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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

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

Profile
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

Category
Amount
For GEN/OBC
Rs.100/-
For SC/ST
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: “https://upsconline.nic.in”/. 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.

IMPORTANT DATES

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

IMPORTANT LINKS



09 January 2019

UPSC NDA Examination Admit Card 2019 - National Defense Academy & Naval Academy Examination (I) 2019

UPSC NDA-1 EXAM ADMIT CARD 2019 

Before Downloading the Admit Card check this Recruitment detail below:

UPSC NDA Examination 2019

Officer Entry in Indian Defense

National Defense Academy & Naval Academy Examination (I) 2019


Here comes the fresh Notification for UPSC NDA Examination 2019. So those who are waiting for the UPSC NDA Examination can apply now online through the UPSC official website. As we all know that UPSC conducts this examination two time every years. All 12th Pass candidates through out India can apply for this UPSC NDA Examination.


UPSC NDA Examination 2019

The applicants applying for the NDA examination should ensure that they achieve all the suitability conditions for the admission to the Examination. Their admission at all the phases of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility circumstances. Mere issue of Admission Certificate to the applicant will not imply that his candidature has been finally cleared by the UPSC Commission. Authentication of eligibility conditions with reference to original documents is taken up only after the applicant has qualified for interview/Personality Test. More information related to this UPSC NDA Exam 2019 is given below in this article. Read it carefully.


Information About this NDA Examination 2019

1). Examination Name:  UPSC NDA Exam 2019

Number of Vacancies: 392 posts.

29 November 2018

UPSC Recruitment 2018 - Govt Jobs for Software Developer and Designer Posts 2018

UPSC Recruitment 2018

Software Developer and Designer Posts

HIRING OF TRAINED IT PROFESSIONALS ON CONTRACT BASIS IN UPSC


UPSC Recruitment department is looking to recruit software developer and designer posts. There are total 7 vacancies which are going to be filled up through this UPSC Recruitment process 2018.

UPSC is inviting Government job Applications in the prescribed format from qualified applicants for the appointment of Software Designer and Senior Developer to be deployed at Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) on short term contract basis. Mote information related to these Government jobs for Software developer and designer is given below in this article. Read the whole article carefully before applying online for this UPSC Recruitment process 2018.

Descriptive Detail about this UPSC Recruitment

1). Profile Name: Senior Developers 

Number of Vacancies: 06 posts.

Pay Band: ₹45000/- per Month.

Education: Those who have completed their B.Tech/BE under IT (or) CSE stream can apply.
(OR)
Those who have completed their MCA can also apply.

Experience: Should have minimum 04 years experience in actual software development using PHP under MySQL or PostGress database/Oracle.

2). Profile Name: Software Designer 

Number of Vacancies: 01 post

Pay Band: ₹75000/- per month.

Experience : Those who have experience of 7 years in software deigning can apply for this UPSC Recruitment 2018.
  
How to Apply?
Qualified applicants, who fulfil all the eligibility standards which we explained above in this article, may submit their job application in the prescribed format given inside the official PDF file. We shared the official Advertisement Link at the last of this article, that official PDF file contains the application form for applying these Government jobs.  

Filled the application Performa in sealed cover clearly stating the name of the post for which applying i.e. Software Designer or Senior Developer and the application should reach to the following address:
Under Secretary (Admn),  R.No. 216/AB, Union Public Service Commission,  Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road,  New Delhi – 110069.

IMPORTANT DATES
20TH Dec. 2018 Last Date to accept application.

IMPORTANT LINKS

27 November 2018

9 Biggest Mistake you should avoid while preparing for UPSC Exam

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UPSC is the toughest and most prestigious exam in India. It requires thorough determination and hard work to crack the exam. Hard work when accompanied with smart strategies will definitely yield out to be good methodology for your IAS preparation. But during your preparation there are certain mistakes which when committed may deviate you from your target. In this article I will throw some light over top 9 mistakes which if avoided will increase your chances of clearing the exam.

