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Last updated on January 12th, 2019 at 11:57 am LATEST UPDATES: UPSC has started releasing e admit cards of CDS Exam 1/2019 which are available from 11 January 2019 till 03 Feb 2019 i.e. date of examination. To down load the e admit card . please log on: https://upsconline.nic.in/eadmitcard/admitcard_CDSI_2019/ Introduction […] The post UPSC CDS 2019: Exam Dates, Application Form, Eligibility, Admit Card Released FROM 11 JAN,Result,Answer Key appeared first on...
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UPSC or Union Public Service Commission conducts the CDS or Combined Defense Services exam twice a year, categorized as CDS 1 and CDS 2. It is a national level exam, conducted to recruit eligible people for the defense services of the country. CDS grants admission in Indian Naval Academy, Indian Military Academy, Officers’ Training Academy, Air Force Academy. The expected release date of official notification of CDS 2019 is around the 2nd week of November 2018 for CDS 1 and around the 2nd week of August 2019 for CDS 2.
List of Contents:
Following are some important dates (tentative) to be remembered for CDS 2019 Examination:
|Event||Dates for CDS 1||Dates for CDS 2|
|Release of Official Notification||31 October 2018||2nd week of August 2019|
|Beginning of Registration||31 October 2018||2nd week of August 2019|
|Closing of Registration||26 November 2018 up to 6 PM||1st week of September 2019|
|CDS Admit Card 2019||11 January 2019 on wards and up to 03 Feb 2019||1st week of October 2019|
|CDS Exam 2019 Date||03 February 2019||1st week of November 2019|
|CDS Result 2019||May, 2019 (Tentative)||February, 2020|
CDS 2019 Exam Date
The CDS exam 2019 (1) is expected be held in the first week of February 2019. he CDS exam 2019 (2) is expected be held in the first week of November 2019.
Mode of Examination
The CDS 2019 is a pen and paper based offline mode of exam. OMR sheets shall be used as Answer sheet. Candidates must use only Black ball pen for both writing and marking answers. Use of pencil and ink pen is prohibited.
Medium of Examination
The CDS 2019 examination is bilingual, that is, it will be conducted in two languages – English and Hindi.
EXAMINATION CENTERS (CDS1/2019)
Examination will be held on the following centers:2
1 Agartala 9 Chennai 17 Itanagar 25 Kohima 33 Port Blair 41 Tirupati
2 Ahmedabad 10 Cuttack 18 Jaipur 26 Kolkata 34 Raipur 42 Udaipur
3 Aizawa 11Dehradun 19 Jammu 27 Lucknow 35 Ranchi 43 Visakhapatnam
4 Allahabad 12 Delhi 20 Jorhat 28 Madurai 36 Sambalpur
5 Benglurul 13 Dharwad 21 Jaipur 29 Mumbai 37 Shillong
6 Barelley 14 Gangtok 22 Jammu 30 Nagpur 38 Shimla
7 Bhopal 15 Hyderabad 23 Jorhat 31 Panaji 39 Srinagar
8 Chandigarh 16 Imphal 24 Kochi 32 Patna 40 Thiruvananthapuram
Note(i) Allotment of centre will be on first apply first allot basis. Once capacity of one particular centre is attained, same shall be frozen.
(ii) Examination conducting body reserves the right to change the centre of examination at their discretion if, situation demands.
Total vacancies are 417 (Tentative). For detailed break up, refer notification released by UPSC dated 31 October 2018.
CDS 1/2019 Eligibility Criteria
The Eligibility Criteria for CDS 2019 Examination is:
Candidate must belong to either of the following categories to be eligible for CDS 1/ 2019:
The candidates should be unmarried to be eligible for CDS 1/2019.
(i) For IMA & Indian Naval Academy: Unmarried male candidate
(ii) For Air Force Academy: candidate below 25 Years of age must be unmarried. Marriage is not permitted during training. Married candidates above 25 years are eligible to apply but during training neither they will be provided the married accommodation nor allowed to live with family out of premises.
Note : Male divorcee/ widower aspirant candidates shall not be treated as un-married male for the purpose of admission in IMA/INA &, accordingly , they are not eligible for these courses.
Notes: (i) Graduates with first choice as Army/Navy/Air Force are to submit proof of graduation or provisional degree on the date of commencement of interview at SSB.
(ii) Candidates who are studying in final year/ final semester of any required degree course ( as per laid down qualification norms) & yet to pass the degree can also apply provided candidate should not any backlog up to the last semester / year for which result has been declared.
Candidates must by physically (as per laid down norms) and mentally fit.
