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In India civil services is considered to be one of the most prestigious and rewarding career for all the aspiring students. It is ...and has been the backbone of the administrative machinery of the country for many years. The responsibility of the civil services is running the administration of India effectively and efficiently. It is believed that the administration of a vast and diverse country like India requires efficient and effective management of its natural, economic and human resources. Presently the examination for All India Services (India Administrative Services, Indian Forest Service, and Indian Police Service), is being conducted by UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) in three phases-
Stage I: Preliminary examination - This is qualifying test consists of two objective type Paper (namely C-SAT and GS) held in May/June every year. Notification for this is published in December/January. Results are published in the first half of August.
Stage II: Main examination - This is the main test which is subjective based, held in October/November every year. Results are usually published in the second week of March.
Stage III: Personality Test (Interview) - It is the final test and is held in April/May every year. Final results are usually announced a few days before the next preliminary examination.
In the present days of globalisation also where various private sector organisations are offering highly lucrative and attractive salary packages to their employees, civil services have not lost its credibility and prestige. It is this importance of All India services which makes it one of the most competitive and prestigious examinations in India.
In order to fulfil the need of the aspiring candidates we @ youngindiatimes have designed a well planned and systematic study material package based on latest syllabus of All India Services announced by UPSC. We recommend all the aspiring students to please go through the entire latest syllabus released by UPSC before starting preparation for the same.
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