The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has released the civil services exam notification 2016 on April 27, 2016. The Civil Services Examination is conducted by the UPSC annually for recruitment to the prestigious Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS) and Indian Police Service (IPS), among others. The notification contains all the important information such asUPSC syllabus, exam pattern, eligibility, number of vacancies, procedure to apply etc.
The Civil Services Notification was released with some delay. “The civil services examination, 2016 (and the Indian Forest Service (Preliminary) examination, 2016), scheduled to be notified on April 23, 2016, will be notified later,” the UPSC said in a note issued on Monday.
Important Information in Civil Services Exam Notification 2016
- CSE prelims exam: 7 August 2016
- Online applications open on: 27 April 2016
- Last date of online application: 27 May 2016
- Apply online at upsconline.nic.in
- Expected total number of vacancies: 1079
There is no change in UPSC Syllabus 2016 & Pattern
- There is no change in the structure of the exam
- GS Paper II or CSAT is qualifying (33% marks)
- There is no change in the syllabus
- There is no change in the optionals
- No change in age-limit & attempts
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