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13 August 2019

UPSC NDA -II(2) Exam 2019 for 415 Officer Posts - National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Exam(II) 2019

UPSC NDA -II Exam 2019


415 Officer Posts in Army, Navy, and Airforce

UPSC is going to conduct NDA Examination -II. The applicants applying for the UPSC NDA exam should confirm that they accomplish all the suitability circumstances for the admission to the NDA-II Examination. Their admission at all the phases of the examination will be purely temporary subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. Mere issue of Admission Certificate to the applicant will not suggest that his candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission. Verification of eligibility conditions with reference to original documents is taken up only after the candidate has qualified for interview/Personality Test.

More information related to this UPSC National Defence Academy & Naval Academy (NDA -II) Examination, 2019 (415 Vacancy) is given below in this employment news. To know more about this UPSC Vacancy such as the Qualification/eligibility conditions, how to apply & other rules please read the full news carefully.

Basic Information Related to this UPSC NDA -II Exam 2019
Examination Name: National Defence Academy & Naval Academy Exam-II

Number of Vacancies: 415 Posts

UPSC NDA -II Exam 2019

24 April 2019

UPSC CAPFs Exam Notification 2019 - UPSC Assistant Commandant Exam 2019

UPSC CAPFs Exam Notification 2019

UPSC Assistant Commandant Exam 2019

UPSC CAPFs Exam 2019 notification is out today on 24th April 2019. UPSC Recruitment department conducts this UPSC Assistant commandant examination every year to recruit Indian fresher candidates in various defense forces of India as an officer.

UPSC Recruitment the department is going to recruit a total of 323 Assistant commandants through this UPSC CAPFs examination of 2019. Various defense forces in which candidates are going to be recruited are: “ BSF, CRPF, CISF, ITBP, SSB”. More information related to this UPSC Assistant commandant examination is given below in this article. Read it carefully before applying this UPSC Examination.

UPSC CAPFs Exam Notification 2019

11 April 2019

UPSC CMS Exam for 965 Posts 2019 - UPSC Combined Medical Service Exam 2019

UPSC Combined Medical Service Exam 2019

Notification Date: 10th April 2019

Basic Info related to this UPSC CMS Exam: New Job notification is out on UPSC official website related to the Combined Medical service examination 2019. This notification is out on 10th April 2019 in the PDF format. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has prearranged a notice for the employment of Assistant Divisional Medical Officer, General Duty Medical Officer & Other vacancies through this UPSC Combined Medical Services Examination 2019. Those Applicants who are attentive in the opening details & accomplished all suitability standards can read the Notification & Apply Online. We also share the complete detail below in this job posting related to this UPSC CMS Exam 2019.

Vacancies: 965 Posts

UPSC CMS Exam 2019

10 April 2019

UPSC CDS-I Exam Result 2019 | Combined Defence Service Exam Result 2019

 UPSC CDS Exam Result 2019

Combined Defence Service Exam Result 2019

A few days back UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) conducted a combined defence service examination. Those who appeared in this entrance examination can now check their result by clicking on the link which we shared under IMPORTANT LINK section at the Last of this post.

UPSC Department conducts this examination 2 times in the year. This one is the UPSC CDS-1 exam. UPSC Recruitment department Uploaded Combined Defence Service CDS I Result 2019 on their official website.

Examination Date: 03 Feb 2019.


09 April 2019

Smart Strategy on How To Crack IAS Prelims Examination 2019 - UPSC CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION-2019



Given its immense popularity among the educated, talented and hardworking youth of the country, civil service examination is bound to be the most bitterly contested exam one can find in India.

Civil services command respect, prestige and status like no other job can offer. Besides, it provides job security and attractive perks to provide a comfortable lifestyle. But more than all these factors, it is the nature of the job to be performed in civil services that motivate many to aspire for it.