(For CDS 1/ 2019)
For CDS 2/ 2019
The fee for CDS 2019 application form is Rs. 200 only for the male general candidates while female candidates and the candidates from the reserved categories (i.e.SC/ST) are exempted from payment of the fee. OBC applicants are not exempted & to pay full fees.
Documents to be Uploaded
The following documents must be kept at hand while filling the CDS 2019 application form:
Steps of Applying
The broad steps for filling the CDS 2019 application form are as below: Visit the official website of UPSC,fill the required fields there, like name, father’s name, age, DOB, educational qualification, etc.
CDS Admit Card 2019
Regarding the CDS admit card 2019, note the following Points:
The CDS 2019 exam scheme is comprises of the following:-
(i) Written Examination.
(ii) Interview for intelligence and personality test of the such candidates called for the interview.
Indian Naval Academy (INA)
Air Force Academy (AFA)
|General Knowledge||100||2 hours|
|Elementary Mathematics||100||2 hours|
(ii) Duration of the examination will be 4 hours as per details tabulated below for:
Officers Training Academy (OTA).
|General Knowledge||100||2 hours|
NOTES: (i) Type of Questions: There will only be objective questions (MCQs).
(ii) Total Marks: The total marks are 300 (200 for OTA).
(iii) Question papers ( Test booklet) of General Knowledge and elementary mathematics will be
(ii) If, candidate given more than one answer of any one question, it will be treated wrong answer even if one answer is correct. Further, penalty ,as detailed in serial(i) above, will be applicable.
INTERVIEW FOR INTELLIGENCE AND PERSONALITY TEST
The test consists of two stages selection process:
Stage I : It comprises of Officer Intelligence Rating (OIR) and Picture Perception & Description Test (PP &DT) . Candidates will be short listed for Stage II test based on combination of performance of OIR Test and PP&DT.
Stage II: It comprises of Interview, Group Testing Officer Tasks, Psychology tests and the Conference. These tests will be conducted over 04 days.For details of these tests go on website: https://joinindianarmy.nic.in
Note: (i) Interview will be of 300 marks for IMA, INA & AFA and of 200 marks for OTA.
(ii) Performance of the candidate is assessed holistically based on above tests.
CDS 2019 Answer Key
Regarding CDS answer key 2019, note the following:
CDS 2019 Selection Procedure
About the CDS 2019 selection process, note the following:
(i) After the result declaration, the selection procedure of CDS 2019 will begin.
(ii) Candidates who declared qualified their written exam are required to register themselves on the RECRUITING DIRECTORATE website https://joinindianarmy.nic.in to receive call up for INTERVIEW.
(iii) The email ID registered on website www.joinindianarmy.nic.in and with UPSC should be same and unique.
(iv) Selected candidates will go for document verification and medical tests.
(v) The final merit list will be prepared based on the marks obtained by the candidates in their written test as well as on their performance in the SSB test. (vi) Final candidates will be selected on the basis of their written exam, interview, document verification and medical reports.
(vii) For more information, candidates may visit joinindianarmy.nic.in.
CDS Result 2019
Regarding the CDS result 2019, the following points may be noted:
CDS result 2019 is likely to be announced in the month of May 2019 for CDS 1 and in the month of February 2019 for CDS 2.
Following are some important links for CDS 2019 Examination:
|Application of Links||Links|
|CDS 2019 Official Brochure available at||http://www.upsc.gov.in/sites/default/files/Notice-CDS-I-2019-English.pdf
|CDS 2019 Official Login Portal||www.upsconline.nic.in|
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Introduction AFMC 2019 is an annually held admission process for M.B.B.S admissions to the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. The admissions are through a 03 stage process involving NEET UG scores, ToELR + PAT test (Screening Process) and Personal Interview. Based on the NEET UG 2019 Merit List, the candidates will be shortlisted for […] The post AFMC MBBS Admissions 2019 (AFMC 2019) appeared first on...
AFMC 2019 is an annually held admission process for M.B.B.S admissions to the prestigious Armed Forces Medical College, Pune. The admissions are through a 03 stage process involving NEET UG scores, ToELR + PAT test (Screening Process) and Personal Interview. Based on the NEET UG 2019 Merit List, the candidates will be shortlisted for TOELR (Test of English Language & Comprehension and Logical Reasoning), Psychological Assessment Test (PAT) and Personal Interview rounds. The official notification for AFMC MBBS 2019 is likely to be released in the 4th week of April 2019.
