Civil Service examination is conducted all across India annually in three stages mainly preliminary, mains and interview. The candidates who successfully qualify these stages are selected for most prestigious jobs in India that are Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS). Civil Services exam is considered to be toughest exam held in India. Every year lakh of candidates appear for this exam, however, only few thousands are selected.
Candidates wish to join civil service need to study for hours. Hard work and dedication is the only option for civil service aspirants. Since it is a national level examination conducted by UPSC, it is conducted only in two languages i.e English and Hindi. The theory exam is usually conducted in two stages; preliminary and main. Preliminary exam is based on objective type questions whereas the mains exam is based on conventional type. Successful candidates are called for interview. The candidates need to be a graduate from any recognized university in order to sit for this exam.
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However, concerning the civil services examination, the Central Government has received many issues. Minister of State for Personnel Mr. Jitendra Singh has submitted a written note to Rajya Sabha regarding some matters related to Civil Services examination, which includes relaxation in maximum age limit and setting of question paper in regional languages.
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An expert committee is to be set in order to look into these matters. The main aim of this committee would be considering issues regarding age relaxation, eligibility, syllabus, pattern and language in which examination is to be conducted. It is expected that the solution to these problems will be out soon and hope it will favor candidates appearing for this exam.