Apart from offering challenges and diversity, civil services offer some of the most socially relevant jobs which lend meaning and justification to life. Unlike the private sector jobs, where one is doing mostly socially irrelevant jobs or, even at times socially harmful jobs, civil services offer satisfying jobs in sectors such as policing, education, health, welfare etc. This is why many candidates try hard to get into civil services rather than pursuing a career in the private sector.

As is well known, it is a three-stage examination comprising prelims, mains and interview. At all the three levels of the contest (i.e., preliminary, mains and the personality test), there are challenges. But it is at the first stage of the exam. i.e. the preliminary exam, that is found to be most challenging. Although prelims is purported to be just a qualifying test to allow a candidate to appear in the main examination, the reality is that it is both scary and intimidating.

It is scary because out of a total of 4-5 lakh aspirants appearing, only 15,000 candidates have a chance to get selected at this level. Thus it actually translates into not a qualifying exam but an elimination process and even the most talented among the aspirants run the risk of getting eliminated in the prelims level itself. If one gets eliminated, he/she has to wait for one full year to get another chance to qualify and appear in the mains.

It is intimidating because there is so much to study for the exam ranging from the traditional areas like history, culture, geography, environment and ecology, polity, science and technology to current and contemporary issues.

Whereas the mains exam seeks a conceptual understanding of the issues, prelims seek both conceptual understanding and factual knowledge which broadens its scope. Viewed in this perspective, prelims preparation is a true test of one’s nerves, tenacity, persistence, and perseverance.

Smart Strategy on How To Crack IAS Prelims Examination 2019 -  UPSC CIVIL SERVICES EXAMINATION-2019

26 February 2019

UPSC Combined Defence Services Exam (I) Result 2018 - UPSC CDS Exam Result

Union Public Service Commission Notice



UPSC CDS Examination Result 2018 is Out. To check your Result visit to the official website of UPSC Department, we also share the result link under IMPORTANT LINK section. The final result of Combined Defence Services Examination (I), 2018 for admission to the Officers Training Academy, Chennai, for
(i) 109th Short Service Commission Course (for Men); and
(ii) 23rd Short Service Commission Women (Non-Technical) Course,

held by the Commission on 04.02.2018 and subsequent SSB interview conducted by M/o Defence, has been declared by the Commission and the same is available on the UPSC's website (http://www. and notice board of the UPSC.
UPSC Combined Defence Services Exam

20 February 2019

UPSC Civil Service Examination 2019 - IAS Examination 2019 and Forest Service Exam 2019

UPSC Civil Service Examination 2019

UPSC IAS Examination 2019

UPSC Forest Service Exam 2019

The Applicants applying for the UPSC Civil Service examination 2019 must ensure that they fulfil all suitability circumstances for admission to UPSC IAS examination 2019.

UPSC Civil Service Examination 2019Applicants admission to all the phases of the entrance examination will be purely temporary subject to satisfying the prearranged suitability circumstances. Mere subject of e-Admit Card to the applicant will not suggest that his/her application has been finally cleared by the UPSC Commission. The UPSC Commission takes up confirmation of suitability circumstances with reference to original documents only after the applicant has qualified for Interview/Personality Test.

More information related to this UPSC Civil Service examination 2019 is given below in this job posting. So read it carefully before applying online.

Basic Information About this UPSC IAS / Forest Service Examination 2019

1). Profile Name: UPSC Civil Service Exam 2019
Vacancies: 896 Posts

2). Profile Name: Indian Forest Service Examination
Vacancies: 90 Posts

Eligibility Conditions required for Applying

Educational Requirement
Age Bond
Civil Services
All Indian Graduates can apply for this UPSC Civil Service Examination 2019.
21 to 32 years
Indian Forest Service
Applicants having a Graduation’s degree with at least one of the subjects namely “Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Science, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Physics, Statistics and Zoology or a Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture, Forestry or in Engineering” can apply for this Forest Service Examination 2019.
Number of attempts for this UPSC Exam: Each applicant appearing at the examination, who is suitable, shall be allowable six attempts for this UPSC Civil Service examination 2019. Provided that this limit on the number of attempts will not apply in the case of SC (Scheduled Castes) and ST (Scheduled Tribes) applicants who are otherwise eligible.