1.    Not considering UPSC syllabus
We all know that the syllabus of UPSC exam is very vast. Most of the coaching centers do not focus on the syllabus but tell you to study only topics listed in NCERT books. This is not true. There may be some extra topics or some topics which are not to be studied. So it is always recommended to download the syllabus from the UPSC official website and learn the syllabus by heart. The best way is to take a print out if the syllabus and paste it on a wall in your room.


2.    Ignoring previous year papers
Most of the aspirants ignore solving previous years’ papers and directly jump over to the mocks or sample papers. This technique will not work. The first thing which you should do after completing the syllabus is to solve the previous year’s papers. This will help you to know the pattern followed in the exams and will improve your preparation level.

3.    Following multiple books
Resource gathering is a difficult part. But that does not means that you will be picking whatever you get. Piling up 3-4 books of you optional book won’t work. A general trend has been seen that aspirants gather a lot of books and read from every book which ultimately confuses them. What we suggest is that first complete with your NCERTs and then follow just one book. Following one book will make you more confident and focused.

4.    Ignoring the NCERTs
This is a worst mistake if anyone has been ignoring NCERTs. By any case you cannot skip the NCERT part. The clarity of concepts which you will get in NCERT books will not be provided in any other books. All the standard books are designed keeping in mind that you have completed your NCERT part.  There are certain concepts which you will only learn from NCERT as they have been explained in a very clear and lucid manner.

5.    Not making notes
It’s the human tendency that it will not retain 90% of the things which he/she has learnt the previous day. If you are not making notes and revising from them, then you are not studying effectively and there is a possibility that you will not be retaining anything till your paper. It is very difficult to read from the book again and again. SO the best way to save time and study effectively is to make notes. Notes help you in your revision. Nothing is best than handmade notes. But, even if you have not made the notes, these are available online in the form of PDF.   You can also buy or download GIST NCERT books. These books have everything which you required to read from the NCERT books ad are best preparation material for revision.

6.    Not selecting the optional subject wisely
Most of the aspirants select the optional subject just randomly. They do not consider regarding their interest. The aspirants should always remember that they should select the optional subject very wisely and in which they have the interest. An optional subject which makes the aspirant feel bored or sleepy will not fetch you good marks. You have to be very cautious while selecting the optional. It is always recommended to select a subject which you had studies in your graduation.  The selection of optional subject should consider the following factors interest, availability of study material, coaching etc.

7.    Not regular with newspaper reading
We all know that current affair section is the game changer section of UPSC. A student cannot clear the exam by only being good at academics. One has to be very active in newspaper reading and grabbing the latest affairs and events going on in the country and internationally. Even if you are reading a newspaper, it should not mean that   you have to read that blindly. The aspirant needs to understand the what the information is and what is the topic which is being discussed. Make a diary and note down the important events, date and time and which personalities are associated with them.  The candidates should understand and should know how to relate the issues in the newspaper with the IAS syllabus.

8.    Preparing for mains after prelims
The candidate should understand that prelims is just a qualifying exam and your mains exam is the rank and future decider. Both the exams should be given equal importance. When you start preparation of your GS exam , start with mains simultaneously. Suppose if your start from June, then you must study for mains and prelims till January and after that give your full focus towards prelims. Keeping everything till the end may have a negative effect on your mains preparation. You must get yourself familiar with Mains answers and pattern beforehand. The months after prelims should be totally dedicated for revision and not for learning new concepts.
The main thing which is to be focused in your mains exam is the answer writing part. In the mains exam, if we calculate the average time, then it comes out to be 9 minutes. The candidate should be able to analyze the answer properly and immediately. The picture should be very clear in his mind and he should be able to write the answer in that frame of time.  This thing can only be achieved by lot of practice. Practice and revision is the key to success. Ignoring this step may result in breaking of your dream of becoming a successful IAS officer.

