IAS Notification 2021 (OUT) - Check Exam Calendar, Application Form, Selection Process
IAS notification 2021 - UPSC IAS application from 2021 withdrawal window will be available anytime soon. UPSC released the IAS 2021 notification on March 4, 2021 at its official website. Along with the IAS 2021 notification, candidates were able to fill the UPSC IAS application form 2021 from March 4. The last date to fill the IAS application form was March 24, 2021. As per the UPSC notification 2021, graduate candidates between 21 to 32 year can fill the application form. UPSC IAS notification 2021 comprises age limit, educational qualification, exam pattern, syllabus, application fee and others. UPSC IAS selection process 2021 comprises prelims exam, mains exam and personal interview. Candidates must download IAS 2021 notification from UPSC official website to check all the details. UPSC IAS 2021 prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 27 in offline mode. For more details about IAS notification 2021, candidates can check the article given below.
IAS Notification 2021 - Overview
Civil Services Exam
Exam Conducting Authority
Union Public Service Commission
UPSC Official Website
Level of Exam
Stages of UPSC IAS
Union Public Service Commission
Dholpur House, Shahjahan Road, New Delhi - 110069
Facilitation Counter : 011-23098543 / 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098591
Email : feedback-upsc.gov.in
IAS Notification 2021 - Dates
Candidates are advised to keep track of UPSC IAS exam dates 2021 so that major events will not get missed. Check the table bleow to know about the important dates of UPSC IAS 2021.
Important Dates of IAS 2021:
UPSC IAS notification 2021
March 4, 2021
IAS application form 2021
March 4, 2021
Last date to fill IAS application form 2021
March 24, 2021
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UPSC IAS Prelims Exam 2021
June 27, 2021
UPSC IAS Mains Exam 2021
September 17 to 22, 2021
How To Download IAS Notification 2021
Candidates must check the steps to download the UPSC IAS notification PDF mentioned below.
Visit the official website of UPSC - www.upsc.gov.in.
Click on the “Examination Notifications” tab given on the homescreen.
Go to “Civil Services Examination 2021”.
Click on the IAS 2021 notification1.
Check details and download UPSC IAS notification PDF for future reference.
Click Here to download the UPSC IAS official notification pdf.
Details Mentioned in IAS Notification 2021
UPSC Civil Services Notification comprises important details related to the exam. Candidates can check all the details about UPSC IAS 2021 notification mentioned below.
IAS Notification 2021 - Eligibility Criteria
Union Public Service Commission prescribes the IAS eligibility criteria 2021 in the official notification. Candidates must check the UPSC eligibility criteria 2021 before filling the online application form.
IAS 2021 Eligibility Criteria
UPSC 2021 Age Limit
21 to 32 years
Graduation in any stream
A citizen of India, or a subject of
Nepal/Bhutan/Tibetan refugee who came to India with the intention to settle in India.
A person of Indian origin who has migrated from Pakistan, Burma, East African countries of Kenya, Sri Lanka, Uganda, the United Republic of Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi, Zaire, Ethiopia and Vietnam with the intention of permanently settling in India.
IAS Notification 2021 - Application Form
The exam conducting authority released the UPSC IAS application form 2021 on March 4, 2021 at its official website. Candidates can fill the IAS application form in two parts - Part 1 and Part 2. Applicants first need to register themselves with basic details from the official website. After applying online successfully, candidates can proceed to fill the online application form. Candidates also need to upload the required documents as per the specifications mentioned in the UPSC IAS 2021 notification. The application fee of IAS 2021 is Rs. 100/- for UR male candidates while reserved and female candidates are exempted from the payment of application fee.
IAS Notification 2021 - Exam Pattern
UPSC prescribes the IAS exam pattern 2021 in the official notification. Candidates preparing for the Civil Services exam 2021 must check the exam pattern for effective preparations.
IAS Exam Pattern 2021 - Overview
Type of questions
Number of papers
Duration (each pape)
Mode of paper
IAS Notification 2021 - Selection Process
The selection process of UPSC IAS comprises three stages. Candidates need to clear all three stages separately for the final selection.
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - IAS Notification 2021 (OUT) - Check Exam Calendar, Application Form, Selection Process
Question: When can I apply for UPSC 2021?
Candidates were able to fill the IAS 2021 application form from March 4, 2021.
Question: How can I prepare for IAS 2021?