Application Fee Required for Applying

No fee
Paying Method: Pay Examination fee through  Debit/credit card or Net Banking or challan in any branch of SBI.

Procedure for Applying

Applicants are essential to submit application Online by using the official website of UPSC, whose link is as follow: “”/. Full directions for filling up online applications related to this UPSC Civil service examination are available on the above declared website.

There is no other way for applying this UPSC Examination 2019.

Check IMPORTANT LINK section below for complete Advertisement Detail and the online application form related to this UPSC Examination.

NOTE-: Applicants appearing in UPSC Civil Services (Preliminary) Examination, 2019 will be required to indicate information such as

(a) detail of Centres for Civil Services (Main) Examination and Indian Forest Service (Main) Examination

(b) Optional subject to be selected for the examination,

(c) Medium of examination for Civil Services (Main) Examination,

(d) Medium of Examination for Optional Subject if he/she chooses any Indian Language as the Medium of Examination for Civil Services (Main) Examination and

(e) compulsory Indian Language for Civil Services (Main) Examination at the time of the filling up online application itself.


19TH Feb. 2019 is the Start Date to Apply.
18th March 2019 is the Last Date to Apply.


13 February 2019

Civil Services Exam is a Major Challenge - Keep Your Option Clear

Keep Your options Clear For UPSC Civil Service Exam
Civil Services Exam is a Major Challenge

Choosing the right optional subject in Civil Services examination is a major challenge for aspirants. The liberal decision of the UPSC of taking one optional subject out of two papers from 2013, has reduced a lot of stress for the aspirants. Now they need to select only one optional subject. But choosing that one optional subject also matters a lot as the subject consists two papers of 250 marks each. Selecting the right optional subject is of paramount importance as it will surely step up your chances of selection, so an aspirant should know all the factors before picking up the optional subject. Let’s dig into the factors that a candidate must consider before picking up an optional subject.

Scoring quotient
Most of the students attempting for the first time choose an optional subject which is considered as the most scoring subject. Therefore, most of the students prefer to choose geography, history, political science, public administration or psychology. Statistics reveal that most of the students select geography and public administration as optional subject. More than 80 per cent of aspirants opt for these subjects as all these subjects overlap with general studies which they usually study while preparing for GS pre and Mains.

In the past few years, candidates have been scoring above 350 marks in public administration and more than 400 marks in geography, which is pretty good. This explains why more and more students are opting for these subjects. Let’s see what makes certain subjects more scoring:

■ Public administration is more about having knowledge of administrative traits and involves more self – study and self-understanding than personal coaching.

■ As almost everyone studies history till at least Class VIII, it is a familiar subject for most students. With multiple choice questions it is easier to score more in this.

■ Most of the students are interested in map-based questions, especially those from engineering or medical background. No wonder geography is one of the most popular subjects among IAS aspirants.

Civil Services Exam is a Major Challenge

Have a good command over a subject
Although, when we talk about which paper is more scoring, it is better to remember that no subject is less scoring as it largely depends upon the interest of the candidate and his academic background. If a candidate is exceptionally good in a subject, he will obviously score more in that paper. So, if geography is your forte, it will not be prudent to pick up history as it is scoring subject.
■ If a candidate has already mastered a subject in school or in graduation, it becomes easier to understand and it is natural to select it. Moreover, the availability of preparation material and guidance are also important. Thus, choosing the right optional subject is half the battle won and candidates must factor in all the pros and cons of a particular choice before going ahead.

Languages are generally seen as less scoring than other subjects and require a higher level of proficiency. But in spite of that over the past few years the trend of selecting a language as an optional subject is on the rise. Many students opt for Hindi Literature, which is not too surprising as a large number of candidates from Hindi speaking states appear for IAS exam. Similarly, languages like Pali are also gaining currency and most of the students are opting for the language, but again it completely depends upon one’s interest, academic and geographical background and knowledge. Tamil literature is being opted by many of candidates from Tamil Nadu and so on.