9.    Poor time management

The syllabus for UPSC is huge and never ending. The aspirant cannot afford to waste many months only to focus on one subject. If the aspirant is following this strategy of one subject at a time then it may result in poor or under preparation. The candidate may not get enough time for revision. The best way out is to follow a time management which will help to utilize the time properly and effectively. You can divide you time into small slots and divide the syllabus as per that. You can eve assign the topics which you have to study in that time frame.  While making a time table, it will help you to analyze

Winding UP

Lakhs of students appear compete for just few seats of UPSC exam. The success rate of any aspirant clearing the exam is just 0.1%. The only way to crack the exam is to stay motivated and determined. Avoid committing the mistakes as mentioned above. This will surely increase your chances of clearing the exam.  A proper time management strategy will prove substantial in your success.  Revise as much as you can. The more you revise, the more you will retain. All the best.   


31 October 2018

UPSC CDS Examination 2019- Combined Defence Service Exam 2019

UPSC CDS Exam 2019

Combined Defence Service Exam 2019


UPSC today on 31st Oct. 2018 issued an official notification related to the combined defence service examination 2019. So those who are waiting for CDS examination 2019 to grab a Government job in Indian Defence services can apply. UPSC conducts this examination 2 times in a year.

The applicants applying for the UPSC CDS examination should ensure that they satisfy all the suitability conditions for the admission to the CDS Examination. Their admission at all the stages of the examination will be purely provisional subject to satisfying the prescribed eligibility conditions. Mere issue of Admission Certificate to the candidate will not imply that his candidature has been finally cleared by the Commission. Verification of eligibility conditions with reference to original documents will be taken up only after the candidate has qualified for interview/Personality Test.


Basic info about this CDS Exam 2019
Examination Name: Combined Defence Service Exam 2019

Vacancies: 417 Posts
Combined Defence Service Exam 2019

26 September 2018

UPSC Engineering Service Examination 2019 - Engineering Jobs in Various Centre Government Departments 2019

UPSC Engineering Service Examination 2019

Engineering Jobs under Various Centre Government Department

UPSC issued an official notification today on 26th Sept. 2018 related to the UPSC Engineering Service examination 2019. UPSC Conducts this engineering service exam every year to select Engineering graduates for various Officer level job profiles under Government of India. So those who are waiting for this UPSC Examination their wait is over now, because UPSC officially launched the notification today to accept the online application for this examination.


After selection UPSC will recruit the candidates in the following department:

CATEGORY I—CIVIL ENGINEERING
(i) Indian Railway Service of Engineers.
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service (Civil Engineering Posts).
(iii) Central Engineering Service
(iv) Indian Ordnance Factories Service AWM/JTS (Civil Engineering Post)
(v) Central Engineering Service (Roads), Group-A (Civil Engineering Posts).
(vi) Survey of India Group ‘A’ Service.
(vii) AEE(Civil) in Border Road Engineering Service.
(viii) Indian Defence Service of Engineers. (ix) AEE(QS&C) in MES Surveyor Cadre

CATEGORY II—MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
(i) Indian Railway Service of Mechanical Engineers.
(ii) Indian Railway Stores Service (Mechanical Engineering Posts).
(iii) Central Electrical & Mechanical Engineering Service (Mechanical Engineering Posts).
(iv) Indian Ordnance Factories Service AWM/JTS (Mechanical Engineering Posts).
(v) Defence Aeronautical Quality Assurance Service/SSO-II (Mechanical).
(vi) AEE in GSI Engineering Service Gr ‘A’.
(vii) Indian Defence Service of Engineers.
(viii) Indian Naval Armament Service (Mechanical Engineering Posts).
(ix) Asstt. Naval Store Officer Grade-I (Mechanical Engineering Posts) in Indian Navy.
(x) AEE(Elect & Mech) in Border Roads Engineering Service.

UPSC Engineering Service Examination 2019

11 August 2018

UPSC Recruitment for various Posts 2018

UPSC Recruitment for Various Posts 2018
upsc recruitment 2018
Here is the new notification is out related to the UPSC department recruitment 2018. Below in the article we explained about the various vacant posts, essential education qualification and other criteria related to these Government jobs.

