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UPSC 2020: Union Public Service Commission is the government body for recruitment exams at a national level. Get all latest UPSC notification 2020 published at here at Major exams of UPSC are IAS (civil services), NDA, CDS, IES / ESE, Geoscientist/Geologist, CISF AC LDCE, IES / ISS, CAPF, SO/Steno. For exams and vacancies advertised, apply online at Also get UPSC 2020 calendar, syllabus, online form, result of upcoming, ongoing, past exams here.

UPSC 2020

The Union Public Service Commission was established on October 01, 1926. After that, it reconstituted as Federal Public Service Commission by the Govt. of India Act 1935. It is headquartered in New Delhi. Since 2018, Arvind Saxena is the chairman of the UPSC.

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Important UPSC Exams

UPSC Examination NameDetails
Civil Services (CS) ExamClick Here
Central Armed Police Forces Examination (CAPF)Click Here
Combined Defense Services (CDS)Click Here
Combined Geoscientist & Geologists ExamClick Here
Combined Medical Services (CMS)Click Here
Indian Engineering Service (IES) / Engineering Services Examination (ESE) ExamClick Here
Indian Economic Service (IES) / Indian Statistical Service (ISS) ExamClick Here
Indian Forest Service (IFS)Click Here
National Defence Academy (NDA), Naval Academy (NA) ExamClick Here
SO/Steno RecruitmentClick here

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What are UPSC 2020 Notifications, Calendar, Admit Card, Question Paper, Answer Key, Result

UPSC Notifications – UPSC releases notifications at the official websites of the Commission. They consist of detailed information related to recruitment like, important dates, how to apply, eligibility, exam pattern, selection process, result, etc.

UPSC Exam Schedule – The exam schedule for the various posts for which the recruitment process is carried out by the UPSC is also released at the official website.

UPSC Admit Card – UPSC releases the admit card to the students who submit ss the application form on time along with the application fee. The candidates must carry the admit card issued by the UPSC on the day of the exam. The admit card acts as an entry ticket to enter the exam hall. So, do not forget to carry it on the exam day.

UPSC Question Paper – The question paper is significant for the candidates who are preparing for the examination and planning to appear for the exam which is conducted by UPSC. With the question paper, students can know the type of questions which can be asked in the exam. Candidates can also get a fair idea of the level of the exam.

UPSC Answer Key – When the exam is completed, the UPSC releases the answer key for the students who have taken the exam. The answer key is an important document as students can get the estimate of the marks. Candidates can also know their chances of qualifying the exam. The UPSC Answer Key consists of correct answers to all the questions.

UPSC Result – After the completion of the exam, the Union Public Service Commission announces the result. The result for each phase which comes under the recruitment is declared separately. As per the performance of the candidates in the exam, the result is published. The result is announced for the recruitment exams held by UPSC and interviews depending upon the selection process of the recruitment.

Functions of UPSC

It is the sole responsibility of the Union Public Service Commission to conduct the exam for the appointment. Refer to the details given below to know the functions of the UPSC.

  • Conducts exams for appointment to the Services of the Union.
  • Direct recruitment by the Interviews.
  • Officers appointment on  promotion / deputation / absorption.
  • Framing and amending the recruitment rules for services and govt. posts.
  • Advising on any matter referred by the President of India.

UPSC Selection Criteria

Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and State Public Service Commissions are two legislative bodies constituted in accordance with Article 315 of the Indian Constitution. UPSC has informed the following four categories of selecting candidates for government jobs:

  1. Competitive Examination
  2. Direct Recruitment by Selection
  3. Promotion and Deputation
  4. Induction into All India Services (IAS, IPS and IFoS)

UPSC’s selection of candidates is made in accordance to relevant government rules and instructions. As in most cases, there are very massive numbers of candidates against limited vacancies, and some of the candidates who are not appointed go to the court for their complaints to be remedied. With regard to the Commissions of State Public Service, the Central Government does not maintain any centralized records.

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UPSC Contact Details

Union  Public Service Commission
Dholpur House,
Shahjahan Road, New Delhi – 110069
Facilitation Counter : 011-23098543 / 23385271 / 23381125 / 23098591
Email : feedback-upsc[at]gov[dot]in

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