UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020 - Check Prelims & Mains Test Centres Here
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020 - UPSC has released the list of IAS 2020 exam centres along with the official notification. The exam centres of IAS 2020 is different for prelims and main. UPSC IAS Prelims 2020 will be held in 74 test cities and the Civil Services Main exam will be conducted at 51 cities only. Candidates must fill the UPSC IAS exam centres 2020 preference for both prelims and mains while filling the application. UPSC IAS exam centres will be allotted based on first-come-first-serve-basis. Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) was to conduct the UPSC IAS 2020 Prelims on May 31 but due to the lockdown period imposed to combat COVID 19, the date is expected to be changed. New dates will be shared on June 5. As per the IAS exam dates 2020, the mains exam will commence from July 19. To know more about UPSC IAS exam centres 2020, candidates must go through the article below.
Latest: UPSC Preliminary exam 2020 has been postponed due to COVID 19 pandemic. New dates will be shared by the Commission on June 5.
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020
The list of exam centres of IAS 2020 contains the venues for the following two stages:
Prelims exam centres 2020
Mains exam centres 2020
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020 - Preliminary Exam
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UPSC IAS 2020 Exam Centres - Mains Exam
The authorities have released a separate list of mains exam centres of UPSC IAS 2020. As per UPSC IAS 2020, the mains exam will be conducted at selected centres at 51 cities across the country. The table below contains the exam centres of UPSC IAS 2020 for the mains exam.
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020
UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020 - Important Instructions
Allotment of UPSC IAS exam centres 2020 will be done on the "first-apply-first allot"basis.
Candidates must reach the allotted exam centres of UPSC IAS at least 90 minutes before the commencement of the exam.
No electronic equipment will be allowed inside the exam centres.
Candidates must carry the admit card and any of the original photo identity proof issued by the State or Central Government.
UPSC IAS 2020 exam centres once allotted cannot be changed at any cost later on.
The exam conducting authorities released the application form in online mode on February 12. The last date to fill the application form was March 3. Candidates who meet IAS eligibility criteria, were able to fill the application form within the allotted time frame. Along with filling the application form, general and OBC male candidates must also pay an application fee of Rs 100 in online mode. Candidates have to fill three preferences of UPSC IAS exam centres 2020 in the online form.
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Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020 - Check Prelims & Mains Test Centres Here
Question: Can I change my exam centre if my preference changes by the time of the prelims exam?
No, you will not be able to change the exam centre of UPSC IAS once it is allotted to you.
Question: Will I get the same exam centre which I will opt in the application form?
Yes, you will be allotted the UPSC IAS exam 2020 as per your preferences provided you fill the UPSC IAS form at its earliest since the exam centres will be allotted on the "first-apply-first allot"basis.
Question: What if I reach the centre after the reporting time, but before the commencement of the exam ?
You will not be allowed to appear for the exam if you reach the exam centre after the reporting time. To avoid such a situation, it is advised to reach the exam centres at least 90 minutes before the commencement of the examination.
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i am a student from biology stream i wish to become an ias which degree can i prefer
For becoming an IAS officer there is no restriction of degree choice , you can choose any degree of your own choice but remember one thing that is all the degrees you choose must be a graduation degree eg - BA , BSc , BTech , MBBS etc even students having post graduation degree can appear in UPSC exam . So any degree is preferable but must be atleast graduation because that is a necessary condition for eligibility .
But it is a general perception of taking BA in social sciences as questions are asked majorly from these subjects but you can have any degree of your own choice and then opt for exam . But for exam you must have knowledge about Indian History , Political Science , Indian Geography , General Studies and Current affairs , so apart from degree programs of your own choice you can join online coachings or coachings near by your college or even prepare on your own through different books , websites and YouTube etc.
Here is links which tells you about Eligibility criteria and exam pattern based on which you can make your decision :-
Hope this will help .
Should a 11th class student start preparing for UPSC ( IAS ) from 11th class ownwards itself or from college ownwards ?
Hi Raghav ! UPSC has got a vast syllabus ,but basics are always important . I would advise you to study sincerely whatever is there in course . But don't sweat it. Just cover the syllabus in your course properly.
During the final year of graduation , you can start preparing for the exam in a structured manner. Now if your basics are strong , it would prove to be the brownie point for you , as you would only have to brush them up , and focus on learning the new content more.
Hope my answer would clear your doubt.
what can I do after d pharma to be An IAS office
With D pharma which is a diploma you are not eligible for UPSC or IAS examination as to be eligible for UPSC one needs to be graduate so the first thing you need to do to become an IAS officer is do graduation in any subject or discipline based on your interest and then you need to appear in one of the toughest examination called UPSC, and it has 3 stages which are listed below :-
The first stage of the exam is Preliminary examination (objective )
The second stage, Mains (written).
If you manage to clear both prelims and mains then you are to go through interview/personality test .
And if you managed to clear all the three rounds mentioned above, then congratulations you may become an ias officer
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After d pharmacy we can make IAS officer
D Pharmacy is a year Diploma Degree and for appearing for UPSC, you need to have a Bachelor's degree in any discipline with a minimum duration of 3 years. It can be B.Sc or BA. But it cannot be Diploma course. So if UPSC is your goal, you should pursue atleast a 3 year Bachelor's degree.