1). Profile Name: Junior Technical Officer, Directorate of Sugar & Vegetable Oils, Department of Food & Public Distribution, Ministry of Consumer Affairs. The posts are permanent.
Pay Band: Level-7 in the pay matrix as per 7th CPC.
General Central Service, Group ‘B’ Gazetted, Non-Ministerial.
Age Bond: Maximum age limit for applying is 30 years.
QUALIFICATIONS: ESSENTIAL:
(i) Bachelor of Technology (Oil Technology) or Bachelor of Engineering (Oil Technology) from a recognized University or Institute; or
(ii) Bachelor’s degree in Science with Post Graduate Diploma in Sugar Technology from a recognised University or Institute.
EXPERIENCE: one year experience in sugar technology or edible oils from a recognised institute or organization.

2). Profile Name: Junior Scientific Officer (Biology), Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Directorate of Forensic Science Services, Ministry of Home Affairs. Pay Scale: Level-7 in the pay matrix as per 7th CPC.
Age Bond: Should have age less than 30 years.
QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s Degree in Botany / Zoology / Microbiology / Biotechnology with Botany or Zoology as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level/Biochemistry with Botany or Zoology as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level / Physical Anthropology with Botany or Zoology as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level/Forensic Science with Botany or Zoology as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level/ Genetics with Botany or Zoology as one of the subjects at Bachelor of Science level from a recognized University or equivalent
EXPERIENCE: Two years’ experience of Analytical method and research therein in the field of Biology.

02 June 2018

NDA Application Form 2018 is out conduct by UPSC Exam - National Defence Academy Exam 2018

UPSC Exam 2018 ( National Defence Academy Exam )
NDA Exam 2018- UPSC NDA Online Form is Out
NDA Exam is one of the most awaited UPSC Exam every year. So this year waiting time is over for NDA Exam 2018. UPSC Exam department issued a notification in the employment new related to the NDA Online Form. NDA is stands for “National Defence Academy “, which heir fresher Indian candidates under Indian Army, Indian Air force and in Indian Navy.
NDA Exam is conducted by UPSC Department to recruit students for training under Officer Trades in Indian Defence. So those who are preparing for National Defence Academy program can now apply for this UPSC NDA online Form.

nda exam

UPSC (Uion Public Service Commission) is going to conducts NDA Exam (National Defence Academy Exam)& Naval Academy (NA) Examination (II). Those who cleared this UPSC Exam will take admission to the Indian Army, Navy & Air Force wings for the 142nd Course.
UPSC NDA exam is being planned to be held on 9th Sept. 2018.
All Eligible Indian candidates apply online for this NDA Exam through UPSC Online Portal. The NDA Application form is available only on UPSC Website. So those who are willing to apply for this NDA Exam visit to the UPSC Exam official website.
More information related to this National Defence Academy exam is given below in this article. Read the whole article carefully before moving to NDA Online form.


07 May 2018

UPSC IAS Examination Admit Card 2018 ( Civil Services & Indian Forest Examination 2018 )


Job Posted On: 07th May 2018
Department Name: UPSC
Exam Name: Civil Services and Forest Service’s Exam 2018
Employment Type: Regular
Job Location:  India
Qualification: Degree
UPSC IAS EXAM ADMIT CARD 2018 IS OUT
UPSC recently launched an application for IAS Examination.  Those who applied for this examination now can download their admit card from the official website. UPSC Today launched a link to download the admit card.  Study hard to crack this Preliminary examination of IAS Examination 2018.


About Union Public Service Commission (UPSC)
Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi
Pind Code– 110069
Contact Number: 011-23098543 / 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098591
Official Email ID: feedback-upsc@gov.in


Admit Card is Live on UPSC Website– Civil Services & Indian Forest Examination 2018
Examination Date : 03rd June 2018


NOTE: WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY JOB ISSUES, AS WE ARE SHARING INFORMATION BASED ON INTERNET. PLEASE CHECK THE OFFICIAL ADVT. ATTACHED WITH IN THE EACH POST, WHICH REPRESENT THE OFFICIAL FILE.