Civil Services 2010
The merit students who secured highest ranks in Civils are there in India also. it is a known fact that It is our Indian students who secured 1st rank in civils from the last 2 yrs. Nearly 4lakhs of students appeared for the civils exam last year and it is expected that nearly 1000 posts are there to be filled up by this exam and even the competition can be in the same range only.
In this situation we have to remind the toppers of the last and previous years of civils and it is a joint opinion that methodological study is the key role to success. Keen interest is to be taken from the issues like selection of optional subjects to the time of examination. The preparation is to be done with proper planning and the whole future of the exam depends on the preparation itself. The topics like general knowledge, current affairs and many more are to be covered in time with proper time table.
Civils Notification 2010:
Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) released the notification for the Civils Service Examination 2010 for the preliminary examination on 23rd May 2010. There are in total 965 seats to be filled up by this notification but there is no correct estimation of the total number of seas that are to be filled up they may be lessen or increased.
Among the notified posts some are reserved for SC, ST, BC, and PH as per the government norms.
The age limit for the aspirants should be more then 21 years and less than 30 years as on August 1st 2010. Certain age relaxation will be there for the aspirants belongs to SC,ST,BC and other categories.
The Educational qualification of the aspirants should be graduate from any of the UGC recognized university or should have an equivalent to degree.
The physical fitness of the aspirantsis specified in the Annexure – 3 of the Gazette released by the union public civil services – 2010.
Number of attempts
The government of India is allowing only few numbers of times to write this exam for a candidate and there is a relaxation depends on the category which is as follows:
* General category candidates can write this examination only FOUR times.
* In case of Physically Handicapped (PH) candidates belongs to General category and the candidates belongs to OBC can write up to seven times.
* There will be no count in case of SC-ST.
The candidate should obtain the commission printed form from any of the post offices/ head post on the payment of Rs. 20/- each. In case of non – availability of forms in the respective post offices even they can contact the department of UPSC application distribution with the phone number 011-23389366 and Fax number 011-23387310.
All the candidates including OBC candidates have to affix Rs.50/- central recruitment fee stamps in the specified part of the application. This fee is exempted for the candidates who belong to SC/ST/Women/PH.
Address to send the application
The completed application should be sent to the address
Secretary, Union Public Service commission,
Dholapur House, Shajahan Road,
New Delhi – 110 069.
All the filled applications should send either post or speed or courier or in person for the above address on or before 1st February 2010.
The candidate can approach in person to the Facilitation counter, UPSC campus situated at C gate during all working days and working hours for any Queries or help. The candidate can even call to the phone numbers 011-23385271/23381125 for the same.
Even the candidate can go through the employment news or rojaghar samachar released on January 10th, 2010 for any further information.
Even the candidate can visit website www. upsc.gov.in