Welcome to Study Campus, a place where talent is nurtured and prepared for a bright future. Having a dedicated and talented pool of highly experienced faculty members, our renowned coaching institute ranks the highest among the top 5 learning institutes in Mumbai. We have prepared many students for civil examinations, out of which most students cleared the examination with flying colors. If you are planning to be a part of the non-military department of the Indian government, then you should enroll in our upcoming UPSC batches.
The Civil Services Examination (CSE) is conducted each year by the Union Public Selection Commission to recruit eligible candidates for the various top administrative posts across the non-military departments. Thousands of students appear for the preliminary examination, out of which only a few make it to the mains examination. If you want to increase your chances of becoming an IAS officer or an IPS officer, then join hands with the best coaching for UPSC in Mumbai for getting a result-oriented preparation.
There are many nationwide competitive examinations that aim to recruit successful candidates for different positions in different domains, then why UPSC only? If you always wanted to have a job that will give you the required power and authority to carry out any responsibility with utmost dignity, then the civil servant post is just perfect for you. As a civil servant, you will be liable to take important decision making and administrative roles for the betterment of the nation.
Our UPSC coaching classes in Mumbai offers a diligently crafted tutorial that aims at delivering the contents of the syllabus in an easy to understand manner. We often receive inquiries from students residing in different areas including Andheri, Thane, Borivali, and many other locations as well for our offered courses. You can contact us for getting an in-depth detail of our UPSC course and also take guidance from our well-known faculty members.
Why enroll at Study Campus?
If you were looking for reliable UPSC coaching classes in Mumbai, then it has to be Study Campus for obvious reasons. You can consider the following reasons for joining us.
- Full syllabus coverage
- Preparation for both the Preliminary and Mains examination
- Series of online and offline evaluation tests
- State of the art infrastructure
- Highly experienced and knowledgeable faculty members
- Timely syllabus completion and much more
UPSC Exam Eligibility Criteria:
- The age required for UPSC Exam is 21 years
- Upper age limit for General category: 32 years. With a maximum 6 attempts.
- Upper age limit for OBC: 35 years. With a maximum 9 attempts.
- Upper age limit for SC/ST: 37 Years, attempts is up to the age limit.
- For physically disabled candidates, upper age limit is 35, 38 and 40 for General category, OBC and SC/ST respectively with the number of attempts being 9 for General category and OBC candidates; for SC/ST up to age limit.
- Candidates from J&K domicile, upper age limits are 37 years, 40 years, 42 years and 50 years for GC, SC/ST, OBC and physical handicapped respectively and upper age limit is same as stated above for specific categories.
- For disabled servicemen, upper age limit 35 years, 38 years and 40 years respectively for GC, OBC, SC/ST respectively and upper age limit is same as stated above for specific categories.
UPSC Selection Procedure: The UPSC Selection process happens in 3 stages:
- Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type)
- Civil Services (Main) Examination (Written)
- Interview (Personality Test)
The Civil Services Examination comprises two successive stages.
- Civil Services (Preliminary) Examinations (Objective Type) for the selection of candidates for Main Examination
- Civil Services (Main) Examination (Written) for the selection of candidates for the various services and posts. The Main Examination will consist of written examination.
III. Interview (Personality test)
UPSC Exam Pattern: UPSC Exam Pattern.
Preliminary Examination: The UPSC Prelims exam consists of two objective type papers –
- Paper I – is a paper on General Studies – 200 marks
- Paper II – is a paper on Aptitude Test- 200 marks
The total marks allotted for IES Prelims exam is 500 marks. Candidates securing qualifying marks in prelims exam will be shortlisted for mains exam. It comprises of two papers of multiple choice questions of maximum 200 marks each from various subjects including General Awareness, English Language, Numerical Aptitude, Reasoning, etc.
Mains examination: Mains exam involves written exam. The mains exam of UPSC will comprise of two papers on Engineering Specific discipline. Candidates who have qualified in the Prelims round will only be called to attend the Mains round. The UPSC mains examination will carry total 600 marks. Candidates 6 to 7 times the number of vacancies will be called for mains examination.
Papers to be counted for Merit:
|Serial Number of Paper||Title of the Paper||Marks Allotted in the Paper|
|Paper 1||Essay writing||250 Marks|
|Paper 2||General Studies–I (Indian Heritage and Culture, History and Geography of the World and Society)||250 Marks|
|Paper 3||General Studies –II (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)||250 Marks|
|Paper 4||General Studies –III (Technology, Economic Development, Bio‐diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)||250 Marks|
|Paper 5||General Studies –IV (Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude)||250 Marks|
|Paper 6||Optional Subject – Paper 1||250 Marks|
|Paper 7||Optional Subject – Paper 2||250 Marks|
|Sub Total in the written Test||1750 Marks|
|Personal Interview||275 Marks|
|Grand Total ( for merit calculation)||2025 Marks|
Interview: Interview involves personality test. The Marks obtained in Preliminary and Mains examination will determine candidate’s eligibility for selection in Interview. The candidate will be interviewed by a Board who will have before them a record of his/ her career. He/ she will be asked questions on matters of general interest. The technique of the interview is not that of a strict cross-examination, but of a natural, though directed and purposive conversation that is intended to reveal the mental qualities of the candidate. The interview will carry 275 marks (with no minimum qualifying marks). The candidate’s selection based on the final merit
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