UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2023 - Check Test Cities List Here
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2023 - The Union Public Service Commission will release the list of UPSC IAS 2023 exam centres in the official notification. UPSC Civil services 2023 exam for prelims will be conducted on May 28, 2023. Last year, the authorities has added two new UPSC CSE Exam Centres 2023 for the prelims exam which leads to an increase in the total number of exam centres from 77 to 79.
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At the time of the UPSC IAS 2023 application form filling process, applicants have to choose the IAS exam centres 2023 as per their choice. UPSC provides the UPSC IAS exam centres separately for the prelims and mains stage of UPSC IAS 2023 exam. UPSC will provide a chance to edit or modify the details in the application form. However, the request for the change in the UPSC Civil Services 2023 exam centres will be done based on a first-come-first-serve basis. To know more about the IAS exam centres 2023 details, read the full article below.
UPSC CSE Exam Centres 2023: Overview
Name of the exam
UPSC Civil Services Examination (UPSC CSE)
Union Public Service Commission
Mode of application form
Number of IAS exam centres
Prelims - 79
Mains - 24
Mode of exam
Stage of exam
UPSC IAS Prelims Exam Centres 2023
The UPSC IAS prelims 2023 exam centres will be mentioned in the official notification PDF. Candidates need to make a selection regarding IAS exam centres 2023 out of 79 exam cities where the UPSC IAS prelims exam will be conducted on May 28, 2023. The exact UPSC IAS 2023 exam centre allocation will be mentioned in the UPSC IAS admit card 2023. Check the list of exam centres of UPSC IAS 2023 (previous year) in the table given below.
IAS 2023 prelims exam centres
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UPSC IAS Mains Exam Centres 2023
The UPSC IAS 2023 exam centres for the main stage need to be filled while filling the detailed application form of UPSC IAS 2023. Candidates who will get qualified at the prelims stage are eligible for the UPSC IAS mains examination. It is mandatory to follow all the important guidelines for UPSC IAS exam centres 2023. Check the list of IAS exam centres for the mains stage (previous year's) in the table given below.
IAS Mains exam centres 2023
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UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2023 - Check important instructions to be followed
UPSC provides the important instructions that should be followed at the IAS exam centres 2023. The key instructions also include the COVID-19 guidelines that need to strictly adhere. Check the important guidelines mentioned below.
Any kind of unethical behaviour at the UPSC IAS 2023 test centre will not be accepted and may lead to the disqualification of the candidate.
It is important for candidates to reach the IAS exam centres at least 90 minutes before the scheduled time mentioned in the admit card of IAS 2023.
Students need to maintain social distancing and other safety guidelines at the test centre of UPSC.
If the candidate is carrying any baggage, they need to keep that at their own risk.
Candidates must bring the UPSC IAS admit card 2023 along with the valid photo id proof to the UPSC IAS 2023 exam centres.
Guidelines to be followed at UPSC IAS 2023 prelims exam centres
Those who are not carrying an admit card are not allowed to enter the UPSC IAS exam centres 2023.
At the entrance of UPSC IAS exam centre 2023, the room numbers according to the roll numbers will be mentioned.
At the exam centre of UPSC IAS 2023, Candidates need to sit at their allocated seat only.
Instructions to be followed at the UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2023 at the time of mains exam
Candidates who clear the prelims test and go on to the mains must remember to bring the fully authenticated Preliminary Exam call letter, a valid copy of ID proof, and the Main Exam call letter to the UPSC IAS main exam 2023.
Candidates must also bring one passport-size photograph, as well as an authenticated/stamped call letter for the preliminary test and an authenticated/stamped photocopy of their ID proof.
After the conclusion of the UPSC IAS exam, candidates are expected to maintain the discipline. Do not rush.
UPSC IAS Application Form 2023
UPSC will release the UPSC IAS application form 2023 in online mode on February 1 on the official website. While filling the UPSC CSE 2023 application form, it is important to fill the choice of the UPSC IAS exam centres 2023 along with all the other basic information.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2023 - Check Test Cities List Here
Question: Who provides the list of UPSC IAS exam centres 2023?
The UPSC IAS exam centre list will be released by the UPSC on February 1, 2023.
Question: How can I check the details about the IAS exam centres?
Candidates will check the list of UPSC IAS 2023 exam centres in the official notification PDF available on the official website.