The schedule of AFMC MBBS admissions has been tabulated:
|AFMC Registration 2019 begins||4th week of April 2019|
|AFMC Registration 2019 ends||4th week of May 2019|
|Publication of Merit List (Based on NEET Scores)||1st week of July 2019|
|AFMC 2019 Screening Procedures (ToELR + PAT + PI)||2nd week of July 2019|
|Final list of selected candidates||1st week of August 2019|
|Reporting of selected candidates for admission||2nd week of August 2019|
|Reporting of wait-listed candidates subject to vacancy||4th week of August 2019|
The admission process shall be undertaken for a total of 145 seats at AFMC Pune campus. The division of these seats is as follows:
AFMC MBBS 2019 merit list shall be prepared on NTA National Eligibility cum Entrance Test 2019 scores.
Post the publication of merit list, screening process shall take place during the 2nd – 3rd week of July 2019. The screening process involves following tests:
AFMC 2019 ToELR and PAT shall be conducted as a Computer Based Test (CBT).
AFMC prescribes ENGLISH as the only medium for the examination.
AFMC MBBS 2019 comprises of following eligibility clauses:
Only Indian citizens are eligible to apply.
Candidate must be unmarried to be eligible to apply. Moreover, getting married during the course is not permitted.
Both male and female candidates can apply for AFMC MBBS 2019 Admissions.
Lower age limit is 17 years and Upper age limit is 24 years as on 31st Dec 2019.
Conclusively, an aspirant must have born between 1st January 1996 and 31st December 2002.
The candidate must have passed the 10+2 board examination with Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English subjects from a recognized educational board.
Candidate must have secured 60% marks in aggregate in PCB, with 50% marks in each subject, including English.
The candidate must have studied Mathematics as one of the subjects in 10th.
Only online applications are accepted for AFMC 2019.
AFMC 2019 application forms are likely to be available from the 2nd week of April 2019 for MBBS admissions.
Candidate can register online and fill the application by visiting the official website.
AFMC MBBS 2019 application fee can be paid only through the SBI Fee challan.
The course-wise application fee is tabulated below:
As stated before, AFMC MBBS application forms shall be available from 2nd week of April 2019.
However, based on last year’s portal, we have summarised the following steps:
Visit the official website and register using details such as Name, e-mail ID, mobile number, etc.
After successful registration, will be allotted an application ID and password for managing all future logins.
Also, post successful login, candidates are advised to complete their application form by providing all necessary details as indicated by fields.
Once the candidate has successfully filled the AFMC application form for MBBS, a fee payment challan will be generated. The candidate can pay the fee using the challan at any SBI branch.
On successful payment, the candidates need to print the e-receipt containing a reference number that may be noted for future reference.
The candidates can now submit the completed AFMC Application Form 2019.
Further, it is advised to take a print out of filled in Application Form for future reference.
Post the submission of application forms for AFMC 2019, a merit list shall be prepared, inviting students for following stages of selection:
Duration: The exam duration will be 30 minutes.
Type of Question: There will be objective type (MCQ)
Total Number of Questions: 40 MCQs
Total marks: 80
Marking Scheme: 2 marks will be awarded for each correct answer. 0.5 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer.
The scores of ToELR exam shall be added to NEET 2019 scores. Post this addition a normalised score shall be generated by dividing the scores with 4.
On completion of TOELR, the candidates will have to undergo Psychological Assessment Test and Personal Interview round to clear AFMC 2019.
A merit list will be prepared based on the candidates score in NEET, TOELR and Interview which will be published by the 1st week of August 2019.
The selected candidates who make it to the AFMC 2019 MBBS Merit list will be offered admissions into AFMC Pune campus. In case of vacancies, Waitlisted candidates will be allotted seats.
The candidates must visit the campus in person with all the necessary original documents to complete the admission process. Documents required at time of admission for AFMC MBBS 2019:
Application of link
|Official Website of AFMC Pune||http://www.afmc.nic.in/welcome.html|
|Admission Portal||(To be updated)|
Introduction UPSC NDA 2019 (National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination) is a national level recruitment examination conducted by the UPSC. The prestigious exam is conducted twice a year for recruitment of candidates in the 03 wings of Indian armed forces. Admission to NDA is a 2-stage process comprising of Written exam and SSB Interviews. […] The post UPSC National Defense Academy Entrance Exam – 2019 (NDA 2019) appeared first on...
UPSC NDA 2019 (National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination) is a national level recruitment examination conducted by the UPSC. The prestigious exam is conducted twice a year for recruitment of candidates in the 03 wings of Indian armed forces. Admission to NDA is a 2-stage process comprising of Written exam and SSB Interviews. The official notification for the NDA 01 2019 exam shall be released on 9th January 2019 while the notification for NDA 2019 (II) shall be available from 7th August 2019.
