UPSC IAS Mains 2016 Notification: Results Delayed

Recently a notification has been out for the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) IAS (Indian Administrative Services). As per the notification released, the result for the Mains Examination has been delayed. Now it is expected that the result for the same will be out till mid of February, 2017. Candidate are advised to keep check the official website of UPSC i.e. www.upsc.gov.in. The examination was successfully conducted from December 3rd to December 9th 2016 in two sessions throughout the country. Exam for the morning session was held from 9:30 till 12 noon. Session two was held from 2 pm till…

Gaping holes in the safety net

Source : The Hindu Insurance, both state-sponsored and private, does not cover everything and certain segments of the population have neither. Between August 2014, when Suresh* was diagnosed with leukaemia, and now his family has spent over Rs. 10 lakh. Their home and land were sold for less than it was worth, says Pushpa*, Suresh’s mother. Now, while mother, son and daughter live in a room behind a private hospital in Chennai for Rs. 700 a day, the father lives alone in their village, selling cloth. “We had no awareness about insurance coverage and did not have a policy,” says…

Upper Age Limit of UPSC IAS Exam Likely to Cut Down to 26 Years

An expert panel has recommended a reduction in the upper-age limit of candidates aspiring to get into India’s prestigious civil services exam. The implementations will reap in significant change in the civil service exam test.   Though recommendations have been made by the UPSC expert panel, but final decision rests with the Government. The upper age is relaxed by five years for candidates from the scheduled caste and scheduled tribes while those from other backward classes get a three-year relaxation. Disabled candidates get an additional 10-year cut. Several panels have advocated a upper-age reduction but successive governments have raised it…

CSAT – Know Strategies & Books to Crack IAS

Disha publication keeps receiving queries and requests from students to guide them and provide them with preparation tips and study material for CSAT exam. Students often get diverted while preparing for IAS exam. CSAT exam is the most sought in India and lakhs of aspirants appear for this top notch exam in India. UPSC assure to appoint the most deserving candidates with higher dimensions of intelligentsia and great se3nse of responsibility. It is important to have multiple qualities along with over all knowledge of various sectors to enable one to hold the onus of such a great responsibility. Disha publication…

Tips & Tricks to Crack UPSC 2016

Upsc exam 2016 preparation is the most crucial action for the aspirant preparing for civil services. CSAT is going to be held in August , 2016. It is time to be ready with the tips to do well in upcoming Exam. Disha publication shares with you tips and tricks to do well in IAS prelim that carries  CSAT paper 1 and CSAT paper 2.   1. Clear your basics: It is the issue of primary importance. It required to bring clarity in concept rather than simply cramming the data. The IAS prelims exam 2016 is just two months away. Candidates must…

How to Prepare for IAS 2016?

UPSC (Union Public Service Commission) examination is a step towards bureaucracy. The exam itself is hard nut to crack. The aspirants for the exams have to be theoretically, strategically and psychologically geared. In the discussion to follow we will discuss the modus operandi to prepare for the UPSC exam 2016: To begin with the preliminary examination you must be aware that IAS Preliminary exam has General studies and CSAT (Civil Services Aptitude test). The general study (CSAT Paper 1) is inclusive of generally everything that has happened or is happening around and Aptitude test checks ones logic and reasoning. One…

UPSC delays the release of official notification on IAS/IFS

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has delayed the release of official notification for IAS/IFS examination that was scheduled to be conducted on August 7, 2016. The candidates are advised to keep visiting the official website www.upsc.gov.in for registration process. The registration will start from May 20, 2016. The aspirants are required to submit their applications on the same day. There would be three levels of the examination.  Preliminary exam  Main exam  Personality test. All the aspirants will get only six attempts to clear the examination, except for ST/SC, this policy will not be applicable. Eligibility Criteria:…
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