online Application Start Date: 12 Feb 2020
Registration Last Date : 03 Mar 2020
Fee Payment Last Date : 03 Mar 2020
Exam Date : Notified Soon
Admit Card Available : Notified Soon
Gen/OBC/EWS/Other State : Rs. 100/-
SC/ST/Women : Rs. 0/-
Note – Candidate can pay the exam fee through online (debit card / credit card / net banking / etc.) or can pay the exam fee through offline e-Challan.
Age Limit as on 01/01/2020
Min. Age : 21 Yrs.
Max. Age : 32 Yrs.
Age Relaxation Extra as per Rules. Read the Notification for Age Relaxation.
Latest Jobs – Eligibility Details
Candidates have Bachelor Degree in Any Stream from Recognized University.
Read the attached Notification in this post for more details.
Vacancy Details : Total Posts 796
Latest Jobs – Useful Links
How to Apply
- All Interested Candidates can Apply Online from above mentioned links inside “Useful Links” Section between given Date Range inside “Important Dates” Section.
- Read Notification to know more about the requirements before Apply.
- Kindly Fill Your Basic Details and Upload Your Photo, Sign, ID Proof and Other Required Documents.
- Check Your full Details Preview Before Submitting the Application Form.
- Pay Required Application Fee to Complete Form. If Fees are Asked.
- Take a Print Out before Submitting the Final Form for Future Reference.
About Union Public Service Commission
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) is a constitutional body established by the Constitution of India to conduct examinations for the appointment of public service officers of the Government of India. Under Part-14 of the Constitution, Articles 315-323 provide for the formation of a Federal Public Service Commission and a State Public Service Commission for the states.
Its founding began on those days in 1919 when the then English rulers accepted the need for autonomous governance for India. A practical expression of this sentiment is found in the Indian Government Legislation of 1919. It contained the legislation for the establishment of a Public Service Commission, for whose services there would be recruitment of office bearers, control of public services of India and such other duties which would be directed by the Secretary of Council of India. But that commission was not established immediately. In 1923, under the leadership of Lord Lee, a Royal Commission was appointed, which was to present views and details on the services of India Higher. That Commission, in its 24 March 1926 statement, immediately emphasized the need to establish that Public Service Commission, which was indicated in the 1919 legislation. It was proposed that the following four main functions of the said commission would be:
(1) Recruitment of employees for public services.
(2) Legislation and proper fixation of the qualifications of persons entering the services
(3) To protect the rights of services and to provide control and discipline, which is almost a function of the law.
(4) To advise and permit service related problems in general.