National Defence Academy (NDA) is a Joint Services Academy of the Indian Armed Forces located near Pune at Khadakwasla, Maharashtra. It is a military training institute where the cadets of the Army, Navy and Air Force train together before their pre-commissioning training. The National Defence Academy was commissioned in 1954 while it was inaugurated on 16th January 1955. Since the Academy was established, the alumni of NDA have fought and led in every major war and battle of the country. The alumni of NDA have amongst them many ParamVir Chakra and Ashoka Chakra recipients.
The schedule for NDA 2019 has been tabulated below.
|Availability of NDA 2019 (I) notification||9th January 2019|
|Closure of registrations||4th February 2019|
|NDA Admit Card 2019||4th week of March 2019|
|NDA Exam Date 2019||21st April 2019|
|NDA Result 2019||4th week of May 2019|
|Availability of NDA 2019 (II) notification||7th August 2019|
|Closing of application process||3rd September 2019|
|NDA Admit Card 2019||2nd week of October 2019|
|NDA Exam 2019 Date||17th November 2019|
|NDA Result 2019||4th week November 2019|
According to recently released UPSC Calendar, NDA 01 2019 shall be conducted on 21st April 2019.
As for NDA 02 2019, the entrance examination shall be conducted on 17th November 2019.
|NDA 2019 (I)||21st April 2019|
|NDA 2019 (II)||17th November 2019.|
Much like before, NDA exam shall be conducted in OFFLINE mode i.e. OMR Response sheets.
ENGLISH and HINDI are the prescribed languages for NDA 2019.
The general eligibility criteria for taking National Defense Academy entrance test has been stated below.
Candidate must either be:
The candidates must not be born before 2nd July 2001 and later than 1st July 2004.
Candidates must not be born before 2nd July 2002 and later than 1st July 2005.
Additionally, only unmarried male candidates can apply for the exam.
The candidate must have completed 10+2 pattern of School Education or an equivalent examination conducted by a State Education Board or a University.
The candidate must have completed 10+2 pattern of School Education or an equivalent conducted by a recognized education board. Additionally, the candidate must have studied Physics and Mathematics at the 10+2 level.
Candidates who are appearing in the qualifying exam can also apply for this examination.
The application portal for NDA form 2019 is currently closed.
The candidates can apply to the exam only through online applications.
The tentative release date for the NDA form 2019 (I) is 9th January 2019. The last date to apply for the exam is 4th February 2019.
To apply online for UPSC NDA 2019 (II), candidates can visit the application portal between 7th August 2019 and 3rd September 2019.
The candidates can pay the fees for NDA 2019 either online through Visa/MasterCard/Rupay Credit/Debit Card, or by using the net banking facility of State Bank of India.
Alternatively, they can also pay offline by depositing the money in any SBI branch by using the Pay-in-slip.
|Category||Fee (in INR)|
|Sons of JCOs/NCOs/ORs||Free|
Application forms for NDA 2019 (I) shall be available from 9th January 2019 till 4th February 2019.
Every UPSC conducted examination has two parts of the application form:
Visit the official UPSC applications portal to start your NDA 2019 registration. Choose NDA 2019 entrance exam.
Complete the Part I registration by providing the personal details, such as your name, nationality, and so on.
Further applicants need to enter their preferences among army, navy and air force.
Once you finish Part 1, a registration ID will be generated. Download the slip and save it for future references.
Under the Part II of UPSC NDA 2019 registration, following steps shall be completed.
The admit cards are expected to be available from the 4th week of March 2019 for NDA 01 2019.
In case of NDA 02, the admit cards will be available from the 2nd week of October 2019.
Candidates must carry a valid photo ID along with the NDA admit cards to the examination hall.
A successful selection to the National Defense Academy takes place post following stages:
NDA 2019 exam pattern can be described as an OFFLINE OMR sheet based examination consisting of Objective type questions.
There will be negative marking of 0.33 marks for each incorrect answer.
The exam will consist of two parts –
The duration of the mathematics paper is 2 ½ hours.
The Mathematics paper will carry a total of 300 marks, with question booklets in both ENGLISH and HINDI language.
The General Ability Test will be 600 marks question paper comprising of following 2 sections:
The duration of General ability test will be another 2.5 hours.
|General ability||English||02||2.5 hours||200|
After clearing the written test, the candidates need to appear for the SSB interview.This round consists of scientifically designed tests to assess the personality of the candidate. They are a major deciding factor for recruitment of Officers to the Indian Armed Forces.
The SSB interviews for NDA 2018 shall be conducted in 2 stages. Candidates need to clear stage 1 to proceed to stage 2. The various tests/tasks in each stage are as follows:
SSB Interviews will hold 900 marks.
