In India, the CSE is a national competitive test. The Union Public Service Commission administers this exam for recruitment to the Indian government’s various civil services. Multiple services, such as the Indian Administrative Service, Indian Foreign Service, and Indian Police Service, could be involved.
According to the most current UPSC exam date, UPSC vacancy may change according to the circumstances. The Government of India conducts this examination, commonly known as the UPSC examination, every year to choose various people suited for serving the country. These tests have three phases:
- a preliminary exam that consists of two objective-type papers (General Studies Papers I and II, also known as the CS Aptitude Test or CSAT),
- a major examination, the Mains that consists of nine conventional type exams,
- and finally, an interview.
UPSC Exam Schedule for 2021
The following are the dates for the Civil Services Examinations in 2021:
- This year’s preliminary test was on Saturday, June 27, 2021.
- The Mains examination for the year 2021 will take place between September 17 and September 22.
So, brace yourself and start studying hard for your exam, if not crazy hard, because there isn’t much time left. A single day of procrastination or a minor delay in your preparation could cost you a whole year. So, don’t squander another minute of this year and get started on your practice or revision today.
Category-Wise UPSC Vacancies For 2021
The Ministry of Personnel has officially broken up the UPSC vacancies for 2021. These figures may fluctuate because of the requisitions received by various departments until the UPSC Prelims.
After the IPS and the IAS, the Indian Revenue Services (Income Tax) has the most openings, with 51. The Armed Forces Headquarters Civil Service (Group B) has 46 open positions, which is the fourth-highest amount.
|Indian Foreign Service (IFS)||14||10||6||3||4||37|
|Group A, Indian Accounts and Finance Service||4||5||2||2||1||14|
|Group A, Indian Accounts and Audit Service||7||6||3||2||2||20|
|Group A, Indian Defence Accounts Service||10||6||4||2||2||24|
|Group A, Indian Revenue Service I.T.||19||14||8||4||6||51|
|Group A, Indian Revenue and Indirect Taxes||16||11||6||3||5||41|
|Group A, Indian Postal Service||6||7||3||1||2||19|
|Group A, Indian Civil Accounts Service||1||3||2||1||3||10|
|Indian Railway Protection Force Service||5||4||0||0||0||9|
|Group A, Indian Defence Estate Service||2||2||1||0||1||6|
|Group A, Indian Information Service (Junior Grade)||5||2||1||1||0||9|
|Group A, Indian Trade Service||6||1||0||1||0||8|
|Group A, Indian Corporate Law Service||4||2||2||1||1||9|
|Group B, Armed Forces HQ Civil Service (Section Officer’s Grade)||19||14||6||3||4||46|
|Group B, Union Territory Civil Service||3||2||1||0||1||7|
|Group B, Union Territory Police Service||6||4||3||1||2||16|
|Group B, Pondicherry Civil Service||3||1||2||0||0||6|
One of India’s most prominent and most complex exams to pass is the Civil Services exam. According to the current UPSC exam data, roughly 5 lakh candidates took the exam this year, and around 712 UPSC 2021 vacancies are available.
The vacancies are an estimate, and the UPSC will decide on the ultimate number of officers to be hired through the merit ranking process. Reservations for other groups and applicants with Benchmark Disability vary depending on government decisions.