Candidates can check IAS preparations and how to prepare for IAS 2021 from the article given here.
Question: Can I become IAS at 21?
Yes, the minimum age limit as per the eligibility criteria is 21 years having graduation degree from recognized University.
Question: When will the IAS 2021 prelims exam be conducted?
IAS 2021 prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted on June 27 in offline mode.
Question: What is the last date to fill the UPSC IAS application form 2021
The last date to fill UPSC IAS application form was March 24.
Question: Is it important to appear for UPSC IAS 2021?
Yes, it is important to qualify in all the stages of UPSC IAS exam 2021.
Question: How can I check the official notification of UPSC IAS 2021?
The UPSC IAS notification is available in pdf format on the official website.
Question: Are the details mentioned in UPSC IAS notification 2021 true?
The UPSC IAS notification 2021 is released by the officials. So, the details mentioned in it true and final.
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Questions related to UPSC Civil Services Exam
Which is the best group after 10th Class CEC MPC, HEC, MEC, BIPC... etc... My passion and destiny is to become an IAS OFFICER... plz reply soon waiting for ur reply....
If you're wholly focused on becoming IAS then you should choose humanities stream, as this will help you in your preparation part in the sense you will already be acquainted with subjects such as history, geography, political science, economics etc, as all these are part of UPSC syllabus for GS paper as well as optional and in future if you choose to do graduation in any of the aforementioned subjects, then your subject choice will be aligned with your preparation process, however if you have inclination towards any other career choice, you can go ahead with that also, in general there is no restriction to belong to any stream for upsc exam, candidates from any discipline can appear and diverse backgrounds candidates qualify these exams such as engineering, medical, commerce etc, so in case you want to have a back plan if you're not completely sure at this moment, you can choose it, and later on you can appear for upsc.
Best books for UPSC to become and IAS officer ?
Here are list of some most important books:-
For IAS prelims
For IAS mains
History, Indian Heritage & Culture
Polity & International Relations
what group should I choose in 11th cbse to achieve IAS
If your focus is only directed towards appearing for UPSC exam, then it's best you go ahead with humanities stream, so you can choose subjects as per your preference, for example with UPSC it helps if you do your graduation in subjects like political science, public administration, history, geography, economics, even law is great choice, as there is overlap of general studies with optional papers as well, however I would like to emphasis if you're not sure and you want to go for back up plans such as medical, commerce, engineering etc you can go ahead with option also, in upsc people from diverse backgrounds qualify this exam, so let's say you're not sure, and you're an engineering aspirant, you can go ahead with BTech, and also earn few years of experience if you want to explore your domain further and after that also you can appear for UPSC, there are candidates who have had relevant years of work experiences and then appeared for UPSC, so the choice differs from person to person, and one thing remember that no matter which stream you choose in 11th or graduation, you'll be eligible to appear for UPSC as there is no set criteria of belonging to specific stream, but yes the subject combinations at 10+2 and graduation of humanities do help to a large extent.
I want to become an IAS what I Should do from 11th
If you want to become IAS then first of all you need to complete your graduation in any discipline from a recognized university, and you can also apply in final year, you need to be 21 years old as well, 11th is too early to start the preparation, right now your focus should be on studies and thinking more about what discipline you want to pursue your graduation, if you choose humanities then it'll become comparatively easier to deal with as you'll anyway covering the core part of UPSC syllabus, some of the things which you can do initiate the preparation is firstly be acquainted with the syllabus, go through it and previous year paper to understand what are the demands of exam, what all areas are to cover while studying, start off with NCERTs and the move towards other standard books and keep resources limited, revision is the key here, this is something you can do in gradual manner from college itself, but it isn't recommended at all that you go through these steps right now as you're in 11th, so focus on studies and doing well in it.
I have just passed my 10 class now I am in delima to choose my stream I am quiet good in Maths but I want to become IAS or cds so will it be good option to choose PCM or I should go for humanities?
For IAS and CDS, it is necessary to complete graduation. However according to the criteria for CDS, it is mandatory for a student to have a degree in Engineering along with physics and mathematics as mandatory subjects in Class 12th specially for Air force. Thus, it is suggested for you to take PCM in 12th as it will keep your options for all the career possibilities.
You can refer these links for UPSC CDS and UPSC IAS for more detailed information: https://competition.careers360.com/exams/cds
I hope this helped you.