Question: What time am I expected to reach the UPSC IAS exam centre?
In order to avoid any last minute hassle, candidates are advised to reach the test centre at least an hour before the closure of the gates.
Question: What are the documents that I need to carry with me to the test centre?
Along with the UPSC IAS 2023 admit card, one needs to carry with them a valid photo identity proof as well as a passport size photograph.
Question: What is the total number of UPSC IAS exam centres. Is it the same for the prelims and the mains?
The UPSC IAS 2023 preliminary examination will be conducted in 79 exam cities while the mains will be held in 24 exam cities.
Question: Is there an option to change the UPSC IAS exam centres?
Last year, UPSC provided the option to make changes in choice of IAS exam centres.
Question: When will I get to know about the room number where I can appear for the exam?
Candidates will be informed about the lab number at the entrance of the UPSC IAS exam centre.
Question: How can I choose my exam centres for the IAS exam 2023?
Candidates need to choose the UPSC IAS exam centres 2023 during the application procedure.
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Questions related to UPSC CSE
Is commerce students eligible to become an IAS officer?
Candidate who has a Bachelor's degree (BA, B.Com, B.Sc, BBA, BCA, B.Tech etc.) 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 from recognised university is eligible to give UPSC IAS exam. Candidates between the age group of 21 to 32 years with a graduation degree are eligible to apply for the UPSC IAS exam. Union Public Service Commission will release the UPSC IAS 2023 eligibility criteria in its official IAS 2023 notification.
can state group1 qualified members can become ias.? y to give upsc again.. .both the ways are there to become an ias. so, what is the difference between those.? "
The State Services officer( Group-1 officers) are also eligible to become CONFERRED IAS OFFICERS.
The State Administrative Service personnel who belong to Group-1, which includes Revenue and non-Revenue officers, are chosen to become Conferred IAS or Promotee IAS.
The SELECTION COMMITTEE, which is headed by the UPSC Chairman or one of its members, will choose the IAS officers who have been conferred based on a set of qualifying requirements from a seniority list that is annually compiled by the relevant State Government. The same as with Direct Recruited IAS, the UPSC will grant the conferred IAS officers a Batch year.
The state's overall awarded IAS cadre strength may not be greater than 33% of the total IAS strength.
Their career path is as follows: Joint Collector --- Collector----DM-Secretary--- Principal Secretary. Those who are chosen as deputy collectors between the ages of 21 and 24 can advance to the state's Principal Secretary Cadre after receiving the IAS designation after 10 to 12 years.
In simple, through upsc you can become ias in small time but through group 1 , it takes lot pf years to reach that post.
is class notes written during vision ias classes good or printed material of vision ias good n enough for upsc 2023 preparation??
The printed material of VisionIAS is extremely good. They are prepared by experts of the coaching institute and cover each and every topic comprehensively. The printed material is updated with important current affairs.
The class notes of Vision IAS focuses both on Prelims and Mains. Through these notes aspirants can make well answers for mains purpose. The notes provided by some of the faculty is as good that candidates even don't need to rely on other sources.
I would also advise to complete the NCERTs of 6th-12th within few days and do not try to cram.
So, printed material and Vision IAS classroom notes are sufficient to score. But keep updating your notes through Newspaper so that your notes are not outdated.
Hope it helps.
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my date of birth is 21.09.1987 my question is, as iam eligible for ias exam in the upconing year 2023
To attempt IAS exam the minimum age limit is 21. As of August 1 the candidate should be 21 years old.
The maximum age limit to attempt IAS exam is vary based on category.
The maximum age limit for SC and ST is 37 years.
The maximum age limit for OBC category is 35 years.
The maximum age limit for general category is 32 years.
Based on the category you belongs to you can know whether you are eligible or not.
The maximum age is also calculated as on August 1st.
You will be of 36 years old in the year 2023. There is only chance for SC and ST category.
Hope it will be helpful
Can I do U.P.S.C preparation with B.D.S course?
Hope you are doing great. Graduation in any stream is a requirement for taking the UPSC exam. So, a dental graduate is qualified to take the UPSC exam. They have a slight disadvantage because none of the dental-related subjects are on the curriculum. The degree like MBBS, BMS, BHMS, or BDS from any medical college is eligible to take the UPSC CSE examination; however, you must have graduated from any stream and from any recognized university.
You can refer the below link for more details:
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