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UPSC IAS/IFS Notification 2016 to be released Later

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upsc1-300x131The official notification for UPSC IAS/IFS 2016 will be notified later the aspirants can apply online through official website www.upsc.gov.in or www.upsconline.nic.in. The link for applying online will be available on the official website and full application process, along with instruction for application will be available in the notification. The date of notification, beginning and duration of examination is likely to have some sorts of modification as per the conditions however all sorts of doubts will be cleared in the notification. Also the aspirants are supposed to note that there will be no constraint on number of attempts in any other exam which comes under UPSC commission.

Aspirants are supposed to make sure that they fulfill the eligibility conditions for appearing in the UPSC examination. The admission to all three stages of the UPSC / Civil Services Examination will be conditional with respect to sustaining the approved eligibility criteria. The online link for application is www.upsconline.nic.in. There will be negative marking for each wrong answer attempted by the aspirant in the Objective or Multiple Choice Question Papers.

The aspirant appearing for the exam must carry a degree from any Universities assimilated by act of the Central or State Legislature in India or other educational organizations recognized by an act of Parliament or stated as deemed as University under section-3 of the UGC (University Grants Commission) Act, 1956 or should hold equal qualification.

The aspirants will be selected by the UPSC commission for the UPSC / Civil Services (Mains) Examination as per the minimum marks scored in General Studies Paper II, i.e. 33% and the marks required to qualify for the UPSC / Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination Paper I as stated by the commission. Also the aspirants are allowed the attempt the examination either in English or any one language listed in the Eight Schedule languages.

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