The answer key will be available on the official website as PDF file.
NDA 2019 answer key will be published within a week after the examination.
The answer key will not be published officially. It will be released by various coaching institutions. Through answer key, candidates will be able to calculate their rough marks.
NDA result 2019 (I) are expected to be published around the 4th week of May 2019 while NDA result 2019 (II) are expected to be published around the 4th week of November 2019.
The qualified candidates must register themselves further for the SSB interview process.
|Application of link||Link|
|Official Website of the Conducting Body||http://www.upsc.gov.in/|
|Official website of the Exam Portal||https://upsconline.nic.in/|
|NDA 2019 Application Portal||(To be updated)|
|NDA 2019 Official Brochure||(To be updated)|
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Introduction Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore is an esteemed and deemed public institution located in the IT hub Bengaluru, Karnataka. Established in the year 1909 with help from J.R.D Tata and Maharaja of Mysore, IISc Bangalore is one of the oldest institutions in the nation. The institute currently offers research and higher education programmes in the […] The post Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru (IISc Bengaluru) appeared first on...
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore is an esteemed and deemed public institution located in the IT hub Bengaluru, Karnataka. Established in the year 1909 with help from J.R.D Tata and Maharaja of Mysore, IISc Bangalore is one of the oldest institutions in the nation. The institute currently offers research and higher education programmes in the field of science, engineering, design, and management. Due to its indispensable contribution to nation building, the institution is listed as an Institute of National Importance. In 2018, the institute was also selected as Institution of Eminence by the Indian govt along with other 06 institutes.
IISc Bangalore campus is located in the north of Bangalore, about 4 kilometres from Bangalore City Railway Station and Kempegowda Bus Station, on the way to Yeshwantpur.
The Institute is about 35 kilometres from Kempegowda International Airport.
The exact address of IISc Bangalore is as follows:
IISc Bangalore is one of the finest and the oldest engineering institute of the nation.
Built in 1909, the institute has played pivotal role in building the Modern India of now while nurturing exceptional talent for the nation.
Due to its exemplary contributions, the institute has been conferred with the status of “Institutions of National Importance“.
Indian Institute of Science has been ranked the best University in the nation in NIRF 2018 rankings, defeating JNU, Delhi by a huge margin.
The college also stands at 1st position in the list of Overall best universities of the nation.
|NIRF (Overall & Among Universities)||01||2017|
Among the World rankings, the institute has been placed in the 251 – 300 range by prestigious Times Higher Education World Rankings. It is among the top Indian institutions in these rankings.
According to the QS World Rankings, IISc Bengaluru stands at 190th spot in the World University Rankings making it the 3rd Indian institute behind IIT Delhi (172) and IIT Bombay (179).
|TIMES Higher Education World Rankings||251-300||2018|
|TIMES Higher Education (World Prestige Rankings)||91-100||2018|
|QS World Univerity Rankings||190||2018|
The institute offers a huge portfolio of courses in the field of Engineering, Design, Basic Sciences and Management.
Courses offered post 12th standard at Indian Institute of Science include the following:
Admissions to the eminent institute are based on respective entrance exams held in the country.
M.Tech admissions for the mentioned courses at IISc Bangalore are based on GATE score only.
M.Tech admissions for the mentioned courses at IISc Bangalore are based on performance in the aptitude test and interview which will be conducted after screening based on the GATE score.
M.Tech admissions for the mentioned courses at IISc Bangalore are based on performance in the interview which will be conducted after screening based on the GATE score.
M.Des admissions at IISc Bangalore are based on candidate’s performance GATE or CEED, followed by a Design aptitude test and an Interview.
M.Mgt admissions at IISc Bangalore are based on performance in the group discussion and interview which will be conducted after screening based on GATE/CAT/GMAT scores.
For pursuing doctorate courses at IISc Bangalore, candidates must possess an M.E/M.Tech/M.Sc(Engg)/M.S/MBA(post BE/B Tech/Master’s degrees).
These candidates will be shortlisted for an interview based on their academic performance (including their past performance in national tests, in which they have qualified prior to their Master’s degree, and/or the number of Publications they have).
Selection will be based on performance in the interview.
The fee structure for 2018-19 session for various programs has been tabulated below.
|Tuition Fee (Annual)||10,000|
|Other Academic Fee||3,700|
|Student Emergency Fund||300|
|Tuition Fee (Annual)||9,000|
|Other Academic Fee||3,700|
|Student Emergency Fund||300|
For Sponsored M.Tech course, the Tuition fee shall be ₹14,000 instead of ₹9,000.
|Tuition Fee (Annual)||15,000|
|Other Academic Fee||3,700|
|Student Emergency Fund||300|
|Tuition Fee (Annual)||1,00,000|
|Other Academic Fee||50,000|
|Student Emergency Fund||300|
In case of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students, a complete waiver in Tuition fee is observed.
