UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2022 - Check Test Cities List Here
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2022 - The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) provides the list of UPSC IAS 2022 exam centres in the official notification of IAS 2022. Candidates can check the list of UPSC IAS 2022 exam centres on the official website - upsc.gov.in. At the time of the UPSC IAS application form filling process, applicants are expected to choose the IAS exam centres 2021 as per their choice. UPSC provides the UPSC IAS exam centres separately for the prelims and mains stage of UPSC IAS 2022 exam. Last year, UPSC provided the option to make changes in the UPSC IAS exam centre 2022. To know more about the IAS exam centres 2022 details, read the full article below.
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UPSC CSE Exam Centres 2022: 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 - 77
Mains - 24
Mode of exam
Stage of exam
UPSC IAS Prelims Exam Centres 2022
The UPSC IAS prelims exam centres 2022 will be mentioned in the official notification PDF. Candidates need to make selection regarding IAS exam centres 2022 out of 77 exam cities where UPSC IAS prelims exam is scheduled to be conducted. The exact UPSC IAS 2022 exam centre allocation will be mentioned in the UPSC IAS admit card 2022. However, the UPSC IAS exam centres will be allocated on the first-come-first serve basis. Check the list of exam centres of UPSC IAS 2022 in the table given below.
IAS 2022 prelims exam centres
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UPSC IAS Mains Exam Centres 2022
The UPSC IAS 2022 exam centres for the mains stage need to be filled while filling the detailed application form of UPSC IAS 2022. 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 2022. Check the list of IAS exam centres for the mains stage in the table given below.
IAS Mains exam centres
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2022 - Check important instructions to be followed
UPSC provides the important instructions that should be followed at the IAS exam centres 2022. The key instructions also include the COVID-19 guidelines that need to be strictly adhered. Check the important guidelines mentioned below.
Any kind of unethical behaviour at the UPSC IAS 2022 test centre will not be accepted and may lead to 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 2022.
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 2022 along with the valid photo id proof to the UPSC IAS 2022 exam centres.
Guidelines to be followed at UPSC IAS 2022 prelims exam centres
Those who are not carrying an admit card are not allowed to enter the UPSC IAS exam centres 2022.
At the entrance of UPSC IAS exam centre, the room numbers according to the roll numbers will be mentioned.
At the exam centre of UPSC IAS 2022, Candidates need to sit at their allocated seat only.
Instructions to be followed at the UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2022 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 2022.
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 2022
UPSC will release the UPSC IAS application form 2022 in online mode on the official website tentatively by the first week of February 2022. While filling the application form, it is important to fill the choice of the UPSC IAS exam centres 2022 along with all the other basic information.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2022 - Check Test Cities List Here
Question: Who provides the list of UPSC IAS exam centres 2022?
The UPSC IAS exam centre list will be released by the UPSC.
Question: How can I check the details about the IAS exam centres?
Candidates can check the list of UPSC IAS 2022 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 2022 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 2022 preliminary examination will be conducted tentatively at 174 exam centres while the mains will be held in approximately 76 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 2022?
Candidates need to choose the UPSC IAS exam centres 2022 during the application procedure.
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Questions related to UPSC Civil Services Exam
if I become an IAS officer what should I do after 12th pass
Dear Student ,
If you want to become an IAS officer , follow the roadmap below after 10+2 :
- Pursue Graduation in any of your preferred subject
- Keep aware about current affairs and static GK
- Keep consistency in your studies, try to understand the UPSC syllabus at first
- Develop your thought about implementing the India in different ways, as you're an aspirant of becoming a civil servant
- Try to study by yourself in Home
- In your last year of graduation , start preparing of prelims exam based on the syllabus
To know more about UPSC preparation , refer to this link:
Hope this helps !
ias upse syllabus complete information
Dear aspirant hope you are doing well. To get a complete syllabus pdf on upsc.click on the link below for complete details about eligibility criteria, previous years question paper, details information about exam, preparation strategy, name of important books in details. Hope it's helpful for you.
