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UPSC CSC ( Civil Services Exam ) is India’s largest government exam. This exam chooses the higher rank type of officer for all State and Central government services. Also, in this exam, many more aspirants give this exam for making the best officers in India. UPSC calendar released in November 2021, according to this calendar notice IAS exam online form process starts in February 2022. Because all aspirants check the notification on the UPSC official website for more information regarding this form.

In the previous year, UPSC released an online exam fill form process in march 2021. They are conducting an exam on 10th October 2021 and after that main exam conducted on 7 January 2022. All students are very excited about this exam because they are very best exam in India. They are a good chance of making the best officer of India. This is the best for all UPSC CSC Student. I will give you best inform.


All UPSC aspirants take it our mind during this exam fill form time- Candidate must have attended the age of 21 years old and 32 years on 1st August 2021. It means the candidate must have been born not earlier than 2nd August and not later than 1st August 2000. Because this is the upper age limit is relaxable for some conditions.

Maximum Five years age relaxation for SC ( Schedule Cast) or ST ( Schedule Tribe ).

Up to maximum Three years age relaxation for OBC ( Other Backward Classes), who are eligible for this type of age relaxation.

Three years age relaxation for Defence Services personal disabled in operating during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area.

Five years age relaxation for ex-servicemen including Commissioned Officers and ECOs/SSCOs. Who has given at least five years of service in the Military? Also, As of 1st august, 2021 and have been released.

Up to maximum 10 years in case of blind, deaf-mute, orthopedically handicapped person.

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Age relaxation for category wise student UPSC CSC

CategoryAge Relaxation 
SC/ ST5 Years
OBC3 Years
Defence Services Personnel, disabled in operations during hostilities with any foreign country or in a disturbed area and released as a consequence thereof3 Years
Ex-servicemen including commissioned officers and ECOs/SSCOs who have rendered at least five years of military service as on August 1, 2021 and have been released5 Years
PwD Candidate :- Blindness and low vision (b) Deaf and hard of hearing (c) Locomotor disability including cerebral palsy, leprosy cured, dwarfism, acid attack victims, and muscular dystrophy (d) Autism, intellectual disability, specific learning disability10 Years

Eligibility For All Aspirants | UPSC Notification

  • According to UPSC notification, all the candidates must be passed bachelor’s degree from any of the Universities incorporated by an act of the central or state legislature in India or other educational institutions established by an act of parliament or declared to be deemed as University grants commission act 1956 or passes an equivalent qualification.
  • Which student appeared or intend to appear for the final examination or waiting result are also eligible to apply for the Pre Exam.
  • If anyone qualifies pre-exam must produce proof of passing a bachelor’s degree to appear for the CSC ( Civil Services Exam) main exam.
  • Candidate are very best for all filled as like technical MBBS, BE, B.Tech, etc.

Number of Attempt in IAS exam ( UPSC CSC)

Note:- All category wise attempt given below in chart type. All attempt count for all student in pre exam. If you are fill the form but you are not inter the pre exam you are not count in attempt list. Because this the good for all people who are preparing for this exam.

CategoryNumber of Attempts (Allowed)
General/Economically Weaker Section (EWS)6
Other Backward Classes9
SC/STTill the age limit
Person with DisabilitiesTill the age limit


According to UPSC notification for all aspirants three stage of this exam.

  1. Preliminary Exam
  2. UPSC Main Exam
  3. Personality Test

Most Important Notice for 2022 UPSC CSC:-

UPSC CSE 2022 notification will be released on 2nd February 2022. The Prelims and Mains Exam are scheduled to be conducted on 5th June and 16th September 2022 respectively.

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UPSC CSE Prelims take two papers are known as General Studies First and CSAT (General Studies Paper-II). While CSAT is qualifying in nature. The marks obtained in the General Studies paper determine your selection for UPSC Mains. It means your score in the General Studies Paper will be considered for the Prelims cutoff. So, you are must be qualify this exam paper.

In this paper 1/3 negative marking in each wrong answer. If you are not attempt this question, you not take penalty of answer. Also they are very best for aspirants.

Name of the PaperNo of QuestionsMarks AllottedTime AllottedNature of Exam
Paper – I ( General Studies)1002002 hoursThe score will be considered for Cut-off
Paper- II (General Studies-II) For CSAT 802002 hoursQualifying Nature- Candidates will have to score 33% to qualify CSAT.

Main tips for all IAS aspirants -2022

  • Both Paper must be attempt in IAS exam for all student as like Paper -I ( General Studies) And Paper- II General Studies – II) For CSAT . Because this is the very important for all person. Also it is good news for all aspirants.
  • Pre- Exam score not added in the main exam score. Because of pre-exam only the qualifying paper for UPSC CSC.
  • This exam paper are given both language Hindi and English.
  • In this paper negative marking 1/3 each wrong answer in every paper. Because they are care for all things in your mind.