Rest of the charges shall remain the same.
Hostel Rent (per month) – Single Seater
Hostel Rent (per month) – Double Seater
|Ph.D (both regular & integrated)||650||325|
Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru is one of the India’s oldest Institute being established in 1909. The institute was
conceptualised by J.R.D Tata with monetary help from Maharaja of Mysore. Apart from monetary help, Maharaja also contributed a land of 400 acres for the institute.
Currently, the institute is situated on this 400-acres of donated land in the heart of city of Bengaluru. IISc Bangalore campus houses:
Beside all other necessary amenities, the campus also encompasses residences of the faculty members and other staffs.
The Institute’s main library encloses nearly five lakh books, technical reports, standards and periodicals, receiving over 1500 current periodicals and takes account of all the latest technical reports, patents and standards. In addition to this, there are over six thousand journals available online along with a large number of e-books. Plus, a separate library is maintained by most of the departments for the use of their students and faculties.
Being a premier institute of such stature, IISc Bengaluru boasts of one of the finest placement stats in the country. A huge number of companies visit the institute every year. Some of the big recruiters that have visited the campus over the years include:
The distribution of CTC for Master students for the year 2016 – 17 is tabulated as follows:
Annual Salary package (CTC)
Percentage of students
|Less than 9 lakhs||20%|
|9 – 12 lakhs||13%|
|12 – 15 Lakhs||13%|
|15 – 18 Lakhs||21%|
|18 – 25 Lakhs||24%|
|Above 25 Lakhs||9%|
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The Schedule for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 has been released. Introduction Union Public Commission Civil Services Exam or UPSC (CSE) 2019 is a national-level exam to recruit personnel in the public sectors in the departments of Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Foreign Services (IFS), Indian Police Services (IPS), Indian Reserve Services, and so on. […] The post UPSC Civil Services Exam – 2019 appeared first on...
The Schedule for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 has been released.
Union Public Commission Civil Services Exam or UPSC (CSE) 2019 is a national-level exam to recruit personnel in the public sectors in the departments of Indian Administrative Services (IAS), Indian Foreign Services (IFS), Indian Police Services (IPS), Indian Reserve Services, and so on. It is a three-phase recruitment drive, including an Objective-type exam, a Subjective-type exam and an Interview or Personality test. Union Public Service Commission conducts the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019. The official notification will be published on the 19th February 2019.
|Starting of the application process||19th February 2019|
|Closing of application process||18th March 2019|
|Release of admit card (Prelims)||2nd week of May 2019|
|UPSC Civil services exam 2019 Date (Prelims)||2nd June 2019|
|Result (prelims)||1st week of August 2019|
|Mains Exam notification||2nd week of August 2019|
|Release of admit card (Mains)||1st week of September 2019|
|UPSC Civil services exam 2019 Date (Mains)||20th September 2019|
|Result (Mains)||1st week of December 2019|
|Personality test Notification||1st week of January 2020|
|Admit Cards for Personality Test||2nd week of January 2020|
|Personal Interview and Personality Test||1st week of February 2020|
|Final Results||May 2020|
The following are the list of services which one gets on qualifying the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019:
Civil Services exam 2019 exam (Prelims) will be held on 2nd June 2019.
Civil Services exam 2019 (Mains) shall be held on 20th September 2019.
The Civil Services exam 2019 (PT/PI) will be held in the 1st week of February 2020.
UPSC Civil services exam 2019 (Prelims) is objective type (pen-paper) based. Candidates have to fill the OMR sheets.
Main paper shall be a Subjective type paper.
UPSC Civil services exam 2019 (Prelims) has English or Hindi as the medium of answering.
The UPSC CSE 2019 (Main) can be answered in any of the 23 recognized languages listed in the constitution of India.
The candidates from any of the following nationalities are eligible:
A graduation degree from any recognised College/University,
a degree through distance education or from any of the open universities.
Applicants who have passed the final exams of ICAI, ICWAI, ICSI, or MBBS but have not completed the internship are also eligible.
Applying candidates must be least 21 years old on or before 31st August 2019 but shall not exceed the upper age limit of 32 years on the same date.