Hello everyone, can u suggest me what are the books we should read to crack upsc civil services exams? for becoming an IAS officer??!
For cracking UPSC Civil Services exams, my book recommendation will be-
Geography Ncert books of class 11&12, Gc leone(it stresses more on Maps ,Application based questions)
You need to focus more and more on physical, political maps of India, World
Modern History- NCERT BOOKS
Polity- Lakshmikant is the best book in this subject.
Ancient &Medieval- Ncert book
Art& Culture- Fine arts(NCERT)
Nitin Sihangia (Selected topics are preferred from this book)
Along with the books, Read newspaper everyday along with monthly magazine
Solve aptitude from RS Agrawal books and solve previous year question papers.
This is my recommendation after seeing many pro insights of IAS officers.
Hope it helps! All the best!
Currently persuing my BCA in online mode in Chandigarh University ! So can i appear for UPSC or any other state civil service Exam ?
Hope you are doing well.
Since the minimum educational qualification for UPSC is a bachelor's degree. It is important to have a bachelor's qualification. Even those candidates who have written the final year exams of the qualifying exam (bachelor's degree) and are awaiting results can apply. so if you are in the final semester or had written the final exams can apply for the UPSC exam.
Hope this information is useful. Feel Free to ask any other queries.
please tell me about IAS CSE exam and its syllabus
>>>>>>>> WHAT IS UPSC CSE?
UPSC civil services examination is the examination through which one can get into services like IAS, IPS, IFS etc.
UPSC eligibility criteria is provided below:-
******** You must have a bachelor's degree in any, discipline from a recognised university.
******** Minimum age limit :- you need to be at least 21 years old to be eligible as on 1st of August of the year of filling the form i. e as on 1st August 2021 for UPSC 2021.
******** Maximum age limit :- 32 years , also there's 3 year relaxation on upper age limit for obc and of 5 years for sc/st category.
********Attempt limit:- The maximum of times one can appear in UPSC is given below category wise :-
General/ EWS - 6
OBC or General PwD - 9
SC/ ST - No limit , can appear till upper age limit .
For detailed information related to UPSC eligibility criteria , you can visit our page at
Your UPSC civil services examination consists of three stages
******** prelims exam
******** Mains exam.
Your prelims exam consist of 2 papers: -
---------) general studies 1 :- You have History, Indian Polity, Geography, Environment, Current Affairs, Science and technology, etc.
--------) general studies II ( csat ) :- You have :-Reasoning, Maths, English, Hindi, etc.
UPSC papers( Prelims)
GS Paper I
----------)General issues on Biodiversity and Climate Change
---------)Current events of national and international importance.
---------)Economic and Social Development
---------)Indian Polity and Governance
---------)Indian and World Geography
---------)Art and culture
---------)Ancient history, etc.
GS Paper II(csat)
-------)Comprehension (english and hindi)
---------)Interpersonal skills including communication skills
---------)Fill in the blanks (english and hindi)
---------)Decision making and problem-solving
---------)Questions on General mental ability
---------)numbers and their relations, basic numeracy - orders of magnitude, (10th level)
---------)Data interpretation - graphs, charts, data sufficiency, tables etc.( 10th level)
It is descriptive /written examination . There are a total of 9 papers which are listed below:-
---------)GS-I :- You have
*indian heritage and culture
*History and geography of the world and society
--------)GS-II :- it includes
*Social Justice and International Relations.
--------) GS-III :- it includes
*Security and Disaster Management
--------) GS-IV :- it has
---------) compulsory indian language paper
---------) english paper
---------) essay paper
---------) optional I paper
---------) optional II paper
You can choose any of the language included in the 8th Schedule of Indian Constitution for compulsory indian language paper and also select optional subject of your choice from the available list of subjects.
The compulsory indian language and english are qualifying in nature . You just need to qualify them. The marks obtained by you in these two papers will not be counted towards merit list.
You can get complete UPSC civil services examination syllabus for both PRELIMS & MAINS by visiting our page in the link for which is provided below:-