UPSC IAS Exam Centres 2020 has been released by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) along with the notification PDF on February 12 in the form of PDF at its official website - upsc.gov.in. UPSC IAS 2020 exam centres contain separate venues for the prelims and the mains exam. The exam centres of UPSC IAS 2020 contain the list of 74 venus wherein the prelims exam will be held. However, the mains exam of UPSC IAS is to be held at 51 cities only. Candidates must go through UPSC IAS exam centres 2020 and choose their desired venue for both prelims and the mains exam. UPSC IAS 2020 exam for the prelims stage is scheduled to be held on May 31. As per the exam dates of IAS, the mains exam will commence from September 18. The selection of UPSC IAS 2020 exam centres can be done while filling the IAS application form. The intimation regarding the allotment of exam centres of UPSC IAS will be given to the candidates while filling the application form. To know more about UPSC IAS exam centres 2020, candidates must go through the article below.Latest: UPSC IAS Admit Card 2020 will be released by UPSC on March 28 in the form of PDF!
The list of exam centres of UPSC IAS 2020 contains the venues for the following two stages:
Prelims exam centres 2020
Mains exam centres 2020
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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
The exam conducting authorities have released the application form of UPSC IAS 2020 in online mode on February 12. The last date to fill the application form is March 3. Candidates who will meet IAS eligibility criteria, can 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 successfully filling the application form will be issued UPSC IAS admit card which candidates have to bring on the day of examination.
Allotment of UPSC IAS exam centres 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.
No, you will not be able to change the exam centre of UPSC IAS once it is allotted to you.
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.
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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All The Best as you have a dream to become an IAS . I suggest you to take B.Sc as there is science stream in your class 11 and 12 . You have many opportunities as you can do M.Sc or PhD after doing B.Sc . You have an opportunity if you fail to achieve your dream of an IAS officer . If you don't get selected for IAS then you have a chance of becoming professor .
Dream to become an IAS but have an other option also in your career . You should work very hard to become an IAS . But concentrate on your degree as Degree is most crucial to become an IAS as without a degree you are not supposed to write the prelims exam .
Hope this helps you .
Hello Aspirant !
I will suggest you to first choose wisely your undergraduate and start preparing from starting itself.
Then , choose your subjects according to your preparation and interest that what subject you will take as an optional subject in your exams
Many people go for subjects in ART stream like bachelor of art with subject like geography , history , political science etc according to your interest .
Also , you can try for humanities.
Hope it helps , if you have further query please feel free to ask !
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