Age relaxation as per category is tabulated below:
Age Relaxation in Years
|Disabled Defense service personals during hostilities||03 Years|
|SC/ST | J & K residents (in between 1st Jan 1980 – 31st December 1989)||05 Years|
|Ex-Serviceman | ECO/SSCOs (who have served in the Military for about 5 Years with an extended-release period as of 1st August 2018)||05 Years|
|Blind | Hearing Impairment | Orthopedically Disabled||10 Years|
Maximum attempts allowed are as follows:
Maximum No of Attempts Allowed
|OBC-NCL | PH||09|
Note: If a candidates appears for any of the papers in Prelims, it shall be counted as an attempt. If a candidate applies but fails to appear for the exam, her attempt is not counted.
Candidates currently serving as an IAS/IFS officer to Govt. of India are not eligible to appear for the UPSC Civil Services exam 2018.
UPSC IAS/IFS 2019 application portal is currently closed.
The application forms will be available to be filled via online medium only.
Application portal for UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 will begin functioning from 19th February 2019.
The last date to apply for the exam shall be 18th March 2019.
Application fee for General and OBC candidates is INR 100.
SC/SCT/PH and Female candidates are exempted from the same.
Fees can be paid via following modes:
Every UPSC application form involves following two parts:
Admit card for UPSC Civil services exam 2019 (Prelims) will released during the 2nd week of May 2019.
However, for the Main examination, hall tickets shall be available from the 1st week of September 2019.
The personal interview admits will be available during the 2nd week of January 2020.
Admit cards will be published on the official website only. Candidates must bring a printout of the admit card along with a valid identity proof such as Aadhaar Card, driving license, pan card etc. to the examination centre.
UPSC Civil services exam 2019 shall involve 3-phases as a part of the selection process.
The prelims exam will be a objective-type test. It will be a pen-paper based offline test comprising of 2 papers.
Both the papers will be of 2 hours each. Blind Candidates are given extra 20 minutes, for each paper.
A total of 400 marks are at stake in prelims examination.
The details of both papers are tabulated below:
|General Studies Paper – I||200||2 Hours|
|General Studies Paper – II (CSAT)||200||2 Hours|
A minimum of 33% marks are required in General Studies Paper – II (CSAT), to qualify for the mains.
There is a negative marking of 1/3rd marks for an incorrect response.
The UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 (Main) consists of nine papers out of which two are qualifying in nature and rest are counted for ranking.
All of these shall be subjective type papers with a duration of 3 hours each.
Detailed Marking Scheme of all the papers is tabulated below:
|Paper A||Indian Language (Qualifier)||300|
|Paper B||English (Qualifier)||300|
|Paper I||Essay Writing||250|
|Paper II||General Studies I (Indian Heritage and Culture, History, and Geography of the World and Society)||250|
|Paper III||General Studies 2 (Governance, Constitution, Polity, Social Justice and International relations)||250|
|Paper IV||General Studies 3 (Technology, Economic Development, Bio-diversity, Environment, Security and Disaster Management)||250|
|Paper V||General Studies 4 (Ethics, Integrity, and Aptitude)||250|
|Paper VI||Optional Paper I||250|
|Paper VII||Optional Paper 2||250|
Total Marks (I – VII)
Candidate must obtain 25% marks (75 marks) in Paper A and B for qualifying.
This is the final stage of the requirement process. This round will be an interview taken by UPSC Board members with a total of 275 marks at stake.
This round tests the overall personality of the candidate and he/she is asked questions on current affairs, hobbies, interests, situation analysis etc.
The total marks scored in Mains and Personality Test are used in calculating the final rank of a candidate.
The final results for UPSC Civil Services exam 2019 will be declared during May 2020. Results will be published online on the official website.
The Prelims results will be published on 2nd week June 2018.
The UPSC Civil Services Exam 2019 (Main) results will be available in January or February 2020.
The final consolidated results and merit list will be available in June or July 2020.
Application of The Link
|UPSC Official Website||www.upsc.gov.in|
|UPSC CSE Official Notification||(To be updated)|
|UPSC CSE Official Login Portal||(To be updated)|
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AFCAT 2019 (Air Force Common Admission Test) is a national-level defense recruitment examination conducted by the Indian Air Force (IAF) to admit candidates as Commissioned Officers in Flying, Technical and Non-technical branches of IAF. AFCAT examination is held twice a year—AFCAT I (in the month of February) and AFCAT II (in the month of September), and the applications are made available by the month of December and June, respectively. Academic qualification as well as physical and mental fitness play a great role in the eligibility for selection. The official notification corresponding to AFCAT 01 2019 has been published on the official website on 1st December 2018.
Go on link for apply on line :https://afcat.cdac.in/afcatreg/
The tentative important dates for AFCAT 2019 examination has been tabulated below.
|Release of Official Notification||1st December 2018||3rd week of June 2019|
|Start of Online Application||1st December 2018||3rd week of June 2019|
|End of Online Application||30th December 2018||3rd week of July 2019|
|AFCAT 2019 Admit Card||1st February 2019||1st week of August 2019|
|AFCAT 2019 Exam Date||16th & 17th February 2019
||3rd week of August 2019|
|AFCAT Result 2019||March 2019||October 2019|
The dates of examination for AFCAT 01 2019 are 16th and 17th February 2019 while the month of September, 2019 shall host AFCAT 02 2019 exam date.
Beginning from 2018, the AFCAT exam has been an Computer-based test (CBT). Hence, AFCAT 2019 examination shall also be an online exam or CBT.
AFCAT 2019 examination will be conducted in English language only.
Only Indian citizens can apply for the examination.
Applicants must secure minimum 60% marks in Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University. Further, he/she must have secured minimum 60% marks each in Physics and Mathematics in 12th standard or equivalent examination.
Must have secured 60% marks in their B.E/B.Tech Degree from a recognised University.
For Flying branch through AFCAT and NCC special entry: 20 to 24 years as on 01 Jan 2020 i.e. born between 02 January 1996 to 01 January 2000 (both dates inclusive). Upper age limit for candidates holding valid and current Commercial Pilot
License issued by DGCA (India) is relaxable upto 26 years i.e. born between02 January 1994 to 01 January 2000 (both dates inclusive).
Under Ground Duty (Technical) there are two further branches.
Applicants must possess a minimum of 60% marks in both Mathematics and Physics in 12th or equivalent exams. Also, the candidate must have passed a minimum 4-year degree (Graduation/PG/Integrated) in Engineering/Technology from a recognized university.
Same as Aeronautical Engineer (Electronics) except for the disciplines accepted (Check the notification for accepted disciplines).
Ground Duty (Technical & Non-Technical) Branch: 20 to 26 years as on 01 Jan 2020 i.e. born between 02 January 1994 to 01 January 2000 (both dates inclusive) Ground Duty (Non-Technical) – Both SSC & PC
Applicants must secure 60% marks in Graduation in any discipline from a recognised University.
Secured 60% marks in Section A and B Examination of Associate Membership Institution of Engineers or Aeronautical Society of India from a recognised University.
Age should be between 20 and 26 years as on 1st January 2020.
Final Year candidates can apply for the examination provided the applicant should not have any present backlog and must have secured minimum 60% marks up to the last semester/year for which results have been declared.
Also, candidate must be able to present the proof of passing the degree by Nov 2019.
Candidates can fill the AFCAT application form 2019 via online mode only. The portal is currently closed.
Applications for AFCAT 01 2019 are expected to be out in December 2018.
The non-refundable application fee of Rs. 250 for AFCAT 2019 can be submitted via online mode (Debit card/Credit card/Net Banking) only.
The admit cards will be made available on the official website through online mode only.
AFCAT 2018 (1) hall tickets shall be available from the 2nd week of February 2019.
Similarly, admit cards for AFCAT 02 2019 shall be available from 1st week of August 2019.
AFCAT 2019 (both 1 & 2) Examination involve two stages in selection—Written Examination and SSB Interview.
In Addition to the above two tests, Candidates will have to go through:
Exam Duration: The total duration of the examination is 2 hours or 120 minutes.
Type of Questions: There will be Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
Total Marks: The total marks of the examination will be 300.
Total Number of Questions: There will be 100 questions.
Marking Scheme: 3 marks will be allotted for each correct answer. 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
Post the AFCAT written test, candidates aspiring for Ground Duty (Technical) have to go through another 45 minutes of examination.
This 45-min long exam called Engineering Knowledge Test (EKT) is meant for judging applicant’s knowledge in the field of engineering and technology.
|Subject||No of Questions||Marks||Duration|
|EKT (for technical ground duty)||50||150||45 mins|
Questions for the EKT examination shall be drawn from following subjects:
Marking Scheme: 3 marks will be allotted for each correct answer. 1 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.
On clearing the written examination, the candidates will receive a call letter for the stage – SSB (Staff Selection Board) Interviews.
The SSB interviews further involve the following 2 Stages:
Stage-I involves the following 2 tests:
Qualifying candidates will move to the Stage-II of the SSB Interview.
Stage-II involves the following 3 tests:
AFCAT Syllabus includes questions from following subjects:
For further details, read our article on AFCAT Exam Syllabus
The results of the examination shall be published on the official website only.
Results for AFCAT 2019 (I) shall be available from the April 2019 on the official website. Final results will be available in June 2019.
However, for AFCAT 02 2019, results shall only be available from the 2nd week of October 2019.
Candidates will be able to download it by entering their name and roll number.
|Application of Links||Links|
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